If you're concerned that your Ferrari 458 isn't quite powerful enough — we feel your pain — fret not, the Hennessey HPE700 Twin Turbo Ferrari 458 ($293,000) is here to give you a few more of those much-needed ponies (170 more, to be exact). The heart of this upgrade, sitting beneath custom-made carbon-fiber covers, are two low-inertia, ball-bearing turbochargers operating at a maximum seven psi of boost, and producing a staggering total of 738 hp and 532 lb-ft of torque. They also throw in professional installation, dyno tuning, road testing, an air-to-water intercooler system, new lines, pipes, and Hennessey exterior badging so everyone knows what you're pushing.
When you need a ride that's as race-ready as it is street-legal, then the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Squadra Corse ($TBA) is the only choice. With a 570-horsepower V10 engine, this supercar rockets to 104 mph in just 10.4 seconds, and tops out at an incredible 199 mph. A carbon fiber rear wing produces plenty of downforce to keep it glued to the ground, while carbon-ceramic brakes help stop its minimal 2,954 pounds. The interior — which speaks to its racing heritage — is decked out in carbon fiber and Alcantara, for a refined, yet minimalist aesthetic.
It's not just a 1950s Ferrari — it's a one-of-a-kind 1950s Ferrari. And you can expect this 1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe Vignale ($TBA; auction) to fetch a one-of-a-kind price when it's put up at the Bonhams Quail Lodge Auction in August. Designed by Giovanni Michelotti for Vignale, this coach built car recently underwent a painstaking restoration, and remains correct in every detail, down to its tobacco and burnt sienna livery. Produced at the very beginning of Ferrari's legendary 250 model range, it'd be a crown jewel of any aficionado's collection.
As if driving a normal Aventador wasn't exclusive enough, now you can up your supercar cred by placing an order for the Lamborghini Aventador LP 720-4 50th Anniversary Edition ($TBA). Limited to just 200 units — 100 coupes and 100 roadsters — this is more than just a fancy paint job, with horsepower increased to 720 and a new performance-oriented front and rear end design that includes larger front air intakes and splitter, small side flaps, and an all-new rear end with a larger diffuser and new meshwork that improves ventilation. The result is a 50% increase in aerodynamic efficiency, a 0-62 time of just 2.9 seconds, and a top speed of 217 mph.