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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.

  • Fisker Karma Plug-in Hybrid

    When it debuted in 2008, we were intrigued — a guy with Bimmer and Aston Martin credentials building his very own hybrid. Now it's 2010, and the very first factory-built Fisker Karma Plug-in Hybrid ($80,000) is rolling off the line. It still makes it from 0-62 in 5.9 seconds and hits a top speed of 125 mph thanks to its 403hp powerplant, while offering fuel economy of 100 mpg and looks worthy of a luxury car design legend.

  • Lotus Elite

    The Lotus Evora gave us a hint of where the company's design language was headed, but we still weren't quite prepared for the sleek, angular lines of the Lotus Elite ($180,000). Powered by a front/mid-engine 5-Liter V8 sourced from the Lexus IS F and hooked to an automatic tranny with optional use of hybrid technology with KERS, the Elite boasts 611hp, a 0-100 km/h time of roughly 3.6 seconds, and a top speed of 195 mph, this retractable hardtop 2+2 is primed to vault Lotus into the supercar market in a big — and stylish — manner.