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Lotus Exos Type 125

Can't afford your own F1 team? Perhaps you can afford the Lotus Exos Type 125 ($1 million). Powered by a 650 HP Cosworth V8 and weighing in at just 1,433 lbs., the buyers of this racing car will be enrolled in the "Exos Club," which offers extensive drivers training, mental and physical preparation, and then a five-race series across Europe in 2011 for all 25 owners. Some say it's a way to get around the F1 testing ban, but we say it sounds like a helluva way to blow those extra lottery winnings.

  • 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.

  • Tesla Roadster 2.5

    After one of the biggest IPOs in industry history, it's about time Tesla got serious about capturing whatever market they were aiming for — and they're doing just that with the Tesla Roadster 2.5 ($TBA). The previous incredible performance of the all-electric engine is enhanced by a new look, new forged wheels, new, more comfortable seats, an optional backside camera and a 7-inch touchscreen, and improved sound reduction — as if you need it with a motor that makes no noise.