Get your gears in motion from the asphalt up with the new line of cars emerging in 2015. All of the top names in the industry are releasing impressive new models, ranging from sports coupes to luxury SUVs. A sleek new whip needs a suave new Jorg Gray watch, wouldn't you agree? Take a look at the hottest rides for the upcoming year:
2015 Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT
British luxury sports car manufacturer Aston Martin polished gold on the newly enhanced V8 Vantage GT. Its 4.7-liter, quad-cam dry-sump V-8 gives the GT a top speed of 190 miles per hour and enables to race from 0-60 mph in just 4.6 seconds. Inside, Alcantara trim is used on the door panels and heated, memory sport buckets. Carbon fiber, piano black, satin chrome accent elements heighten its distinction. It's the least expensive Aston Martin since the 1980s and will open at $102,725, almost $17,000 below the starting price of a base V8 Vantage model. For uncompromising grandeur, pair this elite sports car with the JG8400-21, which boasts a Swiss Ronda movement, chronograph complication and sapphire-coated mineral crystal watch lens.
2015 Lexus RC Coupe
Lexus shaved two doors on the first-ever RC, representing the most powerful V8 performance the car company has ever developed. The RC F 5.0L engine pumps out more than 450 horse power and over 383 pounds to foot of torque. In addition to the sleek design and the largest version yet of the spindle grille, a rear wing deploys automatically above 50 miles per hour. This whip will arrive in fall 2014, and aims to go head-to-head with BMW's M4 and Mercedes-Benz's C63 AMG. To match its lofty yet achievable ambition, try out the JG7800-21, a staple in any gentleman's inventory.
2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Since the popular CLA-Class has taken the C-Class' spot as the entry-level Benz, things are getting stirred up at Mercedes. First, a new 2.0-liter turbocharged four will be the base of the C-Class engine, and a 2.1-liter diesel stands as a real possibility as the upgrade engine. Next, 5 inches will be added to the design's total length, which translates into noticeably more rear-seat legroom. An eight-speed automatic is set to be the go-to transmission and all-wheel drive will be optional. With the C-Class making moves, it's only right for your Jorg Gray timepiece to follow suit. Check out the JG8300-22 that demands authority and pronounced independence.
2015 Jaguar F-Type Coupe
If you haven't laid eyes on the Jaguar F-Type Coupe yet, picture a James Bond car. It is a pure two-door sports car, merging top performance with precise agile handling. With a 380-horsepower V6 supercharged engine, the F-type reaches a top speed of 171 miles per hour. Standard features include active sport exhaust with center-mounted dual exhaust pipes, sport suspension with Adaptive Dynamics and 19-inch alloy wheels. To customize the interior, car owners can choose from one of 14 color themes and three interior trim choices. Owners of the Jaguar F-Type are classy men who are not afraid to take risks, and might want to top it off with Jorg Gray's JG8500-24, a chronograph equipped with Swiss Ronda movement and a black stainless steel strap that has no fear of leading the pack.
2015 Tesla Model X
Tesla Model X is a family car with a performance background. With the optional all-wheel drive, the 2015 Tesla Model X can go 0-60 in under five seconds. Innovative, refined and tech-savvy, the luxury SUV Tesla Model X has a 17-inch central touch screen and reconfigurable gauge cluster. Its falcon-wing doors make even Lamborghini owners flinch. But there is beauty beneath the skin: Take note of its rear-mounted electric motor and zero tailpipe emissions. Like the Model S, it will be available with either a 60 or 86 kilowatt-hour battery. This model stays on the cutting edge of technology, and so does the JG6800-22, designed with a chronograph complication and 13.4-millimeter case. The timepiece's stainless steel build and 50 meter water resistance make it ready for whatever the road throws its way.
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