From Dubai to MotorTrend 2018 Car of the Year Finalists
The Corvette ZR1 has returned, this supercar wields a supercharged V8 engine with 749.9 horsepower.
The most visually-complex Nissan GT-R ever created was unveiled by Kuhl Racing ahead of the Tokyo Auto Salon 2016. You'd might be surprised but this isn't Kuhl's first engraved GT-R, as the Japanese tuner already has a chrome variant of the Godzilla in its curriculum.
We Like: Sports car performance and handling, limousine room, and luxury inside We Don't Like: Tire noise on some surfaces; radar cruise control and keyless entry are optional Porsche's Panamera looks like a four-door sports car. It drives like one, too.
We Like: Stunning design, stirring performance, strong value We Don't Like: Porpoises a bit, noisy over rough roads, interior doesn't match snazzy exterior Kia's Stinger was one of six all-new contenders for COTY this year, and other than the Model 3, it was the most anticipated.
We Like: Bold exterior, gorgeous interior, and the car's overall audacity We Don't Like: Bizarre hybrid powertrain strategy, pathetic infotainment system If Car of the Year were awarded solely on the basis of design, the Lexus LC would drive off with this year's Golden Calipers.