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2012 Hyundai Veloster

When is a coupe not a coupe? When it's got three doors. The all-new 2012 Hyundai Veloster ($TBA) is indeed a three-door coupe, packing a third door on the rear passenger side, as well as features like a 1.6L in-line four cylinder engine good for 138 hp and fuel efficiency of roughly 40 mpg, your choice of six-speed manual or dual-clutch transmissions, a standard seven-inch touchscreen with Pandora, video playback, video game connectivity, and Bluetooth, LED position lights, a McPherson strut front suspension for excellent handling, and either 17- or 18-inch wheels.

  • Aston Martin Cygnet

    Well, we sure didn't see this coming. The Aston Martin Cygnet ($TBA) is a new production two-door hatchback — yes, you read that correctly — that forgoes the company's normal combination of lengthy, powerful machines for eco-friendliness and efficiency of both space and design, with a body that measures just under ten feet long while affording all the creature comforts one expects from Aston Martin.

  • Maybach 57 S Coupe

    Wowza. As if regular, four-door Maybachs weren't rare, rich, or regal enough, someone's gone and turned one into a coupe. Limited to just 100 units, the Maybach 57 S Coupe (€675,000; roughly $940,000) is a custom creation of coachbuilder Xenatec, featuring a lower roof line, steeper rakes on the front and rear windshields, longer — way longer — doors, the same pavement-eating 612 hp twin-turbo V12, and pretty much any creature comfort you could ask for.