Every year new car models are out with their respective unique function and design. Some types are forgotten while others leave a lasting impression as it stays in the memories of car owners and enthusiasts alike. 2015 was an excellent year for car owners especially since a variety of new car models are in several showrooms and other press events. For your consideration, the following are some new 2016 vehicle reviews from some of the most well-known names in the business.
With that being said, 2015 is almost over as we prepare ourselves for the coming year ahead of us. It means a new line up of cars is in development, and we might be able to see them earlier this fall. For those who are still undecided, you still have a lot of time left on your hands as a bunch of cars is also coming this fall as well as in 2016.
Audi TT Sportback
This model has been in the works since 2014 and will finally be on sale next year. It presents a family friendly four-seater TT with a boot. Furthermore, if you’re looking for roomy back seats or a lot of legroom, the increased length in the body and wheelbase provide these features.
The Acura NSX is a hybrid machine that first broke cover in January, during the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. The new model is a twin-turbocharge, sport-hybrid, all-wheel-drive sports car in aluminum, carbon-fiber, and high-strength steel. The scheduled release is sometime in 2016.
Bentley Grand Convertible
It’s the most elegant new open-top car ever by Bentley. Powered by a 530bhp twin-turbo V8, this Grand Convertible features an elegant interior that has supremely luxurious seating.
Talk about luxury sports sedan! The CT6 introduces the company’s new naming convention for cars, completely reinventing the prestige car with the first-ever CT6 Sedan. The model debuted with new powertrain while showcasing an entirely new, lightweight vehicle architecture. It gave a superb driving experience and will be with an available 3.0L V6 Twin-Turbo engine.
2016 Ford GT
The 2016 Ford GT model has a mid-engine twin-turbo V-6 EcoBoost turbo engine with around 600 hp. It boasts of full carbon-fiber construction with body panels, and active aerodynamics. The GT demonstrates the best of Ford’s engines. With that being said, this particular model will be very exclusive with a production to just 250 models and a production run of three to four years.
Smaller and lighter than its predecessor, the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro offers a suite of performance and connective technologies with their sculpted dashboard that provides contemporary control. Choose between turbocharged 4-cylinder, V6, and V8 engines matched to manual or automatic transmissions which will be available at launch.
Honda continues to produce its eco-friendly future using hydrogen fuel cells boasting 60-percent greater power density. Also, the FCV uses a compact fuel cell, allowing for a more spacious interior with a short 3 to 5 minute refueling time with an estimated driving range of more than 300 miles.
Some models are still in development while the remainder are now only waiting for their release date. You can find further information and highlights about them in Car and Driver magazine.