If you’re all cashed up and eagerly awaiting the best buys of the last decade, this is your guide as to what you should wait for in the next few years .. specifically between 2016 to 2019 !
In no particular order, the best buy Super Sports Cars worth waiting for are ;
2017 Ford GT
ford has definitely made all the right moves with this version of the Ford GT ! Once known as the Ford GT40, because it stood 40 inches tall, the 2017 Ford GT stands to honor the golden anniversary of its historic 1-2-3 sweep at Le Mans in 1966 with a modern interpretation of the winning GT40. the 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine may be disappointing to some GT40 V8 die-hards, however with 650 horsepower on tap, it’s certainly no performance slouch!
2. 2016 Mclaren P14 Supercar
It seems there is no end to the derivatives and various versions of the Mclaren Supercar! And why should there be? The P14 will use a development of the MonoCell carbon-fiber tub and be powered by a re-tuned version of the proven 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V-8. This means the P14 will probably target 680 horsepower if it’s competitive relationship with Ferrari is anything to go by.
3. 2019 Lamborghini Asterion
Following from other Super Car examples, the Asterion also confirms hybrid systems are certainly appropriate kit for supercars. With 900 horse power on tap, the 2019 Asterion is most certainly a Hybridized Pocket Rocket!
4. 2016 ford Focus
Standing more muscular than a Focus ST, the Focus RS uses a re-tuned version of the Lincoln MKC’s 2.3-liter EcoBoost four cylinder engine with a low-inertia turbocharger to make 340 horsepower (although Ford are communicating an under spec’d figure of 315). The Focus RS will only be available in a six-speed manual as there’s never been an automatic Focus RS, and Ford has no plans to offer one now. With a spec like that, this little hatch is set to be Ford’s hottest hatch ever when it goes on sale early in 2016 with a tag of around $35,000.
5. 2017 Maserati Alfieri
Named after one of the three Maserati brothers who founded the company in 1914, the Alfieri will compete against the Jaguar F-type, the Mercedes-AMG GT, and the Porsche 911 with a starting price around $100,000. Built from a mix of steel and aluminum, and sharing key parts of its structure with the next GranTurismo the Alfieri will be distinguished with other coupes with $30,000 between their base prices and a 9.4-inch difference in wheelbases. A cabriolet is also guaranteed, likely arriving a year after the coupe to take the 520 horsepower car to the top of the Super Car rankings.
6. 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Zora ZR1
This is it! The mid-engined Corvette that GM has promised for about 50 years and finally delivered. With nothing little at all about this Red Corvette, the Zora ZR1 version of the C8 is expected to have a supercharged small-block V-8 with over 700 horsepower to please the Chevy Fans.
7. 2017 Bugatti Chiron
The debate with Koenigsegg and Hennessey aside, the 258-mph Veyron 16.4 Super Sport currently wears the crown of fastest production car, however its younger brother, the 2017 Chiron, named for Monaco-born racer Louis Chiron, is expected to surpass it’s sibling at a to speed of 288 mph, with enough room to over run of course!
8. 2017 Mercedes Benz C Class
Whilst everyone gets over the depression caused by the passing of the mighty C63 AMG Black Series, the last of the Monster Mercs, the 2017 C Class brings back some hope. In continuing the race chase against the BMW 4-series, the 2017 C Class Merc is expected to have 503-hp on tap from it’s 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 !
9. 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Track Hawk
Dodge now claims exclusive rights to the SRT badge, but the Jeep Grand Cherokee is currently the bestselling vehicle to wear it. FCA isn’t about to shut down its hot-rod-Jeep money mint, so the high-performance Grand Cherokee will now be known as the Trackhawk ! Paired with four-wheel drive, the 6.2-liter’s 707 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque guarantee the Grand Cherokee can get to 60 mph in less than four seconds.
10. 2016 Ferrari 488GTB
As great as the 458 still is, it’s about to become the oldest car in its profoundly fashion-conscious segment. The revised styling will keep it fresh for several more years, while the turbocharged 488’s power hike and aerodynamic improvements will make it quicker. Speed never goes out of style.