McLaren will build only 765 of them, and deliveries will begin in September.
The McLaren 765LT comes in as the new longtail product by the British brand. This one uses the already amazing 720S as a starting point. But the developers are revising the existing model to chop off weight and create a supercar that is even more nimble. Only 765 examples of these new longtail models will produce by McLaren. And delivery will begin in September.
The 765LT uses McLaren’s 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8. Which makes torque in this specification for 755 horsepower (563 kilowatts and 590 pound-feet (800 Newton-metres). So, the power runs through a dual-clutch seven-speed gearbox. With modifications that make movements quicker than a 720S at 15 percent.
In addition to the extra power over a 720S, the 765LT weighs less than the current coupe at 176 pounds (80 kilograms). The new longtail, in its lightest shape, has a dry weight of just 2,709 pounds (1,229 kilograms).
The savings come from products such as specialized carbon fiber materials, a titanium exhaust with four outlets coming from behind, and thinner steel. The new longtail runs with Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires on 10-speaker wheels.
The 765LT wears revamped carbon fiber body parts for better handling, including front splitter, bumper, side skirts, rear bumper, diffuser, and active wing, which combine to boost the usable downforce by 25 percent. The line at the front is 0.24 inches (6 mm) longer, and the engine lies 0.2 inches (5 mm) lower.
For the Proactive Chassis Control II suspension control system. So, the engineers add new springs. With additional support springs and installs modified algorithms. There is a speedier steering ratio as well.
Eventually, the time comes to slow down. So, the Senna 765LT has carbon-ceramic rotors and calipers. A consumer may, as an alternative, configure the Senna’s discs with a unique set of LT brake pads.