The McLaren 620R was unveiled back in December 2019 as a road-going version of the 570S GT4 race car, offering 610 HP and a 0-60 MPH time of just 2.8 seconds. Now, NOVITEC has tuned the 620R to offer even more power and speed, as its 3.8-liter twin-turbo eight-cylinder engine now delivers 711 HP and 710 Nm of torque.
Despite the power upgrades, NOVITEC’s version will do the 0-60 MPH sprint in the same time as the standard model, but it will continue to hit a top speed of around 204 MPH. The added power is achieved thanks to a NOVITEC RACE high-performance exhaust system made from INCONEL, which is the same lightweight material used in Formula 1 cars. Furthermore, the tailpipes have been slanted to give the rear a more aggressive aesthetic.
Weight reduction has been at the forefront of NOVITEC’s development process for the McLaren 620R, and so it has also equipped the hypercar with Vossen-produced rims measuring 20” and 21” front and rear, respectively. New sport springs lower the car by 25mm, while two new naked-carbon hood scoops, carbon rocker panels, the lateral shrouds for the rear fascia and the covers for the two side mirrors (available in either a composite material or forged carbon) are also produced as additional extras.
Altogether, the NOVITEC McLaren 620R weighs under 1,400kg, which is a sure-fire recipe for an incredibly fast and powerful race car for the road.
The standard McLaren 620R costs $299,000 USD — no word has been said yet on just how much the NOVITEC upgrades will cost. However, you can find out more on the NOVITEC website.
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