Audi R8 Spyder V10 Plus

The most powerful open-air production car ever from the four rings, the Audi R8 Spyder V10 Plus takes an already insanely quick ride and makes it even faster. Its 610 hp V10 produces 70 hp more than the standard model and is linked to a seven-speed S Tronic transmission and Quattro permanent all-wheel-drive. The result is a 0-62 time of just 3.3 seconds and a top speed of over 200 mph. The Plus comes with several other standard improvements, as well, including R8 bucket seats, a host of CFRP components, and an exclusive micrommata green paint option.

  • BMW M4 GT4

    Proven through over 20,000 miles of testing and hours upon hours in the wind tunnel, the BMW M4 GT4 is ready to be your next track car. Its twin-turbo inline six engine outputs over 430 hp, with the exact number depending on the car's power sticks, which offer plug-and-play changes in performance. The chassis includes a welded safety cage, while the majority of the body components — including the race-specific front splitters and rear wings — are made from carbon fiber reinforced plastic. Other tricks are borrowed from the top-of-the-line M6 GT3, making the GT4 a formidable challenger.

  • Shelby Wide Body Super Snake

    Created to push the performance envelope of the 2015+ Mustang chassis, the Shelby Wide Body Super Snake is a track-focused concept. The wider track — four inches in the rear, and 2.5 up front — gives it improved traction, letting you brake later and accelerate earlier out of the corner. New front fenders and rear quarter panels accommodate the revised Cortex track suspension, bigger Brembo brakes help stop the 750 hp beast, and forged aluminum wheels reduce weight. Expected to go into production this fall, it will be available worldwide and indexed in the official Shelby Registry

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