McLaren sold out of its 500-vehicle run of the 675LT Spider just two weeks after the droptop supercar's debut. With such limited production, the convertibles aren't a common sight, but this clip lets us check out two early examples of them on the road.

These two are twins in their matching light yellow paint, and they sound great when idling in unison. The first driver doesn't dip too far into the throttle on the road, but the second one revs the engine a little more, which lets us enjoy the twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8's sound.

The 675LT Spider uses the long-tail body and 666-horsepower engine from the 675LT coupe but also adds a folding roof to enjoy open-air motoring. The mechanism adds 88 pounds, but the droptop can still hit 62 miles per hour in 2.9 seconds. The top speed is 203 mph, just 2 mph lower than the hardtop.

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