Some of the hottest cars to hit the scene in 2011 make their way to showrooms this spring.
Here is a list ,which will make you dream of owning one starting with Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport the world's fastest production car (it hit 268 miles per hour last summer in Germany) but it is also one of the most refined--with interior cues taken from its sister company, Bentley. Its cockpit is wrapped in hand-stitched soft-grain leather and trimmed to the hilt in carbon-fiber; the rear-view camera, Bluetooth capability and Satellite radio make driving to the store a pleasant experience rather than the sweat- and stress-inducing jolt provided by other exotic autos.
Exterior of Super Sport's is too hot, with bold lines that look modern but evoke Bugattis from the 1920s and '30s . At a retail price of $2.5 million, only the world's wealthiest people can afford to put a Super Sport in their garages.
Ferrari's street-legal 599XX variant, the GTO, the elegant Audi R8 Spyder 5.2 FSI Quattro and McLaren's first-ever solo production car, the MP4-12C, will quicken lots of heart rates when they hit the streets next year.
A common thread between some of the hottest new cars is an emphasis on weight control. Almost every car in 2011 including the Range Rover Evoque, boasts a streamlined frame, light-as-air carbon fiber components or a super-efficient, whittled down engine. More emphasis on Fuel efficiency.
Porsche's latest 911 variant, the lightening-quick GT2 RS, embraces that ethic. The BMW 1 Series M Coupe is also lighter than its closest family member, the M3. The much-anticipated Chevrolet Camaro Convertible, a Detroit-made animal whose $75,000 limited-edition Neiman Marcus variant sold out in three minutes last month. The standard version will have a 312-horsepower V6 engine and will go to production in the first quarter of 2011. There will also be a V8 SS option, which will likely be priced near $36,000.
Sure the Camaro packs a lot less punch than the Super Sport, as will even Lamborghini's Jota, the code-named successor to the Murcielago coupe. But for drivers in need of an ego boost next year, either will easily do the trick.