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14 September 2016

Upcoming super cars of 2017 and 2018

It's so much interesting thing that car manufacturers from all over the world takes a forward step to make world more closer with the new inventions of automotive technologies. As taking this point in current generation super car is not just enough but if we using hyper car it'll be batter for it.
some cars like this will be available in market as soon as possible such as..



Aston Martin Red Bull hypercar

The car has been announced as a collaboration between Aston Martin and the Red Bull F-1 racing team. It’s expected to have a $3 million price tag and be available as a limited edition. It will go on sale in the year of 2017.

Aston Martin Rapide

The four-door Rapide gets a plug-in electric motor next year.

Ferrari GTC4Lusso

When it decided to freshen its FF four-seat grand tourer, Ferrari renamed it the GTC4Lusso. Rear-wheel steering was added to boost the appeal of a model launched five years ago as a practical ultraluxury sports car aimed at wealthy families. The GTC4Lusso will arrive in U.S. this fall, starting at approximately $300,0000. Along with a more powerful engine and exterior design tweaks aimed at giving it a more streamlined look, Ferrari has integrated the rear-wheel steering into the GTC4Lusso’s four-wheel-drive system to improve high-speed stability and cornering maneuverability. The model has the same 6.3-liter V-12 engine as the FF, but horsepower has been increased by 30 hp to 680 hp.

Aston Martin DBX

The crossover is expected to go on sale in 2020, initially as a plug-in hybrid, followed by gasoline- and electric-powered models. The DBX will be built in a new factory in Wales; several thousand units will be built annually.

Aston Martin Lagonda

The sedan will move upmarket as the most expensive production Aston Martin four-door when it is redesigned in 2020 or 2021. It is expected to use a version of the DB11 platform. Aston Martin is aiming at Rolls-Royce with the Lagonda, but with a more performance-oriented vehicle. The Lagonda also may be assembled in the new Wales factory. 

Aston Martin Vantage

The redesigned coupe and convertible are expected next year. The engine will be a twin-turbocharged, 4.0-liter V-8 from Mercedes-Benz’s AMG high-performance arm. The Vantage is expected to have styling similar to the larger DB11.

Aston Martin DB11

A Volante, Aston’s designation for convertible, is expected in 2017.

Bentley Continental GTC

All three Continental models — the GT coupe, GTC convertible and Flying Spur sedan — will be redesigned and move to a Volkswagen Group platform shared with the Porsche Panamera. The redesigned GT coupe and GTC convertible are expected next year, followed by the Flying Spur sedan in 2018.

Bentley Bentayga

 A coupelike variant is being considered. There are reports that it would be smaller than the Bentayga.  

Bentley Continental Flying Spur

All three Continental models — the GT coupe, GTC convertible and Flying Spur sedan — will be redesigned and move to a Volkswagen Group platform shared with the Porsche Panamera. The redesigned GT coupe and GTC convertible are expected next year, followed by the Flying Spur sedan in 2018.

Bentley Sports car

A new two-seat coupe smaller and lower than the Continental GT is not yet approved. The sports car would be similar to the EXP 10 Speed 6 concept shown in 2015 at the Geneva auto show. If approved, it could go on sale in two years.

Bentley Mulsanne

The Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase goes on sale in the United States in the first quarter of 2017. The front end has been modified, and the Mulsanne and Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase get semiautonomous features including forward-collision warning and mitigation, adaptive cruise control and blind-spot warning, as well as improved Wi-Fi and entertainment features that allow use of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Bentley Continental GT

All three Continental models — the GT coupe, GTC convertible and Flying Spur sedan — will be redesigned and move to a Volkswagen Group platform shared with the Porsche Panamera. The redesigned GT coupe and GTC convertible are expected next year, followed by the Flying Spur sedan in 2018.

Ferrari 488 GTB

 The replacement for the 458 Italia coupe arrives in the U.S. this fall, starting at $252,800. In late 2017 or early 2018, Ferrari could add the Speciale variant, which will be more powerful and lighter than the standard model, which is equipped with a new twin-turbo 3.9-liter V-8 engine delivering 661 hp.

Ferrari Dino

Ferrari still is considering adding a V-6 model that will produce 500 hp, but the new model does not yet have a fixed time frame or name. The model, dubbed Dino in Italy, refers to one of Ferrari’s most iconic names that was used on V-6 and V-8-powered entry-level models in the ’60s and ’70s.

Ferrari California T

Ferrari’s 2+2 convertible will be re-engineered in late 2017 or early 2018 and will continue to offer a twin-turbo V-8 engine.

Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

The V-12-powered two-seater will be freshened in 2017, keeping a normally aspirated engine expected to deliver over 700 hp. Last fall, Ferrari unveiled a limited-edition F12 variant called the F12TDF, as an homage to the Tour de France, a famous endurance race on public roads held in the 1950s and ’60s. The company built 799 units of the TDF, whose engine output had topped to 769 hp.

Maserati GranTurismo

Production of the current GranTurismo coupe and convertible was extended to the end of 2017, possibly early 2018. Thus a redesign of the four-seat coupe won’t go on sale before the second half of 2018.The GranTurismo convertible could be redesigned a year later.

Lamborghini Centenario

The limited-edition Centenario models will be produced and restricted to a run of 40 units — 20 coupes and 20 convertibles. The cars mark the 100-year anniversary of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini’s birth. They are based on the midengine Aventador coupe and powered by a 6.5-liter V-12 engine with horsepower upgraded to 770 from 690. The $2 million coupe goes on sale in the fourth quarter, and the $2.3 million roadster arrives in 2017.

Lamborghini Urus

Lamborghini previewed its new SUV with the Urus concept, shown in Pebble Beach, California. Lamborghini’s first crossover will go on sale in 2018. It will use the Audi Q7 platform and possibly the Huracan’s V-10 gasoline engine.

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