To export several sets, go to the exporter. If you use the data I'd really appreciate a link back to Brick Insights. It keeps this site going.
Neat build with some unique techniques. Not the sturdiest of this series due to duplicating the real thing which is a wild looking car. The interpretation in reality did and beautiful in its own way. I did add the silver wheels from another model to duplicate the picture on the box. I felt it looked better than the black ones, which was too dark. Overall liked this model and an glad to add it ot my car collection. Now if we could get some Lamborghini please.
The intricacy of its construction is unmatched in the Speed Champions theme and the level of detail is extraordinary. Furthermore, the aforementioned issue relating to the proportions of this car is probably unavoidable at minifigure scale, without the introduction of several new pieces. I would therefore have no hesitation in recommending this set, although certain areas for improvement do remain.
At the end of the day – despite its shortcomings – 75892 McLaren Senna is a fantastic set. Both its aesthetic appeal and build experience are top notch. There are certainly enough interesting things going on in the build to make even the most experienced builders pause in a moment of appreciation.
Based on early set images, I had high expectations for the McLaren Senna. After building the set, I am happy to say that I was not disappointed. With a striking gray and orange color scheme, the car stands out among the rest of the Speed Champions. The curves of the original vehicle are well replicated through the use of baby wedge bows.
If you can't afford to shell out nearly two million dollars for one of the only 500 real-life McLaren Sennas that the company will be producing, you can't go wrong with a $15 version that you build yourself. And just as we were starting to get tired of the repetitive structures and build processes of both American muscle cars and European supercars in LEGO Speed Champions form, the LEGO design team pulls out all the stops with some truly unexpected techniques.
I love the use of usual parts in the build and the finished result is a great LEGO take on the actual car. In fact considering the scale, it's a pretty decent recreation.