McLaren 688 HS Is A McLaren Special Operations Version Of 675LT

Posted: Jun 2 2016, 5:50am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


McLaren 688 HS is a McLaren Special Operations Version of 675LT
Credit: AutoGesport
  • A Special Operations McLaren 675LT version is being built
  • But you might not be able to buy it!

A specially commissioned version of McLaren 675LT is being built that is reportedly called 688HS. However it is not expected to go for sale as this special model will not go into production.

New pictures of an exclusive McLaren sports car have been leaked. The Dutch website named AutoGesport shared this story which stated that a new model is going to be released these days.

The model is under construction in the McLaren workshop and it is expected that it will be finished in a few days. This model 688HS and will power a little less than that of 675LT. Only a limited amount of units of this car are being produced.

According to Autocar this car is built by McLaren after a special order was placed by a customer. This car will thus not go into production and a few number of units will be released. 

According to AutoGesport this car has a 679bhp which is lesser than 675LT. This car will also be lighter than 675.

When the details were asked from McLaren officials nothing was announced. However a spokesperson of McLaren claimed that McLaren Special Operations is currently working on a project on a special request by a customer. This is a bespoke project and will not go for series production. 

The 675LT which was introduced in the year 2015 is on top of the McLaren’s range of Super Series cars. This range also includes 650S and 650S Spider. An Asia only 625C will also be produced in this category. It has a 666bhp and a 3.8 liter V8 turbocharged engine. You can buy it in £259,500.

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