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Fisker Karma Plug-in Hybrid

Fisker Karma Plug-in Hybrid

When it debuted in 2008, we were intrigued — a guy with Bimmer and Aston Martin credentials building his very own hybrid. Now it's 2010, and the very first factory-built Fisker Karma Plug-in Hybrid ($80,000) is rolling off the line. It still makes it from 0-62 in 5.9 seconds and hits a top speed of 125 mph thanks to its 403hp powerplant, while offering fuel economy of 100 mpg and looks worthy of a luxury car design legend.

  • Lotus Exos Type 125

    Can't afford your own F1 team? Perhaps you can afford the Lotus Exos Type 125 ($1 million). Powered by a 650 HP Cosworth V8 and weighing in at just 1,433 lbs., the buyers of this racing car will be enrolled in the "Exos Club," which offers extensive drivers training, mental and physical preparation, and then a five-race series across Europe in 2011 for all 25 owners. Some say it's a way to get around the F1 testing ban, but we say it sounds like a helluva way to blow those extra lottery winnings.

  • 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.