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2017 McLaren 570 GT

The 2017 McLaren 570GT is a sports car equipped with carbon-fiber chassis, lightweight aluminum body and a twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre V8 engine. The 570GT can reach a top speed of 204mph, maximum power of 562hp and a maximum torque of 443lb-ft. The 7-speed seamless-shift gearbox can be used in Auto mode for maximum convenience, or controlled via steering-wheel-mounted rocker-shift paddles for manual gear selection. The 570GT features a lightweight composite brake system, a carbon fiber monocell and unique designed GT cast alloy wheels. The 2017 McLaren 570GT was first introduced ahead of official unveiling at the Geneva Auto Show.

2017 Karma Revero

Going 0-60 in 5.4 seconds is the all-new 2017 Karma Revero newly introduced in September 2016. Featuring a price tag of $130,000 formally known as the Fisker Karma. The Revero sports new wheels, tweaked front fascia and a new badge design. Inside, you will find reclaimed wood and and updated infotainment system. This sports car features a 2.0 liter turbocharged gas generator used to recharge the 21.4 kWh lithium-ion battery and is able to reach 403 hp and 981 lb-ft of torque.

2014 Hennessey Venom GT

Hennessey only plans to build a total of 29 Venom GTs, with one-third of the production run already being sold. Thus, the Venom GT® is not only the fastest accelerating hypercar in the world, it’s also one of the most exclusive. The Venom GT® costs $1.2 million US Dollars plus shipping and not including options. World’s Fastest Hypercar from 0 – 300 km/h. On January 10, 2013 John Kiewicz drove the Hennessey Venom GT to a new Guinness WORLD RECORD for a two-seat hypercar from 0 – 300 km/h in 13.63 seconds at Ellington Airport in Houston, Texas, USA.

2017 Polaris SlingShot

The Polaris SlingShot is a 3-Wheeled Reverse Trike open cockpit powered by 2.4L GM Eco Tech with 175 HP and 5-Speed Manual Transmission. The SlingShot weighs in at just 1700 lbs.

2013 Lamborghini Gallardo 50th Anniversary Final Edition

Classics

1955 Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing Coupe

Being one of 855 Coupes produced in 1955 model year, the Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing Coupe is one of the most memorable and iconic coupes of the 50’s and to date. The Gullwing was introduced in 1952 as a lightweight Race Car to compete in the Mille Milia and was the first road car to have ever used fuel injection technology. This sports car can also be known as the W194, the first true sports car developed by Daimler-Benz after the war. This 1955 Gullwing has been restore by Hahn-Vorbach Collector Car Restoration.

Acura

2017 Acura NSX

With the all-new 2017 Acura NSX, new ways were created to engineer, design, build and produce an iconic, exotic sports car. NSX delivers a refreshingly civilized approach to touring, thanks to its advanced, lightweight suspension and steering systems and rigid frame. Third-generation magnetorheological (MR) dampers respond to the road more than 1000 times per second; the cabin provides a quiet refuge with muted wind and road sound. Engine sound aligns with driving mode – from the near-silence of quiet mode to track mode’s aggressive snarl. Across the driving spectrum, the same systems that deliver high-performance athleticism at speeds approaching 200 MPH provide the same precise grip and poise at every speed.

Cadillac

2017 CT6

CT6 is a new formula for a prestige luxury sedan – it has all the size, prestige and technology of large luxury sedans, while offering the driving dynamics and efficiency of a midsize sport sedan. Cadillac CT6 takes drivers to a higher threshold of involvement, with technologies that make them more aware of their surroundings, chassis systems that make the most of control in all conditions, and powertrains that reward with stirring power on demand.

Chevrolet

2018 Equinox

The all-new 2018 Equinox is more than just a way to get around. It’s the perfect balance of everything you want and need – from style and versatility to performance and safety. Not to mention there’s plenty of technology to help keep you connected and entertained. With Equinox, every drive is a chance to take a little time for yourself. The comfortable interior is spacious enough to accommodate you, your passengers and all your stuff. The dual-cockpit design features an integrated center stack, so everything is right at your fingertips. Outside, the sculpted exterior is completely redesigned from front to back.

2017 Corvette Stingray Convertible

Stingray is a perfect driving machine, born from brilliant engineering and precision performance. Simply put, the 2017 Stingray is designed for savvy drivers who demand more from their sports cars. Stingray combines race-proven technology with provocative, purposeful design. Designed from the start to be an open-top vehicle, no additional reinforcements were required for the Stingray convertible. The fully electronic convertible-top can be lowered with the press of a button or remotely by using the key fob – even while driving at speeds of up to 30 mph – and hides beneath a hard, body-colored tonneau cover.

