Proceeds go to the Ayrton Senna Institute, named for the late three-time F1 world champion who famously raced for McLaren.
The Senna is one of those cars so rare and exclusive that you had to be invited by the manufacturer to have the privilege of spending £750,000 ($1 million) on the hypercar.
Power and lightness aren’t the only things that make the Senna the “most extreme” road car McLaren has ever built (McLaren’s words, not ours).
It also comes with an RCC II RaceActive Chassis Control hydraulic suspension and downright ridiculous aerodynamics with enormous front and rear splitters and a comically large rear wing, all of which are functional for keeping the car planted on the track.
The Senna was designed so obsessively with aerodynamics as a top priority that it made for an aesthetic that’s been met with mixed reactions.
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