It's hard to believe that Stuttgart's sports car in an oversized body has been around for over a decade, but with two generations under its belt, it's hitting its stride with the next-generation 2015 Porsche Cayenne. Available in four varieties — Cayenne Diesel, Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, and the all-new Cayenne S E-Hybrid — this sporty SUV features a sharper, cleaner design, power output between 240-520hp, with the S getting an entirely new 3.6 liter twin-turbo V6 engine that mixes power with fuel economy, Bi-Xenon headlights on the Diesel, S, and S E-Hybrid models and LED headlights on the Turbo, and all the interior and handling refinements that the brand is famous for.
Any Ferrari from the '60s is likely to be a pretty unique auto — it's not like there are a ton of them around — but if you're looking for something ultra-exclusive, this 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale by Scaglietti is your ride. The first of only three 275 GTB/C Speciales built, it offers unique features like aluminum bodywork, a Tipo 563 chassis, a lightweight block V-12 engine good for 320 hp, a five-speed manual transmission, an outside aluminum fuel filler cap for faster pit stops, aluminum bucket seats, and a striking silver and grey paint job.
We all know that the resources on this planet are limited — in particular the resources we use to power our cars — meaning that eventually we'll have to think of a more abundant alternative. And there are few resources on this planet more abundant than salt water. The guys bringing us the Quant E-Sportlimousine Concept have figured out a way to harness the power of salt water to run four electric motors, giving this car an incredible 912 horsepower and a range of nearly 400 miles. Forget that the car is gorgeous (you'll barely be able to see it when it tops out at 235 mph) and just revel in the sheer awesomeness of a car producing that much power from seawater alone.