-Puts out 814bhp and 800Nm of torque
-Dry weight down by 10kg
The McLaren Senna rewrote rule books when it came to dynamics and performance and is the closest one can get to driving a track car legally on the roads. And now McLaren has unveiled the Senna GTR, the most hardcore McLaren of them all and this is ‘only’ for track use.
The 4-litre, twin-turbo V8 now makes an enormous 814bhp and 800Nm of torque. Power is up by 24bhp over the standard Senna and this is thanks to a recalibrated control unit and the removal of the secondary catalyst. Along with gaining more power and aero, the GTR now also gets a roll cage, pneumatic air jacks, a pit radio, a fire extinguisher and a data logger. And despite the additions, the GTR is 10 kg lighter.
In case the pits get too hot, the GTR’s standard equipment includes air conditioning and if you need company, a passenger seat is optional. Just 75 Senna GTR’s will be built, and as with all limited number exotics, they’re already sold out.