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Rezvani Beast Alpha

With a carbon fiber body and simple, driver-focused interior, the Rezvani Beast Alpha doesn't need a massive powerplant to deliver eye-popping performance. Instead, it's turbocharged 2.4L engine outputs 500 hp, enough to propel the sub-2,000 pound car from 0-60 in just 3.2 seconds. Other signature features include an aggressive, aerodynamic body, a targa-style top, and crazy SideWinder doors that pop out and slide forward to provide entry.

  • Ferrari GTC4Lusso T

    A "base model" Ferrari is still going to be far prettier, faster, and more fun on the track than nearly any other car you can buy. Such is the case with the Ferrari GTC4Lusso T. Powered by a turbocharged 3.9L V8 instead of the V12 in the standard edition, the T gets by with "only" 600 hp, down from 680. This is offset by the weight savings it gets moving from all-wheel drive to a more traditional rear-wheel setup. All that said, it still has the four-wheel steering of the original, still has four seats, and is still the embodiment of what an Italian Grand Tourer should be.

  • 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.