McLaren announced the debut of the supercar 570LT on June 28

McLaren announced the debut of the supercar 570LT on June 28

June 13, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

Before the official presentation of the new supercar McLaren 570S, exactly 2 weeks remained (the debut will be held on June 28). However, now the manufacturer continues to warm up interest by releasing a new teaser.

The press service of the company McLaren on its official portal published a new photo of the supercar 570LT. The image shows an exhaust system with two wide sockets. In addition, the photograph shows the abundance of carbon fiber. At least the engine compartment cover and rear aerodynamic spoiler are made of carbon fiber.

In fact, the novelty is an extreme version of the supercar McLaren 570S, but technical data is not yet reported. According to some available rumors it turns out that the 570LT will receive an accelerated V8 engine with a working capacity of 3.8 liters and two turbines. The car’s power is probably raised to a level of 600 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque.

On the standard 570S, a similar motor develops up to 570 hp and 600 Nm. This allows it to accelerate to 100 km / h in just 3.4 seconds, with the maximum speed limited to a mark of 328 km / h.

Presumably the manufacturer will rework the platform, and also uses a large amount of carbon and composite material in the body elements. So, the weight of the sports car will be lower than the progenitor. It is already known that the 570LT will be equipped with new wheel disks with less weight, and the aerodynamics of the car will also change significantly. In total, engineers have processed more than 100 parts from the standard supercar.

Moreover, the suspension will also be retuned taking into account the increased power, and hence the steering and braking system will also be recycled. Whether there will be any changes in interior design is still unknown. Maybe.

The debut of the car will take place on June 28 as part of a special event. The car’s circulation will be only 500 units, and the cost will be (according to preliminary information) from 200 000 pounds sterling