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Specialty Cars

The Niagara Frontier Automobile Dealers Association is once again very proud to have sponsored the 2017 Buffalo Auto Show and we strive to continue to bring you the newest concept and specialty cars available. Click a vehicle below to see an image and description.

Alpha Romeo 4C COUPE

Alfa Romeo 4CAlfa Romeo 4C is designed around the driver. Overall performance is superbly enhanced with numerous features designed to hone and improve each trip. Four-mode Alfa D.N.A. gives drivers the ability to create a customized vehicle experience according to driving conditions or desired vehicle responsiveness. Choose from its All-Weather, Natural, Dynamic or Race modes which make changes in throttle response, shifting speeds and traction control for a driving experience tailored to any situation.

Maserati Levante

Maserati LevanteThe Maserati Levante is in its element everywhere, inspiring your driving experience with its precise handling, exhilarating performance and unmatched Italian style. Exceptional engineering and a powerful drivetrain combine with elegant surfaces, a spacious leather interior and intuitive onboard controls to create a whole new class of SUV. Maserati’s unmistakable design is showcased beautifully in the sleek, sporty silhouette of the Levante. The assertive style of the front grille recalls the great sporting Maserati automobiles of the past. Levante features the legendary Trident badge, the ultimate symbol of exclusivity, refinement and elegance.

2017 Porsche Panamera

2017 Porsche PanameraPorsche’s all-new Panamera looks like a four-door sports car. Drives like one, too, if you twirl the Sport Chrono controller, which sharpens the powertrain and suspension responses. But the real genius of the new Panamera is that when you need it to be, it’s as smooth and quiet and comfortable as a four-door limousine. If you like driving an S-Class but hanker after a sports car, the 2017 Panamera is the Porsche for you. “Three things carry over from the old car,” says Gernot Döllner, the man in charge of the new Panamera’s development. “The vehicle concept, the Panamera name, and the Porsche crest.” The 2017 Panamera is new from the wheels up: new platform, new engines, new transmission, new technologies. But what everyone will notice first are the new proportions wrapped in sheetmetal that’s a new take on a familiar design theme. ntroduced in 2009 the original Panamera was—let’s be kind—an oddly hunchbacked thing, a legacy of then-Porsche boss Wendelin Wiedeking’s demand that his 6-foot-6-inch frame be readily accommodated in the rear seat of the first four-door Porsche in history. Wiedeking has long since gone, and the switch to VW Group’s new MSB platform hardware means Michael Mauer’s design team has been given the freedom to fix his vainglorious legacy.

2017 MINI Countryman

2017 MINI CountrymanThe new Countryman is almost eight inches longer than the old model but, at the reveal event, with admittedly little frame of reference, the crossover doesn’t look much bigger. Where owners will notice the size increase is inside. The new Countryman’s cabin is much roomier than before, giving it some space in the model lineup (no pun intended) from the also-larger Clubman. The front seats give the driver a commanding view out of the cabin, with the high-mounted seats helping to mitigate the van-like driving position of the latest Mini Hardtop. The new optional touchscreen nav (a non-touch version is standard) offers up a high-resolution screen and feels pretty snappy in operation. Although the touchscreen makes it easier to use Apple CarPlay, the system also includes an iDrive-like controller on the center console.

2017 Land Rover Discovery Sport

LandRoverDiscoverySportDiscovery Sport combines sleek, aerodynamic silhouette with legendary Land Rover capability and a flexible interior for a great-looking vehicle that does so much more. Cutting-edge controls distinguish an uncluttered dashboard that features an 8” Touchscreen and optional Head-Up Display with the latest technology for intuitive interaction. A 10.2” Touchscreen with Land Rover InControl Touch Pro is also available. With an optional sliding second row that can offer similar legroom to Range Rover, and an optional third row, you can adapt the space to meet loading or seating needs.

2017 Volvo S90

2017 Volvo S90This svelte sedan is the XC90’s under-the-skin twin; as a Volvo, it mixes style with safety in a decidedly Swedish way. The powertrains, however, are slightly less sporty. There’s a choice of four-cylinder engines: a 250-hp turbo (T5) or a 316-hp turbocharged and supercharged model (T6). Both pair with a silky eight-speed automatic. The ride is quiet and well controlled; steering is heavier than we’d like. Brakes are excellent. Tech includes Pilot Assist, which steers the car at up to 80 mph. The S90 cabin is inspired by the openness and calm of a Scandinavian home with featuring our intuitive Sensus system that keeps you connected wherever you are.

Bi-Fuel Chevrolet Impala

BiFuel Chevy Impala lgCompressed natural gas is less costly at the pump and significantly reduces carbon dioxide emissions compared to traditional liquid fuels such as gasoline. A separate CNG fuel tank, mounted in the trunk, enables the driver to switch between fuels at the push of a button. When the CNG tank is depleted, the system automatically switches to gasoline. The new bi-fuel Impala marries Chevrolet’s flagship sedan with unprecedented opportunity, offering a new choice for alternative-fueled transportation that burns cleaner from a mostly domestically sourced fuel,” said Dan Akerson, General Motors Chairman and CEO. “GM continues to demonstrate its commitment and leadership in energy diversity by building its presence in the gaseous fuel space, and specifically with CNG – one of the cleanest-burning fossil fuels available.

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