Hennessey Venom F5

Named for the strongest of tornados capable of producing the fastest winds on Earth, the Hennessey Venom F5 aims to be just as quick. Built from the ground up with a unique chassis and design, the F5 has its sights set on beating the Bugatti Chiron for the title of world's fastest production car. To achieve it, the F5 will offer cutting-edge technology, an ultralight design, and a twin-turbo, American-built V8 that promises speeds of at least 290 mph — meaning it might also stake its claim as the world's first 300 mph supercar.

  • Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series

    If Porsche's top-of-the-line 911 Turbo S doesn't satisfy your performance needs, the German manufacturer's Exclusive model definitely will. Building on the supercar-like abilities of the Turbo S, the Turbo S Exclusive pushes the limits of the 991 platform, with production limited to only 500 units worldwide. An increase of 27-horsepower over the base Turbo S brings the total to 607, dropping the naught-to-60 time to a blistering 2.8 seconds and on to a top speed of 205 MPH. The exterior of the car is finished in a stunning Golden Yellow Metallic paint with black racing stripes and accented wheels and brake calipers — a theme echoed inside with contrast stitching and copper thread worked into the carbon fiber trim. To make sure everything is on point once you exit the vehicle, Porsche is also offering a matching luggage set and Porsche Design wrist watch to buyers for a complete road-to-destination package.

  • BMW M4 GT4

    Proven through over 20,000 miles of testing and hours upon hours in the wind tunnel, the BMW M4 GT4 is ready to be your next track car. Its twin-turbo inline six engine outputs over 430 hp, with the exact number depending on the car's power sticks, which offer plug-and-play changes in performance. The chassis includes a welded safety cage, while the majority of the body components — including the race-specific front splitters and rear wings — are made from carbon fiber reinforced plastic. Other tricks are borrowed from the top-of-the-line M6 GT3, making the GT4 a formidable challenger.

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