Three luxury cars for 2016

If you're interested in buying a new luxury car, check out our three top picks.

Audi A8 L W12

The Audi A8 L W12 is a combination of technology, luxury and performance. Pretty much every option offered for this flagship Audi sedan is standard with this 12-cylinder engine version. You’ll find such luxuries as premium leather upholstery, dual-screen rear seat entertainment system, active noise cancellation, massage and more. The 12-cylinder Audi is more like a light jet than a car. Rather than two rows of six cylinders arranged like a” V”, the engine’s W12 configuration is comprised of three rows of four cylinders. The Audi’s 500 HP W12 engine has 463 ft-lbs of torque. Pricing starts at $137,900.

Cadillac CT6

This year, Cadillac is finally rolling out a range-topping luxury sedan designed to give the best high-end rivals a run for their money. It's called the CT6, and it was unveiled at 2015 New York Auto Show. It is equipped with a 3.0L V6 Twin Turbo engine. The entirely new, lightweight vehicle architecture provides a superb driving experience that is agile, solid, and secure. Some features include massaging and ventilated rear seats, an amazing 34-speaker Bose sound system, and a rearview mirror with video images for an enhanced view of the road. Pricing starts at $53,495.

Jaguar XJR LWB

Technologically advanced and luxuriously appointed, the 2016 Jaguar XJR is the pinnacle of the Jaguar sport sedans. The top version of the big Jaguar boasts a 550 horsepower supercharged V8 with 502 ft-lbs of torque—paired with one of the most agile platforms to ever support a luxury car. The LWB stands for “long wheelbase”. Only the finest of materials are used in the stunningly handsome interior. Pricing starts at $119,000.

 

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