The HTT Pléthore LC 750 is a three-seater Canadian hypercar by HTT, headquarted in Quebec, Canada.
The Pléthore debuted at the 2007 Montreal International Auto Show as a pre-production prototype under the name "Locus Pléthore", under the supervision of Luc Chartrand. The HTT Pléthore LC 750 is unique in that it is a three-seater hypercar, with a center seating position similar to the McLaren F1. The Pléthore LC 750 is mid-engined and rear-wheel-drive.
The Pléthore LC 750 features a 6.2L supercharged V8 engine with a power output of 740 hp (552 kW) and a torque output of 655 ft·lb (888 N·m). The Pléthore LC 750's body and chassis are made from entirely carbon fiber with no engine subframe, resulting in an exceptionally rigid chassis. The car weighs only 2500 lb (1134 kg).
The HTT Pléthore LC 750 is capable of doing 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds and reaching a top speed of 247 mph (398 km/h).
Gameloft Confidential description, June 19, 2015
The HTT Pléthore LC 750 was added in the Tenerife Update, as a high-end Class S car with the following statistics:
- Starting rank: 1505
- MAX rank: 1687 (+182)
- MAX+PRO rank: 1796 (+109)
- Tuning Kit bonus: +37
- Speed Multiplier: 91.46% (Removed as of the 2019 Halloween Update)
- Stock-to-MAX+PRO rank difference: +291
- Upgrade rank percentages: 15/50/15/20
- Nitro Efficiency: 9/13.5/18
The HTT Pléthore, unlike most similarly-ranked Class S cars, is strongly biased towards raw top speed. With a maximum total speed of 312.4 mph/503.0 km/h at MAX+PRO with Tuning Kit, identical to that of the Arrinera Hussarya GT, the HTT Pléthore currently remains the car with the second highest maximum top speed stat in Class S, with a real top speed of 291.1 mph/468.7 km/h, behind the Devel Sixteen Prototype's 303.5 mph/488.8 km/h.
Being a top speed-focused car, the HTT Pléthore's acceleration, owing to its low nitro stat is somewhat lacking, capable of 0-186 mph/0-300 km/h in 2.508 seconds, hitting its maximum total speed 2.409 seconds later. In addition, the Pléthore isn't very responsive in terms of handling, having a considerably wide drifting radius that partially bars it from cleanly clearing difficult corners, thus making this car more suitable for advanced drivers.
The HTT Pléthore's closest competitors are the Zenvo TS1 GT 10th Anniversary Edition, TRION NEMESIS, McLaren Mercedes MP4-25, Rezvani Beast Alpha, Ferrari Enzo Ferrari, Renault Sport R.S. 01, Porsche Carrera GT, and Chevrolet 2016 Camaro SS. Only the TS1 GT, R.S. 01, and Camaro have a slightly higher total speed and are not too far behind the Pléthore on any track, sometimes actually being slightly faster. The strongly superior acceleration of the NEMESIS, MP4-25, and Rezvani make them dominant over the Pléthore on short and/or medium-length tracks, while the drifting radii of the Enzo, MP4-25, R.S. 01, Rezvani, and Carrera GT are much superior, making them more viable for Dubai or Sector 8.
The Pléthore is a poor choice as it has been superseded by later cars like the Aston Martin Vulcan, Apollo Intensa Emozione, and 2018 McLaren X2. Even the Mercedes-Benz SLK 55 AMG Special Edition is faster than the Pléthore on virtually all tracks despite having worse handling and acceleration. The NEMESIS is also better than the Pléthore on most tracks even though the NEMESIS requires 60 Forced-Induction V8s but with a trade-off of being purchasable with Credits.
In Multiplayer, even if tuned properly, the Pléthore, while somewhat competitive, is still inferior to the likes of the Apollo IE, AM Vulcan, Carrera GT, BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage, and M-B SLK SE, as well as even the Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV. An upgrade configuration of 0500 5051 gives a rank of S1669 and a real total speed of 302.8 mph/487.5 km/h, which is faster than most cars with a similarly-ranked upgrade configuration, but is still slower than a Camaro SS tuned to 2515 5555 (A1660/1771; 314.3 mph/506.1 km/h) or an AM Vulcan tuned to 0505 5050 (S1659/1806; 307.9 mph/495.9 km/h). Just like the Camaro SS, the Pléthore suffers the issue of subpar drifting.
It is also an unwise choice against the Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition due to the latter's better overall stats and much higher competitiveness all around, especially up to rank 1605.
- Main article: Car Mastery/HTT Pléthore LC 750
Currently, the only reason to buy the HTT Pléthore LC 750 is for collector's purposes, as the car is featured in the "Hot Summer" and "Off the Charts" collections. The latter collection, if its MAX version is completed, awards multiple Class S Free Upgrades, which are useful for upgrading Class S cars with -only upgrades (Mosler Super GT, Apollo IE, Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 and Koenigsegg Regera).
The HTT Pléthore LC 750 had an orginal buying price of 3,650,000 that was updated to 3,250,000 or 15,450 and currently costs 8,975 as of January 19,2018. It is part of the 31st Multiplayer Season, Winter Wonder Season 3, as a Champion League reward. Players who already own the Pléthore LC 750 would win a Free S Class Upgrade instead.
As of the 2019 Spring Update, upgrades costs 4,126,000 while Pro Kits require 1,375,200, 50 of each Class S Part, 92 Forced-Induction V8s, 96 Mid-Techs, and 64 Advanced Techs.