Enjoy all the looks of a classic muscle car without all the maintenance headaches with the Revology Mustang. On the outside, you'll find a new, Ford-licensed 1965 Mustang body, but underneath is a completely updated car. For starters, the body has been modified to improve rigidity and reduce noise and vibrations, but also to allow for modern components like a fuel injected 5.0L engine, your choice of 5-speed manual or automatic transmissions, a MacPherson strut front suspension, power steering, power brakes, a stainless steel dual exhaust, and LED head and tail lamps. The interior has likewise been modernized, with A/C, a tilt wheel, power windows, power locks, power seats, remote keyless entry and trunk release, Bluetooth, multiple USB and AUX ports, LED lighting, three-point seat belts, optional air bags, and an optional integrated entertainment system.
The first 200 S chassis ever built, this 1956 Maserati 200 SI has an important place in the company's history not just because of its provenance, but because of its implications for the factory racing team. Its rich history includes being raced by the likes of Sterling Moss and Giuseppe Farina on tracks spanning the globe from Cuba to the Nürburgring, an extensive exhibition history, and multiple owners that likewise moved the car from locales as varied as Venezuela and Tokyo, caring for it all the while. Certified by the Maserati Classiche Department, it includes the original build sheets, invoices detailing its restoration, and FIA papers.
Based on the Premium model, the 2016 Nissan GT-R 45th Anniversary Gold Edition isn't any faster — but it's definitely more exclusive. Limited to just 30 examples stateside, it arrives in a special "Silica Brass" color, with a gold-tone VIN plate and a special commemorative plaque inside. Other features are the same as its stablemates, and include a 3.8-liter twin turbo V6 engine producing 550hp, all-wheel drive, an on-board driving recorder, and an 11-speaker Bose sound system with active noise cancellation.
Retro style. Modern mechanics. The Morgan Aero 8 blends a hand-sculpted aluminum body inspired by the classic open cars of the '60s with a modern aluminum chassis, a high-tech 4.8 liter BMW V8 pumping out 372 hp, and your choice of a 6 speed manual or paddle-shift automatic transmission. Consistent with this theme, the interior also mixes touchscreen media systems and carbon seats with classic touches like real wood surrounds, textured carpets, and fine leather trim. Hardtop optional.