One of the rare examples of the McLaren Senna LM assembled by the manufacturer from Woking, has just been delivered to the United States via the McLaren Orlando and McLaren North Jersey dealerships.
A little over 25 years ago, McLaren triumphed at the 24 Hours of Le Mans with the McLaren F1 GTR of Team Kokusai Kaihatsu Racing driven by Yannick Dalmas, JJ Lehto and Masanori Sekiya. A feat that the manufacturer from Woking has celebrated regularly since, and in particular this year with this McLaren Senna LM paying homage to him.
Developed by McLaren Special Operation (MSO) around the McLaren Senna GTR, this LM variation is unlike the GTR intended for use on the circuit, approved for road use.
Its owner will therefore be able to take advantage wherever he sees fit, of the 800 hp cavalry of his 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 unit, and proudly parade behind the wheel of a vehicle which is distinguished in particular by its “Papaya orange” livery, its “LM” markings. , its engine protection covered with 24 carat gold leaf (as on the F1 GTR of 1995), and its five-spoke OZ rims with central nut fixing, which again recall those of the McLaren F1 GTR victorious in the Sarthe il 25 years ago.
The McLaren Senna LM is offered in a limited edition by the British manufacturer, from copies of the McLaren Senna GTR which have not found a buyer (a little more than twenty according to the British manufacturer). Its price, however, has not been communicated.
Photo credit: McLaren Orlando / McLaren North Jersey