2017 Cruze RS Hatchback

Whether you’re zipping around city streets or navigating winding roads, the first-ever Cruze Hatchback is made to work hard for you. With a unique combination of entertainment technology, remarkable efficiency and available advanced safety features, this sporty compact car helps you get where you’re going without missing a beat. Get ready to turn heads everywhere you go. Cruze features aerodynamic sculpting for a noticeably sportier appearance. Going somewhere fun? The first-ever Cruze Hatch offers 47.2 cu. ft. of cargo space when the second row is down. It’s more than enough room for whatever fuels your passion.

2017 Camaro SS Convertible 50th Anniversary Edition

In 1966, Chevrolet introduced the world to Camaro and a love affair was born. Now, after 50 years of pushing the envelope, advanced performance technology, meticulous design and engineering mastery come together in the sixth-generation Camaro. With refinements that can be seen in every sculpted body line, felt in every turn, and heard in the roar of the four available powertrains, the sixth-generation Camaro is the lightest, leanest and meanest Camaro yet. The smaller, more athletic sixth-generation Camaro also features a fastback profile and more pronounced quarter panels, creating a road presence that’s hard to ignore.

2017 Silverado 1500

A muscular front-end design with bold horizontal elements and a sculpted hood creates a wide, aggressive stance. Every Silverado has a striking appearance. And while the family resemblance isn’t hard to spot, each carries distinct traits that help them stand out from one another and every other truck on the road. It’s said that with the right equipment, you can complete any task. Silverado trucks offer the trailering features, pickup box and high-strength steel that ensure your toolbox is always full. Silverado is as smart as it is strong, offering technology to keep you connected like available Chevrolet MyLink with a 7-inch or 8-inch diagonal color touch-screen display, wireless charging† and 4G LTE Wi-Fi.

2017 Bolt EV

From a beautifully sculpted exterior to its impressive performance, spacious interior and advanced technologies, Bolt EV has completely reinvented what an electric vehicle can be. Want proof? Bolt EV was named Motor Trend’s 2017 Car of the Year.® The great thing about Bolt EV is you can top off your battery as much or as little as you like. Or you can simply plug in at night and by the morning it’s charged up and ready to go. Without thinking, plugging in could become a part of your daily routine and you don’t have to leave your garage. How convenient.

Ford

2017 Edge SEL

The 2017 Ford Edge is grabbing attention while pushing convention with its bold design. From the dynamic grille to the fluid shapes and smooth lines that run the length of its body, the 2017 Edge will let you arrive in style. It also has a sleek roof, aerodynamic shape and the type of commanding profile that isn’t afraid of turning heads or stepping into the spotlight.

2017 Mustang GT

The 2017 Ford Mustang features an integral link independent rear suspension that helps minimize body roll and isolate road imperfections for a responsive ride and precise handling. Aluminum-alloy rear knuckles and H-arms help reduce unsprung mass. So Mustang has twice as much anti-squat and nearly 10 times the amount of anti-lift for better pitch control during hard acceleration and braking compared to the previous generation. Now for the engine, the GT and GT Premium models have a 5.0L V8 that kicks out 435 hp and 400 lb.-ft. of torque.

2018 EcoSport

EcoSport makes your every arrival a very cool sight. But it’s not just about looks. Sleek, aerodynamic and engineered with plenty of power, this is a vehicle that doesn’t just look smart. It’s smart to the bone. EcoSport is powered by a turbocharged 1.0L EcoBoost engine with direct injection, packing a lot of power into a lightweight package. Combine that with confident Ford capability and you’ve got a vehicle that’s ready, willing and able when you are.

2018 F-150

The pickup that changed trucks forever continues to power ahead. A bold new look begins with a muscular new grille, and works all the way back to a newly embossed tailgate. With new engine options, the 2018 F-150 provides more engine alternatives. First, there’s an all-new standard 3.3L Ti-VCT V6. Next up, a 2.7L EcoBoost,® a 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 and a 3.5L EcoBoost are all paired with a 10-speed transmission to deliver improved acceleration and performance.

2018 Expedition

Pittsburgh will be the first to see the newly announced 2018 Ford Expedition! The all-new 2018 Expedition is at the top of its game. A refined and spacious cabin boasts incredible room for both people and cargo.3 Towing capability is impressive. Technology is smart and innovative. The 3.5L EcoBoost® engine in the Expedition Platinum is tuned to give you more refined power – which means more responsive performance as you pass others on the highway.

