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Tesla Model X
With falcon wings for doors and its sleek design, there’s no doubt that the Tesla Model X will be a car that all car enthusiasts will be looking to buy come to 2015.
Acura is planning to reincarnate the NSX, and many car experts think they will in a major way. With an expected base price of $110,000, the car looks sleek enough to be the automaker’s saving grace. The 2015 NSX is expected to feature hybrid technology, sporting a 3.7-liter V-6 engine with 2 electric motors that will handle the front wheels, and a rear motor that gives the car its 480 horsepower.
The executives at Acura have made some bold predictions about the new Hybrid version of the NSX, claiming that it could put many of the pure-blooded sports cars to shame. With a relatively affordable price tag, this car may very well put Acura back on the map.
Bentley has finally made decision to offer its clientele an SUV. It should come as no surprise that Bentley is finally going down this route, as their current head of engineering is the same individual that brought the Cayenne to Porsche.
If there is one thing that a Bentley SUV will have, it is luxury. The automaker is branding it a luxury performance SUV that may even be able to go off-road. The Falcon is expected to feature a base cost of $200,000. While the SUV may be an attractive option for current Bentley owners looking for a combination of luxury, performance, and utility, the target customer will most certainly be current owners of Range Rovers, Cayennes, and other luxury SUVs.