Carlos Sainz Cars - Ferrari 812 Competizione

Get ready to buckle up and dive into the thrilling world of Carlos Sainz Cars. He is a rising star of the racing circuit. From his early beginnings to his meteoric rise, Sainz has left a trail of adrenaline-pumping victories and iconic cars in his wake.

This captivating journey takes us on a closer look at the machines that have propelled Sainz to greatness, showcasing his undeniable talent behind the wheel. Each car has a story to tell, a testament to Sainz’s unwavering determination and relentless pursuit of excellence.

From the sleek curves of the Ferrari 812 Competizione to the raw power of the McLaren 600 LT Spyder, we’ll explore the unique features and cutting-edge technology that make these vehicles a force to be reckoned with. Join us as we unravel the secrets behind Sainz’s iconic cars and discover the driving force behind his rise to the top of the racing world.

Carlos Sainz Cars

Carlos doesn’t have a large car collection (by F1 drovers standards). but those that he has chosen are iconic and provide a glimpse of where his passions rise.

His collection currently consists of the following vehicles.

McLaren 600 LT Spyder$240,000
McLaren 720S$301,000
Ferrari 812 Competizione$601,670
Ferrari Roma$218,670
Golf GTi$20,000

Carlos Sainz Cars – McLaren 600 LT Spyder

The McLaren 600 LT Spyder is a sight to behold, its sleek and sculpted body exudes an aura of power and grace. The signature dihedral doors swing upwards, revealing the exquisite craftsmanship that lies within.

Designed to push the boundaries of performance, the McLaren 600 LT Spyder showcases a lightweight carbon-fiber chassis, reducing mass and enhancing agility.

Its 3.8-liter twin turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 32-valve V-8 engine, coupled with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, delivers 600 horsepower, propels it from 0 to 60 mph in a mere 2.9 seconds. The retractable hardtop allows drivers to savor the symphony of engine notes while basking in the freedom of the open road.

Stepping into the cockpit, one is greeted by a minimalist yet luxurious interior with cutting-edge technology. The racing-inspired carbon-fiber seats hug the driver, offering unparalleled support during spirited drives.

McLaren’s advanced infotainment system seamlessly integrates with the driving experience. It keeps the driver connected while allowing full focus on the road.

We list the performance numbers below.

Zero to 60 mph2.9 sec
Zero to 100 mph6.1 sec
Standing ¼-mile10.6 sec
Top speed201 mph
Performance Figures Courtesy of Car and Driver

McLaren 720S

Carlos Sainz Cars - McLaren 720S

The McLaren 720S stands out as a true embodiment of automotive artistry and engineering prowess, redefining the very essence of a supercar.

It represents the epitome of automotive craftsmanship, precision, and power. It has striking aesthetics, aerodynamic finesse, and mind-bending performance figures.

The McLaren 720S has a 4.0-litre V8 engine delivering 710 hp and 568 lb.-ft of torque in the engine bay. It acerates from 0-60 mph in just 2.8 seconds and has a a top speed of 212 mph.

It is estimated that the car is worth $301,000. 

We list the performance figures, below.

Zero to 60 mph2.8 sec
Zero to 100 mph5.5 sec
Zero to 130 mph8.5 sec
Rolling start, 5–60 mph3.6 sec
Top gear, 30–50 mph2.6 sec
Top gear, 50–70 mph3.0 sec
Standing ¼-mile10.3 sec @ 143 mph
Top speed (drag limited, manufacturers claim)212 mph
The Above Stats are Courtesy of Car and Driver

Ferrari 812 Competizione

Carlos Sainz Cars - Ferrari 812 Competizione

The magnificent Ferrari 812 Competizione is an embodiment of cutting-edge technology and raw performance. This limited-edition masterpiece pays homage to Ferrari’s racing heritage.

It pushes the boundaries of what a road-going supercar could achieve. The 812 Competizione captivates enthusiasts with its aggressive lines, enlarged air intakes, and carbon-fiber accents.

At the heart of this automotive marvel is a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine, handcrafted to perfection. With an output of 830 horsepower, it is Ferrari’s most powerful non-hybrid V12 engine ever created.

The symphony of power that resonates from the quad exhausts is a testament to the meticulous engineering. It is coupled with a lightning-fast seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and rear-wheel-drive setup.

The 812 Competizione catapults from 0 to 60 mph in a blistering 2.8 seconds.

The driver-focused cockpit is surrounded by opulent yet purposeful craftsmanship. Carbon-fiber racing seats cradle both driver and passenger.

Advanced infotainment and driving assistance systems merge seamlessly into the luxurious interior.

We list the performance figures, below.


60 mph
2.8 sec
100 mph5.8 sec
1/4 mile10.5 sec
Top speed211 mph
The Above Stats are Courtesy of Car and Driver

Carlos Sainz Cars – Ferrari Roma

The Ferrari Roma is a contemporary masterpiece in the world of luxury grand touring. As its name suggests, the Roma was a tribute to the Italian capital, embodying the essence of “La Dolce Vita”.

The Roma exudes an air of effortless beauty, with clean lines, sculpted curves, and a fastback roofline that seamlessly merges into the rear fenders.

The interior of the Roma isa testament to Ferrari’s commitment to luxury and craftsmanship. As the driver opens the scissor doors, it welcomes the occupants into a refined and driver-centric cockpit. Sumptuous leather, carbon-fiber accents, and high-quality materials adorn every surface.

It exemplified the idea that driving a Ferrari is not just about raw performance but also a lifestyle. It seems to a celebrate elegance, refinement, and the joy of experiencing the open road.

The car is powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 32-valve V-8. It has an aluminum block and heads plus direct fuel injection. All of this technology produces 612 hp @ 7500 rpm
and generates torque of 561 lb-ft @ 3000 rpm.

We list the performance figures, below.

60 mph3.1 sec
100 mph6.8 sec
1/4 mile11.0 sec
Top speed199 mph
The Above Stats are Courtesy of Car and Driver

Carlos Sainz Cars – Golf GTi

The Volkswagen Golf was a gift from his parents for his 18th birthday.

Carlos Sainz had had his Golf GTi since his days in Toro Rosso, Renault, and McLaren. His friends did suggest an upgrade after his promotion to a full-time F1 driver.

“I still have my Golf. Look, at the weekend I’m driving a Formula One car and it’s the fastest car ever. Everything else feels really, really bad. I don’t mind and I’m happy with whatever car you give me.”

Carlos Sainz

That’s what we love about Carlos Sainz, despite having the potential trappings of the super-rich, he remains a normal chap!

And the Golf? He has retired the Golf, but it remains in his collection.

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By Jonny Noble

ABOUT THE AUTHOR - Jonny Noble I’m a dedicated F1 Writer – and I’ve Been One for Over Four Decades, I’ve been intimately immersed in the world of Formula One for more than 44 years. That’s longer than most professional commentators can boast! As an independent writer, I offer a unique perspective on the entire F1 landscape, free from biases that might cloud the discussion. We dive deep into the exhilarating, frustrating, and captivating facets of the F1 universe. So, regardless of my amateur status, one thing is undeniable: four decades of dedicated F1 fandom have forged strong opinions worth exploring!