When it comes to window shopping, bigger is always better. So, why not start the bidding at 500 horsepower? Take a look at some of the most impressive luxury car images of 2020 to attract buyers to your exotic dealership.
Aston Martin DBS Superleggera
This stylish sports car truly embodies the aesthetic of success in 2020. Its modern design and powerful performance metrics make it a great choice for advantageous commuters and avid drivers.
Although the frame is indicative of the Aston Martin trademark, the hexagonal grill provides a unique visual element that’s also practical. This fixture feeds oxygen into the powerful 715 horsepower engine.
The DBS Superleggera is dominated by a breath-taking hexagonal grille, combining a sense of unbounded strength with the most natural beauty. This sets the visual agenda for the entire car while simultaneously feeding the insatiable appetite for oxygen of the mighty 715bhp engine.
Buyers can choose between the coupe or convertible models, but both top out at speeds of 211 MPH. The 12-cylinder engine is a top contender on the luxury market. Plus, the sleek all-aluminum design is sure to turn heads no matter how you look in the driver’s seat.
The retail price point for the 2020 model starts at $307,000.
Audi RS6 Avant
When it comes to station wagons, high-performance isn’t a word you’re going to hear thrown around too often. But, this robust vehicle boasts 591 horsepower.
This luxury performance wagon packs a punch with a twin-turbo V8 engine paired with its streamlined design.
Sitting on a modern set of 22-inch wheels, the RS6 Avant is the ideal solution for buyers who are looking for style and practicality.
The 2020 model starts at just under $102,000 retail.
With more than 500 horsepower and 467 pound-feet of torque, the GT-R has certainly earned its sportscar title. This is a super performance vehicle that has everything you need to feel like you’re floating on the freeway.
The GT-R has the same level of quality and performance that Nissan is known for, with an improved lightweight design and enhanced handling. That, paired with its powerful 3.8-L twin-turbo V6 engine, makes it one of the top choices for anyone who wants to keep a racecar in their garage.
The Nissan GT-R is highly customizable, but base models start at $113,000 MSRP.
Bentley Continental GT V8
Bentley is a brand that clearly leads the luxury market, and the Continental GT is known for its refined, effortless performance. Choosing the right images will definitely impact the turnover of this aisle of your high-end dealership.
Buyers can choose to go with either coupe and convertible options, and they have the option to decide between a W12 or a V8 engine. Full-length photos and low angles can highlight this vehicle as a muscle car.
To take one of these off the lot, stickers start at $202,500.
This two-door compact is manufactured in two models: the Carrera and the Targa. Both are available in coupe or convertible, and all options come with a rear-mounted, flat-six engine.
Its unmistakable Coke-bottle design helps this common model stand out from the rest of the sportscars on the road.
Starting at around $100,000, this model is on the low end of our list and can attract a wide pool of buyers.
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport
Many have dreamed about racing down the road in a proper action-movie sportscar. The Bugatti Chiron definitely lives up to its name, and it maintains the same level of signature performance and design that has made the brand such a driving force in the industry. But, only 30 lucky buyers get to take a unit home for themselves.
The record-breaking Super Sport is built to reach speeds of 300 miles per hour. With a W16 8.0L engine and unparalleled aerodynamics, this legendary car is also configured to generate negative lift while reducing resistance on the road.
While you might not have one of these on your lot, your most exclusive inventory deserves special attention. If you have a rare or special edition unit in your showroom, take advantage of strategic lighting in the images you use to help these models stand out in your promo material.
At an almost $3 million price point, this model is sure to make exotic enthusiasts stay on the pay for a few seconds longer.
With a supercharged engine at a fraction of the price of comparable luxury vehicles, the F-Type is a flexible option with all of the style of its six-figure competitors. If you’re feeling even more cost-conscious, you can get the 4-cylinder model instead of the V6.
Although this car retails at a starting price of just over $60,000, it’s hard to mistake its 400 horsepower engine and fully loaded setup for a standard market vehicle.
Ferrari SF90 Stradale
This plug-in hybrid defies any misconceptions that electric vehicles lack power. With the ability to climb from zero to 60 in 2.5, the SF90 Stradale’s 986 horsepower is a driving force in the hybrid industry.
The SF90 proves to high-end buyers that you don’t have to sacrifice power if you want an eco-friendly or alternatively powered vehicle.
This Ferrari model retails at a starting cost of $600,000 and tends to target clientele who value style and performance.
Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster
When it comes to comparing luxury high-performance cars, this Italian manufacturer can be found on any round-up list. This particular model comes with an ultra-light carbon fiber exterior and V12 engine under the hood. How much fun would it be to cut through the air at 217 mp/h?
The Aventador SVJ Roadster has a starting retail price of $574,000.
Acura is known for the speed and livability of its fleet, and the NSX is a perfect example of what has forged this brand’s reputation.
The perfect balance of striking high performance and everyday practicality, this model has a 3.5-L 6-cylinder engine and more than 500 horsepower to start every ride with a punch.
Want to take one of these homes? Falling into the median range of this list, the NSX retails at $157,500.
Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S
Are your buyers looking for a roomier option with that signature sportscar feel? Tell them to look no further than this 630 horsepower V8 GT.
With a twin-turbo 4.0-L engine, you’re sitting behind 664 pound-feet of torque and nine speeds of power. This model gives the ability to cover a quarter in 11 seconds, and you can even adjust the tire pressure if you climb above 156 MPH.
The key to marketing this type of car is to highlight all of the features that set it apart from smaller models. Include images of the rear exterior and interior, as well as the full length of the vehicle – and the amenities in each specific model.
Convinced that this is the car for you? Take the keys to the base model for $161,200.
The 8-Series proves time and time again that a grand tourer is a way to go when it comes to classic, contemporary style.
For those looking for a sportier cab, the Gran Coupe has the same eight-speed transmission and 335 horsepower. The shape and style of this type of vehicle is best shown with fractional images that focus on a particular angle or feature, rather than the entire car as a whole. This creates an elevated aesthetic, while also creating a motif on the page for each individual model.
There are a variety of customizations available, but the range for most 8-Series options is $88,895-$122,395 MSRP.