The McLaren Senna
McLaren says that the Senna is the most track-focused road car they have ever built and that it is the fastest lapping car that they have ever built. A car unashamedly without compromise, the McLaren Senna, like its namesake, is like no other.
The McLaren has a single-track purpose: to be the ultimate track-orientated road car. The revolutionary front and rear active aerodynamics produce unparalleled levels of downforce and work in harmony with the RaceActive Chassis Control II (RCC II) hydraulic suspension and the ultra-rigid MonoCage III monocoque to deliver a circuit experience like no other.
Uber-lightweight construction, with a carbon fibre chassis and body panels, ensures this is the lightest McLaren vehicle since the iconic McLaren F1. The 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 is McLaren’s most powerful road car engine, producing 800 Ps (789 bhp) and 800Nm (590 lb ft). This creates an incredible power-to-weight ratio of 688PS-per-tonne.
The carbon fibre MonoCage III chassis is the strongest monocoque for a road-legal vehicle built by McLaren to date. The track-focused Race mode introduces a lower ride height, a lower centre of gravity and significantly stiffer suspension. The bespoke Pirelli P ZeroTN Trofeo R tyres and carbon ceramic braking system is the most advanced features of their kind to be fitted to a McLaren road car.
If you have ever wondered what a P1 without batteries would feel like, this is probably it.
McLaren Senna Chassis 411 is truly a One of One special commission by McLaren Special Operations and boasts a huge specification, including a
Belize and Curaçao blue pinstripe over Supernova silver paint job that came with an MSO price tag of over £100,000 alone.
The car is available for viewing in London, by appointment.