McLaren Elva CSR2, tune and shift pattern

McLaren Elva CSR2, tune and shift pattern

The McLaren Elva is a McLaren Supercar Science Car of Season 121. The Elva is not one of the fastest Cars in Tier 5.

McLaren Elva Specifications

Real life Elva

The McLaren Elva is an addition to the Ultimate Series. The British company has already defined the supercar segment with the P1, the Senna and the Speedtail. Like its predecessors, the Elva is strictly limited and will therefore only be built 399 times, but apart from the same carbon chassis and the familiar 4.0-liter V8 with 815 hp and 800 Newton meters of torque, much is different.

Like its namesake, with which company founder Bruce McLaren won his laurels in the 1960s, the Elva of the modern era is a radical roadster. Nothing distracts from the driving, nothing restrains the elements: Windshield, side windows, roof? All just ballast.

But the Elva’s radical design, which is of course made largely of carbon as always, doesn’t just offer a purist driving experience. It also reduces weight, making the British car the lightest road car McLaren has ever built, despite its gold or platinum brand logo. And that, in turn, enables driving performance the likes of which have never been seen before in Woking: The Elva manages the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in less than three seconds. At 6.7 seconds from zero to 200 km/h, it’s even faster than the Senna.

The CSR2 Elva

The 5 purple star McLaren can fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Elva should run 7.069s. To sum up, the Elva is obviously not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.

McLaren Supercar ScienceSeason 121

McLaren Elva tune and shift pattern

McLaren Elva
Tier5
NOS323 / 4.8
Transmission2.56
Tires0 / 100
Wining shift patternGood start (little right of green), 24mph 2nd, immediately 3rd & NOS, rest deep good shifts
Time7.117
McLaren Elva
Tier5
NOS323 / 4.9
Transmission2.56
Tires0 / 100
Wining shift patternPerfect start, 27mph 2nd, 29mph 3rd and NOS, deep good 4th, 5th and 6th, perfect 7th
Time7.069

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