The Mclaren Senna

The ul­ti­mate road-le­gal track car


De­signed, en­gi­neered and de­vel­oped with a sin­gle-minded pur­pose: to be the ul­ti­mate Mclaren track-con­cen­trated car for the road. Le­galised for road use, but not sani­tised to suit it, the new Ul­ti­mate Se­ries de­lib­er­ately com­pro­mises Mclaren’s trade­mark breadth of su­per­car daily us­abil­ity; in­stead it pro­vides the purest con­nec­tion between driver and car, to de­liver an in­tense cir­cuit ex­pe­ri­ence.

The tech­ni­cal recipe is clas­sic Mclaren Au­to­mo­tive su­per­car, a pedi­gree es­tab­lished and earned in the short time elapsed since the pi­o­neer­ing sports and su­per­car com­pany was founded in 2010, but taken to an­other level en­tirely in the Mclaren Senna. Ul­tra-light­weight con­struc­tion, with car­bon fi­bre chas­sis and body pan­els. Mid-mounted, twin-tur­bocharged V8 Mclaren en­gine. Rear wheel drive. So­phis­ti­cated race-de­rived sus­pen­sion that de­liv­ers an un­par­al­leled blend of con­trol and dy­namic bal­ance. Elec­tro­hy­draulic steer­ing that re­wards ac­cu­rate in­puts and gives the purest feed­back.

The car­bon fi­bre Monocage III chas­sis that forms the core of the Mclaren Senna is a fur­ther de­vel­op­ment of the struc­ture that un­der­pins the Mclaren 720S and the strong­est mono­coque ever built by Mclaren for a road-le­gal ve­hi­cle. Every body panel is made from car­bon fi­bre,

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