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Firebreather

You didn't really think the world was going to let GM bring back the Camaro without creating a Firebird-like counterpart, did you? The Firebreather ($60,000) is as close as you're going to come to a 2011 Firebird, with a modified body that goes as far as you can into F-bird territory without running into GM design patents, a supercharged, 6.2L V8 good for 599 rear-wheel horses, a custom interior, and custom 20-inch wheels.

  • Tesla Roadster 2.5

    After one of the biggest IPOs in industry history, it's about time Tesla got serious about capturing whatever market they were aiming for — and they're doing just that with the Tesla Roadster 2.5 ($TBA). The previous incredible performance of the all-electric engine is enhanced by a new look, new forged wheels, new, more comfortable seats, an optional backside camera and a 7-inch touchscreen, and improved sound reduction — as if you need it with a motor that makes no noise.

  • Rossi SixtySix

    Old meets new in the Rossi SixtySix ($130,000). Based on a new C6 Corvette — which is included in the price — the SixtySix removes the modern-looking body and replaces it with a custom skin inspired by great Corvettes of the past, in particular the Stingray years, with its signature split rear window that debuted to mixed reviews in 1963. Production will be limited, so get in line now.