Each Senna took over 800 hours to paint.
The Italian company has been the go-to brand for some of F1's elite.
The theme is inspired by the Segestria Borealis spider.
Engine tuning brings the supercar's performance to over 900 hp.
The styling takes it back to the the Canadian Sports Car Grand Prix in 1964.
Better performance, better aero, and better everything.
The GT includes the first use of cashmere in a supercar.
The wind tunnel-tuned design features extensive forged carbon fiber upgrades.
Production begins next month.
The dealership worked with McLaren Special Operations to create the limited edition hypercars.
The Elva will be the company's first open-cockpit road car.
The new aero kit is dripping in forged carbon.
The new model will arrive later in 2020.
The dealer unleashes a squadron of 600LT Spiders.
The engine tuning bumps the supercar up to 688 hp.
And of course, every single one is already sold out.
It took over 260 hours to complete just the tri-tone elements.
Commemorating Senna's 1988's F1 victory
The collection celebrates three significant periods of McLaren history.