10. Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT 2014:
The improvements for the 2014 model include a totally new 8-speed gearbox that delivers better fuel economy, better towing capacity, and new programming that enhances the sporty driving experience. On the outside, the new 2014 Grand Cherokee SRT introduces a more aggressive design. The design improvements include new LED headlights, a larger grille, a new tailgate, and new rear wing.
9. Nissan Resonance Concept 2013:
With its futuristic, aerodynamic, and bold style and a hybrid-electric powertrain efficient on fuel consumption, the Nissan Resonance concept vehicle proposes a new dynamic and cutting-edge design, which once again leads the trend of the crossovers category. The Nissan concept made its debut at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. Although it is perceived as a concept of global relevance, the Resonance SUV was created by Nissan Design America in San Diego, CA, under the direction of Shiro Nakamura, senior vice president and creative director of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. Find other nice pictures of the Resonance here and here.
8. Lincoln MKC concept 2013:
Lincoln has been enough concerned about the design of the MKC since surely they will take it as a basis for all the new models that we will see in the coming years. It features a continuously illuminated rear and an artisanal appearance that expresses the essence of the brand. This is possible thanks to a lift gate design with a cutting line in the side view, showing how the design and engineering teams have worked together to offer customer-centric solutions. More pictures of the MKC here and here.
7. Hyundai HCD-14 Genesis Concept 2013:
Hyundai unveiled its direction as far as design for future luxury vehicles with its Genesis HCD-14 concept at the Detroit Auto Show. The Genesis HCD-14 imparts an accuracy of fluency as well as a language design of liquid metal. The quality of craft skill is accomplished through the surfaces designed like it they were gemstones. The Genesis HCD-14 boasts the Tau V8 engine of Hyundai, which displaces 5.0 liters, with direct fuel injection and Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing, for impressive power, low emissions, and superb efficiency. Check other amazing pictures of the Hyundai HCD-14 interior here and here.
6. Infiniti Q50 Concept 2014:
The Q50 is basically the new G sedan, starting with a restructuring that Infiniti has sought for several years which finally it seems they are finding and applying. It is also important to note that this will be the second hybrid model of the brand. During its release in North America will have available two power plants, an amount that will grow in other markets throughout the year. The main engine will be a 3.7-liter V6 with 328 horsepower made entirely of aluminum with technology like control variable valve timing. Find more awesome photos of this Infiniti Q50 2014 here and here (interior)
5. Acura NSX Concept 2013:
Acura introduced the new NSX prototype with several differences from the one they showed the last time. This time Acura exhibited a version much closer to what will be the production car that will go on sale, in theory, later this year as a 2014 model. The NSX will have a hybrid power plant with a V6 engine. Acura says that the combination of the gasoline engine with the electric one will help it get the performance of true super sports with the performance of a family car.
4. Ford Atlas Concept 2013:
Ford introduced the Ford Atlas Concept showing the design, capacity, fuel efficiency, and smart technologies that will define the future trucks. The Ford Atlas Concept is inspired by decades of listening to customers at the places where they work and play. The result is design-driven with purpose, with prominent wheel arches, a wide stance, and chiseled grills all to reinforce its functional Built Ford Tough image. Ford Atlas Interior image
3. Nissan Versa Note 2014:
The all-new family member, Versa the Note 2014, made its debut in Detroit. This model will be manufactured at the Aguascalientes plant I, whose production and marketing will begin in the second half of this year. It has the most innovative design of its segment, the most advanced technology, and efficient fuel consumption, among other features. This new vehicle will complement the Versa lineup and will give a new dimension to affordable family cars with great technology.
2. Cadillac ELR 2014:
The ELR fulfills the promise of the Converj Concept. The exterior sets a new and progressive ratio for the brand, while the interior features a new design theme that will define to future Cadillac models, emphasizing elegance, technology, and carefully crafted details. The industry-leading technology, Extended Range Electric Vehicle (EREV), offers a driving range of over 300 miles, combining pure electric driving and an efficient generator of range extension.
1. Corvette C7 Stingray 2014:
This is the base model more powerful than has been of the Corvette, with an estimated 450 horsepower. It is also the most capable standard model, accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in under four seconds and reaching more than 1g during cornering grip. The Corvette Stingray 2014 will be on sale during the 3rd semester of 2013 in the United States.
Which one do you prefer? If you had the money and the opportunity to buy one of these new cars, which would it be?
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