Drool Over These Most-Anticipated Cars
Buying a car is no walk in the park, especially now that there is news about vehicles being recalled, hacked or stolen right under the owner’s noses. This doesn’t mean you should stop dreaming about owning some of the most-anticipated cars of the next four years.
Buick is reviving two of its revered nameplate: 2015 Grand National and GNX sedans. Future car owners can choose between a turbocharged 2-litre four and a 3.6-litre V-6. The Buick sports sedan will be capable of amazing performance on the road, even without the V-8.
Not a lot of Mustang faithful might be very happy to know that this model will be more modern. But there is one retro feature that it will retain, however, and that is the turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, which will come in a guise of a 2-liter EcoBoost.
2016 Chevrolet Camaro
This 6th generation model will take its cues from the Euro-styled second-gen Camaro RS, but with a few improvements. It will be roomier, more affordable, and will likely have offerings for four, six and eight cylinders.
2016 McLaren P13
This is an entry-level mid-engine two-seater from McLaren that has the same basic architecture that was used in the 12C, using carbon-fiber tub and aluminum substructure. It will also use a twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre V8 with approximately 450 hp.
2017 Lamborghini Urus
It’s hard to imagine Lamborghini to put practical over style, but the Urus apparently is more practical, what with it being an SUV. But because it still comes from an exotic sports-car brand, expect the same level of sophistication in its interior and road performance.
2017 Lexus LF-LC
If this model reaches production, it could be Lexus’ answer to Aston Martin’s DB9. Dubbed as a “poor man’s LFA”, although it’s anything but cheap, it will put out 500 hp from its gasoline-electric hybrid V8 engine.