The track-focussed McLaren 12C GT Sprint will cost £195,000, it has been announced.
The 12C GT Sprint has been built by McLaren's race car arm McLaren GT, alongside McLaren Automotive, and while it retains many of the same systems as the standard 12C it has been repurposed as a track day car.
It features Brake Steer, McLaren's active Airbrake and a recalibrated Proactive Chassis Control (PCC) system is claimed to provide "a truly bespoke GT racing experience, which can be set to individual driver preference".
The 12C's 3.8-litre twin turbo engine has been tuned to develop 616bhp, and is mated to a seven-speed twin clutch gearbox. A bespoke oil and cooling system have been added, as well as a central front radiator derived from the 12C GT3.
The car sits 40mm lower than the standard 12C, with the PCC suspension being re-tuned to suit its decreased ride height. McLaren says that this tuning, in combination with Pirelli racing slick tyres, gives the 12C GT Sprint a much firmer and track-orientated handling setup.