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Apollo Arrow

Freed from the financial troubles (and rather unfortunate name) of its previous incarnation as a Gumpert, the Apollo Arrow is ready to take its place among the world's most stunning cars. Powered by an Audi-sourced 4.0L twin-turbo V8, it outputs 1,000 hp, enough to send the sub 3,000-pound car from 0 to 62 in just 2.9 seconds, topping out at 224 mph. The powerful drivetrain is nearly an afterthought to the F-22 Raptor-inspired exterior, an elongated series of sharp lines and curves that terminates in a point on the front end and in a massive spoiler on the other. Expected to debut in some lucky owners' driveways in 2017.

  • Aston Martin DB11

    The first all-new Aston GT in over a decade — not counting Bond's DB10 from Spectre — the Aston Martin DB11 represents the first entry in the company's new direction and a bold entry into the supercar race. It's built on a bonded aluminium chassis and powered by a 5.2L twin-turbocharged V12 developed in-house and producing 600 hp. Paired to an 8-speed ZF transmission and one of several driver-selectable driving modes, it delivers a 0-62 time of 3.9 seconds and a top speed of 200 mph, in part thanks to aerodynamic trickery like uninterrupted roof strakes and a "virtual" rear spoiler that routes air from the base of the C-pillar through the body and out via an aperture in the decklid. The interior is fittingly upscale, with a 12-inch display for the instrument cluster, a centrally-mounted 8-inch screen for infotainment control, and contrasting leatherwork throughout.

  • Bugatti Chiron

    It's hardly been a secret — we've known its name for months — but the successor to the Veyron is finally official, and it doesn't disappoint. The Bugatti Chiron is the most powerful road car ever produced, with a quad-turbocharged, 8.0L W16 engine producing an insane 1,500 hp. The company promises a 0-62 time of under 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 261 mph, numbers helped along by the seven-speed dual clutch gearbox, multi-plate clutch four-wheel drive system, and carbon fiber monocoque. Despite the jaw-dropping performance, the interior is extremely luxurious, with hi-res digital displays that adapt to the car's speed, simplifying as it increases, leather everywhere, and a world-class audio system. Production is limited to 500 cars, and nearly a third of them have already been spoken for.