The World's First McLaren 675LT Has Just Found Its Home

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Can you guess where it lives?

If you want to see the world’s first ever production McLaren 675LT you’ll need to get on over to Glasgow, Scotland. That’s where No. 1 currently resides, with its home (for now) being McLaren Glasgow. The dealership shared some photos of its newest toy online and they only confirmed what we already know: The 675LT is simply stunning. The beastly supercar with a big booty has a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8 good for a devilish 666 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. The 675LT’s 0 to 60 comes in at a mere 2.8 seconds and its top speed is 205 mph.

It’s initial price tag was $349,500 but you can be damn sure that the coveted model one featured here will go for more than that

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