Three of the new pieces feature four wheels. Among them are a stock car like what you would find in NASCAR, a Formula 1 or IndyCar-inspired open-wheel race car, and a hulking monster truck. They go by slightly different names on the website, but we think you'll recognize them, regardless. Vehicles of the two-wheeled variety include a "motorcycle" in the form of a sports bike, and a Vespa-esque "scooter." Of course, the classic race car is also eligible for voting.
You can see the new pieces in the gallery above, and they can also be found in special edition versions of Monopoly that include the original eight pieces, and eight random new pieces. The special edition Monopoly games will cost $19.99. The motorized machines are up against some stiff competition, such as a T-Rex and a private jet, so if you want to see more four- or two-wheeled rides in the game, you'll want to go to the Monopoly Token Madness website to vote.