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(CNN) -- Sports car manufacturer Maserati has unveiled its latest dream car at the Bologna Motor Show in Italy. However, because the $1.67 million MC12 Versione Corse does not meet standard emissions and safety requirements, it can never be driven on the open road.
12: The number of MC12s that have been built to commemorate Maserati's victories in the FIA GTi racing series over the last two years. Owners will only be able to drive the car on private tracks.
202: The maximum speed in miles per hour (325 kph) the supercar can perform.
755: The amount of horsepower that the six-liter V12 super engines generate --155 more horsepower than the Maserati racing car, on which the MC12 is based on, can generate.
6.4: The amount of seconds it takes the 17-foot (5.18 meter) supercar to reach a speed of 125 mph (201kph).
2.5: The width in feet (76 centimeters) of both of the MC12s giant rear tires.
4: The percentage increase in sales that Maserati's luxury two-door supercars enjoyed in the U.S. -- the manufacturers' top world market.
28: The amount of international awards that the Maserati Quattroporte -- the most expensive of the manufacturers' road cars -- has won.
2.5: The amount in millions of dollars that a Maserati Quattroporte was sold for at a charity auction in Qatar last month.
Only 12 models of the MC12 Versione Corse have been built.