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Bentley Supersports Ice Speed Record Convertible

Fresh off setting a new world ice speed record, Bentley is ready to celebrate with the Bentley Supersports Ice Speed Record Convertible ($TBA). Limited to just 100 cars worldwide, this beastly drop-top features a 6.0 L, twin turbo-charged W12 Flex Fuel engine that runs on either gasoline or E85 bio-ethanol or any combination of the two and is good for 631 hp. Paired with a Quickshift six-speed automatic transmission, the Continental can go from 0-60mph in 3.8 seconds and from 0-100 in just 9.5 seconds; other features include all-wheel drive, a new exhaust system, diamond-quilted Alcantara interior accents, an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a 30GB hard drive, and the ability to keep you warm even though your roof is made of fabric.

  • 2012 Aston Martin Virage Coupe

    If you've been waiting on Aston Martin to release a model between the DB9 and the DBS, a.) You're life can't be too bad and b.) Your wait is over. The 2012 Aston Martin Virage Coupe ($TBA) is meant as a compromise between the elegance of the DB9 and the sportiness of the DBS, featuring a hand-built 6.0 litre V12 engine good for 490 horsepower and a top speed over 185 mph, a six-speed Touchtronic II automatic transmission, carbon ceramic brakes, a new Adaptive Damping System to provide optimum handling, a 50:50 weight balance, and bi-xenon headlamps on the driving side, plus a 6.5-inch display with navigation, 700W Aston Martin Premium Audio System, heated seats, Bluetooth, and full iPod integration on the creature comfort side, making it the best of both worlds.

  • Jaguar XKR-S

    It's not the company's first beefed up XKR, but it is the most powerful. The new Jaguar XKR-S ($TBA) is powered by a higher-output supercharged V8 good for 550 hp, a top speed of 186 mph, and a 0-60 time of just 4.2 seconds. Other features include a racier revised suspension, new badging, and a new aerodynamically-friendly design that will have passerby stopping in their tracks.