Criminally, it's only clocked up 14 miles since leaving the factory.
We've seen it time and time again. Whenever a supercar is limited to a few hundred examples, there will always inevitably be someone who wants to flip it for a profit instead of experiencing its driving pleasure. Case in point: this McLaren Senna, a savage supercar that was built to devour corners, is being sold off after being driven a mere 14 miles. It's been criminally underused and is begging to be driven. Let's hope the next owner can rectify this.
Listed for sale on James Edition by Gibson Motorsport in the UK, this particular McLaren Senna is one of only 70 right-hand drive examples out of the 500 models being built. It's finished in ceramic grey combined with gloss carbon fiber parts applied to the exterior and interior along with bright gold wheels.
Like every McLaren Senna, power is provided by a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 that produces 789 hp, enabling the supercar to rocket from 0-62 mph time in 2.8 seconds and onto a top speed of 208 mph. Thanks to extensive use of carbon fiber, the McLaren Senna weighs a mere 2,641 pounds.
When the Senna was first announced in 2017, it commanded a price of £750,000 ($955,000), but if you want to own this example you'll need to shell out £1.05 million ($1.336 million). While we hope the next owner will unleash the car's full potential, we also hope they will handle it with care. To date, three McLaren Sennas have already been destroyed – the most recent example owned by famous YouTuber Salomondrin perished in a fire just days after it as delivered.