Evaluation: Original | One of 500 Sennas. 88 miles. Barely a year old.
Bottom Line: According to Gooding & Company, all the extras on this Senna brought total cost when new to $1,339,306. (The special-order “Visual Carbon Fiber” finish reportedly cost $248,000 alone—enough to buy a brand-new Bentley Continental GT with some options.) The buyer here basically got them for free, paying within 2 percent of the Senna’s base MSRP of $959,000. Since hitting the auction circuit, a couple of Sennas have sold in the $1.4 million range, but several more have failed to meet reserve. The most recent sale was in Scottsdale for $946,000. The initial buzz seems to have worn off, and with the 765LT now out, the Senna is no longer the latest and greatest McLaren. We can’t help but think that if the seller was going to take such a big haircut here, they should’ve at least taken it to the track and had some fun.