Let's face it, the McLaren 12C was already amazing. So how does the famed racing brand do a follow up?

Now comes a head-turning special edition, the 12C GT Can-Am.

McLaren underscores that the car is "track focused," and is produced by McLaren's racing arm. Street legal? Unlikely, but it barely matters: Only 30 will be made.

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The GT Can-Am is meant to pay homage to namesake Bruce McLaren and partner Denny Hulme who raced McLarens in the Can-Am series back in the day.

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It will come with a carbon fiber body and a 3.8-litre twin-turbo V-8 engine that produces 630 horsepower, making it the most powerful McLaren 12C yet. The carbon fiber wing is back is part of the aerodynamics that improve downforce by 30%.

It will cost about $475,000 and will be available next March.