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The 5 Best Executive Cars Of 2018

Cars make life convenient when it comes to commuting. Executive cars are some of the sleek productions that lure the elite crowd who prefer comfort and style. Here are the five best executive cars of 2018 worth checking out.

Mercedes Benz S-Class

The Mercedes Benz S-Class fleet is the epitome of class as it represents luxury at its best. While it is available to many users as would afford it, it has exclusive features that make it stand out from the crowd. For instance, the new improved driving assistance systems provide a stress-free travel encounter through tracking the traffic on the road for up to 500m ahead. For ease of access, the automobile has all essential controls located on the steering wheel. The safety standard assistant is another perk evident in S-class cars. Visual and audio forewarnings are given to the driver if the car detects that there is a possibility of having a collision to help them take control of the situation.

Jaguar I-Pace

While other luxury cars have focused on improving their features, Jaguar has taken the lead for being the first executive car to have an all-electric powered system. Owners have to charge the vehicle using a control system located on the outside of the car. It can accelerate to 60mph within five seconds. The I-Pace accommodates a driver and four passengers effortlessly.

Range Rover

The Range Rover is a Sports luxury SUV. With up to four generations available in the line, SUV lovers have a variety to choose from when shopping for this car. Comfort is a priority considering that the driver, co-driver, and rear passengers can all adjust the temperature to suit their preferences. With leather seats, Meridian sound system, and a rear-view camera, it is undeniable that this car is meant to provide a sense of belonging aside from just the convenience of easy commuting. Although the car has received a lot of criticism in regards to its high consumption of fuel and its implications on the environment, it seems to be winning the hearts of SUV lovers across the globe.

Audi A8

One of the most appealing aspects of this car is in its ability to self-drive, making it one of the most technologically advanced automobiles in the world. Rear passengers can enjoy foot warming benefits that have otherwise been a reserve of front passengers. The vehicle is optimized in such a manner that it scans the road ahead to check for imperfections and adapts the suspensions to absorb these irregularities. Lucky for you, it is possible to lease the car for some time and do a test drive. This will help you decide whether the car is a perfect fit for you or not. You can visit the Intelligent Car Leasing website for more details on how to go about leasing the Audi A8.

BMW 7 Series

Traveling in this car has the illusion of being in a limousine. Not only is this aspect depicted in length, but also in the reclining and massage feature that rear passenger can enjoy. Additionally, there is an LED panoramic sunroof, which recreates the sky on a starry night. Surprisingly, you can control the car using hand gestures. The BMW 7 Series has a mixed driving function that allows the owner to use fuel or charge the battery to power all its functions.

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