In a bid to build loyalty and loyalty-boosting sales from their dealerships, many car manufacturers are investing in the development of new sports car concepts.
Here’s a quick guide to get you started.
The Nissan Skyline The Nissan logo adorns the exterior of the Skyline SUV, a four-door, two-seater sedan with a 6.3-litre V8 engine, powered by a petrol-electric hybrid system.
The Skyline, which was unveiled in November, was the first Nissan vehicle to use an electric powertrain and has since become one of the most popular vehicles in the world.
Porsche Panamera The Porsche Panameras flagship model was introduced in 2007 and has been one of Porsche’s most popular models.
It features a large and powerful 4.0-litres V8 diesel engine and features a range of powertrains from the petrol-powered V6 to the all-electric S4.
Porsche has also been busy developing the next generation of the Panamera, which will come with a new platform, a turbocharged 3.0L V8 petrol engine and a range-topping petrol motor.
The Panamera S has been unveiled and is due to hit the market in 2021.
Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class The Mercedes-Benzes CLA-class sedan is the successor to the Mercedes-AMG C-Class.
The CLA-classes flagship model is the CLS-Class and is expected to arrive in 2020.
The Mercedes CLA-C is the top-of-the-range version of the Mercedes CLA.
Bentley Bentayga Bentley’s Bentley Bentaysa sports coupe and the Bentaygasque SUV were launched in 2016 and the first two models were priced at £37,500 and £37.5,000 respectively.
The new Bentley BentAYgas are expected to be available in 2020 and the new Bentley Cylinder White model will arrive later in the year.
Volvo V80 V60 The Volvo V60 is the first SUV ever to feature a turbocharging system, making it one of only two SUV’s in the automotive industry to have a turbocharger.
This new version of Volvo’s V80 has been designed for the Volvo Group, the Swedish carmaker’s parent company.
The V60 has been engineered to deliver power to the front wheels from a turbo-charging system that uses two diesel generators.
Lexus RX100 The RX100 was introduced by Lexus in 2010 and is the second car in the RX family, the first being the RX500.
The RX is a luxury crossover SUV and the RX100 is expected in 2020 as the second generation of Lexus’ RX family.
Nissan Titan Concept The Nissan Titan concept was unveiled at the Tokyo Auto Show in 2020, and was designed to be the first car with a fully electric drivetrain.
The Titan Concept is expected for 2020.
Porsche 911 Carrera GT The 911 Carraigas flagship is the Porsche 911 GT3 RS.
It’s based on the 919 GT, but the 993-based 911 Carrasco is now the GT3’s closest rival.
The 996-based 991 Carrera is expected.
Mercedes Benz S-Class Coupe The S-class Coupe is the most powerful luxury sedan in the industry.
It is also the world’s fastest production car.
The SClass is also available with a 4.8-litry turbocharged V6 engine, making its engine the world second-fastest production engine, after the 918.
Cadillac CTS-V The CTS is the only supercar in the car world that has a V8 and an electric motor.
It has a 5.7-litrevved V8 powered by two electric motors and is available in three trim levels – Standard, Touring and Sports – for £43,000.
Honda Fit EV The Fit EV is an all-wheel drive electric vehicle that is expected later this year.
Porsche Cayenne Turbo The Porsche Cayne Turbo is the company’s flagship SUV and is based on an all new Cayenne SUV.
It was unveiled last year.
Lexuses F-Series Coupe Lexus will continue to develop its F-series SUV line with the F-Lite, which is expected from 2020.
Porsche Macan The Macan was introduced with the launch of the 911 Carreras, the company was one of a few that were able to test the Cayenne at the Frankfurt Auto Show.
It also came with a turbo V8, and the Cayanne Turbo was the fastest production vehicle ever built.
Aston Martin DB9 Aston Martin unveiled its DB9 sports car at the Geneva Motor Show last year, and its new DB9 has a turbo powered V6 petrol