McLaren 765LT Spider Build Slot Selling For Silly Money

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McLaren hasn't officially revealed the 765LT yet.

Last year, the McLaren 765LT was unleashed as a hardcore, more track-focused version of the 720S. With more power and less weight than the 720S, the 765LT can set some astonishing quarter mile times. It's only a matter of time before the 765LT goes topless for the inevitable Spider variant. After Lanzante accidentally revealed the car's existence last year, McLaren confirmed to CarBuzz that a 765LT Spider variant is in the pipeline.

It looks like the reveal will happen soon because you can already buy a McLaren 765LT Spider build slot in Germany before the car has been officially revealed.

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The German dealer is selling the topless 765LT for an eye-watering €500,000 ($590,440). Pricing for the fixed-roof 765LT starts at $368,000, but the Spider version will likely cost around $10,000 more, so the dealer will make a tidy profit. Production of the 765LT is limited to 765 units and every example has already sold, so we wouldn't be surprised if the Spider sells out fast. McLaren also suggested the 765LT will have a similar production cap as the coupe.

The 765LT Spider listed for sale is equipped with a range of MSO parts that will have hiked up the price, including a black ignition key, MSO black paint, and a satin sill finish. The car rides on gloss black wheels with orange brake calipers.

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Inside, the 765LT Spider listed for sale is fitted with an MSO carbon black Alcantara steering wheel, orange seat belts, an MSO Black Pack, and Bowers & Wilkins 12-speaker audio system.

Like its coupe sibling, the McLaren 765LT Spider will be powered by a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 generating 755 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque. Power will be sent to the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. In the coupe, 0-60 mph takes 2.7 seconds before the 765LT maxes out at 205 mph, but the heavier Spider variant could be slightly slower off the line. McLaren hasn't confirmed when the 765LT Spider will debut, but we shouldn't have to wait too much longer.

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