We all are super ready to venture a decent goodbye to 2020 as it is getting close to a finish line. You may be excited to explore what is coming in the upcoming decade, especially in the car market. Some may be all-new, while others may be a redesign of a prior model.
However, all over the globe, the car shoppers would be wondering just one thing: Should I purchase today or wait for something different?
In the following blog, we will help you answer that question by exploring new upcoming cars. You may observe a delay in the debut of a few models due to the pause button pressed by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, we will have a sneak peek of it.
- 2021 Alfa Romeo GTV:
After drumming out BMW M3 with the Guilia Quadrofolio, it seems like now Alfa Romeo is all set to overhaul the M4 with the new GTV car. It is tough to get over Quadrofolio after watching its dreadful authenticity report. But who does not like to have the most stunning ever (or say a two-door coupe) car? The gorgeous Italian sports car is on the way to shake the floor and show its competitors a backdoor.
- 2021 Audi e-Tron GT:
The forthcoming Audi e-Tron GT is a four-door fearless-looking sedan, which shares its platform with the Porsche Taycan sports car. Its chiselled bodywork and occupied front end have already enthralled many car shoppers. Audi is estimating that the all-wheel-drive sports car can go from zero to 60 mph in a brisk of 3.5 seconds. Impressive, isn’t it? This mesmerising sports car seems to reach the showrooms sometime in early 2021.
- 2021 Hyundai Kona N:
Undoubtedly, Hyundai is cooking up a spicier version of its Kona SUV. Recently, the company has unveiled the smart enhancements of Kona N, which is smoother and voguish. It is larger than its ancestor by 40mm with an additional rear-seat legroom area and cargo volume. However, it has much in common with the Hyundai’s i30 N hatchback and will face off against the new Ford Puma ST. So, readers, it would be worth watching!
- 2021 BMW i4:
The 2021’s BMW i4 is soon to write its chapter in the book of BMW Group. The already unveiled first all-electric model has an eye-catching style with a fastback roofline, short overhangs, and a long wheelbase. You can anticipate powerful performance, high-end leisure, and innovative technology from the forthcoming BMW i4. Designed to compete with the Tesla Model 3, this i4 model may be the quickest BMW car on the block.
- 2021 Electra Meccanica Solo:
In the COVID-19 world, the Electra Meccanica Vehicles Corp is all set to release the socially distanced solo commuting car called Solo. It is a unique single-seat three-wheeled electric vehicle, which will bring the glory days of Top Gear back. Yes, to some, it may look silly, while others like a pencil sharpener. When viewed from inside, it resembles more like a giant shoe. Electra Meccanica Solo, built by China (of course), is expected to get delivered in late December or early 2021.
- 2021 Nissan Ariya:
With the introduction of Nissan Ariya, Nissan is taking its electric car expertise to a new level. This electric crossover will have a minimum range of about 300 miles on a single charge. Along with hands-off driving (only in certain situations), this breakthrough innovation has refined minimalism on the horizon. So, with Nissan Ariya, you’ll experience a new way at ease and in control.
- 2021 Polestar 2:
The second car of Volvo’s subsidiary, Polestar, is an all-new electric vehicle with no other older models available. It uses a pair of electric motors to achieve a zero to 62 mph time of 4.7 seconds with a four-door fastback. With its second car, Polestar is striving the two birds one stone approach to battle the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y in terms of technology and model. All in all, Polestar 2 is a great car.
- 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Z06:
The upcoming Chevy Corvette Z06 looks more popular than the mainstream C8, all thanks to the flared fenders and large air scoops. Also, recently the bubble of anticipation related to mid-engine Corvette has busted; it will feature a free-breathing, 5.5-liter, flat-plane V-8. Well, it has many extra-ordinary features to wait for its arrival. Specifically, the sedan will offer you the option to equip it with a set of carbon-fibre wheels.
- 2022 BMW X8 M:
BMW’s latest and hottest SUV, the BMW X8, has a more aggressive design than the X7. If you believe in the sources, then BMW has trademarked ‘X8 M’ after doing the same for ‘X8’ several years ago. It could also mean that the company may be working on a new super-luxurious SUV with a high-performance M variant. Additionally, the X8 model is likely to deliver a little more oomph and a bit long electric driving range.
- 2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV:
Ferrari is finally to enter the performance SUV ring in 2022. Are you surprised by Ferrari’s bold new path? For now, this new creation of Ferrari is being referred to by the Purosangue name. This brand will go up against the Lamborghini Urus and Rolls-Royce Cullinan, maybe not in performance but the price for sure.
- 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing:
CT5-V, wearing the name of Blackwing, is the hottest and all-out hyper-performance version of Cadillac. This new sports sedan has a 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 engine with a few updates in styling and interiors. The teaser of this version is already out, so hopes of car shoppers have aroused. Besides, to beat its predecessors, the Blackwing car will also have to measure with rivals from Germany.
- 2024 Aston Martin Vanquish:
Aston Martin has a record of producing expensive and high-performance sports cars with engines at the front. But now it is risking the legacy on a mid-engine future that compromises Vanquish, the next-generation four-wheeler. It will feature a new hybrid V-6 power train, which Aston Martin is building in-house. As you can see that its engine is behind the driver seat, it is targeting the defining dream machines of the moment, such as the Ferrari 8 Tributo.
It’s decision time!
Even at the age of 24 hours’ delivery, 5G network, and self-checkout, you can’t hasten on a few things. And one of those things is purchasing a new car. Above are a few forthcoming sedans, with some of them already unveiled. So, based on your needs and budget, you can make up your valuable decision.
Most of us know away too little when upgrading a four-wheeler. Only determining which car to buy considering your needs and budget isn’t enough. You must also decide which accessories you should install in your sedan to make your drive more enjoyable. For that, know which are the must-have tech accessories for your car.