What are the top “Bad Boy” cars that TFLcar tested in 2014? Look no further.
5. 2015 Chrysler 300S
The 2015 Chrysler 300 has undergone a mid-cycle refresh. It has a bigger grille and subtle changes front and back. The interior has also been freshened up. The HEMI V8 Chrysler is still here and now gets the 8-speed automatic. However, the 300 SRT model is no longer offered. You should look at #1 on this list if you need more in-your-face type of power. The 2015 Chrysler 300 V6 model starts at $31,395.
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4. 2015 Lexus RC F
The oddly named RC F coupe is Lexus’ answer to a grand touring car. It combines fine luxury, refinement, and enough performance punch to wake up your neighbors. Lexus chose to go with a naturally aspirated 5.0L V8 and what a great engine it is. The 2015 Lexus RC F starts at $62,400.
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3. 2015 BMW M4
The BMW M4 made some waves as it replaced the fan-favorite BMW M3 coupe. This M-car is using turbo straight-six power to deliver a tremendous level of performance. It is still a benchmark that others aim to reach or beat. The 2015 BMW M4 starts at $64,200. (Notice how the RC F is priced at a similar level?)
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2. 2015 BMW Alpina B7
How do you combine high level of style and comfort with the performance of a racing car? If there is a way, then the 2015 BMW Alpina B6 is it. This is a luxurious cruiser that simply hums around town. However, it can put down serious numbers at the race track. Yes, the B7 feels comfortable on a racing track. Ok, so it’s not as nimble as smaller and lighter cars, but don’t be surprised if one overtakes you with four people in it. Price? If you have to ask … Ok, it starts at $117,300.
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1. 2015 Dodge Charger Hellcat
All the cars on this list are cool, fast, and loud. However, none of them are as fast, loud, and savage as the 2015 Dodge Charger Hellcat. This large four-door sedan is the most powerful production sedan at the time of introduction. It may not accelerate as quick as the Alpina B6, but it will hold it’s own on the high-speed Autobahn run. All this and the 707 horsepower are available at a starting price of $63,995.
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