The quickest, most effective and most track-focused– yet roadway legal– Sports Series McLaren makes its vibrant world launching at the 2018 Goodwood Celebration of Speed. The arrival of the new McLaren 600LT, which is constructed to stand out on roadways and race circuits alike, marks both the start of the next chapter in the McLaren ‘Longtail’ (LT) story and the setting of a new criteria for super-sportscar efficiency.
2019 McLaren 600LT Engine
The new McLaren 600LT epitomises the McLaren approach of producing light-weight super-sportscars that provide severe efficiency and are incredibly rewarding to drive. With the engine management system of the 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 recalibrated and less back pressure from a top-exit exhaust system that is even much shorter and more severe than that of the McLaren Senna permitting the engine to breathe more easily due to the fact that of, the 600LT can get in touch with peak power of 600PS (592bhp) at 7,500 rpm and an optimum torque output of 620Nm (457lb feet) at 5,500-6,500 rpm. These outputs provide amazing levels of efficiency: 0-100km/ h (62mph) takes simply 2.9 seconds, matching the velocity of the revered McLaren 675LT Super Series model. 0-200km/ h (124mph) is attained in an impressive 8.2 seconds and the McLaren 600LT can continue collecting speed to a leading speed of 328km/h (204mph).
2019 McLaren 600LT Design
Substantial usage of carbon fiber– consisting of for the monocoque chassis that is some 25 percent stiffer than an equivalent aluminium chassis and for the new aerodynamic features- together with light-weight products throughout the track-focused cockpit, assists the McLaren 600LT to attain a lightest dry weight of 1,247 kg and comparable power-to-weight ratio of 481PS/tonne. With the optional Super-Lightweight Carbon Fibre Racing Seats established for the McLaren Senna fitted, the McLaren 600LT weighs 100kg less than a 570S Coupé– an exceptional decrease that provides concrete advantages in every element of the car’s efficiency.
2019 McLaren 600LT Interior
The cockpit of the McLaren 600LT exhibits both weight decrease and a driver-focused environment. Light-weight Alcantara ® trim product is utilized thoroughly throughout and the lack of carpet in the motorist and guest footwells and underneath the seats conserves 5.7 kg, while likewise exposing the carbon fiber appeal of the MonoCell II chassis building. The glovebox has actually been gotten rid of and the door pockets changed with light-weight internet; air-conditioning, satellite navigation and an audio system are all offered as no-cost alternatives, not being fitted as requirement. Carbon fiber Racing Seats, initially seen on the McLaren P1 ™ and consequently utilized in the McLaren 675LT, are standard-fit and conserve an impressive 21kg.
2019 McLaren 600LT Production
Production of the McLaren 600LT Coupé will start in October 2018 and last for around 12 months, with develop slots set up around existing Sports and Super Series models, along with the sell-out Senna, Senna GTR and BP23. Accessibility will be strictly restricted, the carbon fiber body panels that need professional tooling simply among the factors that the new ‘Longtail’ will be rarer than its Sports Series brethren. Readily available to buy now from McLaren sellers– based on schedule– the McLaren 600LT Coupé is priced from ₤ 185,500 with taxes (UK), that includes a Pure McLaren Road Owner Track Day at a race circuit, with specialist driving tuition.