You probably did not miss the presentation of the McLaren Senna, the famous British supercar that was presented almost two years ago. About a year after the presentation of the Senna, it was the turn of its variant GTR to be presented. An even more radical version than the "basic" Senna, made for the track, and limited to only 75 units. The first copies were delivered at the beginning of the year, but some customers are already tired of it. Indeed, on the sidelines of the RM Sotheby's Abu Dhabi auction, the number 17 out of 75 was auctioned with only 39 miles on the clock, or 63 kilometers. The car has unfortunately not found a buyer at the time of sale and therefore remains available.
A new sale to speculate? We can not really say it since its estimate is between 1.5 and 1.75 million dollars (the equivalent of 1.36 to 1.59 million euros), or a few thousand euros near the amount requested by McLaren for a new model when it was still available for sale. As a reminder, the McLaren Senna GTR is powered by a 4.0-liter V8 bi-turbo developing the trifling 825 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque, 25 horses more than a Senna. She only has 1188 kilos on the scale, which is 232 kilos less than her big sister.
A pure and hard pistarde
The GTR benefits from 1000 kilos aerodynamic support 250 km / h, 200 more than the road Senna. In addition, it is 77 millimeters wider at the front and 68 millimeters at the rear. Enough to gain some precious seconds on a timed lap. This is the advantage of a Senna GTR compared to a Senna since the pure performances are the same: 0 to 100 km / h in 2.8 seconds and 0 to 200 km / h in 6.8 seconds. The Senna is allowed even 5 km / h more than the GTR in maximum speed since it claims 340 km / h against 335 for the GTR version.