The lightest McLaren since the iconic F1 with dry weight of under 1200kg. 800PS and 800Nm from a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8, the most powerful internal combustion engine McLaren has ever built. McLaren tested rear-drive Speedtail that hit 62 mph in 2 seconds?
Even the gas door struts are exposed to save vital grams. The system, which is installed in McLaren dealerships, provides a three-dimensional image of the car with 4K detail and, according to the Woking-based manufacturer, improves “clarity and tonal accuracy”.
The 2D online configurator is also online, allowing fans of the brand to see all 28 body colours on offer, as well as the six ‘By McLaren’ designs, which offer suggestions to help spark customers’ imaginations. It is the most track-focused road car we have ever built, and it will set the fastest lap times of any McLaren to date.
That is what has driven us to build a track car that is unashamedly without compromise. One that is legalised for road use, but not sanitised to suit it. Reflecting the track-focused nature of the McLaren Senna, the customer can specify six-point racing harnesses for both the driver and passenger, and an MSO Defined powered drink system to ensure optimal hydration during extended circuit running.
Discover the savage performance of the McLaren Senna. Exhaust upthrust from their specific angle contributes to the aerodynamic efficiency of the McLaren Senna and their unique position improves engine cooling. Downforce and aerodynamic balance are the guiding principles and McLaren’s designers have gone to extremes, cutting open the shrink-wrapped body to reduce weight. Those elements create the optimal dynamic attributes to produce the ultimate lap. It is the most direct and responsive McLaren ever built, surpassing even the McLaren P1™ GTR, to create the purest connection with the driver. The McLaren Senna is the ultimate distillation of the company’s ‘form follows function’ design mantra. With your mind power, your determination, your instinct, and the experience as well, you can fly very high." The intense crescendo encourages the driver to use high rpms, the volume increasing with 10dB for every 2,000rpm, climbing right through to the engine’s rev limit.
On the racetrack he was one of the greatest drivers of all time, but his off-track achievements are arguably even greater. The rear clamshell of the McLaren Senna is born entirely from aerodynamic and cooling requirements. The exhaust system on the McLaren Senna is beautifully crafted in lightweight Inconel and titanium, and the ‘slash cut’ pipes exit through the rear deck. Thanks to the provision of comprehensive education, the IAS prepares the youth of Brazil to live in the 21st century and build a better future. "You think you have a limit. The astonishing strength of the MonoCage III further allows for incredibly slim roof pillars that deliver excellent views through the deep, wide windscreen and across the front fenders to perfectly place the McLaren Senna through corners. The McLaren Senna combines the revolutionary suspension technology developed for the McLaren P1™ with our latest control theory to create RaceActive Chassis Control II. It is also the lightest vehicle we have built since the iconic F1, with our most powerful road car engine to date. Alcantara covers the side airbags but the removal of further interior trim saves weight. The immensely strong, stiff and lightweight carbon fibre MonoCage III features an innovative double-walled carbon fibre rear upper structure. Senna also opted for a more road-going specification than Brack, choosing air conditioning, a Bowers and Wilkins audio system and a rear-view camera. Offering truly uncompromising performance, this innovative new hydraulic suspension features a Race mode, which significantly reduces the ride height, lowering the centre of gravity and increasing the power of the aerodynamics. That is what has driven us to build a track car that is unashamedly without compromise. To celebrate the arrival of the MARC (McLaren Automotive Real-time Configurator), McLaren let chief test driver Kenny Brack and brand ambassador Bruno Senna loose, allowing the two drivers to create their own 600LTs. The resulting area of low pressure draws hot air out from the high-temperature radiators and engine bay, with the succession of stepped louvres progressively linking airflow to the trailing edge of the vehicle and the towering carbon fibre rear wing. Power - all 592 bhp of it - comes from a 3.8-litre V8 engine with two turbochargers. Descubrir 675LT Spider. We have used carbon fibre for the monocoque, the body and everywhere we need lightness, rigidity and strength – it is the reason the McLaren Senna is the lightest road vehicle McLaren Automotive has ever built.