McLaren introduced a version of the supercar Senna for childrenAugust 18, 2020
For $ 582, according to a press release from the British automaker. you can buy a smaller version of the McLaren Senna supercar for your child. The machine, which is equipped with an electric motor, is striking in its detail.
McLaren has unveiled an exclusive version of the Senna supercar. The machine is powered exclusively by electricity. You can buy it for $ 582, according to a McLaren press release.
Naturally, we are not talking about a real version of the powerful supercar. The novelty has an electric motor.
This car will not be able to drive on normal roads or ride on a race track at high speeds. For that matter, you (most likely) won’t ride it at all, although McLaren F1 pilot Lando Norris has distorted his body just enough to fit behind the wheel of this car. This is the latest battery-powered McLaren Ride-On kids’ car and joins a range of similar vehicles that includes a heavily scaled-down model of the 720S and the iconic P1 hybrid supercar.
As in previous similar creations for our children, this electric model of a real supercar has a top speed equivalent to fast walking, but speed is not the point here. This mini Senna has steep double doors, service brakes and brake lights, and push-button start just like a real supercar. Pressing this button plays the snacks sound of a real supercar engine, and the on-board infotainment system can play music from an SD card or USB powered device.
Young British supercar enthusiasts can choose the mini McLaren in six different colors, including white, black, Mira orange, Vega blue, Memphis red and yellow with green accents. It is noteworthy that the latter color combination was used for the coloring of the racing helmet of the legendary racer Senna.
Not so Danvo, AutoTimesNews wrote that listen to this wild roar of McLaren Senna from the Novitec studio. 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.
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