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Lotus Evora S

Based on the company's standard Evora, the new Lotus Evora S ($TBA) ups the ante with a mid-mounted, 345 hp 3.5L Toyota-sourced V6, a zero to 60 time of just 4.8 seconds, a top speed of 172 mph, a sport button that gives the driver more control over the throttle response, a higher rev limiter, modifies the stability control settings, and activates an exhaust bypass valve, 18-inch front and 19-inch rear wheels, Eibach springs, Blistein dampers, a forged aluminum double-wishbone suspension, and an Alpine-branded media system with a 7-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, iPod connectivity, and video playback. Notably missing is a price, which is probably somewhere between "a lot" and "more than a lot."

  • Dodge Mopar '10 Challenger

    Not that the Challenger didn't already sport retro looks, but the Dodge Mopar '10 Challenger ($39,000) takes it to the next level. Powered by a 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 with cold-air intake, the Mopar '10 also features a front strut brace, strut-tower brace, unique engine cover, Katzkin leather seating, Mopar shift handles, and a "Brilliant" Black paint job. Get in line now, because only 500 of these bad boys will be available.

  • Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport

    Want to own the fastest production car ever built? Then prepare to pony up the mountains of cash it will take to get you the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport ($TBA). With its 16-cylinder, turbocharged and intercooled engine tuned to produce 1,200 hp — nearly 200 more than the typical Veyron 16.4, if there is such a thing — this world-beater offers lateral acceleration of up to 1.4G, carbon-fiber composite body panels, central rear exhaust system, and a top speed of 257.9 mph, which is less than the 267.8 it averaged when taking the production car land speed record, but is certainly enough to outrun the local police should you get in trouble for exercising your need for speed.