McLaren’s 765LT, the more dynamically focused sibling to the 720S, will reach buyers in October.
A third of an inch isn’t much. But it’s enough for McLaren to use the Longtail branding the company reserves for the most tuned members of the clan. At the rear, the 765LT, which was to make its debut at the now canceled Geneva auto show, is just 0.4 inch longer than the 720S on which it is based. Don’t worry: there are other changes that are considerably more compelling.
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