These five cars represent the greatest high-end automotive advancements of 2011:
Both i8 and i3, 4-seaters, push the boundaries of design and technology with advanced drivetrains and breakthrough carbon fiber bodies that shave weight to improve performance and mileage.
The more conventional i8 will have a 3.0 liter six-cylinder engine with a parallel electric motor to provide 349 horsepower. Using lightweight carbon fiber, the reduced weight allows the car to reach 60mph in a numbing 4.6 second.
Top Gear magazine has officially named the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque its Car Of The Year for 2011 after snagging top honors in the SUV category.
Ferrari’s unprecedented FF marks a startling new direction for the Italian automaker. The first all-wheel-drive Ferrari is also the first factory shooting brake.
Lamborghini presented the replace of Murcielago: Aventador LP-700. The new supercar of the famous Italian mark, posts a breathtaking air fighter design, equipped with 700 horses
The all-new Mercedes-Benz 2013 SL Lightweight, athletic, luxurious, continues a tradition that began 60 years ago. For six decades the letters “SL” have been synonymous with a blend of sport, style and comfort – infused with groundbreaking innovation. For the first time, the SL is being produced almost entirely from aluminum and weighs as much as 308 pounds less than its predecessor.