McLaren has launched two new videos on their YouTube channel, teasing us with their brand new 675LT supercar—which won't be officially debuted until March 3 at the 85th International Geneva Motor Show. As if the first 13-second clip wasn't bad enough (which shows a slow motion shot of the auto's back tires), the second video above is torture. This time, we get to actually hear what the powerful engine sounds like and though it barely lasts 10 seconds, it's more than enough to get us excited.
The 675LT is the first McLaren to hold the LT (Longtail) name in almost two decades and due to its aerodynamic design, it boasts 40 percent more downforce that the 650S. "A total power output of 666bhp (675PS), and torque figure of 516 lb-ft (700 Nm), plus a focus on weight saving will ensure an electrifying, engaging and visceral driving experience," assures the luxury auto brand. The numbers are achieved with the help of the car's revised 3.8-liter twin turbo V8 and a torque delivery of 443-pounds-per-foot, giving incredible acceleration from a stand-still in first gear.
McLaren's new supercar will only be available as a coupé and will be an alternative to the marquee's 650S Coupé and Spider.