The luxury market is getting bigger and better with more offerings in various segments for 2017. There are also numerous models getting major updates for the 2017 model year, while other automakers are expanding with new additions to their lineups.
What’s New for Luxury Cars in 2017?
The second-generation of the Porsche Panamera debuted for 2017 with an all-new platform and a sharp new look to match. As always, effortless driving with a healthy dose of scalding performance can be expected.
Volvo’s lovely S90 and V90 are all new with the brand’s fantastic twin-charged engine and swanky interior, while the Lincoln Continental, MKZ, and Cadillac CT6 are trying to help revive their respective brands. All variants of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class have been totally revised for this year, and BMW is also keeping things competitive with its refreshed 5 Series. The Bentley Continental Supersports has debuted as the most powerful Bentley ever.
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Not to be left out, Audi has redone its A4 and A5 lineups to be lighter, more luxurious and give them better performance. The Maserati Quattroporte also gets important upgrades to materials and features for 2017 that address many issues with the previous model year vehicle.
The Lexus LC500 has arrived with a hybrid model coming soon, and the brand’s new LS flagship sedan built on the same platform as the LC has just debuted and is sure to impress with smooth, refined luxury. Genesis is bringing the heat in its first full year as a standalone brand with the impressive G90 and is expected to grow its lineup even more with a new coupe this year.
What’s Coming in Luxury Cars?
The Audi A8/S8 will be revised soon and it is rumored to have the capability to drive itself, and the Aston Martin DB11 Convertible has been spied testing, so it should also arrive soon. The Mercedes C-Class is due for a refresh, and the BMW 6 Series should see a next-generation model soon. A new Bentley Flying Spur and a next-generation Rolls-Royce Phantom is coming as well.