15 Sexy Cars You Won’t Want to Miss at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show

When you’re get to the Chicago Auto Show this year, you’ll want to keep your eyes peeled for some of the industry’s sexiest vehicles.

New Acura NSX in Nouvelle Blue

2017 Acura NSX – The first 2017 NSX just sold for $1.22 million to NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick. Unless you can afford to make him an offer, you’ll want to get up close to the one Acura will have at their booth. Location: Super Car Gallery, North Exhibit Hall


2016 Audi R8 – If you swooned when you saw Audi’s “Commander” commercial during the Super Bowl, you’re practically guaranteed to have the same reaction when you see it in person. Location: Super Car Gallery, North Exhibit Hall

BMW i8

2016 BMW i8 Hybrid – Sure, it hasn’t changed a lot since its MY 2014 debut but it’s one of those cars that, every time you see it, can’t help but make you think, “Darn that looks good.” Location: Super Car Gallery, North Exhibit Hall


2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray – Offering up stunning numbers as the Z06 with its LT4 version that comes equipped with a 6.2L supercharged V-8 engine delivering 625-horsepower and 635 lb-ft of torque, the Z06 is enough to make you want to buy a poster of it for your bedroom wall no matter how old you are. Location: Super Car Gallery, North Exhibit Hall


2016 McLaren 650S Spider – When something looks this aerodynamic, it’s going to make your head turn. When you realize it’s a hardtop convertible with a top speed of 204-mph you’ll be wondering what assets you can liquidate to purchase one. Location: Super Car Gallery, North Exhibit Hall


2016 Lotus Exige S Club Racer – This Lotus is meant for the street but it doesn’t mean it’s any less stunning. Despite its street driving restrictions, the Club Racer can still get from 0-to-60-mph in a 3.8-seconds, which is much faster than you can walk to it from the Auto Show’s entrance. Location: Super Car Gallery, North Exhibit Hall


2016 Dodge Viper SRT – The Viper will end its run in 2017 but there’s still time to catch it in all its glory both at auto shows and in showrooms across the country. Location: Super Car Gallery, North Exhibit Hall


2017 Infiniti Q60 – A low stance and muscular body will pull you in when you see the Q60 in person. Even better is that its price tag means that it’s actually attainable for a wide audience so feel free to linger and stare. Location: Infiniti, South Exhibit Hall


Acura Precision Concept – If you think the NSX is good, get a load of this darling. It’s body styling is said to be a look into the future of the brand which, from our point of view, looks very, very good. Location: Acura, South Exhibit Hall


2016 Scion FR-S – Though Scion is leaving, the FR-S is not. Set to be born again with a Toyota badge, you’ll want to get a good look at the coupe up close before the transformation begins. Location: Scion, North Hall


2016 Mazda SEMA MX-5 Speedster and Spyder – The vehicles, which debuted at SEMA last year have made their way to Chicago and appear just as sexy as ever. Though you can’t buy these at a dealership, you can buy the Miata, which is worth a look too. Location: Mazda, North Hall


2016 Ford GT – This time last year we were had just gotten our first peek at the GT. Where has the time gone?! You’re invited to ogle the GT’s sexy lines again this year. Location: Super Car Gallery, North Exhibit Hall 


2016 Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder – This car screams, “Take me to Miami and take off my top!” Low to (not all that) high, its smooth exterior with sharp lines makes the the Huracan a must-see. Location: Super Car Gallery, North Exhibit Hall 


2016 Jaguar F-Type Coupe – From front to tail end the F-Type Coupe will draw you in. The sleek, sexy exterior is head-turning while it’s aggressive stance makes you stare just a little longer than you would at most of the Auto Show’s displays. Location: Jaguar, South Exhibit Hall

images courtesy of their subject matter’s respective manufacturer

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