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Cars coming out in 2014

Updated on August 5, 2014

Presented below is a list of cars coming out in 2014:

  • Cadillac CTS: The German made automobiles have some really tough competition in 2014 from Cadillac. The striking features of the new Cadillac CTS makes the rest of the cars in its class seem like ordinary. A few awesome options include improved driver aids, active cancellation of noise and twenty-way powered seats. The V sport comes with a world-class twin-turbocharged, 420 hp, V6 engine which can power this beautiful machine from 0 to 60 mph in less than 5 seconds. This is fast enough to give any car a run for its money!

  • Lexus IS: The boldly designed and revamped Lexus IS 350 and IS 250 come with a stunning front grille and a bigger GS-based chassis that improves upon the previously cramped passenger space loaded with varied features such as a seven inch infotainment screen, xenon headlights and Bluetooth connectivity, the “Lexus IS” is also a performance-driven car.

  • Infiniti Q50: It is a replacement for the well-liked G37 sedan and a kind of commemoration for the addition of ‘Q’ to the nomenclature. The Japanese automaker took some design aspects from their current lot of concept cars to create the refined and aggressive appearance of the Infiniti Q50. The use of technology is extensive, including features like warning system for forward collision and detection of moving objects. The 328 hp, 3.7 liter, V6 engine is persisted with, while the hybrid version consisting of an electric motor and a 3.5 liter V6 engine can produce up to 354 hp.

  • Porsche 918 Spyder: It is a worthy competitor to Ferrari and McLaren. Replete with bleeding-edge technology, this hyper-car comes with electric motors in the rear and front that work in tandem with a V8 4.6 liter engine to produce 887 hp and cover 0 to 60 in under 3 seconds.

  • Alfa Romeo 4C: All car aficionados are eagerly awaiting the return of the Alfa Romeo and the launch of its 4C model. This sports car with a mid-engine comes with a distinctive chassis designed by Dallara and features a tub made from carbon fiber and other subparts made from aluminum.The four cylinder, 1.7 liter engine produces 240 hp which is more than sufficient for the light weight 4C.

  • Chevrolet Camaro: The newly redesigned Chevrolet Camaro 2014, with its lower and wider look appears more refined. The Z/28 has also come back into the fray. Since the focus remains on its performance in the track, the Z/28 comes with aerodynamic trim tuned to the T, ceramic-carbon brakes along with Brembo mono-block calipers and a steering wheel with a flattened lower end. The LS7, 500 hp, V8 engine makes it one of the most powerful monsters on the road.

  • Maserati Ghibli: It is a muscle car equipped with 2 options of twin-turbocharged V6 engine that can power the rear wheels as well as all 4 in different models. The interiors of the Ghibli can also be easily redone.

  • Acura RLX: The 2014 Acura RLX returns to the luxury sedan market after a 1 year gap. It comes in 5 different models that feature opulent options like seats with Milano leather and two central touchscreens.The expansive use of aluminum on the front section has decreased the overall weight, while the chassis has been beefed up.The 310 horsepower, 3.5 liter direct injection V6 engine gives enough power and mileage per gallon. You can expect a hybrid version of the car in the future.

  • Jaguar F-TYPE: It is the sports car from Jaguar that we have been waiting for so long. A muscular vehicle, the F-TYPE comes with a smooth ZF eight-speed transmission, a supercharged V8 or V6 capable of respectively delivering 495 hp and nearly 380 hp, and a sturdy chassis made of aluminum alloy. Only present as a convertible, the F-TYPE also comes with driver-focused interiors and advanced driver aids.

  • Mercedes-Benz CLA: With the launch of the CLA 2014, Mercedes has tried to bring its luxury brand to the masses. There is no shortage of space as the CLA is slightly longer and wider than the C-Class. In addition to usual features like Bluetooth and a central controller, you also have the option of going for an all-wheel drive CLA.

  • BMW 4-Series Coupe: The wider, longer and particularly lower 4-Series Coupe has replaced the much loved 3-Series BMW Coupe. The newer sedan is definitely a lot more athletic than the older one. The BMW 4-Series Coupe comes in many versions, wherein the 435i comes fully loaded with a twin-turbocharged, 335 hp, 3.0liter engine, while the lower priced 428i comes equipped with a turbocharged, 240 hp, 2.0liter, four cylinder engine. Customers of all versions can get all-wheel drive by paying an additional amount.

  • Kia Cadenza: Till now Kia did not have a top range luxury car. The Cadenza, with its enviable list of awesome features, fills that void. It however caters to the entry-level luxury car market. The usual options include navigation aids like UVO eServices and Sirius XM Traffic, a warning system, a backup camera, and a remarkable Infinity audio system; while the optional technology trim and luxury features include a driver window that repels water and a full-length roof offering panoramic views.


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