2017 was an amazing year for cars, But 2018 looks alot better...and faster. Here's a list of our top picks on the most anticipated cars coming out this year.
1 - Porsche 911 Carrera T
The Carrera T is yet another 911 variant, but this entry level Carrera is light and comes with the right amount of extras. Like the original 1968 Carrera T, the new model's claim to fame is by being the lightest 911 in the Carrera line-up. The engine is the same 3.0 liter twin-turbo flat-six that's in the current 911 Carrera, which means it has 370 horsepower and 339 lb.-ft. of torque. With the standard seven-speed manual, it gets to 100km/h in 4.3 seconds and a top speed of 293km/h. Dubbed as Pure, this is one car we know is going to be a alot of fun.
2 - Jeep Wrangler
With the current JK Generation running for 10 years straight, Jeep has brought us a New Generation "JL" for 2018 with lots of updated options and tech such as a "Sky On-touch" power top system that always the canopy of he roof to scroll back automatically, Updated Windshield that folds down by only turning 4 bolts, A hugely improved interior and much more. Clearly evident that the 2018 Wrangler didn't get any softer but just a whole lot better.
3 - BMW 3-Series
Not much has been out about the next up-coming 3-Series. Internally called "G20", the new 3-series will roll BMW's new longitudinal-engine platfrom, internally dubbed CLAR, which stands for "cluster architecture." It's lighter than the outgoing model by a good 150pounds. The new 3 Series could also become the first generation of the model to receive a purely electric power train. We dont know much more about the up-coming 3-series, but knowing BMW we're sure its going to be good.
4 - Toyota Supra
After what feels like an eternity, toyota will finally bring the most iconic japanese sports car back in 2018. With Toyota's ancient inline-sixes long gone, we know it might be powered by BMW turbo power engine, of both the four-cylinder and six-cylinder variety. Toyota & BMW came to an agreement according to which both automakers profit. Toyota will get BMW's transmission and engines while the german automaker will get a more affordable platform upon which to build their next-gen BMW Z4.
5 - Corvette ZR1
Its the most powerful production car Chevrolet has ever made, and probably the meanest-looking. With a hand-built - 6.2L - LT5 supercharged v8 engine exclusive only to the zr1 making 755hp. Its more powerful than a McLaren 720S (with 710hp) and a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat (with 707hp). Chevrolet says the car can exceed 210mph, putting it in supercar territory and peaking our Nerd-o-meter.
6 - Lamborghini Urus
Lamborghini finally revealed it's second SUV in history. The road-oriented vehicle has a twin-turbo charged V8 pushing 641hp and having the highest claimed topspeed of any SUV. Though its on par with the mighty Dodge Trackhawk in acceleration, Lamborghini claims the Urus has the best weight-to-power ratio of any SUV on the market.