Romans are proud to offer this stunning 2015/65 McLaren 675LT for sale presented in 'Silica White' with Black Alcantara Red Embossed Leather. This example comes with a big specification and is supplied with McLaren Manufacturer's Warranty until December 2018.The McLaren 675LT is the lightest, most driver-focused, most exclusive series-production supercar the company has ever built. The 1997 McLaren F1 GTR 'Longtail' was the ultimate evolution of the Le Mans-winning F1 GTR. Almost two decades on, the limited-edition 675LT follows it's uncompromising ethos to create a visceral driving experience of unique intensity.Inspired by the McLaren F1 GTR 'Longtail', the 675LT features striking carbon fibre bodywork that increases downforce by an astonishing 40% over any other model in the Super Series. Performance is similarly astounding. The re-engineered M838TL V8 twin-turbocharged engine produces 666bhp (675PS hence the car's name) and 516lb ft which is an increase of 25bhp and 16lb ft over the 650S. McLaren say the seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox is now twice as fast. It briefly cuts the ignition between changes creating the fastest possible shift and an incredibly intense sound. The result is not only increased performance but a heightened sense of connection for the driver.The new lightweight titanium exhaust system instantly differentiates the 675LT, thanks to it's distinctive twin exhaust outlets and uniquely rich, aggressive sound, particularly under full acceleration. But the lightweight exhaust system also plays a crucial role in unlocking the 675LT's additional performance.The carbon fibre MonoCell provides the 675LT with an unrivalled combination of lightness, safety and stiffness, in common with all models in the McLaren Super Series. But an obsessive weight saving strategy unlocks a further 100kg reduction compared with the 650S. From the lightweight carbon fibre racing seats to a 1mm thinner windscreen, no opportunity to save weight has been overlooked.Ultra-lightweight forged alloys, carbon ceramic brakes and an uprated suspension system that embraces technology from the McLaren P1 also contribute to the radical specification.