The best cars for 2014 are on their way. Are you prepared? Automobiles are constantly evolving and changing with the times. That's a good thing.
Everyone wants fuel efficiency, good price, safety and style. Plug-in vehicles like Chevrolet Spark, Cadillac ER, Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Hybrid, and Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Hybrid are becoming the wave of the future. Electric car enthusiasts should be smiling with glee because 2014 will be their year.
Who doesn't love cars that drive smooth, are classy and aren't too taxing on the pocketbook? For example, BMW is expected to release X1 compact SUV. There are no major advancements, but the gasoline engine has undergone some improvements that yield better gas mileage. Ford and Mercedes have also claimed they will deliver a 4-cylinder, turbo-charged engines to United States in coming years.
Americans that want to test out some foreign vehicles also have something to look forward to. Italian-run Fiat and Alfa Romeo are going to be on the cutting room floor soon. China will be hitting American shores with their own brand of vehicles from BYD "Build Your Dream", which are expected to unleash a host of electric vehicles that have good range and cost. The Acura ILX is a new ILX compact luxury sedan that offers six speed manual transmissions, new text messaging function, which activates when a smartphone is connected via Bluetooth, helps drivers keep their eyes focused on the road.
For individuals who enjoy pretending their James Bond can splurge on Aston Martin DB9/Virage, AstonMartin DBS and Aston Martin Rapide. Many of these Aston Martin's feature a new chassis, high quality material and provide a nice spinoff to the British classic. The Audi A3 will be making a debut in 2014 too. This likely will be a more upscale version of the family car. It's far too early and difficult to determine which carmakers will reign supreme in 2014. One thing is for certain, carmakers have their work cut out for them in 2014.