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McLaren Senna Gets ADV.1 Wheels in Aftermarket Rendering

It was only a matter of time until the McLaren Senna was taken down the aftermarket path. For now, this trip on the tuning side of the automotive realm is a virtual one, but let's get into the details.
McLaren Senna Gets ADV.1 Wheels: render 1 photo
The 800 hp hypercar was gifted with rolling goodies coming from Advance One Wheels. The rims feature a multi-spoke profile and the slim spokes should allow us to take a good look at the uber-generous stopping hardware of the Woking animal.

We're dealing with a rendering coming from social media label Ruk Technology, which has gone past the wheels of the car. As such, the Senna has been gifted with a two-tone look. Going past the grey main hue of the velocity tool, blue was used for the lower area of the machine, wheel lips included, as well as for the cabin.

Of course, given the extreme performance delivered by the Senna, any wheel developer that actually wishes to touch the speed devil needs to do its homework properly.

And once customer deliveries kick off, it shouldn't take long until we get to meet aftermarket-touched incarnations of the Macca. And no, you shouldn't expect the 500-unit production run of the Senna to be enough when it comes to owners' need for customisation.

The people who pay around $1 million for an example of such a machine will aim to ensure their contraption is as special as possible.

Nevertheless, as it usually happens when machines delivering this kind of performance are involved, most, if not all, the mods will be limited to custom wheels, such as the ones seen here and wraps.

And we'll bring you such tuning adventures as soon as we get our keyboards on them. Meanwhile, we can talk about such stunts involving the McLaren 720S and here's an example for you.

 

- @RukTechnology Designed McLaren P15 Senna On @Adv1 Wheels. https://m.facebook.com/RukTechnology/ Follow: @RukTechnology @RajaUziKhan #RukTechnology

A post shared by R.U.K Technology (@ruktechnology) on Dec 14, 2017 at 3:58am PST



 
 
 
 
 

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