It's not quite as quick as its Turbo equivalent, but the 2015 Porsche Cayenne GTS is far from a slouch. Powered by an all-new 3.6-liter twin-turbo V6, the GTS boasts 440 hp, a 0-60 time of just 5.2 seconds, and a top speed of 163 mph. Other features include Porsche Active Suspension Management that lets the GTS sit 20 millimeters lower, 20-inch RS Spyder wheels, brakes borrowed from its faster Turbo sibling, a sportier body with the turbo nose fascia, a roof spoiler, and wheel arch extensions, eight-way adjustable GTS sport seats, and a multi-function sport steering wheel with paddle shifters.
Part superbike, part computer, all performance. The Ducati 1299 Panigale Superbike Motorcycle is the Italian manufacturer's newest flagship, and it promises to set a new benchmark for speed and handling. It's powered by a 1,285cc Superquadro engine that outputs 205 hp, which is paired with a new electronic package offering three different Riding Modes, Cornering ABS, Ducati Wheelie Control, Ducati Traction Control, and Ducati Quick Shift, the first time the latter's been offered on a street-legal bike. While you might not be able to legally use all that power on the road, it's nice to know it's there when you decide to hit the track.
The Jaguar F-Type is no slouch, performance-wise, but if you're looking to shave a couple extra seconds off your lap times — or your trips to the office — the Hennessey HPE600 Jaguar F-Type has what you're looking for. Thanks to upgrades that include custom software tuning, a new supercharger pulley, and a boosted intercooler, this machine puts out 623 hp, letting it rocket from 0-60 in just 3.5 seconds and blow through a quarter mile in just 11.4 seconds at a speed of 126 mph. At those speeds, the cars you're passing won't even be able to make out the special Hennessey badging before you're a blur in the windshield.