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Cadillac ELR

When you first saw the Chevy Volt, did you think "man, that'd make for a nice Cadillac coupe"? If so, give yourself a pat on the back because that's very much what the Cadillac ELR ($TBA) is. This extended range electric combines a pure electric drive system and a range-extending 1.4L gas engine for 207 horsepower and a driving range exceeding 300 miles. Outside, you'll find aggressive body work, 20-inch wheels, and LED headlamps and taillamps, while inside you'll find a 2+2 layout, a cut & sew interior, and Cadillac CUE with navigation. Sales start in early 2014.

  • Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 45th Anniversary Edition

    Most high-end sports cars try to get as close as possible to full-on racecar capabilities while maintaining street-friendly looks and interiors. Created to celebrate the anniversary of the first SL model, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 45th Anniversary Edition (€446,250; roughly $580,000) says to hell with all of that. It's a true racer, with a ton of parts made from lightweight CFRP, an AMG 6.3-litre V8 engine hand-fitted with help from Bernd Schneider, a special magno graphite matte paint job, a steel roll-over cage, and six-point seat belts. The best part? You and the other four people lucky enough to own one get to pick their new rides up at Mercedes-AMG in Affalterbach, and can even get some race track coaching while they're there.

  • Maserati GranCabrio MC

    Four seats, two doors, no roof — that's the formula for making a Maserati GranCabrio MC ($TBA). Okay, so maybe there's a bit more that goes into this high-powered convertible. Inspired by the GranTurismo MC Stradale, it features a sporty, aggressive body that's longer than the standard GranCabrio, a front end taken almost directly from the MC Stradale, and a rear that's dominated by the large spoiler, which gives greater negative lift at high speeds and houses the third brake light.