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2016 Porsche 911 R Steve McQueen Tribute

The only 2016 Porsche 911 R delivered in Steve McQueen's preferred slate grey, this tribute is essentially what the King Of Cool would have ordered from Stuttgart if he was still around. A more driver-friendly version of the GT3 RS, the 911 R — which was only available standard in white or silver — boasts a just-right 500 hp output, a custom-built six-speed manual transmission, and four-wheel carbon-ceramic brakes. In addition to the slate grey paint, this special edition also sports contrasting silver bonnet stripes, bucket seats with houndstooth inserts, and custom illuminated door sills inscribed with McQueen's famous quote: "Racing is life. Anything that happens before or after is just waiting." This is also the 967th example of only 991 cars produced, in celebration of the original 911 R built in 1967.

  • 2017 Dodge Challenger GT AWD

    Winter weather doesn't have to mean leaving your muscle car in the garage. With an all-wheel drive system borrowed from the Charger, the 2017 Dodge Challenger GT AWD handles the sleet, snow, and mid-melt slush with aplomb. The system sends 306 hp from the 3.6L V6 exclusively to the 19-inch rear wheels until it feels the need for more traction, at which point it automatically adds the front axle to the mix. It also comes equipped with paddle shifters for the eight-speed automatic, an 8.4-inch touchscreen capable of showing on-track stats like 0-60 times and G-forces, and an optional upgraded interior with Nappa leather and Alcantara seats, a performance steering wheel, and a nine-speaker, 506-watt Alpine stereo.

  • Nio EP9 Electric Supercar

    With a carbon fiber chassis that's 70% lighter than steel and an aerodynamic body that delivers insane grip the Nio EP9 Electric Supercar isn't just fast — it's one of the fastest EVs ever built. Its powertrain delivers one megawatt of power to the wheels, the equivalent of 1,342 hp. Four individual gearboxes and huge tires let it go from 0-124 mph in just 7.1 seconds and hit a top speed of nearly 195 mph, and a three-position active wing system works in concert with the body to give it twice the downforce of an F1 car. Custom brakes let you get the thing stopped in a hurry, an all-digital cockpit with multiple screens keep key info available at a glance, and the interchangeable battery system lets you log full days at the track — tracks like the Nurburgring, where the car posted an EV record-breaking lap of just 7 minutes and 05.12 seconds.