- Maybe in this colour?

MSO Have Come To The Rescue With This $3Million Senna

1y ago

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McLaren Automotive announced their latest hypercar last night. It is the hottest topic in the automotive world right now and opinions are currently flying around everywhere. The exterior design of the Senna is being trolled so hard that McLaren seem to be trying to convince its design language to everyone by using Ayrton Senna's quote about 'giving everything without compromise'. Good luck!

McLaren announced that only 500 cars will be made with a starting pricetag of 750,000 gbp. Along with that, McLaren Special Operations(MSO) have also released images of their take on this hypercar.

Image Credits: @jamesbanksesq

Say hello to the better looking version of the McLaren Senna. It is being reported that this exposed carbon fibre MSO version is limited to only 5 units with each having a price tag of $3million! This makes it at least 3 times more expensive than the standard car. It will be interesting to see if people are willing to shell out such a big premium over its MSRP just for the sake of an exposed carbon fibre body.

Going by McLaren's track record, the Senna will most likely humiliate every possible car on the market in terms of performance. All we can do is hope that everyone orders the Senna in a darker shade to hide its function over form features.

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Comments (7)
  • Where on earth does the $3M price tag come from? Total bollox of course.

    11 months ago
  • Still hideous. For 3 million dollars, theres a lot of choices. A BC, Chiron, P1gtr, or an MSOd 720s, p1, huayra. I mean, if it wasn't for the heritage, this car is nothing. And MSO, boy do they make a great job at overpricing this car. I mean the Centenario has an option of $200,000 for an esposed carbon. The Chiron would look reasonably priced even withthe exposed carbon option on it over the Senna.

    1 year ago

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