It only has a delivery mileage, so it's practically brand new.
The Senna is one of the most brutal hypercars McLaren has ever made, so it's hardly surprising that all 499 examples have already been allocated to future owners. That makes it tricky to track down on the used market, but we've already found one looking for a new owner. Listed for sale on JamesEdition, this isn't a build slot but a physical example of McLaren's new Ultimate Series.
Apart from a few subtle yellow accents, the previous owner specced the hardcore hypercar with an all-black exterior, resulting in a very sinister look. According to the listing, this particular Senna also only has a delivery mileage, so it's practically brand new and begging to be let loose on a race track.
Like every other example, this Senna is powered by McLaren's 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 tuned to send 789 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Since it only weighs 2,641 pounds, that's enough to send the Senna rocketing from 0-62 mph in 2.7 seconds before topping out at 211 mph. While prices for the McLaren Senna originally started at $980,000, the seller is asking prospective owners to cough up a cool $1.6 million for this example.
It also has $130,000 worth of options to sweeten the deal, but it still costs over half a million more than what McLaren originally charged for the hypercar when you take this into account. Clearly, this car was bought solely to be flipped for a profit. It's a practice we don't approve of, but it isn't the first time this has happened to a limited-production hypercar and it certainly won't be the last. Don't be surprised to see used examples of the Senna fetch even more outrageous asking prices in the future.