McLaren Senna with Gloss Carbon is one of the rarest hypercars arrives on Australian shores

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McLaren Senna Australia

Australian may be a developed and wealthy country in many aspects but unfortunately, it is not home to several modern hypercars that are available elsewhere. Hence, big names such as the McLaren Senna doesn’t pop in Australian market quite often. However, one such example landed Down Under and is up for sale thanks to an exotic car dealership based in Sydney. It is still unclear at this point how many McLaren Senna found its way to mainland Australia, but we are expecting to be around dozen or few more. Nonetheless, this example is one of the best-looking Senna we have seen across the world not just Australia.

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This particular example of McLaren Senna is listed on Classico Motori that has a chassis number 252 out of 500 units produced worldwide. Majority of the exterior of the hypercar is covered in gloss carbon fiber covers. It is complemented by host of accents and parts finished in bright yellow such as in the underwings of the rear wing and the roof scoop. It can also be found on yellow brake calipers, gloss black wheels, and blue center caps. Owner of this McLaren Senna seems to have a terrific taste and specced out a model that looks astonishing.

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Inside of the Senna follows the same paradigm and is just fabulous. The seats are cladded in blue carbon fiber and sport back Alcanatara sections and yellow contrast stitching. Additionally, there is also yellow seat belts, matte carbon fiber across the dashboard and yellow door struts. As a refresher, Senna is powered with twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine that is rated at 789hp and 800 Nm of torque and is mated with seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that sends power to rear wheels. It takes 2.8 seconds to hit 0-60mph and has a limited top speed of 211mph.

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