A true one-of-a-kind spec aside the other 148-chassis in the world.
With a fleet of supercars and hypercars that showcase increasing stages of power, McLaren Automotive prides itself on inadvertently pushing the boundaries of design and technology to create the perfect vehicle platform. In a pursuit to develop its most powerful and lightest McLaren road car, the multi-million dollar windshield-less Elva hypercar was born. Being that only 149-chassis exist in the world, the windshield delete option presents itself as the more desirable model over the standard windshield configuration. The automotive professionals at McLaren Philadelphia are proud to highlight this 2021 McLaren Elva as part of its growing inventory of exclusive supercars and hypercars.
Finished in MSO Grigio Madeline With Yellow And White Stripes
While any McLaren Elva configuration takes shape as its own work of art, this spec features a spectacular Girgio Madeline finish made special by the creative team at McLaren Special Operations. The soft gloss purple finish also incorporates a set of unique yellow and white racing stripes, making the build a proper 1-of-1 configuration within the entire world. The Elva achieves its track-inspired aerodynamics through an active aero system and other lightweight exterior components, including a front lip splitter, hood vents, rear quarter panel air inlets, and a large carbon fiber rear diffuser. Vibrant MSO yellow carbon-ceramic brakes sit pretty behind a set of factory lightweight multi-spoke wheels that act as the traction grabbing source for the Elva.
Tan Aniline Leather With MSO Painted Accents
Although the windshield delete offers a small look into the interior design, an example of true McLaren craftsmanship lies behind the Elva’s iconic butterfly doors. The driver-oriented cabin uses Tan Aniline as the main focal point, blending rich brown leather to layer the carbon fiber sport seats. Yellow seat belts, contrast stitching, and McLaren headrest logos match the striking racing stripe on the driver side of the vehicle. The driver head rest showcases a contrasting white style that falls inline with the white highlights of the open-cabin hyper car. The build includes paint-matched interior components that make an appearance on the center console, dash board, and flat-bottom sport steering wheel.
4.0L Twin-Turbocharged V8 (804hp/590ft-lb)
Proving to be the heartbeat that drives the Elva, McLaren’s famous 4.0L Twin-Turbocharged V8 engine platform generates over 804 horsepower and 590-foot-pounds of torque. A sophisticated quick-shifting 7-speed dual-clutch transmission launches the hypercar from 0-60 in only 2.5-seconds, catapulting its top speed to an impressive 198mph. This 2021 McLaren Elva from McLaren Philadelphia is currently available through duPont REGISTRY for $1,999,990 by clicking on the link below. Check back into duPont REGISTRY for more upcoming supercar news and Check The Spec specials.