McLaren recently unveiled its upcoming $1 million USD road-legal track car Senna, and now ahead of its Geneva Motor Show debut on March 6, the company has released its specs alongside a closer look. It has been revealed the Senna can hit 62 mph in 2.8 seconds, 124 mph in 6.8 seconds, and cover a quarter of a mile in 9.9 seconds in a straight line before maxing out at 211 mph.
This is achievable in part by its 789 horsepower, 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, 1,763 lbs of downforce, and updated Monocage III chassis that gives it its aggressive design and low weight. The cockpit features carbon fiber and Alcantara throughout to accentuate the vehicle’s stripped back aesthetics. Customers also have a myriad of customization options, which includes color matching the door gas with its brake calipers and front active aero blades, high-grade leathers, and a wide touring spec for the carbon fiber seat.
The Senna comes in five different McLaren colors: Stealth Cosmos Black, Trophy Kyanos Blue, Trophy Mira Orange, Vision Pure White and Vision Victory Grey. Each color is complemented by having the detail of its front aero blades, fender inners, brake calipers, door gas struts and seat perforation made in contrasting colors. Check out the gallery above and share your thoughts in the comments below. In other automotive news, Jaguar is bringing back the D-Type.