McLaren 675LT

McLaren 675LT Rocks Unique Gulf-inspired Livery

McLaren 675LT Rocks Unique Gulf-inspired Livery
McLaren’s MSO division has unveiled a very cool 675LT road car that it built for one lucky buyer. This 675LT wears a livery that was inspired by the 1996 Gulf-Davidoff GTX McLaren F1 GTR Longtail. McLaren says that the awesome paint job took over 1,000 hours to complete by hand. This probably isn’t the Gulf livery you might typically think of – a completely powder blue car with orange stripes and trim.
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McLaren MSO Carbon Series LT is a Carbon Fiber Dream

McLaren MSO Carbon Series LT is a Carbon Fiber Dream
McLaren has announced one of its coolest creations to ever roll out of the McLaren Special Operations Center. The car is the MSO Carbon Series LT. The car is based on the already impressive 675LT Spider, but this version has 40% more of its body panels made from exposed carbon fiber.
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McLaren 675LT’s Engine Sounds Suspiciously Like “Casta Diva”

McLaren 675LT’s Engine Sounds Suspiciously Like “Casta Diva”
Most engines make a fairly predictable sound, because that sound is made up of hundreds of tiny bangs and the occasional whine and pop. If the car in question is the McLaren P1, it also manages to make a billion bizarre spaceship sounds, which left us hoping that the 675LT might have a distinctive sound as well. As it turns out, it seems that while the engine sounds like a nicely tuned turbocharged V8 at high revs, it sounds absolutely identical to “Casta Diva” from Bellini’s immortal opera Norma. 
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