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The luxury sub-compact SUV concept might sound like an oxymoron, but plenty of high-end car makers are disagreeing in droves, as are car buyers. Volvo wants in on the CUV action, and we're going to show you why we think Volvo's XC40 is one of the best. For the latest Volvo XC40 pricing and information: https://www.kbb.com/volvo/xc40/
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Check out the rarest and most expensive cars in the world! From race cars to supercars, this list shows the most amazing and awesome cars of all time! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "Movie Cars Made In REAL LIFE!" video here: https://youtu.be/MzhoqD1Ebdo Watch our "Most EXTREME Transportation Vehicles Around The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/uek50YpQBeM Watch our "Most BIZARRE Vehicles Ever!" video here: https://youtu.be/eHeptfJfLsM 10. Mercedes CLK-GTR - The Mercedes CLK-GTR was designed to take part in the new FIA GT championship series in 1997 and was built with a Mercedes-Benz LS600 6 litre, V12 engine. 9. 1905 Rolls-Royce 15 HP - Rolls Royce is one of the most recognisable names in the world of automobiles. They began making cars in 1904. 8. McLaren F1 LM - This stunning car is the McLaren F1 LM. It’s a tuned edition that was built to celebrate the success of the track version in 1995’s Le Mans 24-hour race. 7. 1927 Bugatti Royale - In the 1920’s, Bugatti saw an opportunity to sell a new style of luxury car, and designed the Bugatti Royale. 6. 1954 Oldsmobile F-88 GM Concept Car - The Oldsmobile F-88 is thought by many to be one of the most influential ever made, and it’s now one of the rarest too. 5. Lamborghini Reventon - The Lamborghini Reventon hardly looks real, and turned heads when it was first revealed at the Frankfurt Motor show in 2007. 4. Honda NSX “Alex Zanardi Edition” - The original Honda NSX, known in America as the Acura NSX, was produced by the Japanese company between 1990 and 2005. 3. 1996 Ferrari F50 GT - Every list of rare and desirable cars has to have a Ferrari, and here’s one of the rarest of all- the Ferrari F50 GT. 2. 2005 Maybach Exelero - The 2005 Maybach Exelero is a stunning piece of engineering, and was originally built for Fulda, a German tyre company, to display its products. 1. Captain Nemo’s Car - And finally number one and without doubt the most unique car in the world, and one of the rarest.
Here are the top 10 list of Luxurious Chinese Copycat cars 10. Changan Lingxuan, Copied from Toyota - Innova Crysta 0:29 The New Innova Crysta has gained a reputable name in the industry, for being one of the best MPVs. It has the best mix of everything you wanted in a premium car. The Chinese automobile model Changan Lingxuan, looks quite similar to the new Innova Crysta. Take one good look at this vehicle, and you will find the similarities. 9. BAIC X424, Copied from Jeep Wrangler 0:57 The Chinese automotive industry quite admires the looks of the global SUVs. And one among them is the Jeep Wrangler. The Chinese made BAIC X424, looks quite similar to the Jeep Wrangler. The whole design is a copy from the Jeep. Only minor details have been changed but overall, the profile and the looks, are similar to that on the Wrangler. 8. Victory S10, Copied from Cadillac Escalade 1:24 The Cadillac Escalade is a massive luxury SUV with its large wheels and musculin looks, this SUV is quite popular in America. And due to its huge popularity, the Chinese have come up with a clone for the Cadillac Escalade as well, called the Victory S10. Which made it to the list of Chinese copycat cars. 7. JAC P241, Copied from Mercedes GL-Class 1:50 The Chinese automaker, JAC, has come up with their SUV model called the P241, which borrows its styling and design from the Mercedes GL Class. They have combined the same headlamps, and similarly styled DRLs on their front bumper. Which made this vehicle, to be listed among Chinese copycat cars. 6. Land Wind X7, Copied from Range Rover Evoque 2:21 In the first glance itself, the Chinese brand, Land Wind X7 will make most peoples suspect that it is Range Rover Evoque. It is only when you look at a few details, that you can tell it apart. The coupe like profile, the headlamp design, as well as the tail lamp design, are very similar to that on the Range Rover Evoque. 