The problem is the Monza isn't a hypercar, and McLaren aren't selling a bodykit. This car offers many nice features and the overall design is certainly unique, but it does not offer enough for it to be distinguished as a new generation hypercar. Besides cosmetics, the car offers nothing ground breaking. It shares the tub with its lesser siblings, you can prove me wrong about the hybrid-system but a rear-wheel drive ICE+Battery assistance set up and the fact McLaren's been holding back the spec just makes me wonder how awfully similar this system compares to the one in the P1. Among the three hypercars that are coming out in the next year or two, this one undoubtedly is the most kitcar like. Like a chat member mentioned in a previous post, McLaren does an amazing job of offering the best overall products when it comes to its sports and supercars, but I'm afraid this time it came up short again in the hypercar category.