The top-of-the-line TT gets a new aluminum 5-cylinder engine which pushes out 400 hp, launching the Coupe to 62mph in 3.7s and the Roadster in 3.9s. All-wheel drive and a fixed rear wing are standard, and adaptive dampers and carbon ceramic brakes are available.
The new TT looks and drives better than ever, with impressive grip and cornering, a zippy 220 hp turbo 4 with 258 lb-ft. of torque, and a luxuriously appointed interior. Its cool 12.3″ “virtual cockpit” combines an instrument panel, infotainment and navigation displays in one.
A drop-top version of AMG’s powerful, yet sophisticated S65 Coupe. It rocks a 630 hp bi-turbo V12 capable of launching it to 62 mph in just 4.1s, and has heated seats, armrests, and neck vents to keep you toasty even with the top down on cool days.
Strap your hat on before heading out in the the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse; the targa-topped model boasts a quad-turbo 1200 hp W-16 Super Sport engine and 255 mph top speed.
Cadillac harkens back to the era when cars looked like boats with their luxurious Ciel convertible. Driven by a twin-turbo 3.6L V6 with hybrid electric power, it measures at over 203 inches long.