Already one of the lightest supercars available, a new version of the McLaren 675LT now weights just 0.12kg.
The 1:43 scale model is one of many McLarens available in miniature, from the iconic F1 to the most recent 570GT – each highly detailed and capturing significant liveries.
The true scale models celebrate special editions and icons charting the brand’s history. One of the latest to join the collection is the 1:18 scale model of the McLaren 570S Coupé edition, handcrafted by Italian family run business Tecnomodel. Sitting on a carbon fibre effect cushion with a 570S badge modelled on the one fitted to the real car embedded into the plaque, the Vermillion Red model has two-tone red leather and dark grey alcantara seats and gloss black wheels with red calipers, detailing the McLaren name in black on each, as well as the speedmark at the centre of each wheel. The use of carbon fibre on the car is hand painted on the model including the sills that highlight the silver 570S badge on the drivers side.
The 1:43 Minichamps model of the 675LT is one of the most recent models to market. The Chicane Grey die cast model is described as ‘exacting in its details’. The 1:43 model of the 1993 McLaren F1 XP-5 in dark green - the car that still holds the world record for the fastest normally-aspirated car - replicates in minute detail everything from the seat belt to the steering wheel and its controls. Peering in, the three seat configuration, the 24 carat 'gold' casing the engine and the formed roof snorkel are all evident.
The MP4-12C GT3 in McLaren Orange, famed for its 23 victories, 39 podiums, 27 pole positions and three championship titles is joined by the McLaren P1 GTR in its Harrods inspired livery.
The model makers have worked closely with McLaren through the provision of CAD data to enable both model makers to exactly replicate the real cars, providing a miniature legacy to the brands racing and road car achievements.
The McLaren models are available here with prices starting at £55.00.