2017 Cars worth Waiting For
Anything new and novel always excites us. That is why when it comes to cars, we are always excited to look up what’s new and what’s forth coming. The years ahead promises innovative cars, trucks and SUVs with amazing new features. Some of them are still on papers, and many of them are already under development and testing. Let’s take a glimpse at the cars worth waiting for in 2017. Some of the best are 2017 electric cars.
2017 Volkswagen Beetle Dune
It’s hard not fall in love at first sight with this improved version of the yellow Beetle car. Its design is essentially the same but the look is a little bit stylish and modern-ish, featuring wider tracks, an additional two-inch ground clearance, and 2.2-inch extra width for flared fenders. The Dune uses the same 210-hp, 2.0-liter direct-injected turbo four as the Beetle R-Line.
2017 Bugatti Chiron
Finally, you can have your own Batmobile. If you failed to get your hands on the limited 2015 Veyron, Bugatti is happy to announced its successor — the Chiron, A.K.A. the Batmobile!
The Chiron is expected to feature radical aero-efficient design and pure power greater than that of Veyron at 288 mph, making it the fastest production car in the market come 2017.
2017 Ford GT
At an expected cost of $400,000, this one is definitely not cheap. But why the high price tag? Well, you’ll get a hand-built carbon thundersled for the price. Ford’s global performance vehicle chief engineer, Jamal Hameedi, gave us a clue on what the GT will be like. It’s going to feature amazing aerodynamic design, extraordinary light weight for a vehicle of its caliber, and super power engine. It could probably overcome the Chiron in terms of speed.
2017 Lexus SC
Convertible lovers out there, this one is for you. The SC will be Lexus’ flagship luxury sports coupe and convertible that comes with a sleek and stylish design. Initially, it will use a version of the 5.0-liter V-8, but it is expected to produce a twin-turbo version of its V-8. Also, rumor has it that it is likely to launch a hybrid. So, let’s wait and watch!