It’s the last day of the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show. Every day of the show so far, Autobytel’s Editor-in-Chief, Michelle Naranjo, has had a Fab Five list of the top vehicles in every category. And today, Michelle will be talking about the overall best cars from across the show. The Jaguar F-Type, an Autobytel favorite, takes the top spot, and it’s even better now that the R trim level gets all-wheel drive as a standard feature. The coupe and convertible feature some recent exterior refreshes, and the 550-horsepower engine gives this exceptionally stylish car plenty of power. Up next is a new addition to the Land Rover lineup, the Discovery Sport, offering plenty of performance despite its stylish trimmings. Despite the death of Carroll Shelby two years ago, the Shelby name is still going strong, and the Mustang GT350 proves it with an estimated 500+ horsepower under the hood. Cadillac comes next with the dramatic ATS-V sedan, providing 455 horsepower courtesy of a 3.6-liter twin-turbo V6 powerplant. It’s finished off with characteristic Cadillac luxury and thoughtful performance-inspired touches. The Audi R8 Competition wraps up the Fab Five Overall Picks of the 2014 LA Auto Show, and the show might be your only chance to see one, since Audi’s making just 60 examples of this special edition.
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