McLaren used the “Le Mans” (LM) name for the first time back in 1995 when it unveiled the F1 LM as a tribute to its huge success at the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans. The F1 LM was based on the F1 GTR, but built on a F1 chassis and with all the changes required to make the GTR road legal.
Ever since the Le Mans name was used quite a few times on cars like the P1 or the 650S. Now, it looks like the name will be used once again as McLaren Glasgow (a dealer in UK) has a Senna Le Mans edition on display.
The problem is that the dealer had nothing to say about this special edition, so we do not know if it based on the standard Senna or the Senna GTR. But, if you look at the pictures you will notice that the Le Mans edition looks a little bit more aggressive, with larger cooling vents and different wheels. And that combination of gray and orange accents make it look even better. A few “LM” badges also remind us that this is no ordinary Senna.
What we really want to know is if any changes were made under the hood and how much this Senna Le Mans edition actually costs? We hope we will get our answers in the upcoming days! Stay tuned!