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Audi R8 Exclusive Selection Edition

The 2013 model might be just around the corner, but if you're down for one last hurrah with the current version, you'll be handsomely rewarded. The Audi R8 Exclusive Selection Edition ($138,000-$170,000) is likely the last 2012 model to roll onto U.S. shores. In addition to the normal — if you can call them that — 430 hp V8 and 525 hp V10 engines, these special editions offer Daytona Gray matte exterior with carbon fiber details for the V8 or Ibis White with Brilliant Black details for the V10, along with upgraded interiors offering more leather, contrast stitching, a Bang & Olufsen Sound System, Navigation with the Audi Music Interface, and added carbon fiber for the V10. Available with a six-speed manual or automatic R tronic transmission, if you want one you'd best hurry — only 30 V10 and 20 V8 examples are being produced.

  • Aston Martin V12 Vantage Roadster

    Refined English motoring meets the open air in the Aston Martin V12 Vantage Roadster (£150,000; roughly $233,000). Like its hardtop counterpart, the Roaster is powered by a naturally-aspirated, 6.0L V12 engine pumping out 510 hp and mated to a six-speed gearbox that can send the two-seater from 0-62 mph in just 4.5 seconds on its way to a top speed of 190 mph. Other features include copious amounts of carbon fiber — in the side strakes, front splitter, rear diffuser, mirror caps, and rear lamp infills — and sexy 19-inch forged alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero Corsa rubber. Blissfully available in select markets worldwide.

  • McLaren MP4-12C Spider

    Enjoy the remaining months of warm weather by burning up the pavement in the new McLaren MP4-12C Spider ($265,750). Featuring a one-piece molded chassis, it weighs just 88 lbs more than its hardtop sibling, and features a retractable hard top, an electronically-controlled rear windscreen, a passive roll over protection system, and, of course, a 616 bhp, 3.8L V8 twin turbo engine paired with a 7 Speed SSG dual-clutch transmission that can launch you from 0-62 in just 3.1 seconds, with a top speed of 204 mph.