The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas does not limit itself to just gadgets and other electronic goodies but also very much welcomes innovative car models. The McLaren 675LT JVCKENWOOD Concept is one of those cars. With this hypermodern tarmac killer McLaren celebrates their 25 years collaboration with JVCKENWOOD, the well known electronics concern. This special edition is based on the McLaren 675LT LongTail of which only 500 were produced (and sold). The big differences with the new one: no mirrors, not your average steering wheel and an otherworldly dashboard.

The mirrors have been replaced by cameras, a big plus when it comes to aerodynamics according to the English car manufacturer. The dashboard is a head-up-display. It projects all essential information on the front window, so awesome. Last but not least, the steering wheel has been replaced by the McLaren P1 GTR racing wheel. The buttons on the wheel allow easy configuration of the display.

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