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McLaren Senna Spider Rendered as the Open-Top McLaren Needs to Build

Pleasing your customers can be extremely difficult, even if your name is McLaren. In fact, the British automotive producer is currently under pressure from the Internet and prospective buyers alike. It all involves the McLaren Senna and its potential Spider version.
McLaren Senna Spider Render 1 photo
You see, Woking introduced the Senna earlier this year, with the hypercar enjoying plenty of attention on the road, as well as on social media.

And while the company didn't announce any plans to build an open-top incarnation of the 800 horsepower toy, is seems aficionados want it to.

For instance, the world wide web has come up with multiple renderings of the McLaren Senna Spider. Sure, many of these efforts are limited, since the fans who claim such machines should be built usually don't end up talking to dealers. Nevertheless, we've also seen Senna owners asking the company to bring the Spider to the world.

It's worth noting the McLaren has a name for building coupe-convertibles that are almost as good as its fixed-roof machines when it comes to hitting the track.

McLaren has previously built the 675 Longtail Spider, with Bruno Senna drifting the hell out of it, among others. So there might be a slim chance of the McLaren Senna receiving a hairstyling version.

Then again, given the stopwatch dedication of the Senna, the Brits might decide to skip the open-air version.

And there's one more aspect we need to pay attention to. The Senna is an uber-limited model, with only 500 units being built. And when the 675LT Spider came to be, many owners of the Coupe were unhappy with the new arrival affecting the exclusivity of their rides.

So we can't be sure whether the Brits decided to bring us a two-model Senna range next year, but we'll keep a close eye on their operations, as we always do.


 

Senna Spider 🤯🏁 Is this the ultimate road legal race car?

A post shared by Nicolas Proulx (@fmpnick) on Dec 23, 2018 at 7:32pm PST



 
 
 
 
 

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