Kelly & Michael: 2014 Sports Cars
After looking at Versatility Vehicles and Green Cars, Kelly & Michael continued on with their Auto Show Week, and they were really excited because it was sporty car day. They got to see some beautiful cars. Alan Taylor from the Radio show Drive came back for Live’s New York Auto Show Week. He came to show some incredible sports cars.
Kelly and Michael: Alfa Romeo 4C Review
Kelly went up to the first covered car. “I already know I want what’s under that sheet,” she said. Alan was really excited because America hasn’t seen this car in over 25 years. It was the Alfa Romeo 4C. It’s handmade by the Maserati artisans. It has 237 horsepower. This marks the return to the US market for the Alfa Romeo. The 4C costs $70,000.
Kelly & Michael: Subaru WRX STI Review
Taylor understood that the Alfa Romeo might be just a little too expensive for some people. So next he showed the Subaru WRX STI. The WRX costs $26,000 and it has 305 horsepower. Allen told Kelly & Michael that this car was rally inspired. Michael got in and everyone was shocked to see that Michael can fit!
Kelly and Michael: Porsche Macan Review
Taylor loved the third car. In fact, he pulled the sheet off the car with gusto. He said the Indonesian word for tiger, is Macan. And then he showed the Porsche Macan. The Macan costs. $49.000. He said it goes from 0 to 60 same way as the 911. It has 22-inch wheels.
Kelly & Michael were surprised to see an SUV. But it’s a sporty SUV, Taylor said. Porsche only makes sports cars. It’s perfect for someone who wants a sports car with a family. Michael got distracted by the Macan, but Taylor had to pull him away to show him the next car that Michael would love.
Kelly & Michael: BMW M4 Review
The last car was the return of the BMW M4 convertible. It has inline. Plus the convertible top is a hard top that goes up in 26 seconds. Kelly got a little lost when Taylor and Michael started talking about horsepower and technical terms. She didn’t understand what they’re talking about.
The New York Auto Show is at the Javits Center from April 18-27, 2014.