New McLaren Senna retails for $500

Of course, it’s child-sized and electric powered

McLaren Senna
The newest McLaren is the child-sized and electric-powered Senna 'Ride-On' version | McLaren photos

McLaren has unveiled the third in its series of “Ride-On” children’s-size vehicles, the McLaren Senna with comes with working dihedral doors, operating brake lights, an infotainment system and “realistic” McLaren Senna engine sounds, the company said.

The vehicle, priced in England at £375 ($500, or less at Amazon) is available in six liveries, including a yellow with green accents like Ayrton Senna’s racing helmet that’s sold only by the official McLaren Retailer Network. Other liveries are black, white, Mira orange, Vega blue and Memphis red.

Previous McLaren ‘Ride-On’ vehicles include the P1 and 720S.

The vehicles are designed for children aged 3-6, although McLaren notes that its F1 driver Lando Norris was able to squeeze himself into one for a test drive.

Although designed for those aged 3-6, the ‘Ride-On’ McLaren Senna also fits petite F1 drivers such as Lando Norris
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