McLaren’s just built five 570S Spider special-edition supercars specifically for Canada, on a commission by Toronto-based dealership group Pfaff, the automaker announced mid-April.
The “Canada Commission” cars, developed via McLaren Special Operations’ (MSO) Bespoke services, feature Silica White bodies with red-tinted carbon-fibre trim; and subtle Canadian flags and maple leafs on the door blades and rear hatch.
Inside, a black Alcantara interior meets red Alcantara on the roof liner and steering wheel, the latter of which gets a white detail and subtle maple leaf accents. A plaque calls out the car as one of the five special edition commissions.
Stealth Finish 10-spoke forged wheels round out the package with help from some other MSO Defined carbon-fibre accent pieces.
Pfaff commissioned the cars to celebrate McLaren’s road car and racing history in Canada, and will make three available for order via its McLaren Toronto flagship outlet; and retail one each through McLaren Vancouver and McLaren Montreal.
If you need to cross the Great White North in a hurry, the 570S Spider features a 562-horsepower 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 that can propel the car to 100 km/h from zero in 3.1 seconds and on to a top speed of 328 km/h (with the roof up).
The privilege of owning one of the Canada Commission cars will set you back a couple of loonies, though: 353,206 of them, to be exact.