Why hello there, SupraToyota GT 86 ($TBA). Aside from its oddball name — Toyota apparently is neither happy with its former sports car moniker nor familiar with the American meaning of "86'd" — the 2+2 looks quite intriguing, with a 2.0L boxer engine producing 197hp, either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission, 17-inch wheels standard, and rear wheel drive. Okay, so maybe it's more of a sporty Corolla than a true Supra replacement, but that doesn't mean we aren't still waiting on one.
Did someone build a time machine? The last few years have seen an American horsepower arms race the likes of which hasn't been seen since our fathers were kids, and the 2013 Ford Shelby GT500 ($TBA) is the latest salvo. Powered by a massive 5.8L supercharged V8, the GT500 boasts 650 horsepower and 600 lb. ft. of torque, making it the most powerful production V8 in the world and enabling speeds of over 200 mph. Other features include a carbon fiber driveshaft, a beefier clutch, transmission, and axle, Brembo brakes, a launch control system to keep that power flowing to the pavement, and Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperCar G: 2 tires. Your move, Chevy.
Forget trying to hunt down a used specimen in pristine condition — if you're looking to buy a DeLorean, why not wait to purchase an all-new model? The Electric DeLorean ($TBA) was developed by the DeLorean Motor Company of Texas in conjunction with electric car startup Epic EV, and will offer customers gas-free transportation in a new-build DeLorean beginning sometime in 2013. We could go on, but is that really necessary?