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Best Luxury Sedans of 2015

December 26, 2014 in expensive cars, Luxurious cars, New Cars, Top 10's, World Top 10 Cars List by admin

Mercedes S 65 AMG


  • Engine : 6.0 V12 biturbo
  • Torque : 1,000 Nm
  • Power : 630 hp // 463 kW
  • Top speed : 210 mph // 339 km/h
  • Price : Starting at $ 295,000 // € 232,050


Rolls-Royce Ghost Series 2

Rolls-Royce Ghost Series 2

  • Engine : 6.6 V12 biturbo
  • Torque : 800 Nm
  • Power : 601 hp // 442 kW
  • Top speed : 188 mph // 304 km/h
  • Price : Starting at $ 419,000 // € 330,820

Bentley Flying Spur


  • Engine : 6.0 W12 biturbo
  • Torque : 800 Nm
  • Power : 625 hp // 460 kW
  • Top speed : 200 mph // 322 km/h
  • Price : Starting at $ 252,000 // € 199,500

Audi S8


  • Engine : 4.0 V8 TFSI
  • Torque : 650 Nm
  • Power : 520 hp // 382 kW
  • Top speed : 197 mph // 318 km/h
  • Price : Starting at $ 160,000 // € 126,500

Aston Martin Rapide S


  • Engine : 6.0 V12
  • Torque : 620 Nm
  • Power : 558 hp // 410 kW
  • Top speed : 190 mph // 306 km/h
  • Price : Starting at $ 242,000 // € 190,723

Porsche Panamera Turbo S Executive


  • Engine : 4.8 V8 biturbo
  • Torque : 800 Nm
  • Power : 570 hp // 425 kW
  • Top speed : 198 mph // 320 km/h
  • Price : Starting at $ 250,400 // € 197,041

Maserati Quattroporte GTS


  • Engine : 3.8 V8 biturbo
  • Torque : 711 Nm
  • Power : 530 hp // 390 kW
  • Top speed : 190 mph // 307 km/h
  • Price : Starting at $ 188,000 // € 148,400

Jaguar XJR

2015 Jaguar XJR

  • Engine : 5.0 V8 Supercharged
  • Torque : 680 Nm
  • Power : 542 hp // 405 kW
  • Top speed : 174 mph // 280 km/h
  • Price : Starting at $ 182,000 // € 143,300

BMW 750i


  • Engine : 4.4 V8 biturbo
  • Torque : 650 Nm
  • Power : 450 hp // 331 kW
  • Top speed : 184 mph // 297 km/h
  • Price : Starting at $ 135,500 // € 107,000

Lexus LS 600h


  • Engine : 5.0 V8 hybrid
  • Torque : 530 Nm
  • Power : 438 hp // 326 kW
  • Top speed : 155 mph // 250 km/h
  • Price : Starting at $ 175,000 // € 138,800
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Top 10 Best Luxury Cars Under $40,000

July 19, 2012 in Luxurious cars, World Top 10 Cars List by admin

1.  BMW 3 Series

BMW 3 Series

 One could quarrel that the BMW 3 Series is the most benchmarked car on the planet. That is to say, other carmakers frequently compare their products to the 3 Series, in a sense validating BMW’s popular sedan as the automotive gold usual. For 2012, BMW has polished their gold standard to an even brighter luster with the introduction of the 2012 3 Series sedans: the 4-cylinder 328i and 6-cylinder 335i. Larger, faster and more competent, the latest BMW 3 Series remains the car to beat in a field that includes, among others, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Audi A4 and Infiniti G37.

2.  Cadillac CTS Review

Cadillac CTS Review

Building upon Cadillac’s commitment to reinstate its place as the world’s standard of luxury, the 2012 CTS lineup aims to bring the fight directly to its European and Japanese competitors with a brand-new power plant, additional standard tackle and a host of high-tech features. For 2012, diversity is the name of the game. With sedan, coupe, and wagon models, high-performance CTS-V variants for each body style, and obtainable all-wheel drive (AWD), the Cadillac CTS series is perhaps the most diverse nameplate in the luxury segment.

3. Audi A5 Review

Audi A5 Review

The 2012 Audi A5 and its more sporting complement, the 2012 S5, deliver comfort, performance, handling and luxury, all wrapped in a package that is attractively gorgeous on the outside, beautifully luxurious on the inside and crafted with impeccable fit and finish. Powered by a range of smooth, powerful and fuel-efficient engines, and offering the availability of Audi’s quattro all-wheel-drive system, the A5 Coupe, A5 Cabriolet, S5 Coupe and S5 Cabriolet offer extremely appealing options in a market full of stiff competition.

4.  Acura TL Review

 Acura TL Review

When the current-generation Acura TL curved in the 2009 model year, its bold aesthetics garnered mixed feelings from car reviewer and the buying public alike. Some liked the sharp angles, while detractors were chiefly critical of the large beak-like front grille. For the 2012 model year Acura has softened the TL’s face and made a few other external refinements. With a mild facelift and better fuel economy, Acura hopes the freshened TL will lure even more buyers from varied temptresses like the BMW 5 Series, Infiniti M and Lexus ES.

