The Senna LM is an homage to the legendary F1 LM that McLaren launched in the 1990s to celebrate its overall win in the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans with the F1 GTR race car.
The Senna LM is based on the Senna GTR track car but has been modified to be legal on the street. It also features numerous unique elements to set it apart from the standard Sennas, as well as link it to the F1 LM.
The list includes the retro wheels similar to those used on the race-winning F1 GTR, along with louvers on the front fenders, the removal of the clear panel in the doors, and real gold on some of the mechanical parts. This includes the famous 24-carat gold coating for the heat shields in the engine bay.
The 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 has also been modified so that it now delivers somewhere in the 800-horsepower range, up from the standard Senna’s 789 PS. Modifications include port and polished heads, as well as new induction and exhaust systems. You’ll notice even the exhaust tips feature gold accents.
McLaren is building just 20 examples of the Senna LM.Also 3 similar cars known as the Senna Can-Am editions.
The car features the LM-style centre-lock wheels and sports a roof scoop but sadly missing are the double canards at the front, the drastic diffuser and the menacing rear spoiler from the GTR.
Price £1.3 million before taxes and you can only have it on this special McLaren Orange paint. This colour was used on the original McLaren LM and can also be seen on their Formula 1.