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Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo Concept

We've seen a Porsche SUV, a Porsche Sedan, but a Porsche wagon? Yup, that's exactly what the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo Concept ($TBA) brings to the table. The surprisingly sleek Sport Turismo seems to borrow inspiration from the Cayenne, 911, and Boxster, with an agressive front end with LED headlights, a more distinctly sloped rear with LED tail lights, and an adaptive carbon rear spoiler. Power is supplied by a new plug-in e-hybrid system that combines a 95hp electric motor with a 333hp supercharged V6, all of which means a 0-62 mph time of under six seconds. Of course, this is a concept, so it also features a new crazy blue paint job, an unrealistically futuristic interior, and no guarantee that it will ever come to market.

  • BMW Zagato Roadster

    How do you make a car as stylish as the BMW Zagato Coupe even better? Chop off the roof, of course. The new BMW Zagato Roadster ($TBA), is, like its predecessor, based on the Z4, and features a similarly upgraded body and interior, including 19-inch light-alloy wheels, an exclusive gray exterior paint finish, brown, leather-wrapped roll bars inspired by airplane design, and a more elegant tail end. Unfortunately, it shares something else with its stablemate — it's not for sale.

  • McLaren X-1 Concept

    Enjoy these photos of the McLaren X-1 Concept ($TBA), because it's probably as close as you'll ever get to one. Created by McLaren Special Operations for an anonymous client — one who already owned a a McLaren F1, a Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren and a 12C, in case you needed more reason to be jealous — the X-1 is structurally based on a carbon MonoCell but features a totally unique body that recalls the classic, swooping lines of cars gone by. Otherwise, it's much like the 12C, right down to the twin-turbo 625PS engine which gives it "astonishing" acceleration and top speed. Guess we'll have to take their word for it.