McLaren Senna to hit 62mph in just 2.8 seconds, before topping out at 211mph

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We have seen a lot about new Senna from McLaren but didn’t know much about its specification sheets. Thankfully, we now know little about McLaren Senna just before its debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. It is meant as an ultimate road-legal track car. The power in the McLaren Senna comes from 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 engine that churns out 789 hp and 800 Nm of torque. Since, the weight of the vehicle is just 1198 kg and thus generates a massive downforce of 800kg. It can travel from 0 to 62 mph in just 2.8 seconds before hitting the top speed of 211 mph.

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McLaren Senna takes 6.8 seconds to reach 124mph from stagnant position whereas it covers quarter a mile in 9.9 seconds. The design language of Senna is aggressive and revolutionary to say the least. It is evident from the exhaust pipes and it exits from lowest rear deck that is 18 cm lower compared to the Super Series model. Carbon fiber rear wing is hydraulically operated and weighs just 10.7lbs but it supports more downforce that is 100 times from its own weight. The weight saving parts used in it is meant to increase the pace of the vehicle.

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McLaren Senna also incorporates dual-clutch 7-speed automatic gearbox along with RaceActive Chassis Control II (RCC II) system, bespoke Pirelli P ZERO Trofeo R tires and aero blades. The track car also encompasses one of the most advanced braking systems and in it each CCM-R carbon ceramic brake disc takes several months to create. Customers can also opt for high-grade leathers and a wide ‘Touring’ spec for the carbon fiber seat. It will also come with parking sensors and the rear-view camera with no additional cost. Nonetheless, buyers will have to pay out for ultra-weight 7-speaker Bowers & Wilkins audio system which is just 16lbs.

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