The manufacturer McLaren is best known for super sportscars utilizing racetrack technology and maximum performance. The purchase of one of these luxurious sportscars marks a true enthusiast.
The McLaren P1 was long regarded to be the successor to the legendary F1. This was mostly due to the extensive use of racing technology, like the Monocoque from carbon fibre, the hybrid power output of 903 HP or its aerodynamical characteristics. The P1 is limited to only 375 units and delivers a similarly exclusive driving experience with its acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in only 2.8 seconds.
With the P1 GTR McLaren delivered a racetrack version, which was built only 58 times.
The McLaren Senna was the third car in McLarens Ultimate Series, after the F1 and P1. Like the name suggests the Senna is thoroughly an homage to the racetrack. The Senna is no hybrid and makes use of its 800 Hp with a top speed of 340 km/h.
The Senna GTR is thus the true racetrack version with 825 HP being much more agile and fast in curves. With only 75 produced units it is also a true collector`s item.
As the fourth car in the Ultimate Series McLaren introduced the Speedtail. Reaching a top speed of more than 400 km/h and a systemic output of 1050 HP it speaks to a very exclusive clientele.
McLaren Elva – the fifth of the Ultimate Series. The Elva is the lightest sportscar in McLarens history and the first open top. Only 249 units will be produced. With a power of 815 HP and an acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in under 3 seconds the Elva delivers not only the feeling of freedom in a roadster, but the adrenaline rush of a true sportscar.