The 2020 McLaren Senna GTR is a track-only supercar. You may drive it on public roads, but its whole structure and characteristics indicate its track-only inclination. Like most McLaren supercars, the 2020 McLaren Senna GTR is lightweight, fast, and a strong race car. The difference is that it's better in terms of track performance, aerodynamics, and handling. The aggressive-looking race car comes with a hard-to-miss revised exterior. The new splitter, raised center section, distinctly shaped vents, new dive panels and vortex generators at the corners, aggressive side skirts, and larger vents are all parts of the revised design.
The 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine powers the McLaren Senna GTR and offers 814 horsepower and 590 lb.-ft of torque. This excellent race car can sprint up to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds. McLaren Senna GTR is the fastest race car by McLaren after Formula 1. The interior of the GTR is completely track-oriented. With minimum distracting features, the interior comes with an FIA-approved roll cage and an FIA-approved carbon-fiber racing seat with a six-point harness. The additional features include a fire extinguishing system, pneumatic air jacks, pit radio, and a data logger. The air-conditioning system is still there so that drivers will feel comfortable in all track environments.
The 2020 McLaren Senna GTR has buttons for pit lane speed, launch control, and a light rain dynamic setting. Like the McLaren Senna, the engine start button is mounted on the roof. The interior showcases black carpet on the door sills, an Alcantara headliner, and satin finish carbon-fiber trim. In the driver screen, you can see the critical data like a row of gearshift LEDs along the top edge and additional LEDs that count down the closing distance of cars behind through the anti-collision radar system. The center display shows the view from the rear-mounted camera. There is a camera in the cabin and one forward-facing camera which records your performance on the track.
The race car comes with various safety features, including tire pressure and temperature sensors, brake disc-wipe technology, traction control and dynamic electronic stability control, brake pad wear sensors, and anti-lock braking.