Luxury. Wednesday , April 25th , 2018 - 10:35:00 AM
The first reaction of most is not to take ostrich too seriously; it's strange and unusual to coat the inside of a car with this exotic bird. However, most are impressed with the see the overall look of a car finished with this exotic bird, making ostrich skin one of the biggest upcoming trends in exotic leather and car interiors.
Nothing says love like legroom and this one has some to spare. 44 inches of it in the front seat and 38 inches in the back mean you won't have to stop as often to stretch your legs on those long trips. An improved 3.3L V6 engine will pump out 260 horsepower and, for those of you who desire that little extra bit, there's also an available 3.8L V6 that will push 283 ponies. Both engines are matched with a new 6-speed automatic transmission with manual shift control. Gas mileage numbers are in the area of 20/28mpg (city/highway) with the 3.3L V6.
The demand for luxury cars may have slowed down in the past couple of years due to the economic downturn, but it gradually picked up when the economy started to bounce back. This goes to show that ultra expensive vehicles are still relevant despite diminishing purchasing power or declining wealth. This also means that people pay a premium for prestige, and one way to do this is to buy cars that only the filthy rich can afford. However, just like in the ordinary car category, these expensive cars have their own segments as determined by the car manufacturers themselves.
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