With gull-wing doors that recall the classic Mercedes-Benz 300SL and a beefy V8 engine, the AC Cobra MkVI ($TBA) is a fine new ride. It features a retro design, a 6.2L Corvette engine good for between 437 and 647hp, Porsche brakes, a removable hardtop, racing suspension, and, with a curb weight of just 2,260 lbs, a 0-60 time in the three second range. It's like a classic hot rod with all-new internals.
Built for speed, the Nissan Nismo 370Z ($TBA) is a turnkey tuner's dream. This faster, sportier version of the Z features a 350hp 3.7-liter V6, a unique racing-inspired body kit, ultra-lightweight 19-inch Rays forged alloy wheels wrapped in Yokohama Advan Sport rubber, 14-inch front and 13.8-inch rear Nismo sport brakes, a close-ratio 6-speed manual transmission with Nissan's new SynchroRev Match functionality that automatically controls and adjusts engine speed when shifting, HID xenon headlights, Nissan Intelligent Key push-button start, and more.
Ten years in the making, the Factory Five Type 65 Coupe ($15,000 - $22,000) is known as the most accurate replica of the original 1965 Word Championship Coupes. The Type 65 stays true to its original vintage lines and traditional features (like a wooden steering wheel), while adding modern refinements, reaping the benefits of modern technology and engineering. The Base kit lets you use parts from an old Ford Mustang to build your Type 65. If that sounds too hard, go whole-hog and get the Complete kit which contains everything you'll need to assemble your coupe except for the engine and transmission.