BMW Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupe

Long-known for gracefully combining luxury with performance, BMWs rarely disappoint, and the BMW Pinifarina Gran Lusso Coupe ($TBA) certainly doesn't. The Germans have joined forces with luxury Italian designers Pininfarina to make a one-off creation boasting exclusivity and roadworthiness. The exterior is distinctly BMW, with a set-back cockpit and stretched hood covering a massive V-12 (and of course the signature kidney-shaped grill). But the interior screams Italian opulence — fine Italian leather upholstery, plaid Italian wool headliner, and accents made of kauri wood aged 48,000 years. Carmakers could learn a thing or two from this impressive partnership.

  • BMW Concept 4 Series Coupe

    No, it's not a totally new car — you can think of the BMW Concept 4 Series Coupe ($TBA) as an extension of the 3 series, although it has one less door. Sometimes. Effectively the replacement for the 3-series coupe, the new 4 series concept is longer, wider, and lower, while retaining much of its younger (?) siblings blood. Features include LED headlights, a huge front air intake, an "Air Breather" behind the front wheels, and, of course, an interior that's probably slightly more progressive than what we'll see in the production version. Slated to arrive at a dealer near you whenever it makes its way out of the "concept" stage.

  • Camaro Hot Wheels Edition

    We're not the only ones to be surprised with a Hot Wheels toy instead of a real car over the holidays, but now it's time to turn the tables with the Camaro Hot Wheels Edition ($TBA). The very first full-size, production Hot Wheels car to ever be offered for sale, this limited edition ride is available in V6-powered LT and V8-powered SS trims, offering between 323 and 426 horsepower. Inside, the black leather-trimmed interior is accented with red and black seat stitching and complimented by the MyLink infotainment system, while the Kinetic Blue exterior features a ZL1 rear spoiler and front upper grille, a ground effects package, black 21-inch wheels with red outline stripes, a two-tone matte hood graphic, rear taillight blackout graphic, fender flame graphics, and Hot Wheels logos all around. Arriving in the first quarter of 2013.

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