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Lamborghini Will Continue with V-10 for Next-Gen Huracan and Offer Rear-Drive Versions

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While we are still several years from Lamborghini’s replacement of the Huracán—the latest Performante Spyder version just launched at the Geneva auto show—we can already bring you some fascinating details on the company’s thinking about its next junior supercar. The best of the good news is the company’s determination that it will continue to offer a naturally aspirated V-10 engine.

Lamborghini first offered a V-10 in the Huracan’s predecessor model, the Gallardo, in 2003 when most observers were anticipating a V-8 for the junior car that fit in below the V-12 Murciélago. A reversal of that decision is not in the cards.

“I think in the field where the Huracán is, the effect of having two cylinders more than all the other competitors will be a big difference,” Lamborghini chief technical officer Maurizio Reggiani told Car and Driver at Geneva. “When we made the Gallardo with the first V-10, people thought we were crazy because of packaging, the weight, the cost, everything. And it was a storming success. For me I need to say thanks to the Gallardo engine, and it is clear that this is part of my vision for the DNA of the super-sports-car field of Lamborghini.”

Reggiani said he is determined to continue to offer naturally aspirated engines in the company’s supercars, in marked contrast to competitors’ increasing use of turbocharging, but he also said he sees no need to reduce cylinder count, even in the company’s less expensive supercar and even though the Urus SUV brings a turbocharged V-8 to the company’s stable.

“My question is, why do I need to do something different?” he asked. “If I trust in the naturally aspirated engine, why do I need to downgrade my powertrain to a V-8 or V-6? I am Lamborghini, I am the top of the pinnacle of the super sports car. I want to stay where I am.”Orange Huracan_Performante_for NEWS

With the Aventador replacement seemingly set to use a hybrid system in conjunction with a V-12, it seems likely that its smaller sibling will also gain some form of electrical assistance, something Reggiani hinted at: “Afterward, I need some support [to meet regulatory demands], but the emotion is sound, and the reaction you have in a 10-cylinder engine you cannot have from any other kind. This is what our customers love.”

While few Gallardo and Huracán customers have chosen the option of the rear-driven versions it offered, Reggiani said Lamborghini wants to continue to offer the choice alongside the more popular all-wheel-drive variants in whatever comes next. “There are people who are the most expert, and they love a car which is much more oversteering,” he said.

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“If you have all-wheel drive, you must really put the car into an extreme condition if you want oversteer, because you have the center differential that moves torque to the front. But there are some who enjoy the drifting; two-wheel drive is for some customers, and we are always a slave to our customers.”

However, Reggiani was adamant that Lamborghini won’t introduce any kind of switchable all-wheel-drive system. “You have to take account of the weight penalty,” he said. “If you have an all-wheel-drive system and then press the button to go to two-wheel drive, you are carrying [88 pounds] that is doing nothing, and you have the same suspension setting for all-wheel drive, which is not correct. [It means] you must make a compromise and that is not the best that you can offer. For us, that is not an option.”

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$199 Lease Deals for March 2018

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Yes, you can lease any new car for $199 per month—provided, of course, that you pay down the capital cost enough at signing the lease, your credit is sturdy enough, and there’s a leasing company that will write the deal. But that’s not the subject of this story.

The goal here is to gather a representative sample of the factory-advertised lease offers clustered around $199 per month. We then, in one chart, guide you toward those that are great deals and away from those that are sneakily expensive.

This isn’t meant to be a comprehensive database. Instead, it’s a survey of the offers on manufacturer websites around the $199 price point. These are the commodity cars and trucks, the new vehicles that hit the road in huge numbers—although that doesn’t mean there’s nothing here for car enthusiasts.

Getting the absolute best deal means putting in work beyond reading this story. It means researching not only what vehicle to lease, but doing some smart shopping for the financial products that support your acquisition. A lease is a contract, and the elements of that contract are negotiable at some level. And it may be that working with a bank, leasing company, or credit union may yield an even better deal than what the manufacturers offer; it never hurts to shop around. Keep in mind that these offers generally require a stellar credit rating. Those of us with lousier financial reputations can expect to pay more.

Use our survey as a baseline for your research. Then make some calls, be honest about your financial situation and credit rating, and be prepared to shop for everything: purchase price of the new vehicle, the residual value contracted at the end of the lease, mileage allowances, and the interest rate of the money used to support the transaction.

The $199 target price here is loose—some regions can offer the same vehicle at lower or higher rates. The charts include calculations for the total cost of each lease: money due at signing, total monthly payments, and additional costs such as lease-end disposition fees. Then we divide that total by the number of allotted miles in the lease to calculate a cost-per-mile charge assuming full use of the agreed-upon miles. If a manufacturer offers a $199 deal in one region, we’ll include that vehicle for all four ZIP codes from which we’re harvesting—in Southern California, Chicago, Ann Arbor, and New York City—even if the deal carries a nominal price higher or lower than $199 per month.

