Let’s say you’ve grown tired of the run-of-the-mill supercar, and you want to trounce your neighbor’s Ferrari. If you have enough coin and were fast enough on the draw, you might have been one of the five lucky owners of the Bussink GT R Speedlegends made. It uses the already spectacular Mercedes-AMG GT R Roadster as its base, removes the roof and windshield, and adds a structural “Speedbow” for rigidity and effect, as well as boosts the horsepower from a not-so-humble 577 all the way to an insane 850. Designer Ronald A. Bussink dreamt it up, and the team at HWA AMG (responsible for crafting parts and cars for Mercedes-AMG) built the thing. Replete with carbon fiber, a specially-trimmed interior, and a body-color-matched helmet (required to drive it), the Speedlegend should prove to be frighteningly quick, as well as serious attention-getter. Only five have been made at an undisclosed price, and they’re all gone.