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The 5 hottest cars to expect in 2017.



Certainly, mobility is not luxury. 2017 definitely will be a fascinating year for the display of powerful cars with distinguishing designs from cars modeled in previous years. We will take a look at the 5 hottest cars that will tell technological stories in 2017.

1. Alfa Romeo Giulia


This car will come in Italian styling with aluminum 2.0 liter. It has 276 HP turbocharged four cylinder engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission that affords a 0-60 mph launch in around 5.5 seconds. it all- wheel drive with low center of gravity.

2. Aston-Martin DB11

This may interest the lovers of James Bond's movies because Aston-Martin is a company that gives him what he wants when it comes to automobile.
This car has a 5.2-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine, 660 hp, Electric power steering, torque vectoring, and an adjustable suspension. Other features include auto-park assist function and a 360-degree birds-eye-view camera.

3. Chevrolet Bolt

Chevrolet Bolt is a subcompact hatchback that promises as much as 200 miles on a charge from its 60 kWh battery system.
The car's rearview mirror is actually a LED screen that displays an unobstructed wide-angle rearward view, it can also change to normal mirror if so desired. The maximum speed of this car is upto 91 mph.

4. Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

The features are Corvette Z06’s 6.2-liter 640-hp supercharged V8 engine and a six-speed manual transmission. Some other features of this car include General Motors’ Magnetic Ride Control suspension, Performance Traction Management, electronic limited-slip differential, Custom Launch Control, and a Driver Mode Selector.

5. Genesis G90

This Hyundai Genesis is one of a kind. It has 3.3-liter 365-hp twin-turbocharged V6, or the
Equus’ 5.0-liter 420-hp V8. An eight-speed automatic transmission is standard with all-wheel-drive optional that includes a sport mode with as much as a 90 percent rear-axle bias for a sporty feel.


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