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2009 BMW 7 Series

2009 BMW 7 Series

Mobsters, execs, and other well-heeled large car aficionados take note: the all-new 2009 BMW 7 Series ($TBA) is coming. Outfitted with either a twin-turbo V8 or a super-mean 6.0-liter V-12, the big cruiser is packed to the gills with advanced tech like optional four-wheel steering, next-gen iDrive with a 10.2-inch display, active blind spot detection, night vision with pedestrian detection, and more. It's made for the guy who wants his car to be as smart as his gadgets.

  • 2009 Cadillac CTS-V

    Cadillac's hot rod luxury sedan gets even more power and tech goodies in the upcoming edition. The 2009 Cadillac CTS-V ($TBA) delivers a supercharged 550 horsepower, while its Magnetic Ride Control (shocks controlled by electro-magnets instead of mechanical valves) and racing-inspired Performance Traction Management program keeps you tight. The high-performance sedan also features new front and rear fascias, 6-piston Brembo brakes, 19-inch wheels wrapped in Michelin's Pilot Sport 2 (PS2) summer tire, and either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. Inside, you get 14-way adjustable Recaro driving seats, hand-stitched everything, and a navigation system with a 40GB hard drive, pop-up screen, and Bose digital surround audio. [More Photos]

  • 2008 Honda Accord

    It might not be the flashiest of cars, but odds are you've wanted one before. The 2008 Honda Accord ($TBA) is the eighth edition of Honda's flagship, and offers an available i-VTEC V-6 that produces 268 horsepower and boasts Variable Cylinder Management with fuel-saving 4- and 3-cylinder modes, available Satellite-Linked Navigation with voice activation and Bluetooth, a myriad of safety improvements, an optional 6-speed manual transmission, and optional 18-inch wheels.