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Ford Shelby GR-1 Concept

Own a piece of automotive design history by placing the winning bid on the Ford Shelby GR-1 Concept ($150,000-$200,000; auction). Based on the Ford GT and inspired by the 1964 Shelby Daytona Coupe, this front-engine, two-seat fastback was one of only two such vehicles built, and features 12-spoke, 19-wheels, a distinctive Kamm tail with quad exhaust ports and vertical tail lamps, and an overall design that's futuristic but unmistakably Shelby. Unfortunately for those of you looking forward to driving it, this particular unit was a platform model, and therefore has no engine, drivetrain, or interior.

  • Audi A1 Clubsport Quattro

    Mixing a small, hatchback design with race track-ready specs, the Audi A1 Clubsport Quattro ($TBA) looks to be a blast. Powered by a five-cylinder turbocharged engine pumping out 503 hp, the Clubsport can rocket from 0-62 in just 3.7 seconds, and reach a governed top speed of 155 mph. Other features include a high-performance exhaust that outlets in front to the rear left wheel, a six-speed manual transmission, quattro permanent all-wheel drive, 19-inch alloy wheels with a turbine design, a carbon fiber-reinforced polymer roof with double-wing spoiler, and an interior bereft of anything except for gauges, rocker switches, a stabilizing crossbar where the back seat would be, and two lightweight bucket seats. As with all concepts, expect to see this beauty in showrooms... never.

  • BMW 328 Hommage

    You'd never know it by looking at one of today's tricked out models, but Bimmer's 328 started out life as a svelte sports coupe — a heritage that's being celebrated in the BMW 328 Hommage ($TBA). Created for the 328's 75th birthday, the Hommage is an open-top terror, with a retro meets Mad Max design formed from carbon fiber-reinforced plastic that brings the weight down to 1,720 pounds, and a 3.0L six-cylinder engine that's bound to send the tires blazing.