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Pagani Huayra

Some cars simply qualify for the label "exotic," but the new Pagani Huayra ($TBA) exudes it. Boasting an instantly identifiable exterior, the Huayra features huge gull-wing doors, bi-xenon headlights, a carbon-titanium monocoque, a Mercedes-AMG 12-cylinder biturbo engine good for over 700 hp, a seven-speed sequential gearbox and a dual-disc clutch, and a central touch screen high-definition multimedia system. Instead of going further, we'll just leave you with this "exotic" moment from the press release: "With its power, the god of the wind Huayra Tata may raise the waters of Lake Titicaca and turn them into rain that pours on the fertile Pachamama." Exactly.

  • Morgan Threewheeler

    Based on the legendary ride of the same name from the early 1900s, the Morgan Threewheeler ($TBA) is an instant modern classic. This rebirth of the iconic car Stirling Moss once called a "babe magnet" features a tubular frame and two rollover bars, an aerodynamic 'bullet' aluminum hull, a leather padded, aircraft-style cockpit, glossy black wire wheels, and a "Screaming Eagle" 1800 cc engine from Harley Davidson paired with a Mazda 5-speed gearbox, good for a 0-60 time of 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 115 mph — or as fast as you'll want to go in a vehicle this small while battling SUVs and jacked-up pickups.

  • Palatov DP4

    Want a true race car experience without paying real race car dollars? Take a peek at the Palatov DP4 ($37,500 and up). This track-ready, open-air ride features a lightweight, aerodynamic body, your choice of motorcycle engine producing between 175 and 200 hp, a full composite pod for the driver, Hoosier racing tires, a form-fitted BBS driver's seat, and a six-point racing harness — everything you need to go racing, minus the crazy disposition and garish decals.