2017 F-350 Platinum

F-Series. The best-selling trucks in America for 40 straight years. It’s not luck. And it isn’t coincidence. Since 1977, F-150 and Super Duty have been the best-selling trucks for some very real and hardcore reasons: Rock-solid Durability. Up-to-the-nanosecond technology. And jaw-dropping capability. Leading the way for 40 straight years is grueling, intense and tough. Yeah. Just the way F-Series likes it.

2017 Ford F-150 Raptor

Taking off-road performance to a frightening new level is the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor. High-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy makes the all-new Raptor approximately 500 pounds lighter than before. The all-new, twin-turbo, intercooled DOHC 24-valve, high-output 3.5L Eco Boost with direct fuel injection will deliver more power than the previous 6.2L V8 – 450 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque. A 10-speed automatic transmission with manual-shifting mode sends that power to all four wheels.

Genesis

2017 G80

Luxury evolved. Through heart-stopping design and performance rivaled only by its first-class experience, Genesis is evolving luxury. A suite of intelligent driver-safety technologies anticipates and responds to your every need, blurring the line where your consciousness ends and the Genesis’ begins.

2017 G90

The next level of luxury. Genesis embodies a smarter, more progressive approach to luxury with innovation and styling seamlessly integrated into your life. This vehicle is a luxurious, sensory experience centered entirely around you.

Hyundai

2017 Elantra

Elantra’s available features open up a world of possibilities. There’s a segment-first hands-free smart trunk and an Integrated Memory System for the driver’s seat and exterior mirrors. Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ are also available, plus a premium Infinity® audio system and HID headlights with Dynamic Bending Lighting System. And Elantra offers available 360-degree surround safety features so advanced they’re not found in most compact cars.

2017 Inoniq Hybrid Electric

Ioniq’s attractive and efficient shape was designed to manage airflow with several active and passive aerodynamic features. Its active aero front grille, wheel air curtains, rear spoiler and smooth underbody cover, all combine to deliver a 0.24 coefficient of drag. They’re not just better ways to get around. They’re better cars. Hybrids offer efficiency. Electric cars are brilliant. But Ioniq steps things up with thoughtful amenities, advanced safety features and ingenious design. The result is a more rewarding drive.

2017 Sonata

Its confident exterior is an exciting example of Hyundai’s signature design language, Fluidic Sculpture 2.0. Both the Sport and Limited trims include visual details that give Sonata’s sophisticated design an athletic edge. Sonata’s standard 2.4L GDI engine offers plenty of horsepower for the demands of daily driving. Looking for more power? The 245-hp turbocharged 2.0L GDI engine is available with the Sport 2.0T and Limited 2.0T models. If you’re seeking MPG, go for the 1.6L turbocharged engine in the Sonata Eco.

2017 Tucson

Its fluid design opens up a world of possibilities. The available panoramic sunroof extends from the front seats to the back, bringing in light and fresh air. A rear spoiler with brake lights built in. And in between, flowing lines and Fluidic Sculpture design that are uniquely Hyundai.

2017 Veloster Turbo

The updated 2017 Hyundai Veloster Turbo received an aerodynamic body kit, the car now looks more sporty and original. Even after the planned upgrade of the exterior has a new trapezoidal radiator grille with chrome rim, different shape of the bonnet, more prominent bumper, and rear bumper embedded in the diffuser there are two pipe exhaust system. With this transmission the car can accelerate to first 60 in 8.5 seconds and its top speed is 119 miles per hour. The fuel consumption of the Veloster 2015 Turbo 33 mpg. All other specifications of Hyundai Veloster Turbo with the exception of retuned steering and enhanced brakes are the same as the less powerful “civilian” model.

Jeep

New Jeep Compass

Available in the spring of 2017, the all-new Jeep Compass. This proven 4×4 system adds capability with a 20:1 crawl ratio. The Selec-Terrain® traction management system includes five different modes — Auto, Snow, Sand, Mud and Rock — for all-weather capability. Equipped with standard skid plates, a raised ride height and distinctive fascia for improved approach and departure angles. A high-strength steel frame and multiple airbags5 help provide protection in the event of an accident.

Kia

2018 Kia Stinger

The all-new and powerful Fastback Sport Sedan, the 2018 Kia Stinger redefines the Kia Brand with luxurious amenities and unexpected features. At the Detroit 2017 International Auto show, the Stinger made its debut. The wide front and rear track, along with the recessed contours along the doors, enhance the visual power of the Stinger’s shoulder line as well as its fastback silhouette. While both engines are still under development, the standard 2.0liter turbocharged four cylinder Theta II engine produces an estimated 255 horsepower at approximately 6,200 rpm with a max torque of 260 lb-ft. The Stinger features a second generation eight speed rear drive automatic transmission.

