Thursday, January 19, 2017
TOP 6 MOST DROOL-WORTHY CARS From 2017 DETROIT AUTO SHOW On PLAYBOY!!!
BENTLEY CONTINENTAL SUPERSPORTS
There is no shortage of auto shows in the good old USA!!!
LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK both have huge automotive extravaganzas, but; if you are taking cars, and these here UNITED STAES Of AMERICA; you are talking about DETROIT -
The MOTOR CITY.
Additionally, the intertwining of TECHNOLOGY and CARS has made participation at auto shows a little more tricky for auto manufacturers. For example, does a talking, self-driving car belong at a car show, or; a technology show???
2017 NORTH AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW (#NAIAS)
tries to answer that question with ample examples of both CARS and TECHNOLOGY.
That being said said, the really good people at
have done the heavy lifting to gift us with a presentation of
TOP 6 DROOL-WORTHY CARS At The 2017 DETROIT AUTO SHOW
BENTLEY CONTINENTAL SUPERSPORTS
If you only knew the Bentley Continental from hip hop videos, you might think the car only moved in slow motion with women draped all over it. But in reality the cars in the Continental are screamers, and the new Continental Supersports is wailing its damn head off. The model is the world’s fastest four-seat car, with a top speed of 209 miles per hour and a 0-60 time of just 3.7 seconds.
2018 KIA STINGER
The Korean automaker isn’t exactly known for creating cars that make jaws drop, but the Stinger is just that. The production model is based heavily off of Kia’s GT concept vehicle, which gives hope to car guys that concept cars can actually become reality. The fastback sports sedan was tested on the famous Nurburgring track in Germany and will be available with a twin-turbo V6 engine that should be able to go 0-60 in 5.1 seconds.
LEXUS LS 500
That grill — oh that grill. It seems as though ever since Lexus began putting that spindle grill on its cars, the vehicles have gotten better and better. The intricate pattern even looks awesome on the new LS 500, the company’s flagship sedan and the latest iteration of the first car the company launched with back in 1989. Longer and lower than its predecessor, the LS 500 is another sedan that looks like a coupe and we’re not mad about it.
MERCEDES-BENZ AMG GT-C
To be fair, keeping track of all the different
Mercedes AMG GT models
is getting a little challenging. But it’s still hard not be taken aback by the AMG GT-C that debuted in Detroit. Positioned just below the GT-R, the GT-C borrows a lot from that top-of-the-line model, including the wide rear and larger tires.
NISSAN VMOTION2.0 CONCEPT
When it comes to concept cars, it’s usually the coupes that get all the love. It can be tough to make a sedan capture the imagination in the same way as a sleek two-door. But the VMotion 2.0 is four doors of awesomeness. The angular lines on the sides are reminiscent of a scalpel, and the entire car flows beautifully. The suicide doors is the cherry on top.
VOLKSWAGEN I.D. BUZZ CONCEPT
The only thing not to like about the VW’s
next generation Microbus
is that it remains a concept. Volkswagen has created other concept iterations of the popular hippie van in the past, all to great fanfare, but they never make it to the production line. Here’s hoping the I.D. Buzz doesn’t meet a similar fat
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