When the McLaren Senna GTR made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, McLaren sales boss Jolyon Nash told me the track-only hypercar wasn't yet sold out. , that's not the case anymore: A McLaren spokesperson told the publication all 75 units are now spoken for. Before we even got the chance to put in our order! So, sheepishly, we ask you, did you get a Senna GTR?
We'd quite like to drive it, if so. We realize that it's a big ask, but how could we not try? It's set to be the quickest thing the company's ever built outside of a Formula 1 car.
McLaren promises the Senna GTR will pack around 825 hp and more than 2200 lbs of downforce. With slick Pirelli tires and a sequential gearbox, it'll likely make today's pro-level GT race cars seem slow.
Each cost around £1 million (roughly $1.4 million), with most examples going primarily to Senna road-car customers. If you have one coming, please get in touch.