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2015 Ford Mustang 50th Anniversary Edition

Mustangs have stood for generations as the quintessential American everyman's sports car — affordable enough for just about everyone, and powerful enough to make it worth your while. The 2015 Ford Mustang 50th Anniversary Edition celebrates that legacy as a run limited to just 1,964 vehicles modeled after the 2015 Mustang GT with the Performance Pack. If you're lucky enough to get your hands on one, you can choose between Kona Blue or Wimbledon White, and either a six-speed automatic or manual transmission. Both come with a naturally-aspirated five-liter V8 with 420 horsepower and 390 pound-feet of torque. The special edition gets you an interior with leather and cashmere details, two-tone leather and black upholstery, and a special logo so everyone knows exactly what you're driving.

  • 2015 Porsche Cayman GTS

    If you're in the market for a Porsche, but don't want to drop the kind of money that would land you in a fairly-decent home, then the 2015 Porsche Cayman GTS is the only way to go. Having come into its own over the past couple years — and by no means any longer considered a poor man's Porsche — the Cayman is plenty of car for your buck. With a 3.4-liter flat six with a total output of 340 horsepower and the ability to hit 177 mph, it's no slouch on the road or the track. Both the Cayman and its convertible sibling the Boxster feature the Sport Chrono package standard, letting you configure driving dynamics on the fly, while a standard six-speed manual gives you plenty of control over every bit of power packed into the rear.

  • 2015 Mercedes S-Class Coupe

    When it comes to cramming their cars full of tech, few automakers do it better than Mercedes. The 2015 Mercedes S-Class Coupe is no exception. Powered by a twin-turbo V8 good for 449 hp, this sleek two door is loaded with features, including advanced lane keeping, cruise control, and collision prevention systems, high-end Burmester audio, a panorama sunroof that can go from transparent to opaque at the push of a button, an available heads-up display, and a large infotainment display. But the real standout is the new active curve tilting, which combines with Active Body Control system with a pair of front-mounted cameras to detect upcoming corners and actually lean the car like a motorcycle up to 2.5 degrees to reduce lateral acceleration.