Sweet New Rides You Need to Have in 2015

This year, we had we had the sleek BMW i8 that heralded a new breed of hybrid cars. Then, there was the Mercedes S-Class Coupe that had a sportier built with its streamline roofline and modest boot spoiler. Of course, we also had the cool Mazda MX-5 Roadster, which had an excellent marriage of efficiency and style. If you’re wondering what to expect from the big names in the auto industry, let’s take a look at some of the models to watch out for in 2015.

Ferrari 458M

Each year, car manufacturer giant Ferrari launches a new model, and in 2015, the 485M is first in line, which is the 458 Italia replacement. The new 458M is set to have major mechanical changes, which could include a downsized 3.8-litre turbo V8 to replace the 4.5-litre naturally aspirated V8. If these upgrades were actually made into the newest addition to the Ferrari family, these could offer around 6bhp-plus and cut the 0 to 62mph time from 3.4 seconds to 3 seconds flat. It is expected to be launched on the second quarter of next year.

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Ford Galaxy

Although at first glance you might think that there’s not much difference from its predecessor, the galaxy has more than meets the eye. For one thing, it has a brand new platform, which is the same one that’s installed in the new Edge SUV, Mondeo and S-Max. With that said, it brings a new range of engines, including 1.6 and 2.0-litre petrol EcoBoosts. Then, there’s also the new 1.5 and 2.0-litre diesels. The Galaxy can also be developed into a hybrid that comes with CO2 emissions with a 100g/km mark.

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Honda HR-V

Set to be launched early 2015, the Honda HR-V returns to rival the Nissan Juke with its awesome features like practical touches to make it more appealing to families. The new HR-V comes will comes with a centrally located fuel tank freeing up a lot of boot space. Plus, it will be equipped with Honda’s Magic Seating arrangement for better flexibility. And because this new Honda addition has the same platform as the next-generation Jazz, there will be a familiar range of engines, including a hybrid.

With these sweet new rides, you will surely want to start saving up to afford yourself one of these babies. Be sure to check out car reviews before making your purchase though.

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