5. Brilliance V 5, Copied from BMW X1 2:48 Brilliance Auto Group is the Chinese partner of BMW. When the BMW X1 started the sale in China it was in partnership with Brilliance. So they come with a surprise that the company made their own version, called the Brilliance V5, this model looked very similar to the BMW X1. However, the V5 is a lot cheaper. Maybe, because it's made in china. 4. BYD T6, Copied from Porsche Cayenne 3:19 The first SUV of Porsche was Cayenne. And it was regarded as one of the popular, and sportiest SUVs in the world. Considering this, there have been a few clones for the Cayenne in the Chinese market. And one among them is the BYD T6, which looks exactly the same as the Cayenne from the front. The only noticeable difference is that the BYD badge sat on the grill instead of the Porsche logo on the bonnet. 3. CH Auto Lithia, Copied from Audi R8 3:50 The Lithia is an electric EV concept that was shown at the Beijing Motorshow. The company claims that the car has a range of 150 km. The reason why this car is on the list of Chinese copycat cars, is because of its resemblance to the Audi R8. The side fins and the roof design have been totally copied from the R8. 2. Diablo VT, Copied from Lamborghini Diablo 4:17 There is a company called Diablo in China which produced a car called the VT. It looks identical to the legendary Lamborghini Diablo. The company claimed to be the first supercar builder of China. People who are not that observant can easily mistake, the Diablo VT, as the Diablo of Lamborghini, since the copy has been done very accurately. And the top in the list of, Chinese copycat cars 4:43 is The Geely GE, Copied from the opulent Rolls Royce Phantom Yes, the Chinese do have the clone version of the costliest car in the world. The large grill, the headlamp design and they have even got a copy of the Spirit of Ecstasy. In terms of power, The Rolls Royce gets a massive 6.75 liter V12 Engine, While the Geely makes it with a 3.5 liter V6 Engine. And lot cheaper than the Rolls Royce Phantom. So, these are the list of, Top 10 luxury cars from around the world Which china have the exact copy cat version.
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You're forgiven if the words "three-row crossover" don't exactly spike your attention. Buying such a vehicle is often driven by a need rather than a want. Yet luxury automakers have done an admirable job of making these family-haulers more appealing by stuffing them with premium materials, hewing their metal into eye-pleasing shapes and engineering relaxing driving experiences.
Take, for instance, this Volvo XC90. A far cry from the boxy 850 wagon you remember from your youth, this Volvo delivers big doses of premium-ness everywhere you look. Though it's easy to pick fault with it in a few areas, overall this XC90 ranks highly on our gotta-have-it list.
One reason we like the XC90 so much is that it's far prettier than any of its competition. It's easy for a three-row crossover to turn out as a dull box, but Volvo's designers manage to drape delicate sheetmetal over the XC90's bones in a way that draws the eye. On this tester, the graceful Denim Blue bodywork contrasts against chrome and brushed-metal accents. Bold lighting elements, with LEDs and the well-known "Thor's Hammer" running lights, also add curb appeal. It's an understated and elegant look -- quite the opposite of Volvo's smallest crossover, the brash XC40.
The cabin shows just as well as the exterior, and not only because this Inscription model has genuine walnut wood trim and soft, brown Nappa leather everywhere (even on the key fob!) and drilled-metal speaker grilles for the optional Bowers & Wilkins stereo. A high seating position and low cowl provide excellent forward visibility, while the massive panoramic sunroof keeps things light and airy (you can, of course, occlude the sky with a powered sunshade). The control structure is one of simplicity: just a handful of buttons on the steering wheel and a few buttons below the touchscreen on the center stack.
The dashboard remains uncluttered in part because almost all the car's controls and settings are stuffed into the 9-inch Sensus infotainment system. That sounds good in principle until you're fighting to turn on the heated seats or crank up the air conditioning right after starting the car; the touchscreen takes an age to boot up and it's frustrating to tap the screen with no response. The same goes for tweaking common car functions, like the stop-start system or changing active-safety settings, requiring more tapping and swiping than we'd like.