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McLaren Senna Shows Up For Sale at Twice the Base Price

When introducing the Senna, McLaren made it clear: only 500 units of the track special would be brought to life, with these offer to those who found their names on the list of VIP customers. Well, as it turns out, there are still ways to get your hands on one of these Woking hypercars, even though the affair might be a bit more expensive that a factory deal.
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For instance, if you're looking to grab a Senna from Europe, we've brought along the example sitting before you.

This Woking missile is currently up for grabs, being offered for a whopping £1,499,995. Now, this is double the starting price of the McLaren Senna, but we can't be sure how much of the extra money goes to the seller of the car. And that's because the thing is loaded with options, which obviously pushed the original price way past the £750,000 starting point.

For instance, the animal we have here is dressed in MSO (McLaren Special Operations) Amethyst Black, while coming with Orange aero blades. The vehicle also features multiple MSO touches, from the trim to the steering wheel center.

The hypercar is offered is offered by British company Shaks Specialist Cars, with its condition being listed "as new". Note that the car has 800 miles on its odometer, so it seems like the original buyer did get to enjoy the charms of the downforce monster that is the McLaren Senna.

Oh, and there's one more thing about the ad that caught our eye: "[This vehicle is] one of two Sennas available.

Given the price of the vehicle, it's no wonder that the seller went through the effort of delivering a video to showcase the McLaren Senna and you can check it all out below.

P.S.: Don't forget about the upcoming Senna GTR, a racing version that is set to receive a street-legal conversion kit.

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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