• McLaren Automotive’s most extreme track car yet revealed in final form
  • Evolution of 2018 McLaren Senna GTR Concept takes acknowledged McLaren Senna dynamism into new realms of performance as the quickest track McLaren outside of Formula 1
  • Faster, lighter, more powerful and race-bred with focus on accessibility for drivers of all abilities
  • 813bhp from 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged McLaren V8; lightest dry weight of 2,619lbs gives power-to-weight ratio of 694bhp-per ton
  • Same levels of downforce as the McLaren Senna, but at 15% lower speeds; peak downforce exceeds 2,205lbs
  • Newest and most exclusive member of McLaren’s Ultimate Series; 75 cars only, all sold
Just twelve months after it was revealed as a concept car at the Geneva International Motor Show, the McLaren Senna GTR is revealed as a fully-fledged track machine – uncompromised, unconstrained and unshackled by road or racing regulations.

McLaren Automotive’s most track-focused Ultimate Series car has evolved in key areas to deliver on its promise of hypercar power and accessible handling with the aerodynamics and chassis of a thoroughbred racer. The result is a machine able to lap circuits faster than any McLaren outside Formula 1, providing its owners, of all abilities, with an unparalleled track driving experience.

The McLaren Senna GTR takes the road-legal McLaren Senna – already the lightest, most powerful and track-focused but road-legal car that McLaren builds – several steps further into the realm of ultimate performance. Without the constraints of road or racing regulations, the new Ultimate Series car is more powerful, weighs less, boasts an incredible 2,205lbs plus of aerodynamic downforce and uses suspension derived from McLaren’s GT3 race program.

“The McLaren Senna GTR is a perfect example of our determination to bring our customers the Ultimate expression of track driving performance and excitement. The McLaren Senna was designed from the outset to be an extreme track car, but the 2018 McLaren Senna GTR Concept suggested how much more further we could go and now, free from the constraints of road car legislation and motorsport competition rules, we have pushed the limits of what is technically possible to advance circuit driving capability to another level entirely.”
Mike Flewitt, Chief Executive Officer, McLaren Automotive

The McLaren Senna GTR, which joins the McLaren Senna and McLaren Speedtail in the brand’s Ultimate Series, succeeds legendary predecessors the Le Mans-winning McLaren F1 GTR of 1995 and the McLaren P1™ GTR of 2015 and keeps the name that honors the memory of three-times McLaren Formula 1 World Champion, Ayrton Senna.

Each new McLaren Senna GTR offers its owner virtually unlimited opportunities for personalization by McLaren Special Operations Options, from paint colors in the MSO Defined portfoli...
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Starting at $1.4 million
4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged McLaren V8
824 hp