The McLaren 675LT Spider is a limited production model from the McLaren Super Series, with only 500 examples circulating worldwide – and you could be one of the lucky ones that gets to explore this thrilling machine on some of the greatest driving roads in Europe. A 3.8L twin turbo V8 moves the carbon fibre MonoCell chassis at incredible speeds – although the open-air driving experience has increased the weight by 40 kg compared to its couple sibling, it has 700 Nm of torque, and the 675LT Spider will accelerate 0-100 km/h as fast as the coupe – in 2.9 seconds. The top speeds is a staggering 326 km/h – this might very well be the fastest supercar you’ll ever get to experience…
The McLaren 675LT Spider has been developed with a focus on enhanced lightweight components and optimised aerodynamic performance, which is visible in the styling and lines. Finished in a attention grabbing green this car is guaranteed to turn heads in places such as Monte-Carlo, where the world’s most rare exotica can be spotted in everyday traffic jams. It certainly isn’t a choice of car for the modest individual. Developed for both track and road use this sensational car is an exceptional choice for our luxury driving tours, an once in a lifetime opportunity to drive something very special. The car is in its element on the mountain roads in South of France such as the Route de Thorenc, and our top priority has been to design driving routes that are enjoyable supercar territory – so all that is left for you to do is to enjoy the open-air driving experience, and create memories to cherish for a lifetime.
If you want to experience the McLaren 675LT Spider on one of our driving tours in Europe, the car is available in our supercar hire fleet on all of our driving tours from Monaco and the South of France, as well as our Supercar Week driving holiday. Should you be interested in driving the McLaren 675LT Spider in another destination in Europe such as the Alps, Tuscany, or Spain, please enquire with our team about delivery costs.
Read more about the car on McLaren’s official website