The newest McLaren GTR, based on the Senna hypercar. Not quite a Le Mans contender yet, but certainly getting there.
Up to 75 will be built, costing £1 million taxes (about $1.4 million). No unlike a road-going Senna with the carbon package.
The GTR's 4.0 twin-turbo V8 is tuned to produce 825 horsepower.
The estimated downforce figure is 1000 kilos, more than 2200 lbs. At what speed remains a question.
The "Concept" is a nearly perfect representation of the final product.
Wider track, wider sills, fixed windows. New suspension, AP Racing brakes, sequential gearbox.
The active wing is expected to grow larger during development.
An even lighter wheel design.
The Senna GTR comes with side exhausts instead of the slash-cut road-going ones.
That modification adds one more hole to the rear.
There is no front splitter in the world larger than McLaren's. Not even in motorsport, really.