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12 of the most advanced luxury cars for 2018

Motoring Research Logo By John Moroney of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 13: It used to be that couch-like comfort and library quiet defined the luxury segment, with slow and sedate being the preferred handling characteristics. Not any more. Now, high-tech powerplants with mythic outputs propel vehicles with such advanced handling that they could realistically win races. In the cabin, the latest crop of enlightened connectivity and infotainment systems keep driver and passengers in sync with the world at all times, while bathing them in theatre-like surround sound. Luxury vehicles are safer than ever and often feature active systems that help avoid accidents altogether. Near-autonomous functions relive the driver of mundane driving duties like stop-and-go traffic and even parking. These are some of our favorite vehicles that define the luxury segment.  Starting MSRPs are minus destination charges. Follow MSN Autos on Facebook and Twitter

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It used to be that couch-like comfort and library quiet defined the luxury segment, with slow and sedate being the preferred handling characteristics.

Not any more.

Now, high-tech powerplants with mythic outputs propel vehicles with such advanced handling that they could realistically win races. In the cabin, the latest crop of enlightened connectivity and infotainment systems keep driver and passengers in sync with the world at all times, while bathing them in theatre-like surround sound.

Luxury vehicles are safer than ever and often feature active systems that help avoid accidents altogether. Near-autonomous functions relive the driver of mundane driving duties like stop-and-go traffic and even parking.

These are some of our favorite vehicles that define the luxury segment.

Starting MSRPs are minus destination charges.

Follow MSN Autos on Facebook and Twitter

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