Another year and another amazing lineup of exotic and luxury cars from automakers from all over the world. Whether you’re interested in precision German engineering, raw Swedish power or American muscle, the 2017 Exotic Car Buyers Guide lays out all of the cars that will be hitting showrooms floors and boutqiues in the coming year.
Along with the new cars, you’ll also be able to find the latest technological innovations, gear and more in the automotive industry. Be sure to click the button below to order your copy of the Exotic Car Buyers Guide and see what the next year has in store for the automotive world.
Lamborghini Centenario Roadster
The exterior is finished in a specially developed paint by Lamborghini called “Argento Centenario,” a matte finish that was created through a process that dissolves “the metal while diluting and diminishing the appearance of the metal grain giving it a silky and rich exterior finish. Inside is a cabin that has been optimized for a top-down drive.
Mercedes-AMG GT R
The new Mercedes GT R combines lightweight construction with modified suspension and new aerodynamics, which results in superior performance and an edge in handling. Finished in the exclusive AMG green hell magno, the GT R is sure to stand out in a crowd. Further modifications include wider front and rear fenders and a large rear aerofoil and more. Mercedes AMG GT S For Sale
This new production model of the Acura NSX is powered by a twin-turbocharged V6 engine mated to a nine-speed dual clutch transmission. The NSX also receives power from an all-new, three electric motor Sport Hybrid (SH) system. The front wheels receive power or braking from two electric motors while the third is inside the rear mounted transmission.
The car itself holds a unique visual appearance, which was crafted out of an aluminum space frame and carbon fiber body panels. For the driver and passenger, a cabin awaits them that is most definitely driver-oriented. To differentiate the two seats is a color coordinated interior made of leather and ultra-suede.
Porsche 911 R
The 911 series keeps adding hitters and the Porsche 911 R is no exception. The 911 R’s history begins in 1967 and the race car was “entered in rallies, in the Targa Florio and in world record runs,” according to a press release. The new 911 R will keep the racing tradition alive and is composed of a “systematic lightweight construction” coupled with high-level performance and a focus on driver experience. Porsche 911 For Sale