Each item in the nine-piece collection was designed to incorporate elements from the automaker’s road and race cars.
Production of the $3.4 million hypercar will begin in January 2023.
The marque believes its eFuel would allow combustion engines to be as clean as electric drivetrains.
The new model, with a combined 671 hp and 531 ft lbs of torque, also debuts the McLaren Carbon Lightweight Architecture platform.
The new Sabre is the marque’s most powerful two-seater yet.
The car is one-off variant meant to commemorate Ayrton Senna’s racing achievements.
The lightweight beast offers race-honed agility and a ton of power.
The electrified speedster will go on sale during the first half of 2021.