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McLaren MP4-12C Spider

Enjoy the remaining months of warm weather by burning up the pavement in the new McLaren MP4-12C Spider ($265,750). Featuring a one-piece molded chassis, it weighs just 88 lbs more than its hardtop sibling, and features a retractable hard top, an electronically-controlled rear windscreen, a passive roll over protection system, and, of course, a 616 bhp, 3.8L V8 twin turbo engine paired with a 7 Speed SSG dual-clutch transmission that can launch you from 0-62 in just 3.1 seconds, with a top speed of 204 mph.

  • UBB Widow Maker 1100 Mustang

    Why do they call it "Widow Maker"? We'll get to that in a minute. Powered by a 5.4L supercharged V8, the UBB Widow Maker 1100 Mustang ($135,000) pumps out a crazy 1,100 hp, good for a 0-60 dash of 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 230 mph. Other custom features include a full carbon body kit, 19-inch black alloy wheels, Brembo brakes, Advan traction control, and available Recaro seats, de-cat pipes, and built-in laser jammers. So back to the original question — they call it "Widow Maker" because if you're not careful, it'll live up to its name.

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  • Aston Martin DBS Ultimate

    It might be on its way out, but if so, it's doing so in style. The Aston Martin DBS Ultimate ($TBA) represents the, ahem, ultimate version of Aston Martin's speedy two-door, featuring the same 510hp V12 as the standard model, but adding a ton of classy upgrades like special badging, carbon fiber wing mirrors, a darkened front grille, black tail pipes, diamond-quilted stitching in the cabin, alcantara headlining, yellow, red, or black brake calipers, leather-trimmed gear paddles, a manual or automatic transmission, a coupe or Volante (convertible) body, and your choice of three colors: Carbon Black II, Quantum Silver, or Silver Fox.