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2010 Jaguar XFR

2010 Jaguar XFR

The Jaguar XF gets bolder (and faster) with the upcoming 2010 Jaguar XFR ($TBA). Powered by an all-new supercharged 5.0-liter V8, the souped up sedan is good for 510 hp and 461lb-ft of torque, letting you gun the red light to a 0-60mph time of only 4.7 seconds. The XFR sports a new front-end design (with larger lower grille, new black-finished mesh and chrome outboard air intakes), 20-inch Nevis alloy wheels, hood louvres, four polished exhaust pipes, and an aerodynamically functional rear spoiler and side sills.

  • 2009 Mazda6

    As much as we hate Mazda's Zoom-Zoom slogan, we can't help but like the all-new 2009 Mazda6 ($19,220 and up). The new sedan sports even more aggressive styling, and better fuel economy: drivers can get up to 30mpg with the 2.5L 4-cylinder making 170hp, or step up to the 3.7L V6 for 272hp and still get 25mpg. Manual and manual-shift automatic transmissions are available, as are a push-button ignition, Bluetooth cellular integration, and touchscreen navigation system. Mid-sized sedans just got a little less boring.

  • Chevrolet Volt

    The future is almost here. Chevrolet today unveiled the production version of the Chevy Volt ($TBA; 2010). Powered by a 16-kWh, lithium-ion battery, the Detroit savior lets you go up to 40 miles without using a drop of gas. And when your battery's dead, a gasoline/E85-powered engine generator seamlessly picks up to keep you going. Back at home, the Volt can be plugged into a standard outlet for charging. The battery's more than 220 lithium-ion cells produce the equivalent of 150 horsepower, 273 lb-ft. of instant torque, and a top speed of 100 miles per hour. Inside, you'll find a 7-inch touch screen display with quick access to all major controls.