Category Archives: McLaren 765LT

McLaren 765LT Design Concept Art

What went into the design of the McLaren 765LT?

Earlier this month, we shared the very first video in the McLaren Tech Club series. It was focused on the virtual windscreen of the McLaren Elva and gave a lot of insight into how exactly that technology works. The second video was focused on the rear wing of the McLaren Senna GTR, and we shared that in a blog that gave you the rundown on what exactly the McLaren Tech Club is. Now, the third episode has been released, focusing entirely on the design of the McLaren 765 LT – which we’ve covered plenty on our blog already. Enjoy, and keep your eyes peeled for episode four!

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McLaren 765LT Exterior Rear Aerial

McLaren 765LT Weight Reduction & Power-to-Weight Ratio

When it comes to supercars like the McLaren Longtail vehicles, weight reduction is an incredibly important aspect of the engineering process. Generally speaking, the lighter a vehicle is the faster it can go. This is precisely why a supercar’s power-to-weight ratio is such a crucial specification in vehicles like these. The McLaren team put an absolute focus on weight reduction when designing the McLaren 765LT, and the result is pretty incredible. Read the rest of this entry >>

McLaren 765LT Exterior Passenger Side Rear Angle on Track with Smoke

Watch the Reveal of the New McLaren 765LT Online

The story of the McLaren Longtail lineup continued last week with the unveiling of the new McLaren 765LT. This incredible machine is both more powerful and lightweight than its predecessor and is powered by a twin-turbocharged McLaren V8 engine capable of generating 755bhp alongside 590 pound-feet of torque and of getting from a stationary position up to 60 miles per hour in just 2.7 seconds. The company unveiled the new vehicle earlier this month with a live YouTube stream, of which you can watch the replay below. Enjoy, and we’ll be sure to fill in more details on this incredible machine in the days to come. Read the rest of this entry >>