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Many cars fans are slowly seeing the new 2018 models trickle into the streets. Industry staples like the Toyota Camry and Honda Odyssey have released their new models. The car industry does not abide by the calendar year which means any car company can release its 2018 model anytime 2017 begins. Some 2018 models are completely new while some are simple redesigns of their previous versions. The following are some of the new 2018 models that have been released and some that are coming soon.

 

Honda Accord

This car is valued at $23,570 and has a U.S. News Score of 9.1/10. Its new redesigned look makes it much more desirable than years previous. This model is designed for the consumer who wants a vehicle that looks great while being practical and fun. The engine is a turbocharged four-cylinder that allows for great fuel economy paired with satisfactory acceleration. This vehicle is now on the market is average for a midsize car.

 

Kia Stinger

Kia has taken the reigns in creating a sports sedan that consumers will enjoy. Kia debuted the new vehicle at the Detroit Auto Show and was the standout car of the event. The Stinger has yet to have a release date but once it is, the vehicle will have a choice of two engines. The new Kia Stinger can be purchased with a twin-turbocharged 3.3-liter V6 which allows it to produce speeds at 365 horsepower. The specific pricing has not been announced.

 

Lamborghini Aventador S

The Lamborghini Aventador S is an engineering marvel, what with its 740-horsepower V12, all-wheel-drive system, rear-wheel steering, and even more. With its newly added Apple CarPlay support to the vehicle, it really improves the overall user experience.  For the 2018 model, Android Auto support is on board as well.

 

Ford Mustang

The new Mustang is packed with new high-tech in not only the features but the design as well. The $25,585 vehicle is expected to go on sale this fall of 2018. The engine has changed from a V6 to an efficient 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. Inside of the car, Ford as pulled some retro-inspired designs in its gauges which can be replaced by a 12-inch customizable flat-panel display. The new 2018 Mustang goes on sale this fall.