5.  Lexus RX Review

Lexus RX Review

Lexus helped craft the luxury-crossover segment when it debuted the RX 350 SUV more than 10 years ago, and today nearly every high-end automaker offers at least one viable option to the vehicle that started it all. Even so, the 2012 RX 350 still counts itself as one of the most popular models in the section, and with superior reason. The vehicle has embraced a slow-and-steady approach to model changes, with engineers refusing to radically alter a formula that continues to draw buyers into the store. With a capable V6 engine, a quiet and well-executed interior and abundance of room inside, the 2012 Lexus RX 350 – along with its carbon-footprint-conscious brother, the RX 450h hybrid version – proves that success doesn’t require a reinvention of the wheel. It just helps when you hold the unique blueprints.

6.  Infiniti G Review

 Infiniti G Review

For 2012, the Infiniti G series continues its tradition of charming car buyers looking to get what they pay for in entry-level luxury, and then some. The 2012 G offers sedan, coupe, and adaptable variants, plus rear-wheel drive (RWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD) and the choice of an efficient 2.5-liter or powerful 3.7-liter V6. The 2012 Infiniti G models have established once again that they can not only run with the best in their class, they can do so at a lower cost to you.

7.  Mercedes-Benz C-Class Review

 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Review

Mercedes-Benz has long been equated with comfortable, expensive cars. The fresh-for-2012 C-Class coupes and sedans, starting in the mid-$30,000 range, represents a more digestible entry point for those in the hunt for the pampering and cachet of a Mercedes without going into (too much) debt to reach it. Now Mercedes has made its entry-level lineup even more alluring with a new base model, the C250, powered by a small, fuel-efficient 4-cylinder. At the other end of the C-Class range is the C63 AMG with a thundering 451-horsepower V-8. What all of these baby Benzes have in common, though, are the quality craftsmanship and driving ability for which Mercedes-Benz vehicles are known.

8.  Lexus IS Review

 Lexus IS Review

Roughly 10 years after its initial launch, Lexus’ IS still struggles – at least in many markets – for its footing in the sport-sedan section. And although it is in the seventh year of its second generation, and while offering V6 and V8 powertrains, capable suspension and a niche-oriented hardtop convertible, the IS rarely gets a state when the media or community discusses sport sedans. In the majority metro markets, the 3 Series BMW, A4 Audi and, to a lesser extent, the Infiniti G37 is ubiquitous, while the Lexus IS (in any variant) goes about its business almost in disguise. That shouldn’t deter the sport-sedan prospect, however, from test driving an IS 250, IS 350 or IS F. presentation is crisp, styling is beautiful and long-term reliability is well ahead of the German competition.

9.  Buick LaCrosse Review

 Buick LaCrosse Review

When Buick’s all-new LaCrosse debuted for 2010, it was praised for external and interior

Design and refinement and has sold well as a result. Now, for the 2012 Buick LaCrosse eAssist, comes the first application of GM’s energy-efficient eAssist “mild hybrid” knowledge as the standard LaCrosse powertrain. Essentially a major upgrade to the system offered in some 2007-09 GM vehicles, eAssist couples a small motor-generator to a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine to provide power assist for launch and hastening, along with regenerative braking, which morphs the motor into a manufacturer during deceleration to replenish the battery.

10.  Hyundai Genesis Review

 Hyundai Genesis Review

Defying the critics, Hyundai has successfully created a line of high-end presentation luxury sedans that are gaining traction with the public. A prime example is the 2012 Hyundai Genesis sedan, a influential, well-equipped, midsize luxury 4-door sedan. On paper it is every bit the equal (and, in some cases, the better) of alike models from Mercedes Benz, Lexus, Acura and BMW. However, the 2012 Hyundai Genesis sedan is priced more in line with vehicles such as the Chrysler 300, Nissan Maxima and Volkswagen CC. Many owners believe the 2012 Hyundai Genesis car more upscale than these near-luxury makes. A look at the normal and available content might convince you they’re right. With power supplied by a choice of thrifty V6 or two potent V8s, including a new 5.0-liter model with 429 horsepower, the rear-wheel drive Hyundai Genesis sedan is set to drive Hyundai to places the brand has never been, and customers to savings they’ve hardly ever known before.

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CH-Auto’s Lithia EV Sports Car models

April 27, 2012 in Electric cars, Luxurious cars, Motor Show, Motor sports by admin

CH-Auto is an automotive R&D service company in china, recently revealed its Electric sports car called Lithia. The fashioned model that makes with a clue of Audi R8 on its sketch creates use of an electric motor feed by a lithium-ion battery, said to offer a maximum driving range of around 150 kilometers (93 miles).

LITHIA Electric sports car

There is a specified sports car that the designers of CH-Auto were dreaming before, they designing the Lithia. CH Auto assists automakers manufacture cars for sale in China, from plan through to manufacturing – part of Darancou’s brief is to make sure those two sections work jointly.


Back View:

Lithia Electric Sports car

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