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Ferrari 458 Spider

Been a little bummed because there wasn't a base model convertible available from the prancing horse after the F430 was put out to pasture? Then you're probably as pumped as we are to be looking at the new Ferrari 458 Spider ($TBA). Not content to simply bring the drop-top back to Ferrari's mid-engine lineup, the 458 Spider is the world's first mid-rear engined ride with a retractable hard top, which flips over to stow neatly beneath the rear deck lid — in a mere 14 seconds. Other features include 4.5L V8 producing 562 hp, Ferrari's dual-clutch F1 paddle-shift transmission, high-performance ABS for slowing the damn thing down from its top speed of roughly 200mph, and gorgeous 20-inch rims worthy of the Pininfarina body up top.

  • Maserati Gran Turismo S Superior Black Edition

    And the strange, nearly unexplainable string of ebony-themed luxury cars rolls on with the Maserati Gran Turismo S Superior Black Edition ($TBA). Created by the mad minds at Anderson Germany, the Superior features a silky matte black exterior treatment, glossy black 21-inch wheels, new carbon fiber replacements for the hoot, mirrors, tailgate, and roof ledges, an enhanced 4.7-liter V8 pumping out 492 hp, a slew of carbon fiber and black Alcantara elements in the interior, and even a PS3 — although whether it's the shiny black or matte black model is anyone's guess.

  • Hennessey V1000 Twin-Turbo

    Not content with the 550+ hp of the standard Cadillac CTS-V Coupe? Well, have we got something for you. The Hennessey V1000 Twin-Turbo ($TBA) boasts an insane 1,000 hp thanks to its 427ci LS V8 engine that's paired with twin turbochargers, an air-to-air intercooler, a high-flow K&N air filter, and upgraded fuel systems for maximum performance -- like a 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 230 mph. Other features include 15.1 inch carbon ceramic Brembo brakes, 20-inch Hennessey Monoblock wheels, a lowered suspension, new carbon fiber bodywork, and limited edition, individually-numbered placards on the dash and engine, indicating your ride's place among the 12 that will be built.