Every month the deals change. And this month, here are the highlights.


Deals of the Month

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Live in Michigan? Then Ford has a killer deal for you on a new Fusion SE. Just $119 per month after $1449 at signing. Yes, this lease only runs two years and 20,000 miles, but the cost per mile is just 20 cents. And any additional miles will be charged at only 15 cents each. Surprisingly, this deal isn’t restricted to Ford employees but to virtually any Michigander with a lofty credit rating. Meanwhile in Chicago, the same Fusion is $209 per month with $2669 due at signing—that’s 32 cents per mile.


The Autumn of the Accord Coupe

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Honda held out as long as it could. Low-key, mainstream, mid-size two-doors had been long ago abandoned by other manufacturers in the face of overwhelming consumer disinterest, but Honda kept pumping out the Accord coupe right up until the end of the 2017 model year. And while Honda isn’t making the Accord coupe anymore, there are enough left in dealer inventories that Honda is offering the four-cylinder Accord LX-S coupe on three-year leases for $189 or $169 a month. Factor in the money due at signing, and both leases cost the same $9014 over their life span. But hurry, because once these Accord coupes are gone, they’re gone.


Welcome to the Fray (Part One)

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Now competing for your $199-per-month lease attention, here’s Hyundai’s new Kona, a small, SUV-like crossovery thing. It’s yours on a three-year lease for $199 a month after $2399 at signing. Be the first on your block to get one. Or two.


Welcome to the Fray (Part Two)

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Also new to the list this month is Mitsubishi’s Eclipse Cross, which is also kind of small and SUV-like. Powered by a turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four, this is a promising new entry from Mitsubishi, even if some may view the use of the once-beloved Eclipse name on something other than a sports coupe as a betrayal of sorts. Mitsubishi is promoting leases of $189 per month for the front-drive Eclipse Cross and $257 per month for the all-wheel-drive version. But Mitsu is also asking a hefty $4388 at signing for the front-driver and $4531 for the AWD version.


Driver’s Choice

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Honda is still offering the sublime, 205-hp, six-speed-manual-only 2018 Civic Si in both coupe and sedan form near this price point: $209 or $229 per month with modest buy ins. We’ll keep mentioning this killer deal until you succumb and sign up for a lease—or Honda kills the deals.


Old Ironsides

2017 Nissan Frontier

Nissan is offering its well-seasoned, proven, classic—okay, it’s old, old, old—Frontier pickup at just $209 per month for a 4×4 after $3369 at signing on a three-year lease. But that’s only in the New York City region. The rest of us have to hack up $299 per month and put down between $2999 and $3999.


No-Money-Down Subaru

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Subaru offers several leases near the $199 price point, including an Impreza hatchback with a five-speed manual transmission, with nothing due at signing. That’s a lot of Subie even if you’re short on cash.


Michigan Is Chevy Country

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If you’re a General Motors employee in Michigan, Chevy is giving you the opportunity to acquire a new Silverado Double Cab 4×4 for $199 a month after $1949 at signing. That’s chump change for a full-size pickup. Keep in mind it’s for a low-mileage, two-year lease, but that’s still a lot of truck for the buck. Those who don’t work for GM and don’t live in Michigan? They pay more.


Michigan Is Ram Country

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Fiat Chrysler employees in Michigan can get their own screaming deal on a full-size pickup. FCA is offering them the opportunity to acquire a crew-cab Ram 1500 4×2 for $189 a month after a measly $1148 at signing. Again, it’s for a low-mileage, two-year lease, but that’s still a lot of truck for the buck. Those who don’t work for FCA and don’t live in Michigan? They pay more.


Michigan Is Ford Country

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Not to be left out, Ford is offering Michigan residents the F-150 XLT SuperCrew 4×4 for just $139 a month after $2229 at signing. As you’ve probably guessed, that offer is for a low-mileage, two-year lease. The big news here is that you don’t have to be a Ford employee. Ford is happy to lease an F-150 to GM employees, FCA employees, the self-employed, and the unemployed—provided their credit is good enough.


Remember the 6

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The Mazda 6 is a silky-smooth mid-size sedan that is often overlooked in the marketplace. But it’s there, and if you’re in the New York metropolitan area, a three-year, 36,000-mile lease is available for only $149 per month after $2499 at signing. That’s a bargain at only 21 cents per mile. It’s also a good chunk cheaper than what you’ll pay in other parts of the country.

