The first McLaren Senna LM is very orange.
The first image of the actual Senna LM is being shared over social media since yesterday. The first car that has arrived at a dealership is an orange spec. It has a carbon splitter, spoiler and side skirts. The car is sporting the 5-spoke centre-lock wheels too.
The Supercar Blog had first broke the story of the road-legal version of the Senna GTR last month. Back then, we had shared digital renderings of the car, which showed louvres on the front fenders and a roof scoop among other upgrades.
Later, it was revealed that McLaren was also building a special version of the Senna LM. Three Senna GTR chassis are being converted to the Senna Can-Am. The remaining 20 chassis will be converted to LM spec. The 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V8 engine from the regular Senna that has been tuned to produce 814 hp.
The Can-Am is expected to get a few visual upgrades including Bruce McLaren’s signature on the rear fenders. It is also expected to come with black Alcantara trim with Can-Am logo embroidered into the seat headrests, special door sills with details of the M8B’s race victories, black anodized accelerator pedal with the Can-Am logo, Liquid Silver door struts, orange door pull straps and a plaque with the production number.
The McLaren Senna LM is expected to retail for around $1.5 million.