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7 cars that we are thankful to have in 2018

2018 has been a great year for car brands, with loads of fantastic cars blooming into the world. Let's take a last look back at 7 cars that we are thankful that came out.

1: 2018 Jeep Wrangler

For those of you who wanted to get off-road and have your own adventure let the latest Jeep Wrangler be perfect for that. It has removable doors, powered fabric roof and an adjustable windscreen with a couple of other features. All of this is just for £60,000.

2: Ferrari 488 Pista

You just fall in love with the Ferrari 488 Pista and its hot looks. 0-62 mph (0100 km/h) in this 211 mph beast just takes 2.85 seconds. But unless you have £230,000 in your wallet you can only admire the beauty of 488 Pista.

3: Lamborghini Urus

Don't think just because the Lamborghini Urus is just another SUV that it can't go off-road. Earlier this year Lamborghini took a squad of Urus SUVs to conquer Iceland and they did succeed against the cold, ice and wet weather.

4: 2018 Hyundai i30N Fastback

Hyundai has made models bloodline a bit for exciting with this- the Hyundai i30N Fastback. It may cost £20,310 but you are getting quite a lot for your money such as a limited top speed of 155 mph. While 0-62 mph just takes 6.4 seconds.

5: Peugeot 508

Peugeot is mainly known for making massive SUVs but this time they threw a wildcard into the ring with the eye catching 508. It is expected to rival the Volkswagen Passat, Ford Mondeo and the Mercedes C-Class.

6: 2018 Ford Fiesta ST

Ford Fiesta St's are fun and enjoyable hatches to drive and Ford has successfully made the latest model live up to the name. It has a turbocharged 2.0-litre 1-4 Ecoboost that helps it produce a mouth watering 252 hp.

7: Rolls Royce Cullinan

Rolls Royce makes pure luxury cars and the Cullinan hit the mark. It has a Rolls Royce price of £230,000 and is named after the largest diamond in the world. The Cullinan also uses the same 6.75 litre twin-turbocharged engine in the Rolls royce Phantom.

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