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Next-Gen Toyota RAV4 to Make Debut Later This Month; Here’s What We Know

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Sales of Toyota’s RAV4 may be stronger than ever, but the current model is long in the tooth, so the RAV4 is headed for a makeover. Since the 2013 model year, when this generation of RAV4 made its debut, Toyota has seen top challengers such as the Honda CR-V and the Mazda CX-5 undergo major redesigns, and with the compact-crossover segment having become so important, the RAV4 can’t afford to fall behind. Thus, Toyota will introduce the completely redesigned 2019 RAV4 at the 2018 New York auto show at the end of this month.

The announcement comes as no surprise; we’ve seen Toyota testing camouflaged versions of the new RAV4. Judging from the spy photos and this teaser, we anticipate the next RAV4 will adopt influences from the FT-AC concept that made its debut at the 2017 Los Angeles auto show. The body looks bulkier aft of the rear wheels, and the front end loses its pointed nose for a flatter, more upright grille. At the rear, the new RAV4 appears to retain its shelflike 3D taillights.

We expect the RAV4 will ride on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, see a bevy of tech updates (possibly including Apple CarPlay), and adopt a full complement of standard safety features. So far, Toyota has ignored the trend toward small turbocharged engines, and we don’t think that’ll change for the 2019 RAV4; the new model may very well carry on with an improved version of the 2.5-liter four-cylinder it uses today. A hybrid option will be offered again as well. Finally, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the recently added Adventure model return as Toyota tries to bring more excitement to its lineup.

Crossovers are major money pots for all major manufacturers these days, and the RAV4 has passed the Camry to become Toyota’s top-selling vehicle, meaning that the importance of the new RAV4 cannot be understated. Look for more details leading up to the 2019 RAV4’s debut on March 28.

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That’s a Buick? GM Deleting Name Badge on All Buick Models

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Buick will delete its badge nameplate from all models starting with the 2019 Envision, a marketing ploy that may actually cause people outside the brand’s TV commercials to wonder, “Is that a Buick?”

The news, first reported by GM Authority and confirmed by Buick to Car and Driver, could be seen as an admission that the Buick nameplate doesn’t appeal to customers looking at foreign competition—or even the blingy GMCs sold at the same dealerships. The change will only affect the “Buick” badge on the decklid or liftgate, which is the only exterior marking spelling out David Dunbar Buick’s last name—one that has had a 115-year history in American car culture. Buick badging on doorsills, infotainment screens, and other parts won’t change. Buick may opt to fill the blank space on its top-spec models with an Avenir badge, the expensive trim that Buick introduced as its own analogue of sorts to GMC’s Denali.

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“The decision was made for global consistency, but is also backed by research that indicates the Buick tri-shield logo is very recognizable on its own,” said spokesman Stuart Fowle.

The last Buick without a name badge was the flashy, avant-garde Riviera coupe from 1995 to 1999. Oldsmobile tried something similar with the 1995 Aurora, which didn’t say “Oldsmobile” anywhere and instead sported a stylized A logo that confused interested customers into looking for the car at rival dealerships. But despite an image built by elderly Americans buying their last Park Avenue—in the late 2000s, the brand’s average buyer was more than 70 years old—should the name disappear from the cars? Focus groups might answer every which way, but to us, a Buick will always be a Buick.

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Ferrari Won’t Abandon Internal-Combustion Engines, Will Make Its Cars Prettier

In a far-reaching question-and-answer session at the 2018 Geneva auto show, Ferrari laid out its plans for a busy next few years. Besides the brand’s current standoff with Formula 1, there is its first-ever foray into building sport-utility vehicles (next year) and looming pressure from fuel-economy and emissions regulations. So how does Ferrari plan to tackle it all? On hybrids . . .

Ferrari’s sole hybrid thus far is the LaFerrari, it’s sold-out, range-topping hypercar.

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2018 Lexus RX350L FWD Tested: The Three-Row RX

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What happened to the once adorable Lexus RX? Is a third row of seats a betrayal of what the RX has been and should be? Or is it the embodiment of what it always was destined to become? Such are the epistemological dilemmas that arise with the arrival of the 2018 Lexus RX350L. READ MORE ››

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2018 BMW X3 in Depth: Dual-Purpose Driving Pleasure

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For those like us who have been disappointed in the most recent batch of BMWs, which have seemingly forsaken driving verve, we’ve got good news: The verve is back! Surprisingly, it’s back not in the form of a BMW sedan but in the all-new X3 crossover. Poised for success with a dual-purpose nature, it should appeal to luxury-crossover shoppers and enthusiast drivers alike. The standard—we couldn’t possibly call it “base”—xDrive30i model comes with a sweet turbocharged four-cylinder, standard all-wheel drive, and a premium cabin. Power-hungry buyers will want to try the X3 M40i, which utilizes BMW’s brilliant turbocharged inline-six to muscle its way down the road. Technologically speaking, the new X3 is head and shoulders above the model that it replaces, offering both a modernized iDrive infotainment system and a host of available active safety features. READ MORE ››

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2018 BMW X3 – In-Depth Review

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