Every year, Robb Report publishes the “Best Cars of the Year” list. It features the best car available in each segment. It’s no surprise to us that this year it would be featuring some O’Gara brand favorites.  Take a look at how many O’Gara models made the list.

Grand Tourer: McLaren GT 

Showcasing a new type of every day drive for the McLaren Auto brand, the McLaren GT features 612HP, carbon-fiber monocoque chassis, aluminum body panels, and a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine. The 3,384-pound grand tourer model combines both power and a lighter body in the Sport Series line using Proactive Damping Control suspension and hydraulic steering to go long distance. With a larger 20.1 cubic feet of total luggage area and more comfortable interior, it’s no wonder why this super car GT is gaining traction for McLaren.  

Convertible: Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder 

Previously named Robb Report’s 2020 Car of the Year back in February, all-wheel-drive Evo Spyder boasts a stunning 640HP, naturally aspirated V-10, and top speed of 202 mph. Classic Lamborghini body style with aerodynamic lines perfectly streamline high intensity, open air driving. The goal for this convertible design was to eliminate the roof without scarfing speed efficiently or stiffness of the original Evo, and Lamborghini couldn’t have got it more perfect.  

Sedan: Bentley Flying Spur 

Another recent release for one of our O’Gara brands, the 2020 Flying Spur highlights a new “chauffeur” body style with incredible Bentley details and performance. The sedan hosts a new, larger body, 626 HP 12-cylinder, and four-wheel steering system to expand agility. The new Bentley multimedia system also got an upgrade with Bentley’s revolving display, digital touch screen, analog gauges and a wood veneers that complete the luxurious interior.  

SUV: Aston Martin DBX 

Aston Martin’s famed DBX uses a more function-focused approach by the brand to tackle distance and terrain. A three-chamber air-suspension system that incorporates a 48-volt active anti-roll bar, which uses up to 1,000 pounds of torque to counteract the vehicle’s inherent tendency to wallow. Active all-wheel drive with variable torque distribution and height adjustable air suspension, all provide DBX with the confidence and versatility you need in an SUV. 

Automotive Sound System: Naim for Bentley 

No one can argue that any other luxury brand has a better multimedia system than Bentley. Naim’s sonic engineers designed every function, speaker, volume, and spec to create a truly effortless music and sounds experience while driving a Bentley. With 2,200-watt/21-channel amp and 20 speakers, sound waves easily flow through the cabin even with a top down and AC blasting. Naim also developed eight unique Digital Signal Processor (DSP) settings to optimize the sound dependent on seating position and preferences like the Spoken Word Mode for podcast and audio book delivery. 

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