The exterior bares its carbon fiber for the world to see, and the 67 body parts in exposed carbon take approximately 1,000 hours to produce.
The same colours have been scattered throughout the cabin, with yellow contrast stitching on the seats and a yellow strip on the steering wheel.
The McLaren Senna Carbon Theme by McLaren Special Operations (MSO) is one of five themes developed by MSO for the vehicle - the other four will be digitally revealed at the Geneva show to inspire buyers of the auto as they spec their engineering dream machine. The Carbon Theme is one of five themes developed by MSO for the McLaren Senna, but the only one that has been built to date.
McLaren Senna bares it all in Geneva with carbon-fiber look
There's a Senna "S" on each head restraint, and the same logo is repeated in satin clear-finished carbon fibre, inset into the gloss-finished end plates of the rear wing, and in a complete Senna brand over the front left wheel-arch. There's also the "Senna" lettering on the right front fender. McLaren has also promised a "surprise announcement".
Benefitting dynamic performance by reducing unsprung weight, the carbon fibre hybrid wheels offer a 10-15 per cent reduction in rotating inertia, improving acceleration, braking and steering responses. The wheels will be available as a dealer-installed option in either Diamond Cut or Stealth finish, with red and blue wheel nuts on either side.
Based on the quoted 1000 hours it takes to create the Carbon Theme finish - or 42 days, accounting for rounding - that's a cool £7143 ($12,650) per day for the MSO additions.
The McLaren Senna costs £750,000, and they're all sold. The aggressive looks are the strongest expression yet of McLaren's "form follows function" philosophy and McLaren Special Operations is already seeing significant interest from McLaren Senna buyers wanting to make their cars even more distinctive.