If you've ever tore up the turns of a deserted gravel road imagining you were racing in the mountains of Argentina, then this this car was made for you. The Subaru Impreza WRX STi (starting at $32,450) is the closest thing you can buy to a World Rally Championship race car. It packs a turbocharged 300-hp engine (the normal WRX has 227-hp), high-tech all-wheel drive with advanced sport-tuned suspension, a massive Brembo brake kit, lightweight BBS wheels, racing-style front seats, and a killer hood scoop and rear wing. This thing is bold and mean, and will kick the crap out of a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo and then the authentic pink STI badge will spit on it.
They don't get any badder than this, my friends. Yes, it costs $1.8 million and there'll only be 20 made, but this thing has 800 hp and is the new definition of what a real "supercar" should look like. The FXX is the fastest Ferrari ever to go into production, boasting a 6,262 cc V12 and an aerodynamics package that provides 40 percent more downforce than the pricey Enzo (the car the FXX is built upon). The handful of cars will be offered to the "most dedicated and passionate clients," selected by an in-house committee, according to Autoweek. And if you're lucky enough to buy one of these unholy red devils, you'll have the option of storing it at the Ferrari factory, and will be given "participation in a series of track events organized by Ferrari on various international circuits over the next two years."
You're looking at the fastest Corvette ever. It packs 505-horsepower and can do 0-60 in just 3.7 seconds while still in first gear. Starting at $65,800 and when compared to other supercars, the Corvette Z06 (starting at $70,000) is why they invented the saying more bang for your buck. It was developed alongside the Corvette C6.R race car and is built with lightweight materials like carbon fiber, aluminum, titanium and magnesium to maximize the ponies. The car also boasts a more aggressive front end with cold-air scoop, wider front and rear fenders and a taller spoiler.