The name Elva is derived from elle va, which means “she goes” in French. The car is named after the lightweight early open top race cars developed by Bruce McLaren. The M1A, M1B and M1C were produced between 1964 and 1967. Due to limited staff, production was outsourced to British automobile manufacturer Elva total production reduced to 249 units the Elva is claimed to be the lightest sports car ever produced by McLaren. The car’s entire body work is made of carbon fibre including the chassis, doors and seats in order to keep the weight low.
The Elva is McLaren’s latest supercar, and it’s a beauty. With its sleek lines and aggressive stance, the Elva is sure to turn heads. But what really sets the McLaren Elva apart from other supercars is its incredible performance.
With a twin-turbocharged V8 engine that produces 804 horsepower, the Elva is capable of accelerating from 0-60 mph in just 2.8 seconds. And thanks to its lightweight carbon fiber construction, the Elva weighs in at just 1,500 kg.
But performance isn’t the only thing that the Elva has to offer. The supercar also features a unique Active Air Management System (AAMS) that deflects airflow away from the cockpit, keeping occupants cool and comfortable even at high speeds.
The McLaren Elva is truly a work of art, and it’s sure to take your driving experience to the next level. So don’t wait any longer, view our McLaren Elva today!
0-100 KM/H (0-62 MPH)
0-200 KM/H (0-124 MPH)
4,0l V8 Twin Turbo