McLaren Automotive, the
British creator of luxury sportscars and supercars, is to offer a track-only
version of the new Ultimate Series McLaren Senna, to be called the McLaren
Senna GTR. Upto 75 examples of the most
extreme McLaren car ever will be hand-assembled in Woking, England, during
Expressions of interest will
be taken at the Geneva Show and thereafter, with exact technical details of the
McLaren Senna GTR confirmed later this year. Based around the same carbon fibre
Monocage III structure as the McLaren Senna to ensure the core strength and
rigidity needed for a top-flight track car, the McLaren Senna GTR will be
similar in weight to the 1,198kg lightest dry total of the road-legal McLaren
With more power and greater torque from the 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged
V8 engine than the 800PS and 800Nm developed in the road car – horsepower will
increase to at least 825PS – the car will be faster than the ‘standard’ model
in a straight line. The additional benefit of a race-style transmission,
revised double wishbone suspension and Pirelli slick tyres – together with up
to 1,000kg of downforce – will ensure that the McLaren Senna GTR will also post
the quickest McLaren circuit lap times outside Formula 1.
The design of the doors
benefits aerodynamic efficiency, the outer skin being ‘pushed in’ as far as
possible towards the centre of the car to better channel airflow. Unlike the
road-legal McLaren Senna, the McLaren Senna GTR will feature a polycarbonate
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