The Elva uses the same platform and engine as the Senna but with a less hardcore suspension setup. Power is increased to 804 hp, while torque remains the same at 590 lb-ft. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Design is the main talking point here, with the Elva not having a roof or windscreen. This allowed McLaren's designers to create a car that's a rolling sculpture. The interior is one of the best we've ever seen. Since MSO will build the Elva, there will be limitless customization options.
Standard features include air conditioning, navigation, and track telemetry. All features are operated via an eight-inch touchscreen interface. A marine-grade sound system can be ordered but won't add to the cost of the McLaren Elva. Safety-wide, the Elva comes standard with two airbags, ABS, three-stage traction control, and a rearview camera.