From the budget-friendly V8-toting Ford Mustang to the open-top 197mph Audi R8 Spyder, numerous rides grabbed the interest of car connoisseurs throughout the world. But the introductions don’t seem to stop, if you’re wanting to have the potential to get your hands on one of these luxurious cars you might benefit greater when using an interstate car shipping company, meaning you can get your new car delivered to you, with no miles on the clock! With cars that take luxury to new levels, the year 2017 will have no scarcity of ways for petrolheads to spoil. Here are 5 of the models that you will be most excited to see on the roads in 2017.
The beautiful Aperta promises of the same outstanding performance as that of the regular LaFerrari but with an open-air design. There will be only 209 copies of this luxury car of which 200 will be sold to regular people and 9 will be kept by the company to display on 2017 events as the company will be celebrating its 70th anniversary!
Ford has granted 500 lucky motorists to buy a GT in 2017! With a totally new design this GT will be introduced as a 2017 model and has some of the most exotic highlights like twin-turbo mid-engine 3.5L V-6 making over 600 hp, active aerodynamics, carbon-fiber built and body panels and a dual-clutch, 7-speed automatic!
Smaller, sharper and cheaper than its cousin, GranTurismo, Maserati Alfieri is a 2+2 coupe that has a key role in carving out a niche between Ferrari and Alfa Romeo. Named after one of the three Maserati brothers, who started their factory back in 1914, the Alfieri is ready to give a tough fight to the Mercedes-AMG GT, the Porsche 911 and the Jaguar F-type.
Rightly named after a beautiful pass in the Italian Alps, the Stelvio is indeed designed for carving up mountains and valleys! Paired with an 8-speed all-wheel, automatic drive, its turbo 2.0L four makes 280 hp and is supported by a 2.9L 505hp turbo V-6 for more power.
Mercedes has finally introduced the convertible version of the AMG GT. The SLS, the predecessor of Mercedes AMG GT was introduced as a roadster and the automaker has a long history of introducing open sports cars. In fact, the AMG GT was all ready for production some years ago, though its launch was held back as the company thought it would hurt the sale of the Mercedes Benz SL. But now, you can have the AMG GT roadster and its wilder version, the AMG GT C roadster. The AMG GT with its roof eliminated has other highlights like a muscular, compact rear end, the low profile and a long hood.