The LT editions have been a "huge success," according to company CEO Mike Flewitt.
Taking inspiration from the iconic McLaren F1 GTR race car, the company revived the Longtail monicker for the 675LT -- the lightest and most powerful model in the Super Series lineup at the time.
The 675LT coupe sold out in just two months, while the Spider variant's 500-unit production run was entirely called for in just two weeks.
"The 675LT was a huge success," McLaren CEO Mike Flewitt told Car and Driver. "We'll certainly repeat Long Tail, and now that the LT brand is established, if we announce an LT derivative of a car, then everyone will know what to expect: that it will be lighter, the chassis dynamics will be way sharper, and it will have more power."
The 720S is no slouch in its standard configuration. A 720-horsepower engine is capable of launching it to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds.
The company is also considering a similar strategy for its Sports Series family, though the 'entry-level' cars might not be adorned with the revered LT badge.