Amalgam McLaren Senna 1:8 Scale Model

Apr 11, 2019

Category: Gear

Originally showcased around the world at events like the Geneva Motor Show and the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Amalgam’s stunningly-beautiful McLaren Senna 1:8 Scale Model has already garnered a lot of attention and acclaim. But the brand has just stepped thing up a notch by releasing a new version complete with functional lighting.

Built to the same exacting standards as the first-run limited edition hypercar replica, this one looks like you could climb in and drive off — if it weren’t a fraction of the actual car’s size, that is. Everything is perfect from the carbon fiber detailing around the body to the tiniest details in the interior. This new version, however, also has onboard lighting (both interior and exterior) and electronically-controlled doors — all controllable via an included remote. This masterfully-made model doesn’t come cheap though, with pricing set at a whopping $13,444 each.

Purchase: $13,444

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