<img src = "data: image / gif; base64, R0lGODlhAQABAAAAA5ABEKAAEALAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw ==" data-chomp-id = "tvak5ueiuzlp8y6yaw0f" data-format = "jpg" data-height = "771" data-default-transform = "UncroppedWideExtraLarge" data-width = "1500" data-relative = "false" data-show-background = "true" data-alt = "Figure for article titled The $ 1.7 million McLaren Elva does not need it a windscreen faster than the road senna designed by Bruce McLaren and derived from Group 7 racing cars. This is the excuse of the company to build a terribly fast modern supercar without a windshield.
McLaren claims the Elva has been homologated for every market, and that's why the car is too available with a fixed windshield. You know, for those of us who do not like to turn street insects into tiny balls that are collected from our faces while driving.
McLaren, however, also claims that this is not a problem if you do not have a windshield use, since the Elva was co-developed with a so-called "McLaren Active Air Management System", which deflects the air by directly bumping the vehicle occupants and creates a "bubble of rest".
Only 399 Elvas are built with or without a windshield starting at $ 1,690,000 before being personalized Make changes. Once again, a smart car company requires more for less. They love to do that.
Also find a good helmet with visor, even though McLaren claims you do not need it.