Land Rover

2017 Land Rover Discovery

With the all-new 2017 Land Rover Discovery, the versatility of the cabin is highlighted by the easily configurable available seven-seat layout and plentiful storage, with thoughtful use of space and refined comfort. The All-New Discovery feels at home in the city, and also drives impeccably off-road. It takes towing capability to a new level, with a capacity of up to 8201 lbs and a suite of features available to help make towing effortless and assured. Optimized suspension geometry coupled with unique Land Rover technologies ensures it delivers the ultimate all-terrain capability.

2017 Land Rover Evoque

The all-new 2017 Range Rover Evoque is available in Coupe, Five-door and Convertible body styles. The Range Rover Evoque has been exposed to ten years of driving pressures in a fraction of the time using our test rig. Reaching speeds up to 135mph, the Evoque is equipped with a 4-cylinder turbocharged gasoline engine with 240 hp and 250 lb-ft with a maximum torue of 1750 rpm. State-of-the-art technologies including Terrain Response ensure the Range Rover Evoque Convertible feels more sure-footed in a variety of terrain or weather conditions. The driver can select from Grass, Gravel and Snow, Mud and Ruts, and Sand settings for increased traction and composure.

Lexus

2017 RC

While the captivating styling of the coupe will draw you in, there’s another side that’s equally compelling. Offering multiple levels of performance, from the RC Turbo and the all-wheel drive RC 300 to the exhilarating RC 350 and F SPORT versions of all three, the only thing you won’t find in the 2017 RC line is an ounce of restraint. Nearly identical to the digital gauges in the world-renowned LFA supercar, the instrument cluster in the RC F SPORT features race-inspired upgrades like a G-force monitor and a Thin Film Transistor display that moves in concert with a sliding metallic-trimmed bezel, expanding and retracting digital screens when information is accessed.

2017 LX

Crafted to tame demanding terrain from remote off-road vistas to black-tie premieres, the 2017 LX 570 boasts a show-stopping interior and a sharpened exterior. A confident, assertive stance demands attention as sleek body sculpting draws the eye toward the D-pillar. Dynamic LED headlamps give the LX the signature Lexus edge.

2017 RX Hybrid

An alluring yet aggressively sculpted body. A sumptuous, futuristic interior. Premium technology with exhilarating V6 performance. Experience luxury without apology. Experience the 2017 RX. Engineered to turn heads, the angular and assertive 2017 RX makes the message clear—aggressive design and expressive styling are not for the faint of heart. Molded to change its silhouette when viewed from different angles, the RX flaunts razor-sharp character lines, a sleek profile, a distinctive floating roofline—and a new era of Lexus design.

2017 ES

It’s a difference you’ll feel with the touch of every surface. Run your fingers along the stitching of the sculpted dash, and you’ll feel a handcrafted work of art. The available embossed-stitch seating is equally pleasing to the fingertips, while available ambient lighting adds a touch of intrigue, accentuating the modern design. Among its exclusive touches, the ES offers sustainable bamboo accents, including a steering-wheel trim that is bowed from a single piece and sanded by hand.

2017 LS

With a 386-hp V8 engine, the LS is already an imposing figure. But with the F SPORT, it becomes even more impressive, both inside the vehicle and out. Inspired by the world-renowned Lexus LFA supercar, the LS F SPORT is aggressively styled to match its exhilarating performance. Rear-wheel drive models feature a limited-slip rear differential and downshift rev-matching to help you achieve an unparalleled experience behind the wheel. The signature spindle grille is the most obvious exterior design feature on the LS F SPORT, but you will also notice the exclusive LED foglamps, front bumper, rear diffuser and lightweight forged alloy wheels.

Subaru

2018 Subaru Legacy

The updated 2018 Legacy does bring small alterations to both exterior and interior appearance, claimed improvements in refinement, added technology, and bolstered safety content. The model lineup remains the same: The 2.5i packs a 175-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder boxer engine, while the 3.6R has a 256-hp 3.6-liter flat-six. A continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) with a manual mode and paddle shifters to toggle through simulated gears remains the only transmission option, and the engine’s computer brain has been retuned to provide quicker and smoother throttle response. Of course, all-wheel drive with torque vectoring is standard on every Legacy. The 2.5i is available in base, Premium, Sport, and Limited trims, while the 3.6R comes as the top-spec Limited only.