30. Hyundai i30 N

Hyundai has made a promise to deliver quality cars in the hot hatch sector. They did a pretty good job to kick things off. With this four-cylinder turbo engine, you’ll get the extra jolt of speed you’ve been looking for.

29. Jaguar XF Sportbrake

Despite mixed reactions during the unveiling of this vehicle, the design is quite daring and different. Jaguar is even allowing buyers to pick from their range of engines to install in the vehicle.

28. Aston Martin V8 Vantage

As you may or may not already know, the original Aston Martin V8 changed the car industry forever. It has made such a large impact that their impeccable engines are now used in most high-performance vehicles. This vehicle is a tribute to the legendary ride. 

27. LaFerrari Aperta

Usually when thinking of hypercars, the LaFerrari Aperta is at the top of the list. You can go from 0-62mph in just a short three seconds flat. Being extremely popular, this vehicle is sold out before it’s even released.

26. Kia Rio SUV

It’s kind of crazy how much attention vehicles can get when a celebrity or sports star starts endorsing the company. Once LeBron James started endorsing Kia, their popularity skyrocketed. They’ve taken all this momentum and created this exceptional SUV. It has tons of room inside and has somewhat of a Batmobile look to it. 

25. Mercedes E-Class Coupe

Mercedes has been very persistent and consistent in their efforts to create high-quality electric, more environmentally-friendly vehicles. This vehicle may have just done that. 

24. Ford Mustang GT

Mustangs have always been an eye-grabbing vehicle since the beginning. This 2017 model has a V8 engine which will allow the beast to reach 550 horsepower.

23. Kia Picanto

It’s not hard to look at this car and think to yourself, ‘What the heck is this!?’ Even with its whacky appearance, it is made of modern aerodynamic materials which should make it effective and affordable. 

22. Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster

The overall look of this car is very sleek. It features a twin-turbo V8 engine that is just oozing with mouth watering sounds. With such good looks, it’s a frontrunner for ‘Car of the Year 2017’. 

21. Nissan Leaf

The original Nissan Leaf was a very well respected vehicle in the industry. This 2017 model spices things up a bit. The futuristic design definitely looks like something you’d see in a Transformers movie. 

20. Porsche Boxster

As you probably already know, Porsche’s don’t come cheap and this model isn’t any different. The estimated prices start at over $60,000. On the bright side, if you’re able to get your hands on one of these beauties, you’ll be the coolest person driving around this summer.

19. Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk

When looking at the latest sales figures, the Jeep just might be at the very top. 4 x 4s have been a force in the recent times. It has a bullish appearance and is an essential for those who reside in more rural areas. 

18. Nissan 370Z


This is a must-have for coupe lovers. If you’re one of those people who thinks the sounds a vehicle makes is a deal breaker for you, you don’t have to worry. Unfortunately, there isn’t a set price as of yet, but it will most likely fall into the higher end of prices.

17. Subaru WRX STi

Subaru’s street cars have never been the most popular, but they are well-respected in the rally car scene. The 2017 model looks like it’s set to be a winner. To add a little cherry on top, it’s packed with a new V10 engine.

16. Nissan Nivara 3.0

If you’re someone who’s looking for the most powerful pickup truck in the world, you don’t have to look any further. This truck will climb and crawl over the most resistant of terrains. It’s release date isn’t exact, but you’ll start seeing them in early 2017.

15. Infiniti QX50

This vehicle was basically designed to go face-to-face with the BMW X3 and is being thought of as possibly being a BMW crusher. Whether or not the QX50 can pull that off has yet to be seen.

14. Great Wall Steed

A lot of the other pickup trucks that you see out on the roads aren’t the best when it comes to controlling the amount of pollution they produce. With that being said, the Great Steed has taken the green initiative to the next level.

13. SEAT Leon

Previously, the iteration of this car won several awards, so it’s quite surprising to see that it looks sort of like an unfinished school project in its near-final reveal. SEAT makes a claim that further cosmetic work is coming. Most are hoping that’s true for the sake of the vehicle.

12. Mazda CX-5

If you wanted to know the definition of an evolutionary look by looking at a picture, this is it. It may give off the ‘soccer mom’ look, but with its punchy engine, it bumps up to the next level and is viewed as a cool street cruiser.

11. Alpine Sports

Alpine has been out of the car market for almost 20 years, but they’re making quite a comeback with this sports model. It’s time to hit the streets in 2017. It’s beautiful, dynamic and sleek, but it comes with a pretty hefty price tag at $65,000.

10. Audi A8

The Audi brand has been in the spotlight ever since they came out with the exceptional R8 model, but the 2017 A8 should not be looked down on. This car has everything you’d want in a car, looks, speed, and performance.

9. Jeep Wrangler

This car has always been known to be a vehicle for the brave because of the safari scenery it’s usually in. The updated Wrangler has been a customized safari Jeep for the roads and it seems that so far everyone is just loving it!

8. Renault Koleos

All of Renault’s vehicles have had a reputation for being in the family cars category. They appear to be sticking to their roots, but this model is definitely much cooler looking than past models.

7. Smart EV

Surprisingly, the smart car was created by Mercedes’ sub-brand and things are looking good. It’s been said that this car can reach 62 mph in just about 11.5 seconds. This beats the fastest car of 2016 which could reach the same speed in only 12.7 seconds.

6. Acura NSX

It seems like eternity ever since the NSX was first introduced as a concept vehicle. When driving the rear wheels, it has a turbocharged V-6 with an electric motor to provide the most power. The front wheels have their own electric motor for hybrid AWD capability. The price starts out at roughly $150,000. All signs are pointing to yes when asked if this super car can still make it as a comfortable, daily driver.

5. Apple Car

Although it is apparently just a rumor as of now, this self-driving Apple Car would really shake things up in the auto industry. Whether or not it makes it, it certainly deserves attention. If Apple decides to hit the green light and get into the car business, it won’t do so until it has something completely revolutionary. With history to back them up, they are just the type of company that will be able to pull something like this off.

4. BMW M2

The 2017 M2 will be based on the just-released new 2-Series coupe and convertible. It’s expected to feature a twin-turbocharged inline six with just around 400 horsepower. This new compact will mimic the ethos that made the E30 a legend. Keep your eyes out for this one.

3. Lincoln Continental

It’s unfortunate for Lincoln that with their flagging sales and a bland product lineup, they just can’t seem to catch a break. At the 2015 New York Auto Show, they surprised everyone with this beautiful concept car which is a preview for the company’s next full-size flagship. It has hints of the classic Lincoln models as well as modern Bentley designs, an AWD production luxury sedan.

2. Toyota Supra

Many Japanese sports car fans will say that their all-time favorite model is the MkIV Supra sports car. It tore up the roads all over during the 1990’s with its twin-turbocharged inline six engine that was commonly boosted to make over 1,000 horsepower. The next generation Supra has been confirmed, and Toyota is working with BMW to build the car’s platform and a new turbo inline six engine. The new Supra will be slightly smaller and less ‘over-the-top’ than the original model.

1. Tesla Model S

This car is a compact sedan coming sometime in 2017. Fortunately for those who have always wanted a Tesla, this happens to be the most affordable car the company has ever created with a base price of just $30,000 after any available electric car tax incentive. The driving range is estimated to be somewhere around 200 miles. Buyers can expect the usual advanced technology which includes the swappable battery pack and a fully autonomous self-driving mode that can take the wheel in select situations.