McLaren Senna Shows Up For Sale With Seven Miles On the Odometer

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Photo: Romans International
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Because it is limited to 500 examples worldwide and it is named after the most acclaimed Formula 1 driver of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, the McLaren Senna is the type of car that speculators are much obliged to make a profit on. This example of the breed, with seven miles on the odometer, comes with “several MSO options” and the “manufacturer’s warranty until November 2021.”
Romans International doesn’t list the price in the ad, leaving those interested to enquire by telephone or e-mail. Finished in Fire Black Elite, this Senna also features red seatbelts, see-through door panels, Bowers & Wilkins seven-speaker audio system, and the McLaren Track Telemetry system with not one, not two, but three video cameras.

The twin-turbo V8 hypercar also features MSO Defined full-length sill covers made from carbon fiber, MSO Gloss Finish for the carbon fiber, ultra-lightweight wheels in gloss black, and red brake calipers. Additional equipment includes black Alcantara on the steering wheel, parking sensors, rearview camera, red Alcantara accents throughout the cabin, and the Touring Super Lightweight Race Seats.

There’s no denying the owner paid more than £750,000 for this UK-spec Senna, which goes to show how far McLaren can go in order to make one’s dream car come true. In this case, the dream of a flipper who wants to make a profit off this track-focused land missile.

The beating heart of the Senna is the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that McLaren also uses in the 720S and Speedtail. In this application, the M840T develops 800 PS and 800 Nm, translating to 789 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque. The 800 theme continues with the unbelievable level of downforce, rated at 800 kilograms (1,763 pound-feet) at high speed.

The Senna has a more extreme, track-only brother in the form of the Senna GTR, which was presented at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show in black and orange. Limited to 75 examples, this fellow starts at £1 million in the United Kingdom.
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