What should I be paying?
At £185,500 the 600LT looks good value alongside the £207k Porsche 911 GT2 RS and £252k Ferrari 488 Pista. Options will pile cost on to that, of course, and you’ll need to watch the carbon front splitter around speedbumps – it now protrudes 27mm further than the 570S’s.
Running costs – as if you care – well, McLarens are pretty good on a long trot, so expect 27-28mpg on motorways, against a claimed new WLTP fuel cycle figure of 23.2mpg (it was 24.1mpg on NEDC, fact fans). Don’t kid yourself: you’ll be getting 16-18mpg if you ‘enjoy’ your 600LT.