McLaren has built some pretty remarkable cars over the last decade and the Senna GTR is one of its absolute finest. To give us an excellent idea of what it is like to drive it, the Novitec Group put together a rather amusing review.
The first section highlights some of the wild aerodynamic components of the limited-run hypercar before the presenter jumps inside and discusses some of the features in the cabin. He then heads out onto a circuit for a brief test. While he isn’t able to push the Senna GTR to its limits, the video does provide us with an excellent idea of what it is like to drive a car as phenomenal as this.
Things get particularly entertaining towards the end of the video, when the Senna GTR is taken through a McDonald’s Drive-Thru. While it isn’t the most convenient car for something like this, it gets the job done. Well, almost…
The Senna GTR is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 pumping out 814 hp and 590 lb-ft (800 Nm) of torque, 25 hp more than the road-legal Senna.
As the Senna GTR was created to provide the ultimate on-track performance, it has a fully adjustable suspension that allows drivers to tweak the anti-roll bar stiffness, ride height and spring stiffness. Thanks to its wild aero pack, it also produces 1,000 kg (2,205 lbs) of downforce, allowing it to take corners at mind-bending speeds.