Based on the Experimental Prototypes

Customers of the Beverly Hills McLaren Dealership have caused the dealership to reach out the McLaren Special Operations for three special Senna prototype vehicles, according to The Supercar Blog. The MSO team prepared the cars for road use. 

The cars all come with exposed carbon fiber and special liveries. These liveries are designed to mark Ayrton Senna’s famous F1 wins. They include the 1991 Brazilian GP, the 1993 European GP held at Donington Park, and the five consecutive wins at Monaco.

The cars also get etched pedals, custom plaques, and specially customized interiors. Each one of these special editions took the MSO team more than 780 hours to complete. They had to do painstaking work to make sure each car was absolutely perfect.

The powertrain in these special editions is the same in each car. It’s a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 789 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque. That’s plenty of power for a seriously unique car. We don’t see a price listed for these, but with the regular Senna costing $1.4 million, we expect these to be well north of that and quite expensive.