The bounce is back in the car industry; with the recent car shows all over the world present some new and high performance cars. Now we tell you all you need to know of brilliant new cars, including when you can get your hands on them and what their starting prices are expected to be. Here is the Top 10 Latest Cars in this Year. Let’s have a look.
Aston Martin Lagonda Taraf: Aston martins UK sales dipped slightly in 2015, but the company won’t be too worried as it concentrates on expanding in the lucrative Middle East market. It was originally thought the £400,000 Lagonda Taraf would only go on sale there, but now it has been confirmed that it will be made available worldwide.
Audi R8: The higher-powered V10 Plus is a true supercar, giving 0-62mph in 3.2 seconds and hitting 205mph. Even the ‘base’ model completes the benchmark in 3.5 seconds. Audi R8, so the pressure was on to get this new model right. True to form for the brand, the styling is evolutionary and perhaps even loses a little of the drama of the Mk1 mode.
Lincoln Continental Concept: The attractive styling and advanced features seen on Lincoln’s new Continental concept are almost overshadowed by the car’s name it’s not an acronym! It’s encouraging to see Lincoln embrace its rich history with a sleek luxury sedan wearing an iconic badge.
BMW M2: An M2 has been on the cards since the launch of the BMW 2 Series Coupe in 2015, and it’s the true successor to the limited-edition and extremely well received 1M Coupe. With a flared body kit and around 350bhp from a 3.0-litre turbocharged engine, the rear-wheel-drive M2 will be more about focused dynamic involvement than huge, straight-line power.
Cadillac CT6: It’s been too long since Cadillac offered a competitive, top-tier luxury sedan, which means the CT6 can’t arrive soon enough. As I feel it will lead to more confusion than the existing nomenclature, but if the CT6 provides a powerful blend of advanced luxury features and capable performance the name won’t hold it back.
Honda Civic: Honda’s next Civic will re-establish it as a fun-to-drive car offering high-tech drive train choices and advanced technology. The Civic established Honda as a viable Japanese automaker in the U.S., but recent versions haven’t lived up to its iconic status. The 201 Civic should correct that trajectory.
Lexus RX: The RX has been Lexus’ most successful model since it was introduced nearly 20 years ago. This means the brand has to balance bringing in new customers without alienating the existing fan base when redesigning the RX.
Jaguar XF: Jaguar caused quite a stir when the new F-Type debuted last year, yet it needs to refresh the rest of its line-up if it wants to increase sales and stay competitive in the luxury market. The new XF retains much of the previous car’s look, but a lighter, stronger chassis and improvements in drive train and suspension technology.
Ferrari 488 GTB: The 458 Italia was always going to be a tough act to follow, but Ferrari seems to have managed it with the sparingly fast and beautiful 488 GTB. The name has an interesting story, too: the 488 refers to the individual capacity, in cc, of each cylinder, while the GTB is a nod to the 308 GTB. We should keep this car first but for its price and sales we keep it here.
Ford Focus RS: There’s a stellar line-up of new hot hatches for 2015, but the Ford Focus RS has to be the most hotly anticipated of them all. This latest incarnation of the RS breed combines a 320bhp-plus version of the four-cylinder 2.3-litre turbocharged EcoBoost petrol engine from the new Mustang with an innovative four-wheel-drive system which varies power between the front and rear axles.