British marque McLaren has disclosed additional details about the track-only 12C GT Sprint which made its first public appearance earlier this year during the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The car has received a beefier front bumper and a GT3-inspired bonnet while stock wheels have been replaced by 19-inch rims wrapped around in Pirelli competition rubbers. Compared to the standard model, the Sprint variant is 40mm lower and benefits from a high performance braking system featuring race-spec discs. There’s also an on-board air jacking system, an optimized oiling system and a central cooling radiator.
Power comes from a retuned version of the V8 3.8-liter twin-turbo which churns 624 HP sent to the wheels through a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox. Inside the cabin it has a digital dashboard, a fire suppression system and an air conditioning system. The stripped-out cabin has also received a FIA-spec roll cage and a composite racing seat featuring six-point harness.
It’s already available on order and can be had at a starting price of 195,000 pounds.