The McLaren Senna is a limited production limited-engine supercar manufactured by McLaren Automotive Company. The car model is the third addition to the McLaren Ultimate series. It is the most track-focused road car ever built, and will set the fastest lap times of any McLaren to date.
Named after the famous Brazilian Formula 1 driver Ayrton Senna, this hypercar devours the pavement with breakneck speed and concentrated intensity.
What’s new in 2020 Senna:
By 2020, McLaren adds the GTR to the Senna lineup. The Senna GTR is designed exclusively for track use, and is even more performance-oriented than the base model.
Engine and performance:
The base model is powered by a 4.0-liter dual-turbocharged V-8 that generates 789 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque. With the GTR, this engine is tuned to deliver an additional 25 horsepower.
There is one more thing you should know about the Senna: it is very, very noisy. The noise from car tires, the gust of wind and the roar of the engine combine to make spending time inside your cabin a punishing experience for your eardrums. The Senna is driven by aerodynamics: up to 800kg of air pressing the mid-engined two-seater against the tarmac at 155mph.
Mileage for the McLaren Senna 2020 is estimated to be 14/18 city / highway mpg.
Interior and cargo space:
The McLaren Senna has room for two: a very lucky passenger and an even luckier driver. It comes with dihedral doors that pivot forward and upward, exposing part of the roof. The car’s bucket seats give buyers the choice of three padding thicknesses. A high shelf is located behind the driver and passenger. It is the only space that offers in-cab storage, and can accommodate two helmets and two racing suits. Switches, such as electronic door locks, window switches, and keyless ignition, are located on the interior ceiling.
The Senna’s infotainment system features a floating display that adds a modern touch to the cabin. An optional seven-speaker Bowers & Wilkins sound system is offered, as well as navigation. McLaren Track Telemetry is optional. This feature can be used on the track to plot a session and analyze each lap.
McLaren Senna costs $ 1 million.