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Ford GT

Ford's flagship racer gets a thorough reimagining in the new Ford GT. The first thing you'll notice is the highly aerodynamic design that includes an active rear spoiler, seats built into the carbon fiber passenger cell — the pedals and F1-style steering wheel move to fit your body — aluminum front and rear subframes and structural carbon fiber body panels. But more important is the next-generation twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that's good for 600hp and paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, 20-inch wheels, an adjustable suspension, and carbon-ceramic brakes to deliver outstanding performance. Best of all, it'll be going into production late next year.

  • Ferrari FXX-K

    The LaFerrari was a powerful reminder of what can happen when racing technology is borrowed for a street-going car. Now some of that car's tech is being borrowed in the other direction for the Ferrari FXX-K. While it shares the HY-KERS drivetrain system with its road-legal cousin, it ups the power even more — to an insane 1,050 hp — by adding new camshafts and redesigned intake manifolds, eliminating the silencers on the exhaust system, and other tricks. It also boasts new aerodynamic features that increase downforce more than 50 percent over the LaFerrari, sits on Pirelli P-Zero Slik tires that feature embedded acceleration sensors, and offers four track-ready performance modes: Qualify, Long Run, Manual Boost and Fast Charge, giving you control over how much power you need — and when.

  • 2016 Cadillac ATS-V

    Whether you're looking for a coupe or a sedan, if you're looking to go fast, the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V has you covered. Powered by a new Twin Turbo 3.6L V6 that's good for 455 hp and paired with either a six-speed manual or eight-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission, it can move from 0-60 in under four seconds and hit a top speed of over 185 mph. Other performance-friendly features include Brembo brakes, a Magnetic Ride Control suspension with four selectable driving modes, Recaro seats, a full color Head-Up Display, and an optional Performance Data Recorder that can capture track video, in-cabin audio, and metrics like 0-60 speed, lap times, and G-force.