This year, a number of exciting automobiles hit the scene.
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Dodge Charger Hellcat
In the land of high-performance sedans, the Dodge Charger Hellcat sits at the top of the mountain. It is clearly one of the most talked about rides among car enthusiasts. Under its hood sits a supercharged Hemi V-8 engine, which pumps out a staggering 707 horsepower. When launched from a standstill, the Charger Hellcat rips to 60 mph in a stunning 3.9 seconds. A track-tuned suspension makes it an even more appealing sports sedan. The 2016 Charger Hellcat also has a menacing appearance. Blacked-out exterior trim and a vented hood give it an extra intimidation factor.
Kia Soul Turbo
Drivers love the Kia Soul’s versatile interior and youthful styling. However, the Soul Turbo offers an additional degree of driving excitement. Its turbocharged four-cylinder engine kicks out an exciting 201 horsepower. Meanwhile, a dual-clutch automatic transmission gives the Soul Turbo an enhanced fun factor. Although the Soul Turbo is a crossover SUV, it handles the road more like a small sedan. There is also a ton of passenger room on the inside. Some of the coolest features include an amplified sound system, smartphone integration, and a touch-screen infotainment system. A five-star safety rating sweetens the deal.
The new McLaren 570S is destined to leave sports car fans in awe. It is one of the most technologically advanced sports cars to ever hit the scene. While the new McLaren 570S is a beast on the race track, it is still comfortable enough to handle a cross-country road trip. Launch control technology helps the McLaren 570S to reach 60 mph in less than three seconds. Drivers definitely can’t overlook this car’s ultra-sleek styling. Large air inlets give it an additional level of aggressiveness. According to many automotive gurus, the new McLaren 570S is expected to have a very high resale value.
For years, the Mazda Miata has dominated racing circuits throughout the country. The new 2016 Miata is lighter and faster than the previous generation. Mazda’s highly acclaimed SkyActiv technology enables it to offer a strong performance without wasting any fuel. Its high-revving 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine pushes out a satisfying 155 horsepower. When tested at the track, the lightweight roadster recorded an impressive 0-60 time of 5.8 seconds. While an automatic transmission is available, the six-speed manual gearbox is a blast to use. Because of the Miata’s roomier design, even tall folks can now fit behind the wheel.
Ford Mustang Shelby GT350
This is the perfect Mustang for the drivers who want to hit the race track. It comes equipped with one of the most exotic engines ever created by Ford. The Voodoo V-8 engine kicks out a thrilling 526 horsepower. Drivers will immediately fall in love with this car’s thunderous exhaust note. Magnetic suspension dampers enable the Shelby GT350 to truly hug the pavement. Carbon fiber wheels aid the car’s handling. When stacked against sports cars that are significantly more expensive, the new Mustang Shelby GT350 can definitely hold its own. From an appearance standpoint, the Shelby GT350 looks noticeably more aggressive than the typical Mustang.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen is bound to capture the hearts of adventure seekers. It is among the most capable SUVs in the world. Whether tackling a muddy trail or creeping across the frozen tundra, the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen is engineered to overcome virtually any off-road environment. Locking differentials and an advanced Electronic Traction System help the G-Wagen to avoid becoming stuck. A twin-turbocharged V-8 engine gives the G-Wagen enough power to move mountains. Mercedes-Benz tuned it to develop a stunning 416 horsepower and 450 pound-feet of torque. On the inside, the new G-Wagen is packed with luxurious features. Some of the advanced safety technologies include a Distronic adaptive cruise control system and a Parktronic system.