The production version of the McLaren Senna GTR will appear on February 15?February 11, 2019
Only 75 copies of a special version of the British coupe will be produced. The price of each of them will be 1 430 000 dollars
McLaren Senna is one of the greatest supercars you can’t buy. Absolutely all 500 planned copies of the car have already been bought, the first deliveries to customers began in the last quarter of last year. One such supercar costs about 900,000 dollars.
British coupe McLaren Senna can be called a rare car. What can we say about the version of the Senna GTR, which is intended for use on the racetrack. This is even more expensive and rare execution of the model – only 75 copies of the Senna GTR will be released, and the price of each of them will be 1,430,000 dollars.
Nearly one and a half million dollars is a significant amount for a supercar, but in fact this is not a problem for 75 future owners of this car – absolutely all copies of the Senna GTR have already been sold.
According to the foreign edition of The Supercar Blog, one of those rich people who ordered the GTR Senna told them that on February 15, 2019, the production version of the supercar will be presented. This means that next week we will see the 813-strong speed monster in all its glory.
Compared with the normal version of the British Senna coupe, the track-oriented GTR version, although more expensive, will have the most weight. All airbags as well as the infotainment system screen and dashboard display will be removed. A new racing-style steering wheel will appear with integrated shift paddles and a radar collision avoidance system in the rear. Air conditioning will remain unchanged.
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