Carbon fiber McLaren Senna looks amazingMarch 7, 2021
One of McLaren’s customers has ordered an exclusive Senna supercar with open body panels made of carbon fiber.
The McLaren Senna is one of the most exclusive supercars ever built by a British brand, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make it a little more special. This particular McLaren Senna owner has chosen a very unique specification for his car, which includes exposed carbon fiber body panels and gold accents.
At the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, McLaren unveiled five special versions of the Senna, one of which boasted carbon trim.
The creation of these versions of the exclusive car was carried out by the guys from the McLaren Special Operations (MSO) division, who are engaged in creating versions of the brand’s models that satisfy absolutely all customer preferences.
Creating a carbon fiber Senna requires special attention to detail, as the carbon fiber weave needs to be perfectly matched to each other. Introducing carbon fiber, McLaren uses a glossy clear finish to protect it from the elements. McLaren says the carbon fiber Senna takes about 1,000 hours to make. This version of the supercar is estimated at a little more than $ 420,000.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the McLaren Artura hybrid supercar was officially presented. British brand McLaren today, February 17, organized the official presentation of a new hybrid supercar called Artura.
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