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Lotus Elite

The Lotus Evora gave us a hint of where the company's design language was headed, but we still weren't quite prepared for the sleek, angular lines of the Lotus Elite ($180,000). Powered by a front/mid-engine 5-Liter V8 sourced from the Lexus IS F and hooked to an automatic tranny with optional use of hybrid technology with KERS, the Elite boasts 611hp, a 0-100 km/h time of roughly 3.6 seconds, and a top speed of 195 mph, this retractable hardtop 2+2 is primed to vault Lotus into the supercar market in a big — and stylish — manner.

  • Firebreather

    You didn't really think the world was going to let GM bring back the Camaro without creating a Firebird-like counterpart, did you? The Firebreather ($60,000) is as close as you're going to come to a 2011 Firebird, with a modified body that goes as far as you can into F-bird territory without running into GM design patents, a supercharged, 6.2L V8 good for 599 rear-wheel horses, a custom interior, and custom 20-inch wheels.

  • Dodge Mopar '10 Challenger

    Not that the Challenger didn't already sport retro looks, but the Dodge Mopar '10 Challenger ($39,000) takes it to the next level. Powered by a 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 with cold-air intake, the Mopar '10 also features a front strut brace, strut-tower brace, unique engine cover, Katzkin leather seating, Mopar shift handles, and a "Brilliant" Black paint job. Get in line now, because only 500 of these bad boys will be available.