Many car brands design and produce their new car for market 2015. Collected here are the details of ten brand’s 2015 model lineup recommend for you. Each band’s car will have a simple introduction. In most cases, each brand has been given its own page if enough time allow, all of which are linked below. Also, if your have more useful info, please contact to us. We will supplement our post. Thank you here first. Now go forth and soak up some knowledge—it’s going to be an exciting year.
1.Audi S3 Sedan
- Subtlety and patience are blessed by many yet shunned by others; it is this latter group for whom Aston Martin’s V-12 Vantage S exists. Aston’s CEO, Ulrich Bez, who knows his way around the Nürburgring’s Nordschleife, calls the S “extreme in its nature” and “brutal.” He points out it is not a car to drive from New York to San Diego. Unless, that is, you are stopping at Watkins Glen, VIR, Mid-Ohio, Road America, and Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca along the way. Aston’s Vantage S certainly looks the part, despite the age of its basic bones, ready to pounce with its wide stance and pronounced rear wheel arches
2.Audi S3 Sedan
- The new S3 is cheaper, quicker (4.4 seconds to 60!), and, although this won’t trigger a buying impulse in everybody, considerably cuter. Sure, it’s down a couple of cylinders compared with its bigger brother, and it has to make do with a less sophisticated four-wheel-drive system.
- The S3 is the beefy version of the transverse-engined A3 sedan, sharing the Golf’s MQB platform and packing the most powerful current iteration of Volkswagen’s familiar EA888 2.0-liter four. That means 292 horsepower, basically the same spec as the forthcoming Golf R.
- The new F80-generation M3 is drawing its share of cyber hate, mainly because of its engine configuration. Engines are (or should be) holy to a company whose name translates to “Bavarian Engine Factory,” and special powerplants should be part of what you pay for in any M car.
- In the words of Ron Burgundy, “Boy, that escalated quickly.” Back in 2010, Ford was crowing about its 550-hp Shelby GT500. Chevy one-upped that in 2011 with the 580-hp Camaro ZL1. A few months later, Ford didn’t so much leapfrog Chevy as it did stomp its face into the mud as it ran away with its girlfriend and its mother, introducing the 662-horse 2013 GT500. Now Dodge officially ushers in the age of unreason with the 707-hp 2015 Challenger SRT Hellcat.
- Seven-hundred and seven horsepower is about as close as it gets to the output of NASA’s Challenger. The figure makes this Challenger more powerful than all but six cars currently on the market: the Bugatti Veyron—now available only in 1200-hp guise—the 950-hp Ferrari LaFerrari, the 903-hp McLaren P1, the 887-hp Porsche 918 Spyder, the 730-hp Ferrari F12, and the 720-hp Pagani Huayra. And, given the limited production numbers of those cars, any Challenger Hellcat will be more powerful than just about 10 cars total in the United States.
5.Mercedes-Benz C300 4MATIC
- The best thing about the new 2015 C-class is that it’s a Mercedes-Benz. We don’t mean to say that the last C-class wasn’t a Benz; of course it was. It was built in a Benz factory, wore Benz logos, and was sold in Benz dealerships to people who think ballcaps with Benz logos are the bee’s knees.
- But Benzness wasn’t its foremost business, as it had to conquest buyers from BMW, Audi, and the like while also serving as a price-leading entry point to the brand in the U.S. These goals aren’t wholly incompatible, but they’re close, and the result was a car that never felt as gratifying or as luxurious as a Mercedes ought to. The smaller CLA-class is now a thing, however, and it can absorb the slings and arrows flung at a Benz built to please a spreadsheet.