The glass adds a claimed 44 pounds, and the company now says it will produce no more than 149 Elvas in total, down from 399.
We respect the purity of purpose of the McLaren Elva, the stripped hypercar lacking any form of physical weather protection. But we have more difficulty understanding McLaren’s announcement of a version that will have a windshield, but still no roof. Isn’t that missing the point a little?
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