The 2013 McLaren 12C Can-Am Edition takes the GT3 race car concept and puts it on steroids. The performance delivers an astounding 630 horses under the hood with a 3.8-liter twin turbo V8 that’ll blow away most of the competition. Until recently the car was designed as a concept, but TopSpeed reported in November 2012 that it would be heading into production. Good news for gearheads, bad news for all the other sad, pathetic cars on the blacktop.
Cosmetically, the 2013 McLaren 12C Can-Am looks like it leapt the race track. The inside is pretty no-frills, a two-seater that boasts six-point harnesses in case the car proves to be a little too hot to handle. A roll-cage is also on board for extra protection and air conditioning available for your comfort. On the outside, it features a sleek aerodynamic design that gives the impression it flew off the set of a Back to the Future film. Vuh-rooooom!
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