McLaren 600LT Spider Price  

Any McLaren 600LT Spider for sale is far from a cheap car, and it certainly makes sense why. This vehicle is fast, flashy, and fashionable for fans of British sports cars.

A McLaren 600LT Spider can range pretty significantly in price. Currently, one can expect a McLaren 600LT Spider price to be around $256,500, which is the MSRP. The current as-tested price is around $310,390.

Because the McLaren 600LT Spider is a limited edition car (the brand itself has announced they will only build the open-top LT for a single model year), one can expect the price of this soon-to-be rare vehicle to grow in price.

McLaren 600LT Spider's predecessor, the McLaren 600LT, was released in June of 2018. Originally inspired by the 675LT and the F1 GTR Longtail, the body of this version of the 600LT has been notably altered to be longer. The current MSRP for the McLaren 600LT is around $240,000.

McLaren 600LT Spider Review

For our McLaren 600LT Spider review, we wanted to focus on the aspects of this vehicle that make it different from its predecessors. The biggest feature that sets it apart from other similar sports cars is speed-- the McLaren 600LT Spider is blindingly fast and can reach speeds of up to 62 miles per hour in just under three seconds and 124 miles per hour in just over eight seconds. At maximum, a McLaren 600LT Spider can achieve a top speed of 196 miles per hour with the roof retracted and 201 miles per hour with the roof intact.

Complete with a carbon fiber monocoque MonoCell II chassis, drivers can take advantage of the core strength this vehicle provides for an ultra-dynamic and performance-heavy driving experience.

The McLaren 600LT Spider is hailed by motorsports enthusiasts for handling accuracy as well as sharpness with relative ease. One may also notice significant noise reduction with this model-- the engine noise with the rear window is significantly lower than similar vehicles.

McLaren 600LT Spider Specs

  • Price: $260,000
  • Engine: 3.8L Twin-Turbo V8
  • Transmission: 7-speed Dual-Clutch
  • Horsepower: 592
  • Torque: 457 lb-ft
  • 0-60 mph: 5.0s
  • 1/4 mile: 10.5s
  • Top Speed: 201 mph
  • Weight: 3,179 lbs

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McLaren 600LT Spider Engine

The McLaren 600LT Spider engine is quite a powerful one. It shares the exact sample 3.8 liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine as the McLaren 600LT. The 600LT Spider acceleration starts at around 60 miles per hour in approximately 2.8 seconds. The maximum acceleration speed for a McLaren 600LT Spider is 201 miles per hour. The 600LT Spider horsepower sits at 592 hp @ 7500 rpm.

McLaren 600LT Spider exhaust flames are possible with a handful of tips. With Manual Gear Shift enabled while in Active Mode, we recommend pressing and holding the throttle to between 4,500 to 5,000 rpm for about half a second. Then, quick release while in the third or fourth gear while driving. One can also do this while neutral at a stand-still for the ultimate expression of power

McLaren 600LT Spider Transmission

The McLaren 600LT Spider's seven-speed dual-clutch transmission is bolted directly to the engine, which is common with most modern McLaren models. The transmission can also fire off electron-quick changes in gear without disrupting the balance of the car.

The 600LT Spider's unique and powerful SSG automatic transmission was designed by Graziano. While automatic transmissions are not very common in similar models, the dual-clutch design is not wholly dissimilar to a manual transmission. Gear-switching is notably smooth with the McLaren 600LT Spider.

McLaren 600LT Spider Interior

The McLaren 600LT Spider interior is quite similar in design to the McLaren 600LT and the regular 570S with some key differences. At a glance, it features carbon black and graphite interiors. The housing for the infotainment system protrudes downwards from the middle of the dashboard, where it hovers above the center console.

The center console itself is where one will find the starter button, roof controls (for the retractable roof model, obviously), and toggles for different drive modes. One will find a cupholder hidden away in that area as well, though it is difficult to get to. The cabin also features a number of storage compartments for smaller objects like phones and bags.

In order to lighten the car up, McLaren did away with the glovebox and door compartments. The internal design also does not feature air conditioning or a sound system, though both elements can be added for free by the manufacturer.

McLaren 600LT Spider Brakes

The McLaren 600LT Spider brakes feature a firm pedal, which has much to do with the vehicle's standard carbon-ceramic brake discs. One will notice the advanced lightweight braking and suspension is the same as what would be found in the 720S-- ultra-responsive and great at communicating the smallest ground changes.

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The McLaren 600LT Spider can take on quite a few repeated hard stops from extremely high speeds without the risk of a soft pedal. The steering for the McLaren 600LT Spider is also fantastically smooth and natural without a hint of artificial lightness. The Spider version of this McLaren series features rear-wheel drive and a middle engine.

McLaren 600LT Spider Standout Features

There are so many standout features to the addition to the McLaren sports family. The McLaren 600LT Spider's top speed is 196 mph with the top down and 201 mph with the top-up. Even with the top down, those are some seriously impressive top speeds.

The 600LT Spider has a dry weight of 2,859 lb. Only about 109 pounds separate the Spider from its Coupe counterpart, and the Spider is the heavier of the two. It has a curb weight of 3,179 pounds and a torque of 620 Nm (457 lb-ft) @ 5500 rpm. The torque weight for the McLaren 600LT Spider is 436 Nm (321 lb-ft). The MSO ClubSport package deletes the air-conditioning and radio, adds titanium lug nuts, and borrows the carbon fiber seats from their Ultimate Series.

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