McLaren 2019 Senna New + McLaren P1 = Rare Coming soon + For Sale
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- The McLaren Senna and a Very competitive price €1.08m for January 2019 delivery....plus coms....
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Specs and history.
The McLaren Senna is a limited-production mid-engine sports car manufactured by McLaren Automotive. The car is the newest addition in the McLaren Ultimate Series, joining the F1 and the P1; however, it is not a direct successor to both of the cars, instead being the McLaren Speedtail for the F1. The Senna was unveiled online by the company on December 10, 2017, with the official unveiling taking place at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.
McLaren Senna on display at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show
P15 (internal code)
Woking, Surrey, England
Body and chassis
Sports car (S)
Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive
MonoCage III carbon fiber monocoque
McLaren Senna GTR
4.0 L M840TR twin-turbocharged V8
800 PS (588 kW; 789 hp)
590 lb?ft (800 N?m)
1,198 kg (2,641 lb)
The car is named after the Brazilian Formula One race car driver Ayrton Senna, honouring and giving tribute to his success with the McLaren Formula One Team between 1988 and 1993 Formula 1 seasons. Senna won three Formula One World Driver's Championship titles and thirty-five Formula One Grand Prix with the team; McLaren also won four consecutive Formula One World Constructor's Championship titles with Senna as part of their driver line-up.
McLaren Automotive holds the rights to the Senna family name along with the Instituto Ayrton Senna. The organization and McLaren have made the Senna name exclusive to the car, thereby prohibiting any other company from using the name.
McLaren's main focus while designing the Senna was to achieve faster lap times. In order to do so, McLaren developed a lightweight design that incorporated aerodynamic elements.
The Senna is largely based on the McLaren 720S, using a modified version of its carbon fibre monocoque and engine. The Senna is powered by a modified version of the 720S' 3,994 cc (4.0 L; 243.7 cu in) twin-turbocharged V8 engine codenamed the M840TR. It utilises a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that delivers all 800 PS (789 bhp; 588 kW) at 7,250 rpm and 590 lb?ft (800 N?m) of torque at 5,500 rpm to the rear wheels. Unlike the previous offering in the Ultimate Series, the P1, the Senna does not use an electric motor in favour of its low dry weight of 1,198 kg (2,641 lb), which allows for a power-to-weight ratio of 658 hp (491 kW; 667 PS) per ton.
Carbon fibre aerodynamic pieces constitute the car, with a large adjustable double-element rear wing (that is operated electronically and has various settings in order to provide optimum performance while also acting as an airbrake), double-element diffuser, Formula One-inspired roof scoop, front and side air intakes, rear air louvres, and large front fenders. Inside the panel beside the intakes is a small set of mini-canards. Areas of low pressure are accompanied using high-performance radiators that ensure improved engine cooling. The car uses dihedral doors, like the previous offerings in the Ultimate Series, and also has optional windows applied on the lower area of its doors.
The Senna uses a new generation of Brembo's carbon ceramic brakes, containing a compound that has three and a half times better thermal conductivity than before, making the brakes smaller and lighter. It also features a new set of lightweight center-lock alloy wheels designed for Pirelli P-Zero Trofeo R tyres. Its central design is a new generation of McLaren's carbon fibre monocoque named MonoCage III, which contributes to the car's relatively low dry weight. The car utilises a top mounted inconel-titanium exhaust system with three outlet pipes in order for a better engine sound track and engine emissions. The interior consists largely of exposed carbon fibre and alcantara, with seats that can be upholstered in alcantara or leather, depending on the customer's preference. Behind the two seats is room large enough for two helmets and race suits, reflecting the car's minimalist and track focused design. The car utilises McLaren's hydraulic RaceActive Chassis Control II (RCC II) suspension along with double-wishbone control arms.
In February 2018, McLaren released the full performance statistics of the track-oriented Senna model:
0–100 km/h (0–62 mph): 2.7 seconds.
0–200 km/h (0–124 mph): 6.8 seconds.
0–300 km/h (0–186 mph): 17.5 seconds.
Standing 1?4 mile (402 m): 9.9 seconds.
Power-to-weight ratio: 659 hp/tonne.
Top speed: 211 mph (340 km/h) (redline limited).
Every car will be hand-built at the McLaren Production Centre in Woking, Surrey, England with a production run of just 500 units, all of which are already sold. The McLaren Senna is listed at the price of £750,000 (US$837,000) with the final car auctioned at a price of £1,916,793 (US$2,670,000). Deliveries are scheduled to begin in the third quarter of 2018.
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- The 5 photos in this ad is a samples...
- Rare 1 of 675 made...Carbon coming...
