Aston Martin Sleigh
Car Magazine commissioned this one straight from Aston, but it doesn't really say anything about the brand other than that their "U" taillights can look good on anything. Santa would probably do well with a matching helmet.
Is that an "S1" badge on the grille? The tail-out slide hints at rear-biased AWD as on the S4 and S5. We've got to give Santa props for the one-handed control.
GE's gone all retro-futuristic, combining the 1960s archetype for a future flying car with current future technology like a 500gb hard drive holding data for a holographic naught and nice list and RFID tracking of gifts.
Is it just us, or does the Jaguar sleigh look like the poor-cousin of the Aston Martin sleigh? Again, nothing to do with either brand, but the highly impractical long nosed proportions does evoke the ridiculous T-junctions-are-best-avoided nose of the XK.
Land Rover Sleigh
Lithe and high-tech, exactly the opposite of the enormously heavy range of current Land Rovers. Santa would probably be better off with a plain old Range Rover, at least then he'd have room for a present or two.
This sleigh allegedly incorporates design cues from the Chevy Volt-based Opel Ampera and, like that car, this sleigh doesn't actually exist, but could be possible at some undefined date in the future, you know, once GM invents hovering and cold fusion.