10 Cars To Watch In The Next 24 Months

28 05 2013

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Cars – Logo/Country Of Origin/Founded Date – Part 1

Cars – Logo/Country Of Origin/Founded Date – Part 2

Here are some photos of beautiful cars that will be in the market soon.

Name: Ford F-150 
Will be released on 2014. Ford can’t afford to let the F-series franchise grow stale.

Ford F-150

Ford F-150

Name: Acura NSX 
Will be released on 2015. Acura needs a performance halo car–even more so now than when the original NSX debuted back in 1990.

Acura NSX

Acura NSX

Name: BMW M3/M4
Will be released on 2014 (coupe, sedan), early 2015 (convertible). The M3 is an icon for BMW, which makes the name change for the two-doors tricky business.

BMW M3/M4

BMW M3/M4

Name: Porsche 918 Spyder
Will be released late 2013. The dream of a latter-day Carrera GT was too strong to deny. Why 918? 918 isn’t just the model designation, it’s also the production start date (9/18/2013) and the build quantity: 918 units.

Porsche 918 Spyder

Porsche 918 Spyder

Name: Buick Riviera
Will be released late 2015. Buick needs a flagship to solidify its premium-brand credentials, and the name Riviera still has cachet.

Buick Riviera

Buick Riviera

Name: Bentley Falcon
Will be released on 2015. Because no luxury brand can resist the siren’s call of the SUV.

Bentley Falcon

Bentley Falcon

Name: Ford Mustang
Will be released early 2014. Fifty years after the Mustang’s blockbuster debut, expect Ford to set off some fireworks around the 2015 model.

Ford Mastang

Ford Mustang

Name: Jaguar F-type coupe
Will be released on 2014. Jaguar’s new sports car would miss half the market without a hardtop, which should be an even more focused driver’s car.

Jaguar F-type coupe

Jaguar F-type coupe

Name: Mercedes-Benz SLC AMG
Will be released late 2014. Like so many others, Mercedes-Benz wants a Porsche 911 competitor, and neither the SL nor the SLS hits that target.

Mercedes-Benz SLC AMG

Mercedes-Benz SLC AMG

Name: Maserati Ghibli
Will be released late 2013. Why: Maserati needs a sedan in this volume segment if it’s ever to become more than a bit player among luxury brands.

Maserati Ghibli

Maserati Ghibli

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