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10 New Sports Coupes for 2024-2025 MY (Interior and Exterior Review)

10 New Sports Coupes for 2024-2025 MY (Interior and Exterior Review)

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In the age of SUVs and crossovers, sedans and hatchbacks have already fallen victim to the shift in consumer preferences. Luckily, there is still some demand left for coupe cars, especially performance coupes. So, in today’s video, we will be looking at the newest models that manufacturers presented for 2024 and 2025 model years. 

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00:00 Introduction

00:25 Dodge Charger

For the 2025 model year Dodge is introducing electrified powertrains for the first time in the Charger history. It doesn’t mean that the vehicle will be all-electric now, since gas-powered options (including a twin-turbo inline-six) are still available.

01:57 Ford Mustang GTD

A highly-capable track car out of the factory – this is how we can easily describe the upcoming Mustang GTD. With the power output reaching 800 horsepower, this model can show the 7-minute lap time at the Nürburgring track, as well as reach the top speed of 190 mph.

04:34 Rezvani Beast

This high-performance vehicle with a removable targa top is based on the Chevy Corvette but has a host of critical performance upgrades. The mid-mounted twin-turbo 6.2-liter V8 engine has a peak output of 1,000 horsepower and needs just 2.5 seconds to reach the 60 mph speed..

05:56 Mercedes AMG GT63 S E Performance

Described by the manufacturer as the quickest-accelerating production coupe that the brand has produced up to date, the 2025 GT63 S E Performance is a treat for any speed-craving driver. To achieve the 2.7-second 0-60 mph acceleration time, Mercedes used a hybrid powertrain with a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 and two auxiliary rear electric motors that are powered by a 6.1 kWh battery.

07:22 Ferrari 12cilindri

On the outside, it seems that the Ferrari is using a slightly revised design approach, different from everything we’ve seen in the past years. Here a more futuristic approach with clean body lines and sharp DRLs that emerge resemble sharp blades.

08:57 BMW 4 Series and M4

As for the design and body parts, BMW started using more lightweight aluminum materials in the side panels, doors, and chassis components, introduced slimmer LED headlights.

10:35 Aston Martin Vantage

The elegant British design of the 2025 Vantage features an enlarged front grille, a refreshed LED headlamp design, and 21-inch alloy rims. The power comes from a twin-turbocharged V8 engine, which puts to use 656 horses to reach the limited top speed of 202 mph.

12:12 Chevrolet Camaro Collector’s Edition

Since GM is trying to turn over a new leaf in the history of Camaro, this is probably your last chance to get this vehicle. In 2024 it will also be offered with a special Collector’s edition package that brings Panther Black metallic paint, black stripes, 20-inch black wheels, and the front splitter.

13:37 TWR Supercat

TWR Supercat is that brand’s first attempt at making a proper retro-inspired supercar that took a team of aspiring car enthusiasts two years to complete.

15:02 Callum Designs C-X 75 Scramble

If you are a big fan of James Bond movies, you would be thrilled to learn about today’s bonus entry. It’s the restored version of the last remaining Jaguar stunt car that was used in the 2015 "Spectre" movie. The stunt cars in the movie were copies of the Jaguar C-X75 concept that never made it to production.

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