The Senna Can-Am will be McLaren's most extreme road car
And even more exclusive than the Senna LM!
The McLaren Senna is currently the most radical road car of the British brand. However, future versions of the supercar will take it to a whole new level. For example, it is certain that McLaren will produce an LM version of its Senna, which is the road legal variant of the Senna GTR. Apparently, another version of the Senna, much more exclusive, will also join the range.
This model will be named the Senna Can-Am and will be produced in an extremely limited series of three examples! The car will celebrate McLaren's glorious Can-Am racing cars of the 1960s and 1970s. It will be inspired by the McLaren M8B driven by Bruce McLaren who won 11 races at the 1969 Canadian American Challenge Cup.
The base McLaren Senna produces 789 hp with its 4.0L V8. The Senna Can-Am will have an additional 25 hp to match the Senna GTR's 814 hp. The model could accommodate Bruce McLaren's signature on the rear fenders. There are also four-spoke silver alloy wheels and four exhaust tailpipes.
The interior will be covered with black alcantara with the Can-Am logo embroidered on the headrests. This logo will also appear on the pedals. Orange touches will be present in the cabin for more exclusivity. The McLaren Senna Can-Am is expected to be officially revealed shortly. It is very likely that all three examples have already been sold.
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