A lot of cyber currency stocks are about to be cashed in with the news of the latest McLaren convertible supercar. The McLaren 765LT Spider is the company’s most influential and aerodynamic convertible focusing on saving weight. This new McLaren flexes a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8, cranking out 754-hp and 590 lb.-ft of torque bolted to a transmission made from Formula 1-grade materials. According to McLaren, the 765LT Spider can sprint from zero to 60 mph in 2.7-seconds and reach 124 mph in 7.2-seconds while shooting flames out of its titanium exhaust.
A sports car with a curb weight of 3,060 lbs and over 750-hp to play with sounds is like a recipe for fast thrills and hot laps. In addition, the 765LT Spider is 176 pounds less than the McLaren 720S Spider. The car’s glass is thinner than standard, and its retractable hardtop is made out of carbon fiber to save weight. Its exterior carbon fiber aero package provides 25 percent more downforce than the 720S Spider with a lower front ride height. The McLaren 765LT Spider rides on bespoke ultra-lightweight forged alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R explicitly designed for this car.
These weight-saving measures continue inside the McLaren 765LT Spider’s “motorsport-inspired” interior that does not include a radio or air conditioning. However, if you cannot live without tunes or AC, you can have these options at no extra cost. What is included is a set of carbon fiber bucket seats upholstered in lightweight Alcantara leather with exposed carbon fiber trim. McLaren announced that only 765 units of the 765LT Spider (and Coupe) are scheduled for production. Of these cars, about one-third of them will be available for sale in the U.S.
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