2022 McLaren 765LT Spider Engine, Performance, Top Speed & 0-60 mph



2022 McLaren 765LT Spider is a track car that doesn’t make much sense outside Formula 1. McLaren’s exclusive, Longtail series have enhanced aerodynamics, more aggressive suspension settings, and more power than the vehicles on which they’re based. It’s truly a waste of a car’s ability if you don’t drive it around the track making laps after laps.

What’s New?

McLaren 765LT Spider
McLaren 765LT Spider

The carbon fiber bumpers, front splitter, and rear diffuser help airflow better around the 765, improving aerodynamics. The LT Spider is 176 pounds lighter than the 720S Spider and only about 108 pounds heavier than the standard 765LT. Under the hood lies a twin-turbocharged V8 that produces 755 hp and 800 Nm of torque, which is kept under control with specific springs and adaptive dampers. The acceleration time of 0-60 mph is 2.7 seconds, with a top speed of 207 mph. The launch of 765LT is pretty good, unlike the gut-wrenching 911 Turbo S. After a few rotations, the turbo boost hits and it explodes forward with the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

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  • McLaren 765LT Spider


The driving experience is responsive with stiffer suspension, dual-clutch gearbox, and single-piece carbon-fiber bucket seats. The signature dihedral doors are well-hidden under the LT’s wildly sculpted bodysides. The door blade is also equipped with an additional vertical fin that sends air towards the rear-mounted radiators, and a deployable spoiler that also acts as an airbrake. The interior is spartan, with no carpeting, air conditioning, or audio system all in the name of lightweight. Audio and Air Conditioning can be added for free, but the door bins are an $800 option. The racing seats have Alcantara upholstery, with Dove Grey stitching throughout the cabin.


  • McLaren 765LT Spider

For the tech, an 8.0-inch vertical infotainment screen for most of the car’s functions, with two dials next to it to handle the suspension and powertrain drive modes. Also, the most eye-catching part of the cabin happens when you toggle from Comfort or Sport to Track. The instrument panel folds flat to display only a bar-graph tachometer and three-digit speed readout, limiting information to just the essentials.

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McLaren 765LT Spider

Starting with $388,000 with destination, extra options are also available such as $67,090 for carbon fiber dress-up bits, and $18,030 for a set of track brakes. The cabin is minimalistic with an incredible amount of performance on tap.


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