- This is the McLaren P15 - otherwise known as the McLaren Senna!

The New McLaren Senna Has Windows In It's Doors!

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You are looking at the first images from the McLaren Winter ball, where McLaren Automotive has officially revealed the brand new McLaren Senna. Codenamed the P15, the new model resembles an ultimate version of the new 720S Supercar.

Image from Girardo & Co.

The new P15, or Senna is the new member within the hyper series and the successor to the McLaren P1. The vehicle resembles a McLaren GT3 car for the road with its massive active rear wing, huge inlets and impressive aerodynamics at the front. The front air inlets allow for air to channel through the body work via the radiators and over the car, similar to the P1.

The car can be fitted with windows that are within the doors. You can see the driver's legs through the bottom of the car!

Image from MUC.Collector

The side intakes are massive as well, and the road-legal race car seems to have a roof scoop quite similar to a race car. The GT3 look continues at the rear with a top down rear wing construction, similar to that of the Huracan Performante and the Koenigsegg Regera.

At both sides of the rear, the Senna has massive air vents to help channel air away from the engine, as well as produce additional downforce. Beneath here are the horizontal rear lights. According to people present at the Winterball, the Senna comes with a revised 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 engine producing 800PS and 800Nm. The total weight of the vehicle is only 1,198kg and only 500 cars will be made at a price tag of £750,000

Stay tuned for a full release coming later tonight at 00:01.

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Comments (12)
  • Beautiful car. Design is bit aggressive but it will kill on the track. Good power, crazy light weight and aero make this thing a beast. Bravo McLaren.

    11 months ago
  • Perhaps Mclaren was jealous of the Chaparral 2H's door windows back in 1969 when they were racing the 8C...

    1 year ago

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