The Senna. Aptly named after three-time F1 world champion and racing legend Ayrton Senna, McLaren paid tribute with one of their most brutal and track-focused road cars ever.
Performance and power figures are pretty staggering, with the 4-Litre Twin-Turbo V8 producing 789bhp, propelling the car to 60mph in just 2.8 seconds, and 124mph in an even more impressive 6.8 seconds. But these figures still aren't the most breath-taking part of the Senna - it's clear that McLaren's main intention with this beast was downforce and aerodynamics, which is obvious from just looking at its exterior.
800kg of downforce is achieved at 155mph, which is an incredible 40% more than its flagship sibling, the P1. Active aero plays the biggest part in keeping the Senna glued to the road (or track), with a huge rear wing contributing to both downforce and braking performance simultaneously. The phenomenal carbon ceramic brakes, which take 7 months to manufacture, help the Senna come to a stop from 124mph in an almost unfathomable 100m, which, when compared with the P1, is a whole 16m less.
Overall, the Senna represents a culmination of the very best that Woking has to offer, with form truly following function. The bold and unique looks may not be to everyone's taste, but it's hard to deny that this is one of the most capable and scarily fast supercars cars of the 21st century and is a more than appropriate tribute to one of the best to ever grace the racetrack.