The McLaren Senna is one of the most exclusive hypercars ever made, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make yours a little more special. This particular McLaren Senna customer has chosen a very unique specification that includes exposed carbon fiber body panels and gold accents for a special Senna of its own.
At the 2018 Geneva Auto Show, McLaren unveiled five special edition Sennas, one of which included the carbon theme. This exceptional Senna project was managed by McLarens Special Operations (MSO), which addresses the unique needs of clients.
To build an exposed carbon Senna requires extreme attention to detail as the carbon fiber weaves need to line up perfectly. With the carbon fiber exposed, McLaren uses a glossy clear coat to protect it from the elements. McLaren says it takes around 1,000 hours to make the exposed Senna carbon fiber. The cost is estimated to be over $ 420,000 for the carbon fiber work on display alone. If you want an official quote, be sure to contact your local McLaren dealer.
As with all special cars worth more than a house, this McLaren Senna joins a very special car collection. The owner seems to like carbon fiber a lot as he also owns a Bugatti Chiron with exposed carbon fiber. This unique car collection is the result of the craftsman at the top of his industry who builds functional works of art.
Of the 500 McLaren Sennas around the world, this particular example stands out for its unique carbon fiber workmanship and gold accents. When buying a limited-stroke hypercar it takes a lot of work to make it even more special, but if you have the money and the time, it makes sense to pursue the ultimate single race.