McLaren just built five Canada-only special edition 570S Spiders

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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.

One of the five “Canada Commission” 570S Spiders built by McLaren Special Operations for Pfaff dealership group.

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.