St. Patrick’s Day is less than a week away, which means green everything. But, after seeing pics from the recent auto shows, we’re mostly just green with envy.

Below are a few new cars that most of us can’t afford, but can still lust over. And who knows, maybe one of us will find the gold at the end of the rainbow and end up in the driver’s seat of one of these babies.


2016 BMW M2

Race enthusiasts, feast your eyes. This blue beauty has many race-inspired features that help it out on the track. We’re most impressed that it will run 0-60mph in just 4.2 seconds. Emme Hall of CNET had the chance to take the car out for a test drive and tells us how it performs well on both the track and the road.

2017 Porsche 911 Turbo

Meet the king of the Porsche Turbos. The 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo comes with a new fuel injection system, re-engineered PDK transmission and updated infotainment package. It also features new sleek exterior elements like reshaped mirrors, new door handles, updated engine covers and more. Get the full rundown on Porsche’s website.

Nissan TITAN Warrior Concept

There’s something about a truck. Especially this one. Take a look at this video, and you’ll have the sudden urge to go off-roading. Nissan debuted its TITAN Warrior at the 2016 North American Auto Show. It stresses that the car was built to be tough like a warrior with its armor-like exterior. This truck reflects Nissan’s history of off-road racing and adventuring vehicles. We’re happy to oblige.

VLF Force 1 V10

The Force 1 is just the second product to come out of VLF Automotive. The joint automotive venture consists of former GM Chairman Bob Lutz, manufacturer Gilbert Villarreal and designer Henrik Fisker. The engine on the Force 1 is massive; the V10 engine boasts 745 horsepower and 638 pound-feet torque. But this impressive beast does not come without a price. VLF will only produce 50 Force 1’s and they’ll sell at $268,500 each.


Remember that if you see a rainbow in the next week, CHASE IT! Then cash in that gold for one of these impressive new vehicles.