600LT Aftermarket McLaren

McLaren 600LT by Novitec Includes Incredible Power

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Every automaker is guilty of sandbagging. It is the practice of limiting horsepower on their mid-level cars to protect the sales of their flagship models. It also allows for years of reliability since the drivetrain is not stressed to its full potential. Aside from their latest models that use a 4.0L V8, every other McLaren since the 12C has used a version of their twin-turbo 3.8L engine. Knowing there was room for improvement, the McLaren 600LT by NOVITEC includes incredible power.

Although they are a German company, the Novitec team has been unlocking more power for all brands of exotic cars since 1989. Their latest masterpiece took many late nights and extensive 3D modeling to create, and the wait was worth it. Starting with wheels, Vossen builds the MC3 series exclusively for them. They measure 20″ x 8.5″ front and 21″ x 11.5″ rear, and are available in 77 distinct colors. They look great thanks to a 1.1″ drop from Novitec springs.

Not only are the carbon fiber body upgrades appealing to the eye, but they are also functional. Feeding more air into the intake and brake coolers allows this 600LT to compete with cars twice its price. It has a soundtrack to match the looks thanks to an all-new exhaust. It is fabricated by hand and thermally insulated to prevent damage under the hood. You might be wondering why it is hotter, and that brings us to the most important part of this transformation.

Their Stage 2 package includes twin Novitec N-Tronic performance modules. At the touch of a button, your car will offer 688 horsepower and 525 lb-ft of torque. Not only will you reach 62 mph in 2.8 seconds, but you will also have a top speed of 207 mph. If you need something this appealing and powerful, you will first need a McLaren 600LT. Click the link below for great offers from our dealers and stay with us for all your NOVITEC news.

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