A track-ready toy for the little ones
McLaren has just revealed its newest creation, and it'll surely get you gearhead parents buzzing. Meet the new McLaren Senna Ride-On, the latest toy car to roll out of the British carmaker's plant.As its name suggests, it's
Not all of them are found in expensive exotics
A starter button on the dashboard? Snore. Somehow, it's more interesting-more Italian-to locate it on the steering wheel. Audi does that in the R8 V10. Lots of Ferraris do the same. But the Alfa Romeo Giulia brings a slice
Some companies are never satisfied
The McLaren Senna isn't really about straight-line performance. But of course, it has plenty of it, anyway-789hp and 799Nm from the same 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 as the 720S means 0-100kph in 2.8sec, 0-200ph
The former prototypes have been given the McLaren Special Operations treatment
The McLaren Senna is a carbon-tubbed, 335kph, 789hp monster. It's the most extreme road car McLaren has ever built. But then, it was always going to be given who they named it after.So, how do you make a car
A pure track machine
Yes, and it's a pretty big one, because it means the Senna GTR is faster than a full-house 720S GT3 car. How much faster? An order of seconds per lap, says McLaren, although the carmaker is coy about further detail.
Made up of 467,854 Lego pieces and weighing 1,700kg
Why are we showing you a photo of a McLaren Senna coarsely pixelated and sent down a 56k modem? We're not. It's something vastly more wonderful. A McLaren Senna rendered in full size out of Lego.Not entirely out of
Our kind of vlogger
The McLaren Senna is one of the most fearsome beasts to ever come out of the British performance car manufacturer's stable. See it in action on the track in the hands of none other than Nico Rosberg. On a side note,
It’s still ugly, but also quite cute
Lego's recreations of the latest greatest performance cars are arriving just as thick and fast as McLaren's droves of supercars. And here's the latest combination of the two: Lego's McLaren Senna.It's as angular as you'd
Not traditionally beautiful, but beautifully effective. Beware the wing
Downforce isn't beautiful. Up until this year, we weren't sure. Then the McLaren Senna arrived, its appearance mostly aquatic bottom feeder with a dash of kitchen implement, and it was settled. Downforce is ugly.But form follows function, and McLaren
It looks better than the Senna, too
Welcome to this month's new wing with a McLaren attached. With the internet's resting heart rate finally recovering from the palpitations induced by the challenging appearance of the 789hp McLaren Senna, Woking has aimed its stripping-out sockets and souping-
It's almost perfect
Sounds a lot, doesn't it? It's important that you know right at the outset that 789bhp is the least impressive thing about the Senna. The brakes, oh my god, the brakes. On Silverstone's Hanger Straight, stopping from something approaching
A bonkers, track-only version
We've not yet fully digested the bonkers stats of the McLaren Senna. Yet here to scramble our brains further is a bonkers, track-only version. Meet the McLaren Senna GTR."The track-only McLaren Senna GTR will have more power, more
*Open to argument, of course
I'm standing next to what can only be described as a McLaren 720S subjected to a state-sponsored doping program. It's swapped beautiful for brutal and soft undulations for jagged voids. Your eyes flit around it, not knowing where to
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