Now, before the end of 2018, McLaren (or McLaren Special Operations) again represents a special P1 GTR inspired by Formula 1.
It’s McLaren P1 GTR Senna, a unique copy made in honor of the 30th anniversary of the first Senna’s championship title in Formula 1.
In 1988, Senna won the title with McLaren MP4/4, and on this occasion, this McLaren P1 GTR Senna is painted in the same Marlboro colors. This includes Rocket Red and Anniversary White, as well as the Senn’s number “12” on the car’s nose.
This racing model in the name is otherwise labeled GTR, modeled on the former F1 GTR, which in 1995 won the 24-hour Le Mans.
In any case, the P1 GTR has a more aggressive appearance than the standard version P1 (including front spoiler, thresholds, fixed rear spoiler and rear diffuser), as well as improved aerodynamics, larger dowmforce (800 kg), side polycarbonate glasses, (a car is lower by 50 mm), a wider track of tracks (80mm forward), a new exhaust system, 19-inch wheels, a small Brazilian flag on the door, details with 24-carat gold, slightly less weight and more power known for how much power this drive has, but the hybrid drive system in the standard P1 GTR has 1000 hp).
Also, the steering wheel with Alcantara, carbon fiber and lightweight seats stands out in the unusual position, and the owner of this specimen (otherwise McLaren’s collector) will also receive a helmet in the colors used by Ayrton Senna.