Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster

It might share a model name — and engine — with the coupe, but make no mistake: the Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster is far from a simple roof-removal job. It has different lines than its stablemate, adjusting the aerodynamics to make them suitable for open-air driving. It weighs only 50 kg more than the hardtop, in part thanks to removable hard top panels crafted from carbon fiber. There's an electrically-operated rear window that maximizes air flow during normal operation but lets you hear the throaty 6.5L V12 when down, and a transparent rear deck is an option for those who want not just hear but see the engine at work. Outputting the same 740 hp as the coupe, it sends the Roadster from 0-62 mph in just 3.0 seconds, with a top speed of 217 mph.

  • Gunther Werks 400R Coupe

    The Porsche has gotten faster over the years, more technologically advanced, safer — and heavier and tamer. From 1993 to 1998, Porsche made what any true enthusiast considers to be the ultimate 911 — the 993. It was the last of the air cooled 911s and the final say on a sports car philosophy that began in 1964. The Gunther Werks 400R is what the company imagines would be if Porsche had made a factory 993 GT3 RS. Gutted to the chassis, each donor 993 receives frame stiffening, custom carbon fiber body panels, and the centerpiece 4.0 liter, 400 hp flat-six that replaces the original 3.6 liter engine. Some people look down on trying to improve a classic, but even Porsche would be proud of the 400R.

  • Ferrari Portofino

    FCA head Sergio Marchionne made it clear that he didn't think much of the Ferrari California, so it's little surprise we're seeing its successor sooner rather than later. The Ferrari Portofino is a turbo V8-powered, 592 hp rebuke to the California's apparent un-Ferrari-ness. It's lighter, more powerful — capable of sprinting from 0-62 in 3.5 seconds on its way to a top speed of 199 mph — and has several new tricks up its sleeve. Those include a third generation electronic rear differential, Electric Power Steering, full-LED headlights, and a two-box fastback configuration that's unheard of for a retractable hard top. It will make its official debut at the Frankfurt International Motor Show in September, in an all-new color for the company: Rosso Portofino.

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