There's absolutely nothing wrong with the standard Audi RS7, what with its five doors, low-slung body, and quattro all-wheel drive. But if you're looking for something above and beyond the standard model, the Audi RS7 Dynamic Edition should be just what you're looking for. It's powered by the same twin-turbo, 4.0L TFSI V8, producing 560 hp and a 0-60 time of just 3.7 seconds, but adds Audi's Dynamic Ride Control suspension, a sport exhaust, 21-inch wheels, a carbon fiber front splitter, rear diffuser, and engine cover, and new interior options like honeycomb-stitched leather sport seats, red seatbelts and contrast stitching, and more carbon fiber inlays.
Whether you've been receiving death threats or are simply rich and paranoid, the Audi A8 L Security is the vehicle for you. Arriving directly from the factory with a host of security features built-in, this rolling passenger tank boasts class VR 7 ballistic protection and explosion resistance, making it impervious to both "NATO sub-caliber ammunition" and military hand grenades. It also features an armor-plated communication box in the trunk, as well as optional emergency exit, fire extinguisher, and fresh-air systems. Of course, it's still an Audi, and as such is loaded with luxurious interior appointments, one of two powerful engines, and full-time quattro all-wheel-drive — which can come in quite handy when fleeing a steady stream of assassin's bullets.
For the guys out there who can't decide between absolute luxury and serious horsepower, the fine folks at Rolls-Royce have dropped a more-powerful engine into the Ghost, calling it the Ghost V-Specification ($450,000). Sporting a twin-turbocharged 6.6-liter V12 engine, this four-door sports 593 horsepower, up from 563 in the previous model, giving it enough power and acceleration to put a smile on your chauffeur's face. It also sports 21-inch two-tone alloy wheels, a beautifully-appointed interior, a custom dashboard clock, and more. Additionally, this highly-limited edition Ghost is now available in a white, grey, or three shades of black, with both a standard and extended wheelbase variant.