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Transformers Special Edition Camaro

You don't need to be a fan of Michael Bay's idiotic, explosion-filled Transformers movies to enjoy racing around in a Transformers Special Edition Camaro ($31,650 and up). Available in LT and SS versions, these Bumblebee-inspired rides feature rally yellow paint with black stripes on the hood, roof, decklid, and model-specific high-wing rear spoiler, Autobot logos on the front quarter panels, front headrests, center console lid, and center wheel caps, 20-inch black-painted wheels, black leather interiors with yellow stitching, and optional 21-inch black-painted wheels and a black ground effects package.

  • Vilner Mini Cooper Italian Job Edition

    Mini Coopers are lauded for their incredibly fun handling characteristics and sporty S configurations, but their plasticy interiors tend to drive off more discerning customers. Not so with the Vilner Mini Cooper Italian Job Edition ($TBA). This specialty Cooper S conversion replaces the standard interior with seats of diamond-quilted Nappa leather, two-tone Alcantara coverings for the inner roof, pillars, and trim, and an exterior featuring a custom matte gray paint job, a matte black roof, trim, and wheels, and classic racing lines with side number decals.

  • 2012 Volkswagen Beetle

    The latest version of the world's most iconic car is nearly here. The 2012 Volkswagen Beetle ($TBA) carries its bloodline forward well, with a body that's longer, wider, and inspired by the original, a healthy range of engine options that includes a 200hp turbocharged 2.0L with XDS electronic differential lock, tons of high-end options like Keyless Access, bi-xenon headlights, LED daytime running lights, navigation, and the always popular panoramic sunroof, and a more aggressive stance that won't have your ride mistaken for that of a high school cheerleader.