BMW i8 Roadster
Ferrari California T
Bentley Continental GT
Audi RS6 (1 of 1,200 of this generation imported to the US)
Unmodified Datsun 280Z (except the wheels, but they fit the car)
Right-hand-drive imported (left to right) Mitsubishi Pajero, Toyota Land Cruiser, and Toyota Land Cruiser Prado
Another imported Land Cruiser
MGB (the owner let me take the picture)
The only Dodge Diplomat I've seen, with the bonus of a red interior
Ford Bronco Sport
A purple Mazda RX-8 Shinka (1 of 1,357 in the US) with a tan interior. The rims are from the refreshed RX-8 (the Shinka was pre-refresh), but the smaller grille indicates that this one is pre-refresh.
Just to be sure of the model year (Shinkas were 2005s and the Shinka logo addition could have been aftermarket like the wheels), I looked up the license plate in Carfax, but it wasn't in their database.
Volkswagen Golf R32 (1 of 5,000 and one of about 750 in black)
Toyota GR Supra
Two examples of the rare final-generation US-spec Audi A6 Avant
The also-rare A4 Avant
A Ford Probe GT Turbo owned by an army veteran
The "USMC" on the license plate frame stands for "United States Marine Corps". One of the stickers on the top of the rear window reads "Vietnam Veteran".
The final generation of the Fiat 500 Turbo in the US (1 of less than 5,000) parked very close to the 2017 smart ForTwo Electric Drive (1 of less than 500) (I looked up the license plate in Carfax to find the model year).
Volkswagen New Beetle Turbo S (1 of 15,000)
Saab 9-2X Aero (1 of about 5,000). It's the first one that I've spotted that's unmodified, but unfortunately it was pretty dirty.
Pontiac G3 (1 of 6,237 in the US)
Unfortunately, this rare Mitsubishi Diamante has been poorly cared for and has expired license plate tabs.
An Acura Integra with a collector vehicle license plate and no modifications except for an aftermarket radio
My first time seeing the new Kia Sorento
My first time seeing the new GMC Yukon
1) Mint C4 Corvette 2) Cadillac CTS-V 3) Mercedes-AMG GT S