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5 Luxury Cars Guaranteed to Turn Heads in Westchester

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A new generation of head-turning 2021 automobiles has arrived, boasting both cutting-edge features and impressive designs.

2021 BMW M440i xDRIVE

BMW, White Plains, Mamaroneck
MSRP: $58,500

Those driving aficionados who love to make a statement would do well to consider this eye-catching 4-series coupe. Sporting sleek yet muscular lines, you’ll get plenty of attention around town with that polarizing, intumescent vertical kidney grille (you’ll love it or hate it; we kind of dig its I-don’t-give-a-fig-what-you-think arrogance), which trumpets intelligent all-wheel drive and a 3.0-liter, TwinPower Turbo inline-6 whose 382 horses require just 4.0 seconds to rocket from zero to 60.

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2021 Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet

Pepe Auto Group, White Plains
MSRP: $140,000

This year marks your last chance to let the wind run through your hair on I-287 in this coveted convertible, as M-B has announced it will no longer offer an S-class cabriolet or coupe as of 2022. Nevertheless, this stunning specimen of German engineering is accentuated with 64-color LED ambient lighting and dual 17.3” widescreen displays, not to mention the 463 twin-turbocharged horses under the hood to get you where you’re going with time to spare.

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2021 Audi e-tron Sportback Premium Plus Quattro

Pepe Auto Group, White Plains
MSRP: $80,495

Audi steps firmly into the next generation of all-electric SUVs with this iteration, boasting a 355-HP, two-motor, all-wheel-drive powerplant that can squeeze out 402 ponies for short bursts (in Sport mode). Zero-to-60 times hover around 5.5 seconds, with EPA estimates of 78 MPGe combined city/highway, all wrapped in a sleek exterior with whisper-quiet cabin.

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2021 Genesis G80 V6 AWD

BMW, White Plains, Mamaroneck
MSRP: $62,250

Say hello to a major new contender in the ranks of futuristic luxury sedans with this stunner from Hyundai’s Genesis division which, along with its vivid grill and sleek headlights, sports a twin-turbocharged, 3.5-liter, gas-powered V-6 engine and an automatic 8-speed transmission.

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Polestar 2

Polestar Manhattan, New York City
MSRP: $59,900

Volvo’s response to the Tesla, this futuristic, all-electric, low-slung SUV/sedan mélange features a rear hatch and 78kWh battery capable of delivering an EPA-estimated 233 miles (with combined MPGe of 92) on a single charge and a 300kW Long Range Dual Motor able to reach 60 mph from zero in an uber-quick 4.1 seconds.