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Bowler EXR S

Rally-ready, road-legal. The Bowler EXR S (£155,000; roughly $240,000) is one of the beefiest SUVs available, and is likely the closest thing you can get to a street-legal rally car. Built atop a Land Rover platform and powered by the automaker's 5.0L supercharged V8 pumping out 550hp, it reaches 0-62 in 4.2 seconds, boasts a top speed of 155mph, and offers a slew of race-ready features like a MSA approved advanced tubular roll cage, a custom composite body, Brembo brakes, Bi-Xenon headlamps, 22-inch wheels, Bilstein dampers, Eibach springs, two racing seats, and 3-point seat belts.

  • Nissan Juke Nismo

    We're not sure whether it's trying to be a CRX beater or a faster small utility, but whatever it is, we know one thing the Nissan Juke Nismo ($TBA) isn't: slow. Powered by a tuned version of the standard Juke's 1.6L turbocharged engine, we're guessing it'll be putting out quite a bit more than the respectable 188 hp of the standard model — and the outside will show it, thanks to a new aero package, wider 18-inch alloy wheels, a tailgate spoiler, and a new grille. Inside, the steering wheel, pedals, gauges, gear knob and door trims have been redesigned and paired with suede-trimmed Nismo sports seats with red stitching. The good news? A US launch has already been confirmed. The bad? Who knows when that will actually happen.

  • BMW M135i

    Not content to let its coupe-y siblings have all the M-Powered fun, the new BMW M135i ($TBA) packs some serious power into a compact hatchback package. Available in three- and five-door versions, the M135i is powered by a 320 hp straight-six TwinPower Turbo engine, a host of high-tech safety features like adaptive headlights, a rear view camera, and a lane-departure warning system, BMW Assist, a model-specific exterior and interior design, a longer, wider, and more spacious body, M-grade suspension components, your choice of six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic transmissions, and optional xDrive all-wheel drive. We're keeping our fingers crossed for a US launch.