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Lotus Eco Elise

Lotus Eco Elise

While not as green as, say, the Tesla Roadster, the Lotus Eco Elise ($TBA) does its part by replacing a number of the car's materials with sustainable, eco-friendly alternatives. These include hemp, eco wool, and sisal in the car's body and trim, as well as a new high-tech, water-based paint that provides a great finish. In addition, the material changes reduce the car's weight by 70 pounds, while solar panels in the hard top help power the electrical systems.

  • Ferrari California

    While its name's a little corny, its looks are nothing short of stunning. The Ferrari California ($TBA) is an all-aluminum 2-seater with a retractable, folding hard top. Under the hood, the Maserati-esque convertible will feature a mid-front mounted 460-hp 4.3-liter V8. Other specs include a 7-speed dual clutch transmission, F1-Trac traction control system, and a 0 to 60 time of under 4 seconds.

  • 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI

    "Rally car driver" is only behind "Natalie Portman leg shaver" on our list of dream professions. But with our old-man reflexes beginning to sit in, the closest we'll ever get to the rally life will probably be owning a Subaru Impreza WRX STI (starting at $35,000) and tearing up the gravel back roads. Luckily, the latest update makes the STI the meanest hatch we've ever seen. It packs in a 305-hp DOHC intercooled, turbocharged Subaru Boxer engine, 18 x 8.5-inch 18-spoke BBS aluminum-alloy wheels, a Brembo brake system, and STI-design front bumper with integrated spoiler. Looks-wise, the new 5-door is a vast departure from past WRX models, looking more like a mutant Peugeot than a Subaru.