McLaren is preparing to launch a Senna LM placed between the standard model and the GTR.
The Supercar Blog publishes what appears to be the first images of an LM version of the McLaren Senna. Halfway between the standard Senna and its GTR trackball version, the LM offers improved performance while remaining homologated for the road. It would be proposed by McLaren, not by the coach Lanzante Motorsport behind the P1 LM, which suggests that his initials would mean "Le Mans" as the legendary McLaren F1 LM whose self-image takes the famous orange hue . Several exterior and interior elements of this Senna are badged "LM".
The Senna LM visible here also takes the design of the rims of his illustrious ancestor. There are also new extractors on the top of the front fenders and doors whose lower and upper parts are not glazed, unlike those of the basic Senna, which probably allows you to gain weight. In addition, some aerodynamic elements painted in dark blue or carbon fiber apparent on the original model, such as the housing of the front lights or the interior of the air intakes, are here the same color as the rest of the bodywork. In the cabin, the upholstery alcantara is also of this color.
As exclusive as it is powerful
The Senna LM would be closer to the Senna "short" than the GTR, but it would take the engine of the latter. His V8 4L biturbo would therefore develop 825ch, 25ch more than the starting Senna, for a maximum torque of 800Nm identical.
The production of the McLaren Senna LM would be limited to 20 copies and its unit price set at 1.3 million pounds (about 1.5 million euros) excluding taxes, about half a million euros more than the Senna standard.
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