понедельник, 4 июня 2018 г.

McLaren 675LT Gets Paint Scheme From Its Dad

The McLaren 675LT was designed as a lighter, faster version of the 650S, and it gained a lengthened tail section, hence the LT designation. This longer design was partly inspired by the McLaren F1 GTR “longtail.” That race car also featured a longer body.

One 675LT customer decided bodywork wasn’t enough of a connection to the famous ‘90s racer, so he commissioned the race-inspired paint scheme you see in the pictures. The paint job is a rendition of the 1997 Le Mans GT1 class-winning F1 GTR, which sported a livery based on main sponsor Gulf Oil. It’s not a simple design, and it’s one that McLaren completely painted. McLaren says the whole car took 1,000 hours to finish, and 800 of them were spent on the paint.


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