1. Porsche 718 Cayman
Porsche Centre Singapore has completed its family of two-door mid-engined sports cars with the launch of the new 718 Cayman, three months after the release of the 718 Boxster. Unveiled by brand ambassador, Angelique Kerber, the new addition to the German automaker sports a low, wide and sleek exterior that resembles that of its 718 Boxster sister. Designed to deliver a sporty drive, the car is fitted with rear wings that extends automatically at a speed of 120km/h for better road-holding performance. And its turbocharged four-cylinder engine under the hood allows the Porsche 718 Cayman to accelerate from zero to 100km/h in 4.7 seconds, with a top speed of 275km/h.
2. Mercedes-Benz CLA and CLA Shooting Brake
Another German automaker makes waves in the local automotive scene with the unveiling of its facelifted CLA and CLA Shooting Brake. The new cars from Mercedes-Benz now sport new bumpers with a silver, black or chrome trim strip, a diamond radiator grille in black (as standard) and new light-allow wheels. Inside the car, the cabin comes with new seat covers and trim parts, as well as chrome-plated controls. Additionally, both cars have the option of being fitted with LED High Performance headlamps.
3. Ferrari GTC4Lusso T
The Prancing Horse’s first four-seater to be bestowed with the all-powerful V8 turbo engine, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso T boasts a maximum output of a whopping 610bhp. Designed to deliver a sporty and versatile drive that’s suitable for everyday use, the four-litre car comes with the streamlined, tapered silhouette of the shooting brake coupe, as well as rear-wheel steering and side slip control. What’s more, this sleek family ride is equipped to reach zero to 100km/h in 3.5 seconds and surpass a top speed of 320km/h.