Despite the closure of the Geneva motor show, the British brand plans to present its new product.
Against the backdrop of the latest events related to the coronavirus epidemic in China, which has left its mark on the automotive segment in a significant world, global companies are trying not to lose heart. So, after the official cancellation of the International Motor Show in Geneva, which was supposed to start the other day, the plans of automakers have changed dramatically.
However, McLaren does not seem to intend to give up. Thus, representatives of the brand announced that they plan to declassify the new supercar at a press conference at 8:30 GMT on March 3, 2020 at the McLaren Technology Center in Woking, Surrey, UK.
The event will be led by McLaren Automotive CEO Mike Flevitt and will be dedicated to additional product news and business updates, as well as the “global launch center for the sensational new Mclaren supercar.”
It is safe to assume that this will be an ideal opportunity to finally announce the McLaren 750LT, an extended version of the 720S that was seen at the Nurburgring, albeit in a disguised form. According to rumors, the 750LT will be equipped with a 4.0-liter Twin-Turbo V8 McLaren engine with a capacity of about 740 horsepower.