The year of 2013 has a lot of car enthusiasts on the edge of their seat. There are certain car models that they just can not wait to get their hands on. Here are the cars with the biggest hype for 2013.
This American sports car has always been one of the best high-performance machines in the world. The 2014 version is scheduled to debut sometime this year. Like always, the muscular coupe will use a stout V8 engine to deliver the power. The base 6.2-liter, V8 engine should pump out around 450 horsepower and 450 pound-feet of torque. The biggest news is its new design. Chevrolet hopes that the innovative styling will push the Corvette to the top of the supercar segment.
Dodge Dart GT
For several months now, the 2013 Dodge Dart GT’s debut has been further pushed back. Dodge fans are ready to see what all the hype is about. Although the base Dart is a formidable sedan, the GT version promises to amp the performance up a notch. The GT will feature a racier engine and tuned-suspension setup. Instead of a turbocharged engine, the Dart GT will use a naturally-aspirated four-cylinder engine to deliver the thrills.
Hopefully the 2014 can live up to its tremendous buildup. Although a supercharged V8 will be the most powerful engine choice, the standard supercharged V6 is nothing to scoff at either. This is the type of car that will turn heads just by its looks alone. The growling exhaust note will make the onlookers do a double take. The driving dynamics should mimic that of a true sports car.
Although the previous generation of the Kia Forte was a valiant effort, the new 2014 model is already one of the best cars in its class. The new Forte has delivers a refined exterior appearance with its chiseled lines and sleek styling. The interior has also been spruced up to compete with the rest of the segment. Although a smaller four-cylinder engine is available, the 2.0-liter version makes the Forte a true contender. Its impressive fuel economy remains a strong selling point.
Chevrolet’s flagship sedan, the Impala, was in dire need of a makeover. The 2014 Impala is here with a complete redesign that oozes charisma. Although the proven V6 engine remains under the hood, there will also be a couple of four-cylinder engine choices. The front and rear of the Impala seems to take styling cues from the popular Camaro. This full-size car has plenty of available amenities to keep the passengers safe and entertained. Feel free to check out shop-carinsurance.net to get some insurance for this new ride.
Honda Accord Plug-In
The 2014 Accord Plug-In is one of the best-looking hybrids on the market. The styling is based on the gas-only version that just went through a new redesign. A 47-mpg fuel economy rating will have you saving gas money while living eco-friendly. Sadly, the Accord Hybrid will only be sold in certain areas at first.