A car that’s lacking both a windshield and a roof may seem like the sort of vehicle you can buy for cheap on Craigslist, not pay excessively high amounts of cash for. But that’s what you’ll get with the Lamborghini Aventador J, the just-unveiled convertible version of the Italian marque’s flagship supercar.
Chevrolet’s present Impala feels like an afterthought in GM’s passenger-car lineup, yet that’s soon because of change; the new 2014 Chevrolet Impala revealed at the New York Auto Show. The new car is known as the 10th generation of the Impala, even though the nameplate has been placed on some very unique products over many years. What makes a difference is that the new 2014 Impala is developed on a totally new platform and should have a far superior interior, along top-notch refinement.
Amongst the significant U.S. shows, the New York show has a good reputation for being a hotbed for high end brand and sports-car introductions, as well as the place where some fascinating concepts and particular editions rolls out.
A lot of carmakers have released their new models at 2012 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) last Thursday. Different from last year, this year’s theme is “Motorsports” and MIAS concentrates on “Life in the Fast Lane” and the new sports cars.
The 2012 Tesla Model S is a four-door electric car set for sale in 2012. However, Tesla Vice President and Chief Engineer Peter Rawlinson is aware that he’ll need to persuade Americans that the car is very safe before he has any opportunity of advising them to buy it.
New models and redesigns bring a breath of fresh air every new year. Typically you pay a premium for these newly minted versions. Not this year, however. The buying service of the non-profit Consumers’ Checkbook organization, to help us search for our Best New picks, they found winners are selected determined by performance, safety and value, plus our own driving opinions.
As one of the most anticipated Japanese sport coupes in history, Subaru BRZ was criticized that the 200-horsepower output simply just isn’t enough. So the automaker has already started working on an STI model of the BRZ. Atoshi Atake,Subaru’s global marketing manager, advised Auto Express, “Let me say this – we will definitely satisfy our customers. We are already focusing on a faster version.”
It’s a clearly American characteristic to want what’s next. Yes, Americans are spoiled with too many options in every type of item, specifically cars. Where we haven’t stopped loving—and lusting after—the cool car around the next bend. With that in mind, here’s we introduce 5 awesome cars under $50,000 that will available for sale in the next year.Let’s have a look at them.
2013 Ford Focus ST
The new Focus revealed in the U.S., with at least a 2.0-liter, direct-injected, 160-hp motor and variable valve timing, as well as a five-speed manual. However, the vehicle to wait for is the 2013 Focus ST, which debuts in early 2012.
The current year has shown up as the period when some of the mid-size cars in the market gained a considerable increase in sales. This could imply that many car buyers would rather buy mid-size sedans over the other version of cars. In an effort to offer a vivid picture of the car sales condition in the US, a shortlist of the 5 best-selling car models is listed below.
1. Toyota Camry
Even while it didn’t find the new convertible body-style we were looking for, the GT sports car from Germany’s Artega has been previewed with a wide breathtaking glass roof at 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
We say preview as the vehicle in Geneva is still at concept, even though provided the great feedback we wouldn’t be shocked to see the glass choice made available to consumers in the not too distant future.