See the other nine at AutoGuide.comTurbocharged vehicles are quickly becoming the answer to having a fuel-efficient vehicle, with exciting performance. They seem to all be geared towards the sensible enthusiast, offering sporty dynamics, while still getting solid fuel efficiency.
Here’s some of the upcoming turbo-charged vehicles you can expect in the next few years. We’ve got some spy-pictures, and concept designs, even though some details of these cars are still unknown.
10. Buick Verano Turbo
Buick has already seen some success with its Regal Turbo and GS. Now with the 2013 Verano Turbo, the GM premium brand is adding some sport to its efficient compact premium model with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 250-hp and 260 lb-ft of torque.
Helping to make this even more enjoyable is an available six-speed manual transmission, while the car also gets a dual exhaust setup, sports pedals and a rear spoiler.
The Verano Turbo looks like a solid way for Buick to reel in younger buyers and enthusiasts to the brand. It also helps broaden the range of vehicles Buick is offering. Expect the Verano Turbo to be available in late 2012.