McLaren Senna GTR Gets A Bid Of $1.1m On The First Day Of The Auction
This 835hp Limited-Edition McLaren Senna GTR Is Up For Grabs

The track-only car was sold by its previous owner for $1.7m

If you’re looking to be the owner of a limited-edition 2020 McLaren Senna GTR, we have some good news and bad news for you. The good news is that only one of the 75 models of this limited-edition car is on sale. The bad news is that it has already received a bid of $1.1 million on its first day of the auction. 



So, what makes this McLaren so special? Apart from its moniker—which is a tribute to the legendary Formula One driver Ayrton Senna—McLaren claims the track-only GTR is “able to lap circuits faster than any McLaren outside Formula 1.”



Built on the company’s MonoCage III monocoque frame, the supercar comes dripping in carbon-fibre elements across its bodywork. On the inside, the Brits have taken out all the unimportant bits found on the standard Senna, like the touch screen infotainment centre, the audio system and airbags. 


Instead what you’ll find here are GTR-branded carbon racing seats, an integrated roll cage, a fire suppression system, air-conditioning, a data logger, pit-to-car radio and a yoke steering wheel with paddleshifters. All for weight reduction necessity. The Senna GTR now weighs 1187kg, making it 10kg lighter than the already lightweight standard Senna. 




Powering the McLaren Senna GTR is 4.0-litre, twin-turbocharged, V8 engine which makes 825hp and 800Nm of torque. Transmission is handled by a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox, which sends all the power to the rear wheels. 


As far as this particular Senna GTR is concerned, it has run less than 700km in its lifetime and was sold by its previous owner for $1.7 million back in 2020. 


(Image Credits: McLaren)

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