As Achilles led the Myrmidon, so the 2013 Aston Martin DBS Ultimate leads the fleet of elite cars. The Aston Martin DBS Ultimate has a leather interior with diamond-shaped embroidery, gear paddles at your fingertips, and it comes in either manual or automatic. If you're the kind of guy who leads the pack, choose the appropriate chariot.
The Tushek Renovatio T500 looks and feels like it has wings. Loaded up with a 444hp Audi V8, the Tushek Renovatio T500 can reach speeds of up to 193mph and will reach 60mph in 3.7 seconds (not that we're encouraging you). The carbon and composite body is light as air, and it might as well be, because you'll be soaring.
Michelangelo had David and Leonardo had Lisa, and now you can have the 2013 Aston Martin V12 Zagato ($TBA), a rolling piece of art. The Zagato combines aluminum and carbon fiber framing shaped with feminine curves and poise of a cat about to pounce. It's a masterpiece that comes in only one color at a time: red, blue, green, or silver. [source]
When you want your name to carry distinction, you associate only with distinct names, like Aston Martin. It's latest iteration, the Aston Martin One-77 ($TBA), carries the force of a 48-valve V12 and the exquisite aluminum and carbon fibre monocoque structure that makes it look like it's in motion before you turn the keys. But most importantly, the One-77 lets them know that your name is one to know. [source]
Amateur artwork can be described, but the real thing leaves you breathless. There aren't words enough to describe the new Ferrari F12 Berlinetta ($TBA). The best of its kind, it is faster, lighter, more eco-friendly than any prior Ferrari, with the most powerful non-aspirated V12 ever. But then, that description pales in comparison to what it feels like to be driving a Berlinetta. [source]
For those who love a car that looks and feels like it wants to be driven, the McLaren MP4-12C High Sport ($TBA) is the latest roll out. It's got a modified wing, unique wheels, larger vents, newly designed bumpers, and aerodynamic perfection. Only five of them are coming into existence, but it's the sports car everyone can dream about. [source]
We know you're holding out for a Landspeeder, but until we can boldly go there, you're going to have to settle for the sleek, classy, and ecofriendly 2012 Fisker Karma ($100,000). Combining self-indulgent luxury with a low-impact environmental footprint, the 2012 Fisker Karma is a plug-in electric hybrid vehicle with the body of a cheetah in motion, a solar roof, low-energy lights, and high-performance handling.
This bull can outrun the mightiest of horses. The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 ($387,000) takes the throne from the legendary Murciélago as the brand's premier supercar. Its speed tops at a colossal 217 mph; and it can go from 0 to 62 mph in just 2.9 seconds. The company claims that it is 30% lighter and 150% stiffer than the aluminum chassis of the Murciélago as its roof and tub are created separately, then melded together to construct a lightweight yet unyielding exterior. The Aventador is the first Lamborghini to employ a full carbon-fiber monocoque and an F1-style pushrod suspension. Also, this king speedster utilizes a robotized gearbox which enables the almost-instant shift times of a dual-clutch transmission minus the extra weight.