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Aston Martin Vanquish S

The existing Vanquish was already great. Instead of a complete re-think, the Aston Martin Vanquish S makes several subtle tweaks to up the performance of the already powerful GT. The 6.0L V12 gets a new intake system, boosting its output from 565 to 592 hp, and the re-calibrated eight-speed transmission delivers faster shifts and a more refined in-town experience. The suspension has likewise been updated for more precise control in sport modes, and the aerodynamics have been plussed with a front splitter and rear diffuser crafted from exposed carbon fiber. The finished package is a refined yet exhilarating tourer that's as comfortable on cross-country drives as it is on twisty mountain roads.

  • Saleen S7 LM

    Created to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the company's seven-year run of racing championships, the Saleen S7 LM brings back one of this century's most successful supercars. Unlike the naturally-aspirated original, this limited edition model has a twin-turbo 7.0L V8 at its core, producing over 1,000 hp. In addition, the LM will feature a livery, wheels, interior, and performance enhancements unique to this model. Limited to just seven examples and built by hand at the company's Corona, CA HQ.

  • Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster

    The first topless version of the Tri Star's flagship sports car, the Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster adds open-air fun to an already exhilarating driving experience. It comes in two varieties: a standard model with an output of 469 hp, and a GT C model with 550 hp, good for a 0-60 time of 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 196 mph. Both are powered by a biturbo 4.0L V8 paired with an AMG seven-speed, dual clutch transmission, and the GT C borrows tech from the top-of-the-line GT R with active rear-axle steering, active air management, an AMG Ride Control sport suspension, a performance exhaust, and a wider, more muscular build.