Outdoor supercar dedicated to the first orange car.
Mclaren Elva, which debuted last fall, continues to acquire special editions with references to the historical heritage of the British brand. A couple of weeks ago we have seen an instance, stylized car M1A in 1964, and now the unit personalization MSO prepared for Speedster yet another unique livery.
The new scheme dedicated racing model M6A, which the team of Bruce McLaren developed for the Can-Am season-1967, which won the first in a series of five victories in this series. And it is on this machine first appeared the signature orange color.
McLaren Elva painted in a shade called Orange Anniversary, adding to contrast the grey bar Dove Gray.
Supercar received a black 10-spoke wheels with orange brake calipers, the number “4” was made by Bruce McLaren, and the orange finish of the dashboard, center console and doors.
The original McLaren M6A was equipped with a 5.9-liter 532-strong aspirated V8, a Chevrolet. His spiritual successor, got a four-liter 815-strong “Turbomachinery”, which allows to develop a hundred in less than three seconds. With all the special model McLaren built 399 copies Elva. Each will cost at least 1 425 000 British pounds not counting the cost of personalization in MSO. Most likely, two completely identical speedsters in this series will be.