McLaren’s baby Long Tail model is a playful 592hp track beast.
This twin turbocharged Viper GTS needed a rolling start just to hang with the ultra aerodynamic McLaren 720S.
The two supercars raced down a 1/2 mile straight at a recent Wannagofast drag racing event.
This McLaren 720S by Wheels Boutique is said to put down a monstrous 943 HP to the wheels.
It may very well come alone on a track, but on public roads this is just another very nicely specced 720S.
Its styling might be divisive, but, as the Grand Tour host found out, the Senna is massively fast.
The former F1 champion who moonlights as a YouTuber drove the Senna on a track.
McLaren’s new 600LT Spider is 110.2 lbs (50 kg) heavier than the Coupe, yet can hit 60 mph in an identical 2.8 seconds.
The scale model comes with interchangeable rims, minifigure driver and wind tunnel, and costs £12,99 in the UK.
McLaren’s supercar was unleashed on the German track by a pro racing driver .
The 903 hp produced by the hybrid powertrain also help the P1 hit 62 mph in 2.9 seconds .
Here’s hoping no other McLaren Senna models go up in flames like this.