Tesla Roadster 2.5

After one of the biggest IPOs in industry history, it's about time Tesla got serious about capturing whatever market they were aiming for — and they're doing just that with the Tesla Roadster 2.5 ($TBA). The previous incredible performance of the all-electric engine is enhanced by a new look, new forged wheels, new, more comfortable seats, an optional backside camera and a 7-inch touchscreen, and improved sound reduction — as if you need it with a motor that makes no noise.

  • 2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS

    For the recent lotto winners, professional athletes, and CEOs in the crowd, here's the 2011 Porsche 911 GT2 RS ($245,000). The most powerful road-legal Porsche, it's fueled by a 3.6-liter engine producing 620 hp, good for a 0-60 time of 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 205 mph, with composite ceramic brakes to bring you back down to earth, helped along by 19-inch wheels sheathed in custom rubber created specifically for the GT2 RS. Other features include a black and red Alcantara interior, carbon fiber bodywork, adaptive suspension management, and the feeling that comes with knowing you're one of only 500 people on earth who get to call one your own.

  • Audi R8 GT

    We'll be perfectly honest: the first thing running through our heads as we were passed the other day by an Audi R8 doing roughly 110mph wasn't "Hey, that thing needs more power." Yet that's exactly what you'll find in the new Audi R8 GT ($256,000). This super-villain version of Audi's flagship sports car features 560 hp, up from 525 in the "stock" model, a curb weight that's 220 lbs. less than the normally aspirated version, a zero to 62 time of 3.6 seconds and a top speed that's just a hair off 200 mph. If the quarter-million price tag is a little out of your reach this month, you can always win a day on the track in an R8 thanks to Tony Stark.

Your cart

× Close

Free ground shipping in the U.S.
International rates at checkout.
Returns & Refunds