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Lamborghini Aventador J

If we tried to sell you a car that's missing both its roof and its front windshield, you probably wouldn't be too enthusiastic — until we told you where it came from. The Lamborghini Aventador J ($TBA) is a street legal open-air racer, with two small wind deflectors in place of a normal windshield, and other weight-reducing, speed-increasing features like the lack of an audio, navigation, or HVAC system, Forged Composite seats with inserts made from "Carbonskin" — a new carbon fiber fabric — the same 700-hp 6.5-liter V12 as its standard stablemate, and copious use of lightweight materials throughout. Oh, and there's only one in existence — so good luck getting your hands on the keys.

  • Maserati GranTurismo Sport

    It's not a complete redesign, but it's not like the Maserati GranTurismo Sport ($TBA) needed a whole lot more than a simple freshening up. Included in this updated model is a 4.7-liter V8 cranking out 460 hp — up 26 over the GranTurismo S that it replaces — the Sport also boasts a more aggressive front fascia, LED daytime running lamps, new, darker tail lamps, new seats, and a new steering wheel.

  • Ferrari California Handling Speciale

    It's not easy to make one of the world's most desirable cars even more so, but the Ferrari California Handling Speciale ($TBA) succeeds anyway. Boasting a 490hp GDI V8 — 30 more hp than its predecessor — the new California goes from 0-62 mph in just 3.8 seconds, while the Handling Speciale package adds Magnetorheological (!) dampers controlled by an even faster ECU running patented Ferrari software for precise handling, stiffer springs for more precise body control, and a new steering box with a 10 percent quicker steering ratio to make tackling those tight corners even more fun.