This “Fux Green” McLaren Senna joins a bespoke 720S that is also in the owner’s collection.
Though the engine specs are impressive — a 4.0-litre, twin-turbocharged V8 engine that produces 800PS and torque of 800Nm for 0-60mph in 2.7 seconds and 0—124mph in a blistering 6.8 seconds — the aerodynamics on the McLaren Senna are arguably most noteworthy.
The first North American designation of McLaren’s most extreme road car ever built, the McLaren Senna, has been delivered to customer Michael Fux in New York City. An entrepreneur, philanthropist and renowned car collector known for his eclectic taste, Mr. Fux’s Senna features an extensive list of bespoke content specified through McLaren Special Operations (MSO). The McLaren Senna owned by Mr. Fux will be on display on August 24 at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, during Monterey Car Week.
Perhaps most significant is the Full Visual Carbon Fibre Body, tinted in a custom emerald green colour known as “Fux Green”. Comprising 67 parts, the full body set takes almost 1,000 hours to produce. Blue and red wheel centre lock nuts and ball polished wheels complete the exterior, while the body colour is carried through
to the interior, with “Fux Green” Tinted Carbon in Gloss Finish complemented by a bright white leather facia, seats, door uppers, and steering wheel, with green contrast stitching on the seats and steering wheel. The headliner remains in Carbon Black Alcantara, while the door struts and rear-view mirror are painted in green.
Between now and 2025, 18 new McLaren models and derivatives to be launched
At 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed, luxury British sports car and supercar maker has announced its ambitious, wide-ranging business plan that will take the company to its fifteenth anniversary.
Track25 is an evolution of the Track22 plan that was first launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2016 and the updated plan now includes significant new milestones. McLaren is committed to ensuring that its sportscar and supercar range will be hybrid within seven years. The company will also continue its drive to win the new
supercar ‘weight race’ by ensuring, as it does today, that each of its products is the lightest in their segment. This complements a £50m investment in developing and manufacturing the future of lightweighting technology with the soon to-open McLaren Composites Technology Centre (MCTC). Once fully operational, the MCTC will mean around 57 per cent of vehicle content by value will be UK sourced.
World debut for new McLaren 600LT at Goodwood Festival of Speed
The quickest, most powerful and most track-focused – yet road legal – Sports Series McLaren made its dynamic world debut at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed. The arrival of the new 600LT, which is built to excel on roads and race circuits alike, marks both the beginning of the next chapter in the McLaren ‘Longtail’ (LT) story and the setting of a new benchmark for super-sportscar performance.