Of course, the pixel play we have here takes the McLaren Senna to a whole new level. The widebody kit fitted to the 800 horsepower monster is just the start of the transformation.
For instance, the massive active wing of the track special seems to have been removed, with this making room for a super-sized fin, the kind you'd find on an LMP1 prototype racecar.
Speaking of Le Mans, we must also notice the turbofan front wheels, with this kind of design tracing its roots to the endurance racing world.
Then we have the lower side of the car, which also borrows aero tricks from the motorsport realm, where every extra kilo of downforce can make a difference.
Yasid Oozzear is the digital artist behind this virtual build, with the aficioando deciding to confront purists who complain about his renders in the description of the social media post showcasing the contraption.
Now, here's a reminder of how McLaren describes the appearance of the Senna: "The appearance of the car is deliberately aggressive; organic shapes have given way to a design language that is purposely fragmented in its pursuit of absolute performance, with downforce and aerodynamic balance the guiding principles. The McLaren Senna is the strongest expression yet of McLaren's 'form follows function' philosophy,"
So, does the toy portrayed here still fit that bill?
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