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The 25-unit run will bring the total production slate for the 675LT to 525 units.

How to reduce weight, improve performance, and act devilish with 666 horsepower.

Top Gear finds out how three very different performance cars finish in a drag race by challenging a VW Golf R, Porsche 911 Carrera GTS, and McLaren 675LT.Top Gear finds out how three very different performance cars finish in a drag race by challenging a VW Golf R, Porsche 911 Carrera GTS, and McLaren 675LT.

Comfortably brilliant.

The McLaren 675LT exhibits the widest gap between ultimate comfort and ultimate performance of any car we've ever driven.

Watch an early pair of yellow McLaren 675LT Spiders head onto the street. Even at low speeds, the rare convertibles sound great.

The next mid-range McLaren will get inspiration from the P1 hypercar, with a twin-turbo, 3.8-liter V8 and a set of electric motors and batteries.

The 675LT gets even more CF accents.

McLaren Special Operations will make a big showing in Geneva with one-off versions of the new 675LT Spider and P1 hypercar.

McLaren teamed up with longtime partner JVCKenwood to cook up this high-tech 675LT show car for CES this year, with a head-up display and cameras replacing the mirrors inside and out.

It took just over two weeks for McLaren to sell all 500 examples of the 675LT Spider it will ever build. But the company is leaving the door open to another extreme Super Series model to follow.

Evo's 2015 Car of the Year test unleashes 11 of the world's greatest performance cars on the picturesque roads of Scotland to find the absolute best.

McLaren unveils the 675LT Spider, the open-roofed version of the longtail coupe introduced at Geneva this year.

Backed by popular demand, McLaren is considering building a convertible version of the 675LT after all, with lower weight, more power, and a higher price than the 650S Spider.

McLaren hands the keys to its monstrous new 675LT to Chris Harris and lets him go wild around the Silverstone circuit, home of the British Grand Prix, for this latest video.

McLaren is celebrating the start of production of the 675LT with this video of the new limited-edition, track-focused supercar doing what it was designed to do.

McLaren has already sold all 500 examples of the exclusive 675LT supercar it will ever make, just two months after its debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

McLaren confirmed it will build a limited number of the 675LT supercar that was revealed this week at the Geneva Motor Show.

McLaren unveils the 675LT, a track-focused yet road-legal evolution in its Super Series to be introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. It loses 220 pounds compared to the 650S, increases power to 666 horsepower from its 3.8-liter V8, and sprints from standstill to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds.

Can't wait for McLaren to reveal the new track-focused 675LT at the Geneva Motor Show? Here's our best look at it yet, courtesy of a leaked image circulating the Internet.

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