McLaren Miniaturizes An Elite Supercar With The Pint-Sized Senna ‘Ride-On’

Aug 18, 2020

Category: Rides

Owning a McLaren might be at the top of many people’s bucket lists, but if you had the opportunity to procure one for only $492, would you take the bait? While it might not be a traditional model, you’ll finally be able to make your dream come true with the “Ride-On” — a pint-sized supercar based on the brand’s sumptuous Senna.

The McLaren Senna “Ride-On” is certainly meant for children, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t add it to your track-focused collection. Last year, the automotive manufacturer released a similarly-scaled model revolving around the 720S, and due to the popularity of the project, they’ve decided to offer the treatment to one of their most sought-after supercars. Here, the less-than-extreme track car pays homage to the iconic original through the implementation of five different colorways — black, white, Mira orange, Vega blue, and Memphis red — while providing a sixth special-edition color that references Ayrton Senna’s favorite race-worn helmet. When inside, young drivers will be able to “start” the car via an authentic push-button, spurring sounds from the vehicle’s original engine. There’s even an infotainment system for those long drives down the driveway. Head to McLaren’s website to pick up one of your own for $492.

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