As time passes by, technology takes high twists and reaches new heights, and 2012 is all about modern technology year! Today we gathered a list of most anticipated cars of 2012, which are highly demanded across the world, and much awaited ones, take a look:
Hyundai is playing a very efficient role with its Veloster, which is a somewhat bigger car inside than the Scion TC, and Mini Clubman or Honda CR-Z hybrid. However credit to a very short 2,600-pound cut back weight—400 pounds below the Scion TC— it’s supposed to get up to 40 MPG from its directly inserted, 1.6 liter four-cylinder based engine. That would beat Honda’s CR-Z figures without requirement of hybrid technology, and with the advantage of a larger space. But there’s one downfall to this car that the access to the inside is a bit odd having one door on the driver’s face, but both face and back doors on the passenger seats side. That’s because of low weight! Since less doors let a car producer decrease structural fortifications, and that maintains down size. And a short weight gives an enhancement in fun part indeed, and remember Hyundai is pledging for superior sportiness than its opponents.
A dazzling new Camaro is in then pipeline and will be operated by the Cadillac CTS-V’s 6.2-liter V8 engine with a max of 550 horsepower. With thinking how the Camaro SS equipped with a 6.2-liter V8 that outputs a simple 426 of horsepower can already hit 610 mph from idle position in under 5 seconds, the ZL1 is intended for being super fast. It will be a bit expensive one!
Ford fusion is currently a concept car under the name of FORD EVOS which will be out in late 2012; we are yet to see its power. But we have its design, and it rocks! We sure are waiting for this car.
In late 2012, we are yet to see the Mitsubishi Evo XI. With the company fragmenting its gas-guzzlers and debuting spanking new electric and gas-electric hybrids, all designed for meeting super worldwide release standards, the rumor world is telling that even the Lancer Evolution is coming in the collection. The idea behind this car is to keep it at max-performance and AWD, however also employ some of the technology previously in the wake of the approaching i-MiEV electric car and get hitched it to either a turbo-diesel or a gas engine. Evo XI is aimed at better distances, for keeping it fun and fuel-efficient at the same time to stand against its competitors like foremost example ‘Audi’.
The shared-project ‘sports car’ from Toyota and Subaru is totally a dazzling car to hit in 2012. The car is supposed to be extremely light in weight, 2.0-liter four based engine, with output supposed to be roughly 200 horsepower in the RWD Toyota model and 250 horsepower in the Subaru edition (a little low?). The first model from Toyota is more likely to be seen first, allegedly late this year (possibly mid of 2012), as Scion, under the name ‘FR-S’.
To maintain the company’s pride, the brand new C7 Corvette is about to hit us this year. Presenting with amazing external nods like an opening back window and a greatly advanced inside that will beat the normal standard of the current cars. Horsepower for this baby is to be ranged in 400-450 and at the same time it will be more fuel efficient than any other model of the same company. It will be light weight too, and fun to drive. We are eager to see this hot car on the roads, and can’t wait to drive it!
So which one of these cars stole your heart? Share with us.