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Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR Stirling Moss

Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR Stirling Moss

With no windshield or roof, "swing-wing" doors, and an aggressively styled carbon fiber body, the Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR Stirling Moss (€750,000, ~$1,050,000) practically screams "speed." Powered by a 650 hp supercharged V8, this unique vehicle — limited to just 75 cars and named after the legendary driver Stirling Moss — can achieve a top speed of 217 mph, and features a five-speed automatic transmission and a retractable airbrake. Stunning.

  • Ferrari Scuderia Spider 16M

    To celebrate the winning of its 16th Formula 1 constructor's championship last week, Ferrari has unleashed the new Scuderia Spider 16M ($TBA). The fastest open-top Ferrari ever, the Scuderia Spider 16M has a 510 hp 4.3L V8 (0-60 in 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 195 mph) that's partnered with a smooth 6-speed F1 paddle shift gearbox. Inside, there's a roll-bar with a carbon-fiber outer shell and new audio system that integrates a custom Ferrari 16GB iPod Touch.

  • Shelby Black Hornet

    Created specifically for Carroll Shelby from a stock 1968 Mustang, the Shelby Black Hornet (starts at $100,000) is now being auctioned off to benefit the Carroll Shelby Children's Foundation. Identical to the Green Hornet Shelby GT500, this masterpiece offers a Cobra Jet 428 V8 engine producing 335 hp, Edelbrook aluminum heads, a top-loader 4-speed transmission, power steering, power brakes, Shelby 10-spoke wheels, and instant classic car cred.