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With a new year just around the corner, we’ve chosen for you five super appealing cars to spend your money on or at least feast your eyes at that got our attention in 2015.

BMW 750i xDrive

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This sedan from BMW has a big V8 engine with 445HP and reaches 60 mph in 4.3 seconds. Beside its automatic transmission on all-wheel-drive, the car has amazing in-back features like massive panoramic sunroof spanning from the front to the two rear executive seats. For a bonus, you can get a massage if you feel like it in the middle of traffic just by sitting in it.

Aston Martin DB9 GT

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Worthy of the Bond series, Aston made the DB9 GT model with a V12 engine, an automatic 6-speed transmission and rear-wheel drive. It’s 0.2 seconds slower that the BMW 750i xDrive as it reaches 60 mph in 4.5 seconds. It has a top speed of over 180 mph and while it is practical as it has a back seat, taking it for a ride just by yourself can be pretty rewarding.

Ferrari 488 GTB

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This exotic beauty sports a 660 HP V8 engine that will hit 60 mph in 3 seconds. Being the first model from Ferrari in a number of years to use turbocharged power, it gets 15 mpg in the town and 20 mpg on the highway. This one shows us that power can meet beauty and be drivable on a daily basis, too. If you’re looking to get yourself a Ferrari as a New Year present, definitely go for this one.

Bentley GT Speed

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This is the fastest convertible with four seats that you can find on the auto market at the moment and it reaches 60 mph in just 4 seconds. The shiny and sparkly Bentley has 21-inch alloy wheels, a diamond lattice grill, polished LED headlights and it keeps its strength with a 626 HP V12 engine. Sign us up!

Tesla P90D

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This electric Model S from Tesla is a hot alternative for those who’re interested both in speed and the eco trend. It stands right at the top with the Lamborghini Huracan and the McLaren 650S models as it reaches 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds. The non-pretentious model can go on for 300 miles before it needs a recharge and it does not use fossil fuel. It’s quite spacious and it offers you a big touch-screen control panel at front which is both easy and fun to use.