None of its previous owners have treated it like it was meant to be treated, but it's looking for a new home.
The McLaren Senna is one of the most impressive hypercars to come out of the famed British brand in recent years, and if you have a cool million dollars lying around, you can still bid on this 2019 example with only 787 miles currently on Bring A Trailer. It's now for sale in Arkansas and comes with a clean Florida title, factory literature, a clean Carfax, and even a car cover.
The Senna is one of those cars that has a great face for radio. It's not ugly - because it's pretty difficult to make supercar proportions look that bad - but the car's looks very obviously took a back seat to the vehicle's performance in a true function-over-form mentality. The formula paid off for the car, as it's an absolute monster on the track because of it.
This specific model is number 434 of 500 and is finished in Victory Grey with McLaren Orange Aeroblades. It was originally registered in Montana before being registered in Florida and then was subsequently purchased by the selling dealer in 2022.
Equipment-wise, the car features front and rear parking sensors, a backup camera, Gorilla Glass door inserts, a glass rear bulkhead, and even a Bowers & Wilkins seven-speaker audio system. The interior features loads of carbon fiber and Alcantara and isn't all that inspiring because, again, this is a track car, first and foremost.
Performance-wise, it features a roof scoop, front, and side air intakes, a double-element diffuser, and an electronically adjustable rear wing. It sits on lovely staggered (19-inch front and 20-inch rear) center-lock wheels finished in Satin Raw Metal and mounted with Pirelli P Zero tires. The car then features a ton of other high-performance features like RaceActive Chassis Control ll, Variable Drit Control, adjustable damping and roll modes, and so much more that it's impossible to list it all.
Six- and four-piston brake calipers painted in McLaren Orange with the help of 390 mm carbon-ceramic rotors allow the car to stop on a dime, and they need to be able to handle the car's twin-turbo V8. If you've forgotten, that engine produces 789 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque, all directed to the rear wheels courtesy of a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, though we know the car makes more power than McLaren claimed.
The car has no accidents to speak of and also received an oil change in July 2022. It's not the coolest one for sale we've ever seen, but it is one of only a few currently available in the country, with many listed above $1.5 million. The bidding currently stands at $991,000 with less than 24 hours to go, so we'll see if it can push past the million-dollar mark.
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