THE GREATEST NAME
McLaren’s lightest and most advanced hyper car ever. Weighing just 1198kg and powered by the same 4.0 litre twin turbo V8 as found in the 720s. Shrouded in a carbon fibre, monocoque chassis weighing just 99kg and with 789 bhp at its heart, the Senna is a track-focused machine.
Designed in collaboration with the Ayrton Senna institute and remains the only endorsed car to bare the Senna name.
Honed on the world’s most challenging racetracks, the Senna represents a valuable piece of automotive history. What McLaren achieved was a car that was 85kg than the 720s and its sculpted bodywork generating 40% more downforce than the McLaren P1.
What better way to honour the legend that is -
Why THIS, McLaren Senna
One of just 500 worldwide, and the only example in this specification. Presenting in showroom condition and being the only car the Senna institute approved to bare the name of the motorsport legend, Ayrton Senna
The Senna joins the marques ‘Super Series’ along side automotive legends like the McLaren F1 and P1. With these cars immortalised in motoring history they will go down as two of the greatest cars ever made. The Senna will be held to the same high status
This particular example is draped in £94,000 of McLaren Special Operations (MSO) extras and bespoke factory orders made by the original owner. Every single detail of this car has been careful considered to pay tribute to Ayrton Senna’s career-changing Formula One car
The fastest hypercar McLaren have ever made. A track car without compromise, legalised for road use but not sanitised to suit it. Inspired by one of the greatest drivers in the world. This is car utterly dedicated to allowing the driver to be the best they can possibly be
THE HYPERCAR TREND
The Holy Trinity
Low production hypercars such as Pagani and Koenigsegg have serious exclusivity and now fetch well into the millions - this trend has been the same for decades. The Ferrari 250 and 280 GTO, Lamborghini Miura and McLaren F1 are all prime examples of desirable cars hitting the 10's of millions.
In more recent times we have seen three cars known as ‘The Holy Trinity’ following the same pattern. This is an important trend to understand as we evaluate the potential of the McLaren Senna.
INVESTING IS ALL
When investing, timing is crucial, finding that pivotal moment to invest enables investors to maximise their returns. Analysing the data from other exclusive high-end hypercars and the “Holy Trinity” we see some key trends.
At launch high demand and competition from collectors creates an initial spike in valuations, leading selling prices considerably much higher than the MSRP.
1-2 years valuations begin to soften as the initial demand slows down.
After 5 years there is a second spike, when prices are more accessible and collectors capitalise on this.
5+ years Supply starts to become scarcer and prices rise
Vehicles included - Porsche 918 Spyder, La Ferrari, 911R, F12TDF, McLaren P1., Carrera GT, LFA Data taken from Glenmarch, Iconic Auctioneers, Sotheby's, Historic Auctions and Classic-GT
The Crowning Moment
For The McLaren Senna
Analysing the trends of previous generation hypercars, the McLaren Senna is on the cusp of its second spike. Having exceed its initial £1 million launch price in 2018 prices have since softened to a floor around £650,000.
In the last 12 months it seems collectors have already started to realise the potential of this pure-bred track machine. Demand is now on the rise again with prices increasing on average 11% in the last year alone* further indicating that the Senna is starting to climb again.
Decades of history repeating itself and the significance of this machine gives high confidence that the Senna will follow the same trends...