Presented supercar McLaren 765LT with front engineMay 3, 2020
The British McLaren 765LT is presented on the Internet, in which the engine is not in the rear, but in front. It is unlikely that the automaker’s leadership will decide to create a new model with a similar motor layout.
Last week, we introduced the rendering of the Lamborghini Aventador supercar with a front engine. This computer-generated visualization impressed people, and some were shocked by the very idea of such a version of the car from the Italian automaker. It is understandable, because Lamborghini, as you know, installs its powerful engines in the rear of the car – this trend has gone from the Miura model. Most likely, the idea of returning to the front-wheel drive engine layout of their models, the brand management did not even come to mind.
But again, this is the essence of such virtual versions of famous cars – they are created in order to show us which cars you and I will never see.
That’s exactly about such a render, which captured the British McLaren 765LT, will be discussed in our article today. The author of this renowned front-engine supercar is designer J.B.Cars. I must say that the resulting version of the car looks pretty interesting. However, now the back of the supercar looks a bit strange.
McLaren, as a stand-alone automaker, has never produced a front-engine car. And yes, at the moment we have not heard the plans of the official management of the brand to create a similar version of its supercars. But if the British would decide to take this step, their new product would have to compete with another British car – we are talking about the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that they had revealed details about the engines of the fastest McLaren in history. McLaren Corporation in detail told on Friday, May 1, about the features of the power unit of the Super Hybrid Speedtail.
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