The McLaren Elva track machine is the brand’s lightest supercar, but it’s missing something: a windshield. Designed for race days and track days only, the Elva is meant to be driven with a helmet and never on public roads or in the rain. That’s all changing with the addition of a 44-lb windshield for 2021. While no roof has been added, the windshield does make the Elva street legal. Power doesn’t change, but it doesn’t need to since the Elva doles out 804 horsepower from its twin-turbo V8 engine. The new paintjob is a unique Casa Blue and White colorway limited to the 144 cars being made. To the rest of us who won’t get our hands on one, it will just look like a blur.