Order In 2017 forthe Best in 2018 Luxury and Sports Cars
Launching from 2017 into 2018 are amazing sports and luxury cars with features that will astound. The world is getting use to self-driving cars, electric cars, hybrids, and more cars are coming in 2018 and beyond involving the technology of tomorrow and features that were once shown on the Jetsons and Lost in Space. Let’s look at just a few of tomorrow land’s new models.
- Ferrari 812 Superfast
Okay, let’s talk numbers. You are revving up to 211 mph and you can go from 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds. The number 12 in the title refers to its V12 front engine. The number 8 is its 800-metric horsepower or 789 bhp – in other words ‘superfast.’ Besides its artful aerodynamic long front, the Ferrari 812 Superfast has wider front tires so that you can make those sharp turns with the rear steering still being automatically controlled without excess revolutions. This model is the only Ferrari model that features electric power steering. No matter how fast you drive in this turbo vehicle, you will experience durability and balance. Inside your Superfast is an analogue environment.
- Honda Civic Type R
The U.S. in 2018 is going to enjoy a Honda with a 306 horsepower, 2.0 turbocharged Civic with good front-wheel drive unlike any of its predecessors. This Civic Type R is a generational model of the Civic Type R series. It features a four-door hatchback, has a great downshift system, a six-speed manual transmission, and a 20-inch wheel base. It offers lots of road grip, 3 driving modes, and comfortable seats. For added design appearance, the Civic Type R features a large, rear spoiler on the wings.
- Lamborghini HuracanPerformante
This 20% premium markup car is always worth it with the name Lamborghini. The HuracanPerformante already has a 2018 reputation for its innovative aerodynamic system. How about reaching 60 mph in 3.0 seconds. Its rear curvy angled wing and closed valves gives you less drag results. All totaled, there are four valves working together to give drivers the best in acceleration and top speeds. The Performante carries a 631-horsepower system with a humming V10 exhaust and an aerodynamic appearance that will turn heads in its vibrant colors like metallic orange.
- Lexus LC
With a Lexus you always get style and performance. With the LC you get that and more. This Coupe style model features a V8 cylinder engine, rear wheel drivetrain, 19 mpg- 4 passenger sports car, 471 horsepower, and 398 feet of torque speed. The Lexus LC features a 10-speed automatic transmission and in 4.4 seconds it can reach up 60 mph. If you like a clean sharp turn, you will use the Lexus LC active rear steering. The LC will turn heads with its low, wide profile, a lengthy sleek hood, and a looming rod-style grille. When you visit the interior, you will experience soft leather, front seats are ergonomically designed.
- Kia Stinger GT
This is a powerful sporty sedan from the Kia models and features a 3.3-liter 365 horsepower engine. The Stinger GT will be a great 2018 purchase with its VT turbocharged system that will help you reach 60 mph in 4.9 seconds. Your steering experience in this sporty model gives you great turning with decisiveness and its 19-inch Michelin tires. Its transmission is an 8-speed automatic that comes alive when you leave it in full automatic mode.
- Tesla Model 3
Launching in 2017 is the powerful Tesla name in its Model 3 version. The Elon Musk name is behind this powerful luxury vehicle. The Model 3 has a range of 215 miles, revving up to 60 mph in less than 6 seconds. It is a five-seater with an autopilot system that gives you a fast start. If you are familiar with the interior of the Model S or X, then your comfort is obvious. Instead of a driver display feature, the Model 3 features a large horizontal screen located as a center mount. Its dual motor, stable all-wheel drive and features a 500 lbs. weighted speedster.
- Alfa Romeo Stelvio
Yes, Americans are buying Alfa Romeo vehicles to the tune of over 2 million owners between the end of 2016 and 2017. The Alfa Romeo Stelvio is a stylish car with a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine. The Stelvio is a soft comfortable ride with quick responsive steering. It features a great all-wheel drive movement. The Stelvio has a unique look but you will still recognize it as an Alfa Romeo. Its body has a metal casing headlight and taillight with a lengthy hood and a triangular grille. You can program your destination into its innovative infotainment system, use your Android apps from your phone by downloading it on the Stelvio dashboard. For interior styling, place your luxury drinking cups and your gold painted smartphone into your soft cushiony console holders.
- Audi SQ5
The Audi family introduces the electric 2018 SQ5 that has a great turbocharge from its V6 engine. It carries 354 horsepower and a torque of 369 lbs., all of which revs you from 1370 to 4500 rpms. You can get 19 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway and byways. On the hills or rocky roadways, the SQ5 has tractor style Pirelli wheels with a 21-inch girth that grips the road. To break for a deer or crazy traffic, you receive six strong piston front brakes. The interior is not sporty, just billowy comfortable seats in soft leather, a spacious front and backseat ride, and loaded with entertainment amenities.
- Aston Martin Valkyrie
Last, but not least, the Valkyrie will be available in 2018, but on a limited basis. The Valkyrie has a prestigious team behind its name, like the Red Bull F1 Racing Team and the innovative UK manufacturer – Gaydon. The Valkyrie is an electric hybrid vehicle that retains the Aston Martin sleek features. It features a V12 engine and a 1130 horsepower engine.
Technology, technology, technology is the driving force behind the 2018 vehicles and for years to come. The new luxury and sports cars will feature sensing systems, all-around cameras and connectivity systems that communicates with your mobile devices or at home devices. Wi-fi and app-based features are now commonplace. Self-driving cars are not being pushed out too much because I think our collectiveness is not ready for all that fun, at least not in 2018. But, if you need help assistive steering and breaking, luxury car manufacturers are installing them at rapid speed. Fuel efficiency is still a key factor in luxury and sports modeled cars even with the electric plug-ins and the hybrid vehicles.