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In pictures: The brand new McLaren 765LT supercar

Carbon-fiber elements make the 765LT look like an extreme motorized insect, especially along the sharply raked front splitter, the carbon-fiber venting and fender louvers, and the "snorkel"-style scoop on the roof.

In pictures: The brand new McLaren 765LT supercar

The all-new McLaren 765LT. Image: McLaren Automotive

In pictures: The brand new McLaren 765LT supercar

McLaren V8 engine and 755 brake horsepower, the car gets to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds and 124 mph in 7.2 seconds. Image: McLaren Automotive

In pictures: The brand new McLaren 765LT supercar

Pricing for the 765LT has yet to be announced. Image: McLaren Automotive

In pictures: The brand new McLaren 765LT supercar

The bonnet, front fenders, doors and rear fenders – lightweight aluminium as standard – are optionally available in carbon fibre to further reduce weight. Image: McLaren Automotive

In pictures: The brand new McLaren 765LT supercar

Latest-generation carbon-ceramic discs, together with calipers from the McLaren Senna provide precise pedal feel and astonishing stopping power. Image: McLaren Automotive

In pictures: The brand new McLaren 765LT supercar

The Pirelli tyres developed for the 765LT play a significant role in both ultimate grip and steering feedback. Image: McLaren Automotive

In pictures: The brand new McLaren 765LT supercar

New LT aerodynamic package, all in carbon fibre: front splitter, front bumper, front floor, side skirts, rear bumper, rear diffuser and larger ‘Longtail’ active rear wing. Image: McLaren Automotive

In pictures: The brand new McLaren 765LT supercar

The new, high-set static position of the ‘Longtail’ active rear wing aids powertrain cooling by drawing hot air out of the engine bay as well as increasing downforce, while the airbrake functionality reduces dive sensitivity under heavy braking Image: McLaren Automotive

In pictures: The brand new McLaren 765LT supercar

The cockpit of the new 765LT is an enticing blend of generous interior space and excellent ergonomics, with racetrack efficiency and supercar luxury combining to create an overall ambience of cutting-edge technology and high-level craftsmanship in an environment defined by its driver focus. Image: McLaren Automotive

In pictures: The brand new McLaren 765LT supercar

The standard lightweight, carbon fibre-shelled racing seats are a combined 18kg lighter than the 720S sports seats. Image: McLaren Automotive