McLaren Has Debuted It’s Most Track AND Street-Focused Model Yet

McLaren has debuted it’s most track AND street-focused model yet. The Senna houses a bi-turbo 4.0-liter V8 that pushes out 789 horsepower and 590 lb.-ft. of torque, which is more power than the 720S. It’s also 187 lbs. lighter than the 720S. Only 500 cars will be made and all of the profits from the $1 million-dollar price tag will benefit the Senna Foundation charity.

This week on PowerNation Katie introduces you to the hosts of our new off road show called XOR – Jeremy Weckman and Eliza Leon. They’ll talk about their background and their plans for our new non-pavement show!

Plus Katie features the 1963 Chevy C10 named “Reborn” by owner/builder Mike Amborn. Mike saved it from the scrapyard for just $500 bucks, hence the name, and restored it into a gem! He replaced most of the sheet metal and dropped in an LS1 with a 4LE–60 trans making about 400 horsepower. He lifted the bed up 16 inches so the wood floor appears to be a Tonneau cover. Inside Mike wanted a modern touch but a classic look so it looks stock, but has all the creature comforts. But one of the most striking features of the truck is the retro GM color called “Tartan Turquoise” topped with a “Gloss White”. Check it all out this week on PowerNation!