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You Can Buy A McLaren Senna For Only $14.99 – Albeit In Lego Form

By Elliot Wood Jan 15, 2019
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By Elliot Wood Jan 15, 2019
Based on the track-focused hypercar, the latest in McLaren Automotive's Ultimate Series is a Senna we can all afford.

McLaren's latest Ultimate Series creation is a special edition of the new Senna hypercar, and one we can actually afford. Yes, there’s now a Lego version. It’s only £12.99 ($14.99), a mere 0.001% of the price of the standard Senna.

The engineers at McLaren made the Senna one of the most extreme performance road vehicles available on the market, with Formula 1 technology propelling it into hypercar territory. This has all been thrown out of the window for the toy version, but at a significant price drop, with all the carbonfibre trickery being replaced by traditional Lego bricks. You also don’t need a driver’s license to put your name to one of these, with anyone aged seven or up able to call the latest Senna their own.

Unlike usual McLaren cars, which sometimes take up to 300 hours to manufacture and assemble into a finished product, you can expect a flat-pack style delivery and the fun of constructing your own hypercar. This arguably makes buying a Lego Senna more fun, although if you also take 300 hours to put together the 219-piece, 15cm-long model, we’d suggest buying a full-sized car instead.

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This has all been thrown out of the window for the toy version, but at a significant price drop, with all the carbonfibre trickery being replaced by traditional Lego bricks. You also don’t need a driver’s license to put your name to one of these, with anyone aged seven or up able to call the latest Senna their own.

Unlike usual McLaren cars, which sometimes take up to 300 hours to manufacture and assemble into a finished product, you can expect a flat-pack style delivery and the fun of constructing your own hypercar. This arguably makes buying a Lego Senna more fun, although if you also take 300 hours to put together the 219-piece, 15cm-long model, we’d suggest buying a full-sized car instead.

You won’t need to visit Woking to buy this Senna, as it should be available in all good toy retailers and on Lego's own website.


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