McLaren has chosen the money-soaked halls of Geneva to debut its McLaren Senna Carbon Theme by McLaren Special Operations.    

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This brevity-averse model is one of five special themes that this limited-edition hypercar can be ordered in.   

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Billed as McLaren's most extreme road car to date, the Senna uses a 4.0-liter gas V8 to produce 789 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque, all of which is routed through the rear wheels.    

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The interior is black as night, trading off between dark Alcantara suede and more exposed carbon fiber, livened up only by slivers of yellow detailing to match the car's exterior.     

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This may not be the most organic form ever, or even the prettiest, but it does look both violent and effective -- two powerful traits for a hypercar.

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The yellow bits take MSO another 250 hours to put together.    

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The look is broken up with Solar Yellow details and Laurel Green brake calipers, two colors found in the helmet of racing legend Ayrton Senna, for whom the car is named.     

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Inside, the green details extend to the gas door struts.

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The yellow makes its way onto the steering wheel and the ample contrast stitching throughout.     

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