In 2018, McLaren decided to honor the prolific F1 driver, Ayrton Senna, with a limited, 500-model run of supercars. They were lauded as the most track-focused road faring examples that the manufacturer had ever produced, and before hitting the production line, the vehicles had sold out entirely, leaving collectors who were late to inquire without a means of recourse. Now, the company has announced the Senna XP Exclusive Edition, a trio of platforms honoring the driver’s greatest victories.
The Senna XP supercar is a testament to the life of the late F1 pilot, honoring his most decisive races and podium finishes by dressing each car in a livery that demarcates the hosting countries’ colors of the corresponding Grand Prix. The first, a black, gray, and red Master of Monaco edition, celebrates Senna’s six wins at the circuit — five of which were consecutive victories. The next, a blue, red and black Lap of the Gods edition, recalls Senna’s 5th-to-1st victory at Donington Park in the UK during the 1993 season. And the final edition — a green, yellow, and black platform dubbed Home Victory — recognizes Ayrton’s home country of Brazil and his first home win in 1991. If you’re interested in acquiring one of your own, you should head to O’Gara Coach and McLaren Beverly Hills’ website, where the trio is available exclusively for $1,435,328 each.
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