Hear that wild roar of the McLaren Senna from Novitec

Hear that wild roar of the McLaren Senna from Novitec

August 7, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Tuning studio Novitec has presented a 900-horsepower version of the British supercar McLaren Senna. Besides increasing the engine power by 100 hp, the supercar received a very cool exhaust sound.

When McLaren unveiled the Senna sports coupe, it set a new paradigm for what a supercar can be. Despite the fact that this is a rather powerful car, there were those who wanted to add even more performance to it. As a result, the tuning company Novitec upgraded the engine of the British car to more than 900 horsepower. As part of his latest video, renowned car blogger Shmee takes a detailed tour of the redesigned McLaren.

The McLaren Senna is one of the world’s most exclusive supercars.

While the first goal of the atelier was to add power to the British car, the tuner also decided to install a more efficient braking system, improve the supercar’s grip on the road and improve cooling of its rapidly heating components and assemblies.

At first glance, the Novitec version of the McLaren Senna supercar looks very similar to the standard British car. This is not surprising, as the blogger mentions that the biggest modifications are an extra 100 hp, a racing exhaust system and a new set of wheels.

While the extra power and new wheels are notable modifications, the new, more efficient exhaust system can rightfully be called the adornment of this car. The system sounds indistinguishable from a GT3 race car that warms up before starting. The tubes are made of Inconel, a chromium-nickel metal alloy commonly used in the aerospace industry. The high temperature resistance of the material means that the system can be made lighter.

Novitec Senna is one tenth of a second faster than a standard car when accelerating to 100 km / h and three tenths faster in the sprint from 0 to 200 km / h.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that they tried to smuggle the McLaren 620R under the guise of Porsche. Customs officers in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, arrested a McLaren, which they tried to import into the state under the guise of a completely different car.