Class... I like it and here's why despite what other's don't like about it.
It's a commemorative car of the late Stirling Moss. In his prime, he never raced in a closed cockpit car. He was the consumate Grand Prix racer in the most traditional sense. These cars were all open cockpit cars. And as such of the era, you HAD to wear goggles and the poor excuse for a helmet. Leather caps didn't do much good in football and they certainly didn't do much good for racers (or pilots) other than to keep their grey matter warmer.
When McLaren (good old Bruce), a name also associated in open cockpit racing (CAN-AM), decided to design this car, I could see in the sketches, their attempts to recapture the spirit of Grand Prix racing.
In this sense, I feel they achieved this and quite frankly, I've always wanted to drive a "car" with a helmet on because it was required. Hell, I've toyed with the idea when my Cobra was in the "go-kart" stage. Had I known I was going to go 40mph, I probably would have - it's hard to breath when you have the air hitting you faster than you can exhale! I have to think about the sensation of driving 200+mph with only a wind deflector and a helmet. You'd get a good sense how Indy or F1 race drivers have to deal with.
If I had the dough, I'd buy one.