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Mopar JK-8 Jeep Kit

That ain't a toy model kit. If you've been waiting on Jeep to release an official successor to the Scrambler, the Mopar JK-8 Jeep Kit ($5,500) is as close as you'll get for now. This heavy-duty, officially-supported kit will turn your Wrangler Unlimited into a pickup, using a 44" x 50" steel bed, inner and outer bedsides made from stamped sheet metal, sport bar extensions, a removable fiberglass hardtop with sliding rear window, and a fiberglass bulkhead. As for those sweet Scrambler decals, you're on your own.

  • 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8

    Okay, we'll admit "most powerful, high performance Jeep ever made" isn't the most impressive title in the world, but it belongs to the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 ($TBA) nonetheless. Powered by a 6.4-liter HEMI V-8 pumping out 465 hp — you might remember it from the 2012 Chrysler 300 SRT8 — the SRT8 Jeep goes from 0-60 in just 4.8 seconds, with a governed top speed of 155, and a slew of other features like a new adaptive damping suspension, a new active valve exhaust system, an AutoStick transmission with steering wheel paddle and console shifting options, five-spoke, 20-inch forged aluminum wheels, a one-piece front fascia for a sportier look, a dual-sport exhaust system, and all the interior appointments of a high-end SUV.

  • Audi Q3

    There's been a gaping hole in luxury makers lineups between entry-level sedans and entry-level crossovers and small SUVs. Audi is looking to change all that. Based on the affordable, compact VW Tiguan crossover, the new Audi Q3 (€30,000; roughly $43,500) improves on Veedub's formula with more agressive, Audi-esque styling, LED lighting, your choice of three turbocharged four-cylinder engines, and options like Quattro all-wheel drive, a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, lane change assist, a park assist system, an MMI navigation system with a seven-inch color screen, Bluetooth, a hard drive, and GPS, adaptive cruise control, and adaptive xenon headlights. In other words, everything you'd expect, just in a smaller package.