Bugatti Veyron

Although we're all set to pick up a new car next week, we're pretty sure that if you ever see us driving a Bugatti Veyron ($1.2 million) we either stole it or just won the lottery. The car, while sporting a heart-breaking price tag, also packs an impressive 1001 horsepower under the hood, gets from 0-60 mph in less than three seconds, and has an astonishing top speed of 253 mph. Also, be sure to check out the slick Bugatti Veyron Configurator, which lets you choose between a rainbow of two-tone paint combos and matching interior.

  • Fisker Tramonto

    How do you make a Mercedes-Benz SL55 even sexier and more powerful? Take it to Henrik Fisker. The world-renowned auto designer will take your SL55 and pimp it a million times better than Xzibit could ever dream of. To create the Fisker Tramonto (starting at $108,000+SL55 price), the SL55's body panels are replaced with carbon fiber ones, its front gets a facelift with a fighter jet-inspired grille and LEDs, and its engine gets beefed up to more than 600 horsepower. Not to mention, you get the prestigious Fisker badges on the hood and trunk lid.

  • 2006 Volkswagen GTI Mk V

    I hate this car. Not because it has terrible performance or lame looks — quite the contrary. I hate this car because it's making me second guess my choice of purchasing a 2006 Civic a couple months ago. I'm pretty sure I should have waited. The all-new Volkswagen GTI Mk V (starting at $21,990) has a 2.0 liter turbo 4-cylinder engine producing 200-hp, an aggressive body and all the hatchback utility you could want. It's also got awesome plaid seats, a 6-disc in-dash CD changer, 32 mpg on the highway, 17-inch wheels and Xenon projector beam headlights. Early reviews say the fifth-generation GTI has all the speed, handling and class of the European version. As Volkswagen's great commercials say, the GTI is pre-tuned by German engineers.

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