The McLaren M6A was a racer originally developed by driver Bruce McLaren alongside his Bruce McLaren Motor Racing team for their entry in 1967 Can-Am season, but the M6 name was then later used in the development of a closed-cockpit sports car for the 24 Hours of Le Mans and called the M6GT (video above). If McLaren released a futuristic, all-electric version of the latter, it might look something like the E-Zero by automotive designer Daniel Platek. Read more for additional pictures and information.
This modern interpretation features a single pane of glass that extends from the front to back, reminiscent of the closed cockpit found on the M6GT, with the windshield extending down all the way into the hood to create an vent for added airflow. You may have noticed a lack of a rear windshield, and that’s because it’s been replaced with two cameras on either sides of the vehicle that send a video feed directly to the dashboard.