Looking for a world-class racer in which you can live out your Gran Turismo fantasies? The Porsche 918 RSR ($TBA) is a smart choice. The 918 features a V8 engine good for 563 hp at a dizzying 10,300 rpm, and links it with two front wheel-mounted electric motors that are powered by a flywheel accumulator which charges during braking and can provide eight seconds of 767 hp motoring at the push of a button. Other features include a special racing paint job, a lightweight carbon fibre reinforced plastic shell, a six-speed constant-mesh transmission, and the inability to legally drive it any place other than the track.
If you're into an outdoor lifestyle -- and we mean really into it -- then you might be interested in the Toyota Tundra Sportsman ($TBA). This one-off pickup created in partnership with Bass Pro Shops' RedHead Pro Hunting Team is a one-stop hunting station, with specialized interior tricks like a weather station and GPS, Browning-branded camouflage floor mats, and a pistol safe, and with a host of exterior modifications like JBL all-weather outdoor speakers in the bed, two steel, locking rifle cases, a swing-out work bench in the bed, a small stove, sink and work surface in the tailgate area, a built-in seven-gallon water tank, an 86 square foot platform on top of the camper shell and cab big enough to accommodate a 7' x 7' two-man tent as well as a two-man camouflage blind, a three-inch suspension lift, and ATX 18-inch Teflon coated wheels paired with 33 x 12.5" Nitto Mud Grapplers tires to ensure you'll arrive at your desired spot without any problem, no matter how rugged the terrain.
Created to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Audi Ur-Quattro's debut in 1980, the new Audi Quattro Concept ($TBA) is a fitting, if not overly derivative, tribute. Powered by a turbocharged inline five-cylinder engine — like the original — good for 408 hp, the Quattro Concept also features a six-speed manual gearbox, leather-lined Sparco seats, a modified MMI infotainment system with a rally racing twist, LED headlamps that adjust direction both vertically and horizontally, and, thankfully, a futuristic angular body that no one's going to confuse with the boxy stylings of the original.