So definitely buy that Powerball ticket tonight.
If you're one of those lucky people who've weathered the Great Recession in style and are looking to treat yourself to a nice Lexus LFA as a reward for, well, being rich, be warned: supplies are very, very limited.
Everyone else will just have to buy a Scion.
Subaru fans, we have some bad news for you. Only 6,000 copies of the Subaru BRZ will be coming to the United States during the car's first year of production. If you don't plan ahead, you might wind up waiting even longer for your Subaru-branded Toyobaru—or worse, driving a Scion.
A mysterious Mac appears in Miami.
The McLaren MP4-12C is just reaching American shores, but the car maker has apparently already begun making special editions for wealthy American clients.
And the price of entry will be, unsurprisingly, quite expensive.
Are you one of those lucky folks out there who currently own five or more new Ferraris? Probably not. See, there's only about 300 of them in the whole world, according to Ferrari's estimates.
Final 997 GT3 may use 4.0 liter engine, produce 500 horsepower.
While the Frankfurt Motor Show debut of the next-generation 991 is only six months away, it seems Porsche isn't ready to stop turning out new versions of the 997 just yet.