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VLF Force 1 V10

Designed in Los Angeles by Henrik Fisker and built in Detroit, the VLF Force 1 V10 is one of the most exciting American cars to come along in quite some time. Underneath its futuristic carbon fiber shell sits a massive 8.4L V10 engine producing 745 hp. The powerplant is fed by six air intakes, and is paired with your choice of automatic or manual six-speed transmissions, both good for a 0-60 time of 3 seconds and a top speed of 218 mph. Bringing things to a halt are large Brembo brakes covered by 21-inch wheels, with thin spokes that recall the ultra-thin headlights and tail lamps. The leather, suede, and alcantara interior is similarly well-appointed, with integrated Wi-Fi, a two bottle wine holder, navigation, a world-class hi-fi system, milled aluminum gearshift and pen holder, and carbon fiber storage for your shades.

  • Zenos E10 R

    Built for the track, the Zenos E10 R melds lightweight components with serious power to deliver a great Britain-born racing experience. It's powered by a turbocharged 2.3L Ford EcoBoost engine, tuned in-house, paired with a six-speed transmission, and good for over 350 hp. Helping to keep it on the track are an adjustable suspension, new lightweight wheels, and uprated brakes. And thanks to a hybrid chassis that uses a blend of carbon composites and steel, wrapped by easily-replaceable GRP body panels, it weighs just over 1,500 lbs, letting it move from 0-60 in just 3 seconds and hit a top speed of 155 mph.

  • Fenyr SuperSport

    Dubai-based W Motors haven't been around long. They're off to a helluva start. Fresh on the heels of last year's 780hp, diamond-encrusted Lykan, they're back with a new, even more powerful model: the Fenyr SuperSport. The Fenyr's fighter jet-like body is made from carbon fiber, bolted to a tubular aluminum chassis. Its 4.0L, twin-turbo flat-six engine is custom made by RUF in Germany, produces 900hp, and is paired to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The result is a car capable of sprinting from 0-62 mph in under 2.7 seconds, on its way to a top speed of nearly 250 mph. Limited to only 25 units per year, so best to get on the waiting list now.