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Nissan 370Z 40th Anniversary Edition

Celebrating the October, 1969 launch of the Datsun 240Z, the new Nissan 370Z 40th Anniversary Edition ($TBA; Spring 2010) thankfully moves beyond the quaint 150hp 2.4-liter engine of the original for Nissan's latest and greatest tech. Features include a 332 hp V6 — sadly, not enhanced with turbo for this edition — 19-inch, "smoke" Rays wheels, a special 40th Quartz paint job, red brake calipers, red leather interior, red stitching, and the requisite 40th anniversary badges and commemorative plaque.

  • Maserati GranCabrio

    What do you get when you rip the top off a blazing-fast Pininfarina-designed sedan? The Maserati GranCabrio ($TBA), that's what. Powered by a 4.7L 433hp V8, the two-door GranCabrio is the Trident's first four-seater convertible, featuring a cloth top to reduce weight and save space, a ZF six-speed automatic transmission, and sexy styling that will have your neighbor's Z4 weeping in the garage.

  • Devon GTX

    A modern American-made supercar? It's about damn time. The 2010 Devon GTX ($500,000) takes aim at the Lambos and Ferraris of the world with striking looks, an 8.4-L V10 putting out 650hp, a six-speed manual transmission, a steel structure and carbon fiber body, 18-inch front and 19-inch rear wheels, large StopTech brakes, a McIntosh Audio System, center front air intake, and more.