Somehow, we don't think the new limited production McLaren Senna will end up being a poster child of the aftermarket industry, but try telling that to the Photoshop community.
Sketched by RukTechnology and shared on social media, the Woking beast tries on a set of larger ADV.1 wheels, with a multi-spoke pattern and a dual-tone finish that matches the rest of the bodywork.
Speaking of which, you can probably tell by now that this McLaren Senna sports a special paint combo, with two shades of grey, and blue accents applied to the lower area. The latter is the dominant color inside too, where it has been digitally applied to the seats, dashboard, and even the steering wheel, from what we can tell from the rendering.
Despite its controversial design, all 500 units of the McLaren Senna have been spoken for. Each owner had to pay £750,000 ($1,004,490) in Britain for the hand-built machine, and now they have to wait until the end of next year to take delivery, as production will kick off in the third quarter of 2018.