Ferrari's new grand tourer created a lot of confusion among petrolheads, namely for looking like an Aston Martin and stretching the definition of a GT car. Its 3.9 liter twin-turbo V8 produces an ungodly 611 HP, and the transmission comes standard with a Race mode. Moreover, the car has Ferrari's latest Side Slip Control system, meaning this car is as capable of going on a long drive and as it is at shredding lap times. Does this mean the owners of this Italian Stallion will take it to the track? Unlikely, as Ferrari's own advertisement openly admits the Roma will spend most of its life being looked at on exotic locations and will likely never see a track in its entire life. We can hope otherwise.
Audi A3 Sportback
The most budget-friendly Audi just entered its fourth generation and it looks sporty. The new A3 is slightly bigger than its previous generation, with a new aggressive exterior featuring a large front grille and large bumper intakes On the interior, the car is now much more driver-focused, with the car's shiny new 10.1-inch infotainment screen being canted toward the driver to prove the point. For all the visual sportiness, the car's powerplant remains the same, with that base model three-cylinder putting out a pedestrian 110 Hp. Still, it has more than enough for the streets of Dhaka, and with its amazing weight distribution and suspension, it would run circles around any fielders that dares to challenge it.