Its specs are the stuff of science fiction. Its looks are too. Powered by four electric motors paired with a 6.2L V8 — a system it calls the "Warp Drive" — the Arash AF10 produces an insane 2,100 hp, capable of moving its carbon chassis from 0-60 mph in just 2.8 seconds. Its gearboxes are similarly advanced, with each motor getting a 2-speed box, while the V8 gets your choice of manual or paddle shift six-speed. The body is sculpted to be as slick as possible, with a fixed wing in the rear, and moving wing in the front, and a tear drop cockpit.
The Rimac Concept One is a special vehicle, and not just because it's among the rare concepts that become production cars. It's special because it's being dubbed the first all-electric hypercar. Thanks to a quartet of permanent magnet electric motors, one for each wheel, it has a total output of 1088 hp, good for a 0-62 time of 2.6 seconds and the ability to reach 186 mph in just 14.2 seconds. Handling is helped along by the central location of the motors, allowing for perfect weight distribution and a low center of gravity, while the carbon-ceramic braking system helps slow things down when necessary and the luxurious interior keeps you comfortable as the scenery flies by.
The Huayra was already a speedy beast of a machine. The Pagani Huayra BC is just speedier. With the BC, the company has managed to massage 789 hp from the twin-turbo 6.0L V12 engine, and paired it with a brand-new seven-speed automatic that cuts shift times in half while also weighing less. Indeed, lighter weight was also a goal for the car, as it's nearly 300 lbs. lighter than the "standard" model, thanks to upgrades like a new titanium exhaust system, lighter Brembo brakes, custom forged wheels, and a revised, more aerodynamic body made from an all-new composite material that's 50 percent lighter yet 20 percent stronger than carbon fiber.
A high-powered daily driver, it's not — but if you're looking for a GT racer for the upcoming season, the 2016 McLaren 650S GT3 is a good bet. This track-only version is powered by a biturbo 3.8L V8, limited to 500 hp to meet FIA GT3 regulations and paired to a six-speed sequential gearbox. The interior is predictably sparse, with a carbon fiber racing seat and dash, six-point harness, adjustable pedals, and a racing steering wheel, and built-in air jacks let your crew lift the car's 2,733 pounds off the ground with nothing but an air line.
It's no where near as practical as a typical 4x4, but as far as Maranello's lineup goes, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso is fairly impressive. As the company's first Grand Tourer to combine rear-wheel steering with four-wheel drive, it can handle conditions that would relegate most to the garage, massaging the V12 engine's 680 hp to ensure all that power reaches the road in a controlled manner. Its name draws on classic Prancing Horse entries like the 330 GTC and 250 GT, while the 4 alludes to the car's four seats, which let you and three friends enjoy the 3.4 second 0-62 accelleration and 208 mph top speed.