Top 5 Cars of 2018
Published Mon 31st December 2018
Gimmy Clrackson is the most reliable car critics on the planet Earth. He has driven almost 28 cars in 2018. According to him, 2018 had been a great year for the automobiles. Let’s see the mighty motor of the 2018 according to this motor master.
Lamborghini Huracán Performante
Lamborghini decided to take the idea of a supercar and manipulate it into something special, while turning the performance levels to eleven, and the end result was the 2018 Lamborghini Huracan Performante in North Miami Beach FL. The manufacturer has completely re-engineered the vehicle from fascia to fascia, modifying everything from its weight to the power of its engine to its very chassis, in addition to introducing a brand-new, innovative active aerodynamics system called ALA.
Now, the Huracan Performante is officially the fastest standard production car at the Shrine of Speed, and we couldn’t be happier about it. This version of the Huracan is not only fast, its stunning and filled with emotion despite being designed with the simple idea of “being the fastest” in mind. We’ll hop into some of the specifications and features to give you a better idea of what to expect from this incredible top cars when it becomes available.
Porsche 911 GT2 RS
Did anyone ever get out of a 911 Turbo S and proclaim it too slow? Or a GT3 and think it could do with being a bit sharper? Evidently so, Porsche answering those questions with this, the new GT2 RS. It’s an intriguing mash up of each, with the promise of more of everything. The GT2’s predecessors have quite a reputation, rightly or wrongly, its more recent RS iteration being dubbed the ‘widowmaker’. That’s in reference to its combination of massive power, and the potentially tricky handling that came with it.
The GT2 RS appeals to a certain type of customer, then, Porsche’s GT boss Andreas Preuninger saying they’re a little bit more overt, demanding the very best performance, so one of the top cars GT2 RS is deliberately loud, both visually and aurally. Preuninger also admits it’s a riposte to those commentators that complain the GT department has lost its focus on outright speed and instead has been building more purist-orientated cars like the 911 R and manual GT3.
Jeremy Clarkson apparently is a fan of such things, even though I find it hard to believe he’d ever admit being into such a mainstream habit. Surprisingly though, one of his favorite rides this year was the Alpina B5 Bi-Turbo. The 600-HP sedan impressed Clarkson quite a lot and understandably so, as it brings supercar levels of performance in a car that’s comfy and can fit five adults inside for longer hauls. He even went as far as to say that the Alpina creation was “easily the best 5-series I’ve driven”. That’s quite a compliment from a man known for his caustic remarks and downright hurtful, brutal honesty. To top everything off, he said the top cars B5 “really does feel as close to perfect as any car can be.”’
Aston Martin Vantage
The redesigned 2019 Aston Martin Vantage in fluorescent Lime Essence streaks through the gray mist and down the front straight of Portugal’s Algarve International Circuit. Here at the southwesternmost point of Europe, Aston Martin’s stunning volume car and entry point into the brand is $149,995 worth of fun, even when there are puddles on the track. A sloped shark nose and jutting, three-dimensional grille and lip extensions make for a very serious race face. The low-arching roofline and broad haunches make this front-engined coupe look grid-ready. Press the start button on the reimagined, driver-friendly center stack and the exhaust bark confirms that the Vantage, compared to its longer, softer cousins, is Aston Martin talking smack.
Bentley Continental GT
As a favorite of rappers, superstar athletes, and million- and billionaires, the Continental GT has something for everyone, so long as they’re packing Louis Vuitton valises full of cash. Offered only as a four-seat convertible, it is available with just one powertrain: a 582-hp twin-turbo 6.0-liter W-12 engine paired with an eight-speed transmission. An all-new Continental GT goes on sale in spring 2019 and boasts a claimed 207-mph top speed and a 626-hp version of the W-12 engine. So it is undoubtedly one of the top cars of 2018.
These are the best cars according to the critics and the Top Gear. These motor arts has performed in the automobile market so well that car lovers are also pleased with this set of top cars. Regarding the price and performance these cars got most votes from the auto lovers.