2012 Ferrari FF

Need a car capable of hauling the kids around but not ready to give up on your dream of a red Ferrari sitting in your garage? Meet the 2012 Ferrari FF ($TBA). Boasting a striking design that somehow manages to look like an offspring of Maranello yet still finds a way to sneak in four seats and a rear hatch, the FF also sports several firsts for the label of the prancing horse, including a part-time all-wheel drive system and an all-new 6.3-liter V12 good for 651hp, a 0-62 time of 3.7 seconds, and a top speed of 208 mph — all the more reason to remind your youngsters to buckle up.

  • Palatov DP4

    Want a true race car experience without paying real race car dollars? Take a peek at the Palatov DP4 ($37,500 and up). This track-ready, open-air ride features a lightweight, aerodynamic body, your choice of motorcycle engine producing between 175 and 200 hp, a full composite pod for the driver, Hoosier racing tires, a form-fitted BBS driver's seat, and a six-point racing harness — everything you need to go racing, minus the crazy disposition and garish decals.

  • 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302

    More than 40 years after its debut, the Boss is back. The 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 ($TBA) pays homage to the classic '69 model with its signature C-stripe, centered Pony tri-bar badge on the grille, and unique badging, but brings it up to date with modern components like a 440-horsepower Hi-Po 302 4V Ti-VCT V8 engine, adjustable front and rear shocks, quad exhausts, Brembo brakes, and an optional Laguna Seca package that removes the rear seat to add a stabilizer brace, adds a performance-oriented tri-gauge package to the top of the dash, and includes a front air splitter that isn't exactly street legal — and Ford's site dedicated to the beast isn't shy about reminding you. [Thanks, Randy]

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