The McLaren Elva is the latest addition to the Ultimate Series of British supercars, joining the F1, P1, Senna, and Speedtail. It’s a nod to McLaren’s heritage, sharing a lot of things with the McLaren-Elva M1A of the 1960s, including the body style
The Elva sure has everything under its belt – a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 engine that produces 804 horsepower (591 kilowatts), a 0-62 miles per hour sprint of just under three seconds, and a touted driving pleasure that deviates from what the other McLaren Ultimate Series supercars can offer.
But, that’s the thing with the Elva. It lacks one thing that could hinder your thirst for very high speeds – a windscreen. You might be asking, “How can I enjoy its mind-blowing acceleration and spirited runs without the need for wind protection?”
Well, McLaren explains the engineering behind…