Number 44 of 75 models of one of the greatest performance cars ever produced is up for sale at Bring a Trailer — and it can be yours for over $1 Million. We’re talking about the McLaren Senna GTR, a much faster variation of the vehicle that smashed Car and Driver’s “Lightning Lap” at Virginia International Raceway.
The Senna GTR is produced by McLaren Automotive — the offshoot of McLaren Racing — and is quite simply the definition of performance. This customer-car-subsidy was founded after McLaren Racing competed in motorsport for decades with great success. These vehicles produced by McLaren Automotive proved to be some of the fastest, most powerful, and most iconic ever to come off of the production line. The Senna GTR lives up to McLaren’s legacy with no questions asked.
Clad in downforce-generating pieces and with a price tag exceeding the standard Senna’s by over $400,000, the Senna GTR costs an exceptionally pretty penny. Well over 170-million pennies at that, or the $1,706,262 it was purchased new for from McLaren Newport Beach. The Senna GTR has racked up a mere 705 kilometers, or 438 miles, from its only owner before heading to auction.
This track monster is specified in white paired with black Alcantara and 19″ center-lock wheels partnered with 285/650 front and 325/705 rear Pirelli tires. The same suspension set found on McLaren’s 720S GT3 racing car come standard in the Senna GTR, as do Öhlins dampers and configurable anti-roll bars. Orange-covered six- and four-piston aluminum monobloc calipers clamp down on carbon-ceramic rotors for an impeccable stopping distance. The paint and bodywork reflect the car’s two-year age and are in perfect condition with no damage reported. Protection film coats a variety of surfaces to ensure the paint will remain in stellar condition.
The list of features integrated to this Senna GTR go on. Rearview cameras, an anti-collision radar system, roll cage, air conditioning (if you can believe it), and an anti-lock brake system have found its way to the number 44 GTR.
Opening the Senna GTR’s butterfly doors reveal the Alcantara-upholstered racing bucket seats and carbon steering yoke. The yoke hosts a variety of controls, including a knob for stability control and powertrain options. A passenger seat and pit-to-car radio are other options present in this Senna GTR.
The Senna GTR is powered by a 4.0L, twin-turbo V8 that churns out 814 horsepower and 590 lb/ft of torque. These horses are sent to the rear wheels only through an eight-speed, dual-clutch-automatic transmission.
The Bring a Trailer listing for Senna GTR number 44 ends on May 10; the current bid sits at $1.1M. To bid, comment on the listing, or find more information, click here.