The Senna ‘only’ has 99 hp more than a GT2 RS, but in the real world it is much quicker.
The McLaren 600LT has 592 hp while the Porsche 911 GT2 RS has 690 hp, let’s see which one is faster.
This McLaren 720S Spider special has over $200,000 in custom touches from MSO.
The McLaren Senna model includes a remote control which operates the lights, doors and more.
This particular 720S managed to go slightly faster than what McLaren says – but does it really matter?.
The Apollo IE is powered by a Ferrari-derived V12 engine with 769 hp and is a proper hypercar in its own right.
On paper, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ has 50 HP more than the McLaren 720S.
McLaren says that the Senna GTR is their most extreme creation to date this side of a F1 car.
This McLaren 720S’s engine has been upgraded to now deliver 943 hp at the rear wheels.
The HPE900 kit has given the already extremely fast 720S a whopping 809 hp and 627 lb-ft at the wheels.
Bet you didn’t know Gordon Murray had Kenwood design an ultra lightweight CD changer specifically for the F1.
We don’t think that hue really suits the 600LT’s design, but as the saying goes, you pays your money…