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2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

Not content with the 400+ horsepower of the Camaro SS? Feast your eyes, ears, and whatever else you like on the 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 ($TBA). Owing its lineage to the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 — of which only 69 were built — this new top-of-the-line Camaro will be powered by a 6.2L supercharged engine producing an estimated 550hp and paired to a six-speed manual with a dual-disc clutch system to get that power to the wheels, and will claim the title of "most technologically advanced Camaro ever" thanks to features like Magnetic Ride Control with Tour and Sport modes, a dual-mode exhaust system which alters the sound level and character in response to engine RPM, Brembo brakes, HID headlamps, a vented carbon fiber hood insert, and a specialized spoiler. Schedule your track time now.

  • Pagani Huayra

    Some cars simply qualify for the label "exotic," but the new Pagani Huayra ($TBA) exudes it. Boasting an instantly identifiable exterior, the Huayra features huge gull-wing doors, bi-xenon headlights, a carbon-titanium monocoque, a Mercedes-AMG 12-cylinder biturbo engine good for over 700 hp, a seven-speed sequential gearbox and a dual-disc clutch, and a central touch screen high-definition multimedia system. Instead of going further, we'll just leave you with this "exotic" moment from the press release: "With its power, the god of the wind Huayra Tata may raise the waters of Lake Titicaca and turn them into rain that pours on the fertile Pachamama." Exactly.

  • 2012 Ferrari FF

    Need a car capable of hauling the kids around but not ready to give up on your dream of a red Ferrari sitting in your garage? Meet the 2012 Ferrari FF ($TBA). Boasting a striking design that somehow manages to look like an offspring of Maranello yet still finds a way to sneak in four seats and a rear hatch, the FF also sports several firsts for the label of the prancing horse, including a part-time all-wheel drive system and an all-new 6.3-liter V12 good for 651hp, a 0-62 time of 3.7 seconds, and a top speed of 208 mph — all the more reason to remind your youngsters to buckle up.