Well damn, you might as well throw your McLaren Senna right on the pile of rubbish because the British supercar builder is just the best in itself. The new 2020 McLaren Elva is lighter, faster with an 804 horsepower twin-turbo V8, and smarter than the lack of a windshield and windows.
That 804 HP power coupled with McLaren's lightest carbon body has ever been designed to get the Elva from 0 to 62 mph in under 3 seconds, and from 0 to 124 mph faster than Senna in just 6.7 seconds. Elva also has the benefit of looking better than Senna.
The Elva name was derived from a 1960s McLaren-Elva sports car for street designed by Bruce McLaren and originated in the Group 7 race car, which was the 19199013] cause of the company to produce a shockingly fast modern supercar without a cemetery.
McLaren claims that the Elva is homologated for every market, and therefore available car with a fixed ceiling. You know, for those of us who don't enjoy turning insects into the road to collect our faces while driving.
But McLaren also says it won't be a problem if you go for no cement, because the Elva was designed with a so-called "McLaren Active Air Management System" that separates the air from the direct hit of the vehicle's vehicles creating a "bubble of calm."
There will only be 399 built by Elvas, with or without air cement starts at $ 1,690,000 before you make any personal touches. But again a fancy car company will charge more for less, technically. They love to do that.
Find a good helmet with a visor, even if McLaren claims you don't need it.