McLaren introduced the striking Elva back in November 2019 when it said the speedster would cost a cool $1,690,000 for anyone interested in owning a roofless modern nod to the M1A race car of the 1960s. The price tag hasn’t changed, but you’ll want to hurry up and buy one as the production run of 399 cars initially announced is being drastically reduced by 150 units. In other words, only 249 people will have the opportunity to sign their names on the dotted line to claim the open-topped supercar.
The rather surprising announcement was made by none other than Mike Flewitt, McLaren’s head honcho. In a recent interview with The Australian Financial Review, Woking’s CEO said this decision was taken following requests received from buyers: “the feedback from our customers is that they think the car should be more exclusive than that, so we’ve capped it at 249.”