Top 10 Most Significant New Vehicles for 2008

Big changes are coming for the auto industry, and the most significant new vehicles — from the Cadillac CTS to the Nissan GT-R — seem ready to deliver on all the hopes that are riding on their success, according to the Web site www.egmcartech.com/2007/11/27/top-10-most-significant-new-vehicles-for-2008/.

Heading into 2008, American luxury carmakers are poised for a comeback, strides are being made in alternative fuels and safety, and the “bigger is better” mantra from U.S. consumers is starting to show signs of fading.

Top 10 Most Significant New Vehicles for 2008:

10. Cadillac Escalade Hybrid/Chevy Tahoe Hybrid/GMC Yukon Hybrid
9. Infiniti EX35
8. Jaguar XF
7. Lincoln MKS
6. Mercedes-Benz C-Class
5. Nissan GT-R
4. Smart ForTwo
3. Audi R8
2. BMW 1-Series
1. Cadillac CTS

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