Built on McLaren’s MonoCage III carbon-fiber monocoque platform, the vehicle utilizes a carbon-fiber monocoque and is finished in a sleek white.
The GTR is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8, paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transaxle. As for its high-end equipment, the car features active aerodynamics, four-way adjustable dampers, adjustable anti-roll bars and 19-inch (482 mm) staggered-width center-lock wheels.
Safety is prioritized by the GTR’s anti-collision radar system, which comes with rearview cameras. The vehicle also contains a polycarbonate windshield and windows, an integrated roll cage and a fire-suppression system.
Maximizing the driver’s comfort is the inclusion of air conditioning, a data logger and a pit-to-car radio.
The Senna GTR first debuted in 2018, and was reportedly “claimed by McLaren to be their fastest non-Formula 1 car to date.” Per a 2019 sales invoice, this 2020 model was reportedly sold by its previous owner for $1,706,262 USD.
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