McLaren Beverly Hills has created an evocative video that celebrates the Elva and its heritage.

There's no denying the fact that the McLaren Elva was inspired by classic race cars from the automaker. Its speedster design, silhouette, and extreme power output (804 horsepower) are all aspects you would expect from a race but the Elva puts it all together in a street-legal package. McLaren Beverly Hills has just published a video that celebrates the link between the Elva and McLaren's storied history. In the video, found above, you'll hear from F1 CEO, Zak Brown, McLaren Indy 500 winner, Jonny Rutherford, and former McLaren F1 driver, JP Montoya.

‘’Everything about McLaren is authenticity, Elva represents that in the purest and most perfect sense from both the driving dynamics and design to the technology that’s in it.’’ - Ansar Ali, Managing Director, McLaren Special Operations