RM 2,389,712

McLaren 600LT 2022 Price In Malaysia

McLaren 600LT Specs
SegmentSport Car
BodyTypeCoupe
Transmission-
Capacity3.8L
Horsepower600PS
Seats2

Pros

  • Legendary Control and Ride Quality. One created in conjunction with technical partner Pirelli. The track-focused P ZERO™ Trofeo R has never been available on the Sport Series before and delivers improved grip levels and significantly higher cornering speeds.

  • Stunning Dynamic Abilities. To create the lightest possible, the MSO Clubsport Pack from McLaren Special Operations features a carbon fibre roof, carbon fibre cantrails, carbon fibre front fender louvres and titanium wheel bolts and an ultra-lightweight wheel are the lightest ever fitted to a Sports Series forged in aluminium alloy and bespoke.

  • Great Performance. Race-inspired flat-plane crankshaft enables the V8 to be mounted as low as possible to improve agility and handling. The powertrain breathes more freely due to enlarged side air intakes and reduced back pressure from an exhaust system that is even shorter and more extreme.

Cons

  • Not meant for daily drives. The ride quality is undeniably stiff as the car built more for the track than the rigors of daily commuting.

  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Fuel Comusmption
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    McLaren 600LT – Overview

    The McLaren 600LT and the “LT” in its name refers to the “Longtail” designation initially bestowed upon a lengthened version of the F1 GTR race car. While the 600LT doesn’t exactly have the stretched rear bodywork of the GTR, it still manages to be 74 mm longer than the McLaren 570S.

    It lives and breathes the relentless spirit of its ‘Longtail’ predecessors united by the same singular focus to push performance and driving to the absolute edge. It was created in pursuit of performance-optimized aerodynamics and higher downforce with its elongated carbon fibre bodywork. The McLaren 600LT compete with its rivals Porsche 911 GT2 RS, Ferrari 488 Pista, Lamborghini Huracan and Mercedes AMG GTR Pro

  • Exterior

    McLaren 600LT – Exterior

    The McLaren 600LT comes with an ultra-lightweight alloy wheels wrapped in custom Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tyres with a 19-inch rims in front and 20-inch in the rear, with a softer than usual sidewall structure to maintain the contact patch on less-than-ideal tarmac, plus a stiffer belt construction to improve cornering grip. Design elements such as the new fixed rear spoiler, which, together with the extended front splitter, massive rear diffuser and flat floor (all made from carbon fibre), generates 100 kg of downforce at 250 km/h.

    Black side mouldings, rocker side-panel extensions and list of standard exterior amenities includes rear fog lights, LED taillights, rain-sensing windshield wipers and heated power-folding side mirrors give an appropriately intimidating vibe. The power-retractable hard top allows easily to lower the roof to enjoy the weather, and automatic LED headlights with an auto-levelling feature are on hand to illuminate the path when night falls. 


    Dimensions 
     Length  4,604 mm
     Width  2,045 mm
     Height  1,194 mm



     

  • Interior

    McLaren 600LT – Interior

    The McLaren 600LT carbon fibre racing seats from the P1 hypercar, along with a manually adjustable tilt-and-telescoping steering column. Keyless entry and ignition, as well as an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, heated front seats, a flat-bottomed steering wheel faces the driver, and the centre stack is topped by a pair of circular air vents.

    Soft-close doors allow you to raise the luxury quotient within the cabin. Weight saving in the Alcantara-trimmed interior, with no carpets (saves 5.7 kg), glovebox, door pockets (replaced with nets) and 150 litre of cargo space for storage. Amenities such as dual-zone air conditioning and a stereo are absent to reduce curb weight, but they can be added at no extra cost. 

  • Features

    McLaren 600LT - Features

    The McLaren 600LT comes with a slim selection of driver-assistance features such as a blind-spot warning system aren't offered but key safety features include standard backup camera with standard front and rear parking sensors.

    The brakes, which are carbon ceramic discs clamped by aluminium callipers with a new brake booster developed using learnings from the Senna, which is claimed to offer responsive and progressive pedal feel and a stopping distance from 200 km/h of just 117 m.

    The McLaren 600LT equipped with Bluetooth phone connectivity and a pair of LCD monitors. The options list includes a 12-speaker Bowers & Wilkins sound system.

  • Powertrain

    McLaren 600LT - Powertrain

    The McLaren 600LT features a revamped version of McLaren’s 3.8 litre twin turbocharged V8. Equipped with a retuned ECU and a distinctive top-exit exhaust system that reduces back pressure, it churns out 600 PS at 7,500 rpm and 620 Nm of torque from 5,500 to 6,500rpm, resulting in a power-to-weight ratio of 481 PS per tonne. It's paired with a seven-speed automatic dual clutch transmission.

    The McLaren 600LT uses of all that carbon, including in McLaren’s trademark MonoCell II monocoque chassis, contributes to a dry weight of just 1,247 kg in the lightest specifications. The rest of the car has been designed to reduce weight and improve its handling characteristics.

    Sitting on eight millimetres closer to the ground and riding on a 10 mm wider front track, the 600LT utilises forged aluminium double wishbones and uprights representing a 10.2 kg weight saving. The car’s independent, continuously variable adaptive dampers and anti-roll bars have also been reworked to suit. The engine generates a potent power and is transferred to the rear wheels.

  • Fuel Comusmption

    McLaren 600LT - Fuel Consumption

    The McLaren 600LT fuel consumption is rated at 6.3 KM/L on city drive and 9.3 KM/L on the highway. 

  • Driving Performance

    McLaren 600LT - Driving Performance

    The McLaren 600LT performance figures are suitably epic: 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds with a top speed at 328 km/h. 

  • Ride Comfort

    McLaren 600LT - Ride Comfort

    The McLaren 600LT ride quality is undeniably stiff. It is a car built more for the track than the rigors of daily commuting.

  • Conclusion

    McLaren 600LT - Conclusion 

    The McLaren 600LT is the most extreme expression and the purest distillation of the sheer driving pleasure embodied of a McLaren. Pushed to the edge, pushed as far as it will go in terms of performance and exhilaration. Each ‘Longtail’ is rare, and raw. 

    Characterised by its optimised aerodynamics, reduced weight, track-focused dynamics, increased power and enhanced driver engagement, a McLaren ‘Longtail’ is built to be driven. With pioneering design and ground-breaking engineering, boundaries are broken in the pursuit of the extreme, to deliver the ultimate thrill.

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  • What is the Launched Year of McLaren 600LT?

    Here are the Launched Year and variants of McLaren 600LT:

    Variants2019 McLaren 600LT Spider2019 McLaren 600LT
    Launched Year20192019
  • Tell me the Price of McLaren 600LT.

    The Price of the McLaren 600LT are as follow:

    Variants2019 McLaren 600LT Spider2019 McLaren 600LT
    Retail PriceRM 2,389,712RM 2,389,712
  • Tell me the Powertrain of McLaren 600LT.

    The Powertrain of the McLaren 600LT are as follow:

    Variants2019 McLaren 600LT Spider2019 McLaren 600LT
    Capacity (L)0.0L0.0L
    Aspiration FormTwin TurboTwin Turbo
    Cylinder Arrangement
    Number of Cylinders
    Compression Ratio
    Valvetrain
    Timing Type
    Horsepower (PS)11
    Rpm at Max Hp
    Torque(Nm)
    Rpm at Max torque
    Top Speed (km/h)
    Fuel

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