2017 Genesis G80 – North America (DH)

Meet the new 2017 Genesis G80,luxury sedan which has 311-hp 3.8-liter V-6 with an eight-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive is standard, and a 420-hp 5.0-liter V-8 (as optional). The G80 is second model lauched by Genesis since Genesis became luxury brand by Hyundai. The G80 depends on an inflexible back wheel-drive platform and elements with high-quality steel all through. Multi-connect suspension is highlighted at both closures and was sharpened on the Nürburgring. The auto additionally highlights electronic power directing and a drive modes selector to permit the driver to choose…

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2018 Toyota C-HR – North America

Into the new lineup ofToyota, slids in the C-HR. C-HR stands for (Coupe High-Rider) which having fourdoors, 2.0 liter turbo engine with 144 hp, drivetrain of the Toyota C-HR for the USA market is front-wheel drive only, and all-wheel drive is not an option. Security tech incorporates a forward-impact cautioning framework with walker recognition and programmed crisis braking, path takeoff cautioning with controlling help, programmed high shafts, and vand adaptive cruise control. Underneath the uncontrollably wrinkled sheet metal, the C-HR rides on a similar Toyota New Global Architecture platform utilized…

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2017 Donkervoort D8 GTO-RS

Donkervoort Automobielen BV is a manufacturer of authentic hand-built and ultra light weight sports cars based in Lelystad, Netherlands. The car brand was founded in 1978 by Joop Donkervoort. In 1996, Donkervoort’s Ford engines were replaced by Audi engines. Donkervoort’s motto – “No Compromise” – means driving without any electronic aids such as ABS (Anti-lock braking system), Electronic stability program (ESP) or power steering. The Donkervoort D8 GTO-RS is lightweight variant on the D8 GTO model. Comes with improved performance, better aerodynamics and an Audi 2.5L R5 TFSI engine,  fully…

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2017 Opel Insignia Grand Sport

The Opel Insignia (from Latin insigne which means the emblem/coat of arms) is an executive car engineered and produced by the German automaker Opel. Production of the Insignia began in 2008 as a replacement for the Vectra and Signum. The vehicle is sold under the Vauxhall marque in the United Kingdom, and known as the Buick Regal in China and North America. The first look at the next generation of Opel’s flagship already shows why it deserves its new name. Following the successful first generation Insignia, the Car of the…

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Lamborghini Miura (1966 – 1972)

If Ferrari hadn’t already received a wake up call, the arrival of Lamborghini Miura must have rattled Maranello’s rafters. When it first appeared in 1965 at the Turin Motor Show the Miura was just a bare chassis, but that didn’t stop wealthy aficionados putting down deposits without knowing precisely (or even vaguely) what form their purchase would eventually take. They felt the spectacular chassis spoke for itself, with layout derived from contemporary sports races with a transversely mounted V12 engine in the middle that simply shrieked performance. Nobody asked for…

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KTM X-Bow R – 2016

The KTM X-Bow (pronounced crossbow) is an ultra-light sports car for road and race use, produced by Austrian motorcycle manufacturer KTM. It is the first car in their product range. It was launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2008. The KTM X-Bow R supplies technical solutions from the racing world. The design of the ingenious aerodynamics – developed by KTM Technologies in cooperation with Dallara – is particularly impressive. Almost 200 kg of downforce are generated at 200 km/h thanks to the front splitter, underbody and rear diffuser. Depending…

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