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2013 Dodge SRT Viper

If you had any doubt from the recent onslaught of pro-Detroit commercials from both Dodge and Chrysler that the once-beleaguered automaker was back, the 2013 Dodge SRT Viper ($TBA) should be all the further proof you need. Available in SRT and SRT GTS variants, this fifth-generation racer will sport a massive mid-engine 8.4L V10 pumping out an estimated 640hp, a six-speed manual transmission, a new driver-selectable two-mode suspension system powered by Bilstein DampTronic Select shock absorbers, Brembo brakes, all-new carbon-fiber hood, roof, decklid and aluminum door panels, bi-xenon headlamps, and a host of high tech features that drag the venerable Viper name squarely into the 21st century.

  • Lamborghini Aventador J

    If we tried to sell you a car that's missing both its roof and its front windshield, you probably wouldn't be too enthusiastic — until we told you where it came from. The Lamborghini Aventador J ($TBA) is a street legal open-air racer, with two small wind deflectors in place of a normal windshield, and other weight-reducing, speed-increasing features like the lack of an audio, navigation, or HVAC system, Forged Composite seats with inserts made from "Carbonskin" — a new carbon fiber fabric — the same 700-hp 6.5-liter V12 as its standard stablemate, and copious use of lightweight materials throughout. Oh, and there's only one in existence — so good luck getting your hands on the keys.

  • Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

    Yes, it's gorgeous — but it's a Ferrari, so you already knew that. What you didn't know is that you're looking at the fastest Ferrari ever built. The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta ($TBA) is powered by a 6262cc V12 pumping out an insane 740 hp, which is enough to propel the Rosso Berlinetta rocket to 62 mph in just 3.1 seconds, hitting 104 in just 8.5 seconds on its way to a top speed of over 210 mph. Other features — as if they matter — include an all-new spaceframe chassis and body shell made using 12 different kinds of alloys, Active Brake Cooling for keeping those carbon-ceramic brakes in check, the latest version of the magnetorheological suspension control system, and, of course, an F1 dual-clutch transmission. Don't forget to wipe the drool off the screen when you're done.