In a surprise move, McLaren has introduced the 675LT JVCKENWOOD concept at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

In a surprise move, McLaren has introduced the 675LT JVCKENWOOD concept at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Jointly-developed with the JVCKENWOOD Corporation, the concept is based on the 675LT Coupe and celebrates the 25th anniversary of the companies Formula 1 partnership.

Styling changes are relatively minor but the car's side mirrors has been replaced with "camera blades" that help to reduce drag and weight.  The model also has a third rear view camera that is located above the rear number plate.  The images from the cameras are combined and shown on a Digital Rear View Monitor that promises to provide better rearward visibility than traditional rear view mirrors.

The concept also has an Onyx Black exterior with silver racing stripes and gloss black lightweight alloy wheels.

Moving on to the interior, drivers will find a Carbon Black Nappa Leather dashboard, Geometric Black Technical Fabric, and contrasting Satellite Grey Technical Fabric that flows across the dashboard.  The model also has racing seats, Calypso Orange accents, and a steering wheel sourced from the P1 GTR. Last but not least, there's an advanced Head-Up Display that replaces the instrument cluster and puts vital information into the driver's field of view.

McLaren 675LT JVCKENWOOD Concept unveiled at CES