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Brabus 800 E V12 Cabriolet

Let's see... you need a ridiculously fast car, with open-air credentials, and the ability to haul four people around comfortably. The Brabus 800 E V12 Cabriolet (€478,000; roughly $670,000) meets all these criteria and more. Based on the E-Class Cabriolet, the 800 sports a 788hp engine based on the V12 of the S 600, improved aerodynamics thanks to body modifications, 10-inch-wide, 19-inch wheels, a custom high-performance braking system, and the ability to go from 0-62 mph in just 3.7 seconds on your way to a top speed of 231.

  • BMW M3 Frozen Black Edition

    Joining the ranks of other luxury cars to see recent colorless conversions is the BMW M3 Frozen Black Edition ($80,000). Boasting the full power of a normal M3 — complete with competition, premium, and convenience packages — the Frozen Black features a four liter V8 good for 414 hp and a 0-60 time of 4.5 seconds thanks to the M DCT dual-clutch transmission, matte black exterior paint, black M3 GTS wheels, red brake calipers, black Novillo leather seats with red contrast stitching, heated seats, a premium sound system, and the exclusivity that comes from being one of only 20 examples ever made.

  • Vilner Mini Cooper Italian Job Edition

    Mini Coopers are lauded for their incredibly fun handling characteristics and sporty S configurations, but their plasticy interiors tend to drive off more discerning customers. Not so with the Vilner Mini Cooper Italian Job Edition ($TBA). This specialty Cooper S conversion replaces the standard interior with seats of diamond-quilted Nappa leather, two-tone Alcantara coverings for the inner roof, pillars, and trim, and an exterior featuring a custom matte gray paint job, a matte black roof, trim, and wheels, and classic racing lines with side number decals.