Here's every production McLaren Senna delivered/unveiled thus far
As the first few McLaren Senna’s are just beginning to be collected by their owners, I thought that I’d create a follow up post to one I made 5 months ago - showcasing every pre-production Senna that had been spotted or unveiled at the time. Which of the following examples do you prefer?
On 25/07/18 McLaren Senna 001 was unveiled at McLaren’s Technology Centre in Woking. This example’s design was presumably inspired by Bugatti’s L’Or Blanc Veyron: featuring very similar Anniversary White and Aurora Blue patterns across the exterior. The car is currently embarking on its maiden road trip, travelling from Surrey to Circuit Paul Ricard alongside 3 other Sennas.
On 15/07/18 McLaren Senna 002 was spotted at Miller Motorcars in Connecticut. The car’s owner is notorious for the bold colour choices prevalent throughout his collection. For his Senna he took a lot of inspiration from his former McLaren P1; resulting in a Senna awash with green carbon-fibre both inside and out.
On 17/07/18 McLaren Senna 003 was delivered to McLaren Newport Beach in California. Though it doesn’t feature a spec as wild as others on this list, this Papaya Spark example does feature a central pinstripe that is so far unique to this car. The owner also owns MSO HS 03 and 12C HS 03 (both are finished orange, too).
On 10/05/18 McLaren Senna 004 was first photographed during its production at the factory. When completed in the very near future, the car will feature a Volcano Yellow body with Azura Blue details. The car will either be residing in Geneva or Riyadh alongside a number of the owner’s other cars (Centenario Roadster, Chiron, Huayra etc.).
Though barely any images are currently available of this Senna, It’s the one I’m most excited for. This Senna, purchased by an incredible collection in Bahrain, will be finished entirely in purple-tinted matte carbon-fibre. Once delivered it will be joining McLaren F1 006 and McLaren P1 006.
On 09/05/18 McLaren Senna 008 was delivered to its owner through McLaren Ascot. Despite being the final car on this list, this was actually the very first customer Senna delivered to its owner anywhere in the world. Though the owner has said that the car will benefit from a racing livery somewhere down the line, it’s currently configured entirely in black (with a few extra red details to match his other McLarens, obviously).