2021 McLaren Ultimate Series Coming Soon to McLaren Denver in Colorado
2021 McLaren Ultimate Series
BASE MSRP: from est. $960,000 – $2,200,000
Horsepower: 789 – 1,035
Estimated City MPG: TBD
Estimated Highway MPG: TBD
Get to Know the McLaren Ultimate Series
In the wide range of elite vehicles that McLaren produces, there are a select few that stand even above the rest. These are known as the Ultimate Series, comprised of four of the most performance-driven cars available. Ranging from a street-legal hypercar that is named after the legendary racer Ayrton Senna to the successor to the McLaren F1 and its pure speed-driven design, these vehicles are meant to stand out from the rest. Buyers of any of these superior vehicles will be getting the pinnacle of what speed and overall performance can be delivered in a modern hypercar.
2021 McLaren Ultimate Series Trims
The 2021 McLaren Ultimate Series is made up of four different models. They are the Senna, the Elva, the Senna GTR, and the Speedtail. Each of the four models stands out from the rest of the pack with their unique designs and attention to superior overall performance. The Speedtail is even referred to by McLaren as their first ever Hyper-GT. Choosing the right one for each driver is simply a matter of what they envision their ideal ride to be. The Senna has a new version of the vehicle called the Senna GTR, which is exclusively for track use.
2021 McLaren Senna: MSRP from est. $960,000
2021 McLaren Senna GTR: MSRP from est. $1,800,000
2021 McLaren Elva: MSRP from est. $1,800,000
2021 McLaren Speedtail: MSRP from est. $2,200,000
The 2021 McLaren Senna was created to push the envelope of what a street-legal hypercar can do on the track. Boasting a twin-turbocharged 4.0L V8 engine, the agile vehicle delivers 789 horsepower which was used to set the fastest lap times ever by a car that is road legal. The Senna received a track-exclusive upgrade in the Senna GTR, which takes the same engine and horsepower and amplifies it by making the car super lightweight and further increasing downforce. The 2021 McLaren Elva takes the same engine found in both the Senna and the Senna GTR and puts it into a roofless hypercar while upgrading the horsepower to 804. Finally, the 2021 McLaren Speedtail Hyper-GT is the spiritual successor to the storied F1 model. McLaren is building this car to push the mark for speed, with its 4.0L twin-turbocharged V8 pushing 1,035 horsepower and a top speed of approximately 250 MPH.
All four Ultimate Series vehicles have that high-class and racing-inspired touch to their interior designs. They also have their own high-tech inclusions to add an extra sense of interactivity for when journeys need a little bit of slowing down and enjoying the ride. Take the McLaren Senna and its 8-inch central touchscreen infotainment system, giving occupants access to useful media and convenience applications. The Elva is unique in that given its design, the audio system, when equipped, has speakers behind the headrests to give the best audio quality to occupants. The Speedtail keeps things minimal to keep its overall weight low, thereby maximizing the speed potential of the vehicle.
All 2021 Ultimate Series vehicles that McLaren has created make use of technologically advanced racing designs to maximize their handling performance. All four are capable of generating incredible amounts of downforce, which results in the impeccable grip that makes handling a breeze. All four hypercars have some of the most responsive turning inputs on the market today, highlighting their excellence both on the road and on the track.
Order McLaren Ultimate Series Models at McLaren Denver
For Denver Metro drivers interested in what driving an elite hypercar feels like around town or at any of Colorado’s racetracks, contact McLaren Denver today. At our Highlands Ranch location, we can help interested customers order the Ultimate Series McLaren that best fits their needs and desires. Stop by our dealership or inquire by phone at (303) 470-7000. We are the only destination in Colorado for new McLaren vehicles, and we want you to experience how revolutionary they are.
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