The Hottest Cars of 2021
The auto industry has seen seismic changes this year, with some astounding new arrivals hitting the road. Back in 2020, it may seem like the world came to a complete stand-still, but quite a few stellar cars were launched.
Today, let's look at some of the awe-inspiring cars this year has to offer.
Alfa Giulia GTA
Back in 2017, Alfa Romeo's Giulia Quadrifoglio became the car of the year. It was a sassy and stylish saloon with a uniquely crazy side that saw it go from 0.62mph within 3.9 seconds, furthering up to 190 mph. Now, that car has gotten even crazier with the particular GTA variant.
This year's variant strips 100kg from the stablemate and tweaks the current 2.9-liter v6 engine to produce 533 hp. This makes the Alfa the most powerful car ever built. However, there will only be 500 models made for this car when it arrives this summer.
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Toyota GR Yaris
Toyota Yaris is a humble and trustworthy supermini that has just received a GR version. The GR version is more like an evil twin of the previous one that looks the same but is a hand-built race-ready rally car. The car is super lightweight and is packed with super-clever technology.
There's a 1.6-liter turbocharged three-cylinder engine that can produce up to 257bhp. This power is delivered through an all-wheel-drive system that can conquer the roads without even breaking a sweat. The car looks minimalistic as it doesn't include any spoilers, side skirts, or race stickers, only adding to the charm. In short, the Toyota GR Yaris is more do, less talk.
Peugeot 508 Sport Engineered
Peugeot is known for its performance pedigree because of its Gti division. So, it's something big to announce the new 508 Sport Engineered to be the most powerful road car ever in its history. With a 355hp plug-in hybrid with an electric motor on both axles, this beast can reach from 0 to 62mph in 5.2 seconds.
The top speed limit here is 155mph. The car packs more attitude on the front look with a grey and green color combination and some neat styling tweaks. The shade is called "Kryptonite," which gives a clear idea of Peugeot's ambitions for this car's launch.
Furthermore, there's a 20 inch allow and tech-brimmed interior. All in all, this car packs the potential to kick start something more significant for the famous French marque.
Porsche Mission E-Cross Turismo
If you know a bit about the Porsche Taycan, you're aware that Porsche's four-door electric standard cars were major favorites. The first Taycan spinoff is coming this summer with the name that sounds like an enigma, but it sounds even cooler for the money. There might be a slight love for anything that's styled like a shooting brake like the Panamera. This format seems befitting of the Mission E-Cross Turismo's body shape.
Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Omologata
Lamborghini's extraordinary racing know-how is visible in the new Huracan spinoff. It's a road-legal version of the Huracan Super Trofeo Evo, which won the Daytona 3 times. So, while Lamborghini's engineers have considered road driving, the tracks will always remain their spiritual home. The extensive aerodynamics and chassis tweaks, alongside load-lightening across the board, make this a stunning car to take on a lap.
To Sum It Up
If you plan on buying these cars, storing these in a climate-controlled car storage facility is your best option to avoid weather damages. Extra security and precaution are never a bad thing. Considering how valuable these cars are, a luxury automobile storage facility will keep these rides healthy, free of dust, and always in running shape. So, which of these cars are you anticipating the most? Let us know in the comments below.