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2008 Ford Shelby GT500KR

2008 Ford Shelby GT500KR

"Eleanor" is back. The Ford Shelby GT500KR ($TBA; 2008) marks the 40th anniversary of the original GT500KR, and boasts 540 horsepower. Other features include a revised calibration and cold air intake system, 6-speed manual transmission, Shelby-designed 18-inch wheels, carbon composite hood, and a revamped suspension. If you're trying to get your hands on the most powerful production Mustang ever built, get in line now — only a thousand will be built.

  • Maserati GranTurismo

    When a car shares its name with our favorite racing game, it's got a head-start on the competition. When it's a Maserati as well, the race is already over. With a 60-year tradition, the Maserati GranTurismo ($TBA) is the perfect blend of performance and daily driver, with room for four, creature comforts aplenty, 49/51% weight distribution, and a 4.2 liter V8 that cranks out 405hp, linked to an adaptive automatic gearbox. Sure, we might not be able to afford it, but that doesn't mean we can't appreciate it.

  • Honda Civic Mugen Si Sedan

    Mugen has been known for its JDM Honda performance products and styling for decades. And to the delight of import enthusiasts, Honda has finally announced a special model Civic prepared by Mugen. Planned for production in a limited quantity of 500 units a year, the Civic Mugen Si Sedan ($30,000) boasts a track-tuned suspension that lowers the vehicle by 0.6 inches, 18x7.5-inch forged aluminum wheels, a new sports exhaust system, and a full-vehicle aero-package that adds a front spoiler with a sports grille, side spoilers, a rear bumper diffuser and a rear wing. Other touches include front and rear Mugen emblems, a serial number placard, and Mugen shift knob.