There are plenty of awesome coupes, roadsters, and spyders readily available today, but if you're willing to wait a bit (read: maybe a few years), there are a handful of hot new ones on their way. Whatever your price range, you've got something to look forward to. These aren't the only ones worth considering, but just happen to be 5 that I wouldn't mind owning. In no particular order:

McLaren MP4-12C
McLaren's F1 has maintained a reputation as one of the world's best supercars for quite some time now, but the company has finally decided it's time for a successor. The slightly less cool-sounding, MP4-12C was debuted at the Pebble Beach Councours d'Elegance this week. A 3.8L twin-turbo V8 provides power (600hp, 440 lb-ft to be exact) for what McLaren is calling one of the lightest production supercars when it becomes available. According to Autoblog, it's expected to go on sale in the U.S. about a year from now, with a price tag well over $200,000.

Camaro Z28
The return of the Camaro triggered rumors of a Z28 version. Since then they have been denied and confirmed, only to be denied any number of times. Well get your hopes up, Camaro lovers, because a Z28 test mule has been spied by AutoWeek. The Z28 will sport a new exterior package, including a new front end and 20" wheels. GM's 6.2L V8 will be supercharged and packed under the hood to satisfy your need for speed. This one's not too far off. An early 2011 launch is expected.

Infiniti M Coupe
Building on its success with the G coupes, Infiniti has considered adding a 2-door M car as well. Inifiniti has developed a reputation for approaching the performance and driving excitement of BMW's sedans. An M37 or M56 coupe could certainly give BMW's own M lineup a run for its money. This is still just a rumor, and could require a longer wait than the others.

Audi RS5
Audi recently announced that its new high performance RS5 coupe will be available in the United States. If you love German Luxury paired with blistering performance, the RS5 has both. But it's going to cost you. About $100k will get you 444hp paired with the legendary Quattro system, and lots of other goodies, of course. Hang in there for another year or so, and you should be able to drive one home.

2009 Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG IWC

2009 Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG IWC

Recently spied in thick camouflage, the next generation SL63 is being proven before its introduction in 2012 or 2013. Inside Line has predicted the use of a 5.5L turbocharged V8, along with AMG's Speedshift MCT transmission. Pricing is not available at the moment but expect it to fall into the "expensive" category.