TOP 5 Cars we’re looking forward to in 2015
McLaren is at it again; this time they’ve combined the aesthetics of their flagship P1 model and the chassis of the Mp4-12c. A truly stunning car in person, this car’s goal is to overthrow the 458 Speciale as king of the track. Whether or not it succeeds in doing so does not matter to us. This car is a true racing machine, powered by a 641 HP 3.8 litre twin turbo V8, it’ll let its lucky owners understand why McLaren has always been at the top of its game.
Interested in buying one, it’ll set you back $325,000.
Ferrari California T
Looks like 2015 is the year of blue cars. Ferrari is back with its California replacement. Our say on it: we love it. The California T replaces its less aesthetically pleasing sister by dropping its weight down, upgrading to a turbo charged 3.8 litre V8 and increasing its horsepower to 560. Tough choice for potential convertible buyers, they now have to choose between this GT daily driver and the rocket like 458 Spider. But here we like all things luxurious, so why not have both in the garage?
Call up your local dealer if you wish to spend a little bit over $200,000, as orders are already fully booked.
Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4
Frank Sinatra drove a Miura. They don’t make the Miura anymore. Buy the Huracan. Once again, Lamborghini proves to the world that owning a yellow/green/orange car only makes you cooler. This raging bull will do 0-60 in 3.2 seconds thanks to its 5.2L V10 engine. Replacing the now mythic Gallardo, the new Huracan is only getting started. Watch me interviewing the CEO of Lamborghini below and get inspired to buy one.
Price is reportedly around $275,000.
Mercedes SLS GT Final Edition
Didn’t get a chance to buy the SLS, the SLS GT, or the SLS Black Series? Now’s your chance to grab the last edition of Mercedes’ epic revival of the Gullwing classic. With only 350 models to be made, Mercedes is allowing a few lucky people to enjoy a 591 HP pocket rocket. Available in only two colour choices, matte grey and two tone red and black, the final edition is the best way to wave farewell to this beautiful machine.
Price is expected to be a little over $202,000.
Jaguar F-Type Coupe
I apologise on behalf of everyone who’s ever criticised Jaguar. This beautiful and elegant sports car had everyone confused when Jaguar revealed the first concept images. Would it be a $200k prototype that would never see the day, or was Jaguar going mad? Looks like Jaguar went mad indeed and released the best car money can buy. This 550 HP 5.0L V8 sports car will speed you up from 0 to 60 in 4 little seconds while keeping your suit nice and sleek looking.
Yours for only $65,000. No that’s not a typo.