Whenever I hit the gas pedal and make a left turn the vehicle will not move forward. It gets stuck and makes a strange noise. I literally have to let off the gas before turning and coast. This also happens randomly when accelerating down a highway without any turns. To get the car to move again I have to let off the gas and re-apply the pressure gradually in hopes it'll catch. However, the left turn specifically triggers this strange effect on command.
Theres an intake leak, find it by listening for rpm change and spraying brake cleaner around the intake. They specifically rip around the plastic ribbing. This explains the power loss when accelerating. It would make a sound called "pinging" under heavy throttle.
Your transmission fluid is very low, this explains the power loss when you go specifically through a left turn. Check it after driving thru all the gears, while the car is on.
Sounds to me like either a transmission problem or a seized CV joint on the front wheel drive axle.
Damaged CV joints tend to make a clunking sound when under load, for instance while the car is making a turn under acceleration. They rarely fail suddenly, so for this to be the case the clunking sound (but not the seizing) should have been present for a while prior to your 'getting stuck' problems.