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McLaren waves the Canadian flag in the best way it knows how

With a red and white 570S, of course.
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McLaren 570S Spider MSO Canada Commission

McLaren is celebrating its history in Canada with a special 'Canada Commission' edition of its 570S in red and white. And not just any red and white of course, McLaren Special Operations has complemented Silica White paint with red exposed carbon fiber. The red carbon fiber elements are featured throughout the exterior and even subtle white Canadian flags are featured on the car's door blades while a white maple leaf is stamped on the rear. 

The car will also feature stealth 10-Spoke Lightweight Forged Wheels, a black Alcantara interior with matching roofliner, a red Alcantara steering wheel, and a special plaque that signifies each car as one of the five available Canada Commissions. The car celebrates Bruce Mclaren's wins at the Canadian Sportscar Championship in 1966, Bruce McLaren and Denny Hulme's first and second place finish at the Canadian Grand Prix in 1968, and the total take over of the podium by Bruce McLaren, Denny Hulme, and John Surtees at the Can-Am Challenge in 1969.

Three of the Spiders will be available at McLaren Toronto and the other two will go on sale at McMcLaren Vancouver and McLaren Montreal.

$353,206 CAD (approx. $279,933),

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