Another day, another celebrated automotive classic making a comeback. The 2014 Jensen Interceptor ($TBA) is a modern version of the hand-built British original, with an angular design that recalls the four-seat grand tourer of the late '60s and early '70s. Details are slim, but we do know that it will feature an all-new aluminum chassis, a handcrafted aluminum body, and plenty of power, and we also know that it it looks anything like this mockup, we'll be wanting one in our driveways.
It's not all new — unless you wanted to buy it in North America — but the 2012 Audi RS5 ($TBA) is more than welcome in our garages just the same. It still features a hand-built 450hp, 4.2L V8 good for a 0-62 time of 4.6 seconds and a top speed of nearly 175 mph, a seven-speed dual-clutch S tronic transmission, and Quattro all-wheel-drive, but boast small upgrades like a remixed front end with a new single-frame grille and new headlight treatments, new LED rear lights with continuous light strips, and sharper edges all around, all of which add to the car's aggressive, "drive me fast" style.
The high-end convertible parade continues with the 2012 Bentley Continental GTC ($TBA). Borrowing its lower lines from its hard-top stablemate, the GTC features a power-retracting soft-top, a 6.0-liter W12 engine good for 567 horsepower, a 0-60 time of 4.5 seconds, and a top speed of 195 mph, an all-new nav system with touchscreen and Naim for Bentley premium audio, your choice of 17 lush leather interior options, and standard 20-inch wheels with 21-inchers an option for those of you who loathe extra space in your wheel wells.