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One of the first McLaren Senna hypercars has been delivered to one of the company's biggest fans in North America, complete with an extensive list of options specified through in-house bespoke designers McLaren Special Operations (MSO).
Commissioned by entrepreneur, philanthropist and renowned car collector Michael Fux in New York City, the Senna hypercar is the second McLaren Fux has ordered in the last year after taking delivery of a highly customised 'Fux Fuchsi' 720S at Pebble Beach in 2017. Just like the 720S, Fux's new Senna is far from standard spec.
The most significant change is the 67-piece Full Visual Carbon Fibre body panels painted in a custom 'Fux Green' paint. According to McLaren the full set takes almost 1000 hours to build and paint. The carbon body is matched with chrome wheels and red and blue centre-locking wheel nuts.
While the hue ensures this Senna is unique to any of its siblings, it's still fully-functional as a track-focused weapon as the Senna's carbon body produces a massive 800kg of downforce at 250 km/h.
The green body colour carried through to the interior with tinted carbon with gloss finish trim pieces paired with bright white leather facia, seats, door uppers and steering wheel with green contrast stitching on the seats and steerings wheel. The headliner remains in Carbon Black Alcantara, while the door struts and rear-view mirror are painted in green.
“We’re pleased to deliver the first McLaren Senna in the North American market,” said McLaren North America President, Tony Joseph.
"This is such a special car, designed and engineered to be the ultimate road-legal track car ever produced by McLaren. We know that owners can’t wait to get their cars on the circuit, and we’re eager for them to get behind the wheel.”
The McLaren Senna is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 engine delivering 588kW of power and 800Nm of torque. With a dry weight of 1198kg, the Senna can accelerate to to 100km/h in 2.8 seconds, 200 km/h in 6.8 seconds and complete the quarter mile in 9.9 seconds.
McLaren will only build 500 examples of the Senna and all have now been sold with a starting price of $1.5m.
While the McLaren Senna is not a direct replacement to the P1 - the only previous model in McLaren's top-tier Ultimate Series - the new model will sit alongside the hybrid hypercar and upcoming three-seat 'hyper GT' codenamed BP23.
The Senna now joins Fux's collection of around 130 vehicles including 25 Ferraris - one of which is the only road-legal FXX in the world - 12 Porsches, 11 Aston Martins and six Rolls-Royces.