Building on an already gorgeous Maserati, Novitec Rosso boosts the sedans to a whopping 590-hp with their compressor tech, pushing the cars from 0 to 60 in 4.6 seconds, and a top speed of 183 mph.
Got a million dollars lying around? If you’re one of the 25 lucky ones to pony up their dough to Lotus, you can have this F1-grade race car and participate in Lotus’ exclusive Exos private racing league.
While the Porsche-based custom 2009 9ff may not have been a real looker, it certainly had the goods under the hood. This 2010 model has the looks to back up the power. All 1120 horses of it.
The Marussia is Russia’s first sports car. Featuring dramatic industrial design, the B1 offers up an ample, if not Earth-shattering 300-hp 3.5-liter V6, and can do 0-to-60 in less than 5 seconds.
Officially the fastest production car in the world, the Veyron 16.4 Super Sport has an all-carbon monocoque and a massive 1,200hp 16-cylinder engine, propelling the car up to 268mph.
The unholy offspring of minivan and exotic car, it’s one of the stranger vehicles to hit eBay in some time. The mutant 1994 Astro has a thrilling 4.3 liter turbo V-6 and 211,615 miles on the odo.
French automaker Renault isn’t known for their exotic styling, but their all-electric DeZir two-seater concept tells a different story, with gull-wing doors, and an aggressive low-profile cabin.
While we really like real Ferraris, Sasha Selipanov’s conceptual design for a 612 GTO has us drooling. On the other hand, we couldn’t afford this if it really existed, so it’s best left as a fantasy.
This limited-edition car from Japan’s Mitsuoka features, um, “exotic” Asian styling, and an unexciting Toyota 3.3L V6 under the hood. Still, they won’t miss you coming down the block in one.
Novitec Rosso took this top-end Ferrari 612 and did it proud with a boost to 560hp, and an array of interior and exterior refinements. Topping out at 202 mph, its speed belies its luxury looks.
We’re not sure about the shoe-like footprint of the Audi EXO car when viewed from above. Andrea Mocellin’s “human-powered exoskeleton” vehicle might help Fred Flintstone’s aching feet.
This beastly black car is the ultimate Continental. German tuner Wheelsandmore not only gave their “Ultrasports” great looks, they managed to upgrade the engine from 620 up to an astounding 702-hp.
Designer Filip Tejszerski’s electric-gas hybrid would offer sports car looks and handling. Inspired by jet fighters, the car’s cockpit would seat driver and passenger in-line, instead of side-by-side.
How does a Lotus Elise powered by a 725-hp Corvette ZR1 engine sound to you? Not enough? Grab the 1,000-hp or 1,200-hp upgrade. Only 10 will be made, so get out your checkbooks now.
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