- was capable of reaching speeds of 218 mph (351 km/h)
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Specs and History
- The McLaren P1 is a British limited-production plug-in hybrid sports car produced by McLaren. The concept car was capable of reaching speeds of 218 mph (351 km/h) with the limiter on.
- Debuted at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, retail began in the UK in October 2013 and all 375 units were sold out by November. Production ended in December 2015. The United States accounted for 34% of the units and Europe for 26%.
- It was considered to be the successor to the F1, utilizing hybrid power and Formula 1 technology, but did not have the same three seat layout as its predecessor. Like the F1, the P1 is a mid-engine, rear wheel drive design that used a carbon fibre monocoque and roof structure safety cage concept called MonoCage, which is a development of the MonoCell first used in the MP4-12C and then in subsequent models.
-Its main competitors were the LaFerrari and the Porsche 918. They are all similar in specifications and performance, and in a race round Silverstone circuit they were all within a second of each other, the P1 finishing first at 58.24 sec and the LaFerrari finishing at 58.58 sec; the Porsche was in-between with 58.46 sec.
A track version of the P1, the P1 GTR, was unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
- Production of the GTR was limited and only original P1 owners were invited to buy one. The McLaren P1 is also one of the main rivals going against the Porsche 918 Spyder, and the Ferrari LaFerrari.
The P1 features a 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 petrol engine. The twin turbos boost the petrol engine at 1.4 bar to deliver 727 bhp (737 PS; 542 kW) and 531 lb·ft (720 N·m) of torque at 7,500 rpm, combined with an in-house developed electric motor producing 177 bhp (179 PS; 132 kW) and 192 lb·ft (260 N·m). With both engine and the electric motor, the P1 has a total power and torque output of 904 bhp (917 PS; 674 kW) and 723 lb·ft (980 N·m) of torque respectively. The electric motor can be deployed manually by the driver or left in automatic mode, whereby the car's ECUs 'torque fill' the gaps in the petrol engine's output, which is considered turbo lag. This gives the powertrain an effective powerband of almost 7,000 rpm. The car is rear-wheel-drive with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission developed by Graziano.
Power for the electric motor is stored in a 324-cell lithium-ion high density battery pack located behind the cabin, developed by Johnson Matthey Battery Systems. The battery can be charged by the engine or through a plug-in equipment and can be fully charged in two hours. The car can be operated using either the petrol engine, the electric motor or with a combination of the two. The P1 has an all-electric range of at least 10 km (6.2 mi) on the combined European drive cycle. Under the EPA cycle, the range in EV mode is 19 mi (31 km). During EV mode the P1 has a petrol consumption of 4.8g/100 mile, and as a result, EPA's all-electric range is rated as zero.
-The total range is 330 mi (530 km). The P1 combined fuel economy in EV mode was rated by the EPA at 18 MPGe (13 L petrol equivalent/100 km; 22 mpg-imp petrol equivalent), with an energy consumption of 25 kW-hrs/100 mi and petrol consumption of 4.8 gal-US/100 mi. The combined fuel economy when running only with petrol is 17 mpg?US (14 L/100 km; 20 mpg?imp), 16 mpg?US (15 L/100 km; 19 mpg?imp) for city driving, and 20 mpg?US (12 L/100 km; 24 mpg?imp) in highway.
The P1 has Formula 1 derived features such as the Instant Power Assist System (IPAS), which gives an instant boost in acceleration via the electric motor, a Drag Reduction System (DRS) which operates the car's rear wing, thereby increasing straight line speed, and a KERS. Both of these features (IPAS, DRS) are operated via two buttons on the steering wheel. It also generates a downforce of 600 kg at 160 mph and it boasts of drag coefficient of only 0.34.
The P1 accelerates from 0–62 mph (0–100 km/h) in 2.8 seconds, 0–200 km/h (0–124 mph) in 6.8 seconds, and 0–299 km/h (0–186 mph) in 16.5 seconds, making it a full 5.5 seconds faster than the F1. It completes a standing quarter mile in 9.75 seconds at 246 km/h (153 mph).
- The P1 is electronically limited to a top speed of 218 mph (351 km/h), but is capable of reaching a top speed of 401 km/h (249 mph) with the limiter removed. The P1 has a dry weight of 1,395 kg (3,075 lb), giving it a power-to-weight ratio of 647 bhp/tonne.
- It has a kerb weight of 1,547 kg (3,411 lb) which translates to 593 bhp/ tonne. Actual kerb weight (full tank of fuel, no luggage or people) of US-spec vehicles is 3411 lb. The P1 also features bespoke Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tyres and specially developed carbon-ceramic brakes from Akebono. It takes 6.2 seconds to brake from 190 mph (300 km/h) to standstill, during which it will cover 246 metres. From 97 km/h (60 mph), it will cover 30.2 metres.
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