2018 is expected to be exciting, and we should get a lot of cool models. The future is bright when it comes to auto industry because of the new technologies, electrification, design languages, philosophy, etc. Here is the list of cars which will arrive as 2020 models and beyond. Enjoy.
20. 2020 Land Rover Road Rover
Land Rover is expected to launch a new sedan called the Road Rover, but this vehicle, which should arrive sometime in 2019, hasn’t been confirmed by the carmaker. What we can do is guess, and since the new car will share a platform with the upcoming XJ redesign, the Road Rover might end up looking slightly as Jaguar. Electric powertrain is expected as well mild off-road abilities.
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19. 2020 Genesis GV80
Genesis has big plans as they want to introduce three crossovers between 2019 and 2021. The first one in the line will be the GV80 midsize model, and we should expect something similar to the concept that was presented at New York’s Auto Show. The GV80 is officially confirmed, and you can see it on the official website of the carmaker, but the prices are still unknown.
18. 2020 Hyundai Santa Cruz Pickup
Hyundai presented a crossover-based light pickup concept called the Santa Cruz back in 2015 in Detroit. In 2017, they announced that Santa Cruz would be produced, which means that this model will arrive sometime in 2020. It is inspired by the Santa Fe crossover, but little is known about this car and its engine options.
17. 2020 Mazda Mazda3
Mazda has become famous for developing a homogeneous-charge combustion-ignition engine which reduces fuel consumption by about 30%. Meanwhile, the Japanese carmaker revealed the Kai concept in Tokyo and this model is expected to become the upcoming Mazda3 hatchback.
16. 2020 Volkswagen I.D. Crozz
Volkswagen is trying to forget the diesel fiasco, and they are producing cartoon-like electric vehicles. One of these is the I.D. Crozz which should arrive in the US in 2020. However, the exact date remains unknown, while this compact crossover coupe has two electric motors with a total output of 302 horsepower and the estimated range of 300 miles.
15. 2020 GM Electric Crossovers
In April last year, Chevy unveiled the FNR-X concept in Shanghai, and it appears that GM is interested in electric vehicles. GM CEO Mary Barra hinted at another zero-emission crossover that should arrive in 2020. Details are scarce, but it appears, that one or even both of these models will use platform that underpins the Bolt.
14. 2020 Apple iMaybe
Even though Apple’s self-driving car, Project Titan, is canceled, the company doesn’t give up on developing the technology. This new tech will be used for the Apple iMaybe. Even though we have heard that this car will go out in 2020 three years ago, we haven’t got anything since that.
13. 2020 Polestar 3 and 4
Volvo’s tuning studio called Polestar is going to become a new brand. Initially, they are going to introduce four electric vehicles which will be named Polestar 1-4. The first one will be a sports car, whereas the number two a sports sedan. Furthermore, number three is a compact crossover, whereas the last one will be a convertible. So far, Polestar didn’t reveal any details about the new cars, but since they will be made by Volvo’s offshoot, we expect good models.
12. 2020 Audi Sport EV
Audi Sport is Audi’s sub-brand, and their plan is to launch an Audi Sport EV by the end of 2020. However, this is everything we know about this car at this point, and the announcement focused more on the general plans of the sub-brand and their desire to create performance-oriented electric vehicles. Take this information with a pinch of salt, but we truly hope to see this model on the market in two years time.
11. 2020 Redspace REDS
The Redspace REDS is a vehicle which doesn’t even look like a car. It is more of a box with the lounge inside while REDS stands for Revolutionary Electric Dream Space. This is a completely innovative car with the cabin that can be rearranged for social gatherings whereas the roof is a solar panel. Even if the prototype is to be created, will this car be street-legal? Probably not, but it looks so cool, we had to include it here!
10. 2020 Mercedes-AMG GLE 63
Even though we will still have to wait for a long time before this redesigned Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 hits the streets, we are already excited about the car. The new model should feature an upgraded platform which is larger than the one used on its predecessor, which is great because the German carmaker will be able to stuff pretty much any engine under the hood.
9. 2020 BMW M3
BMW has big plans for the future. They announced in December 2017 that they wanted to launch 26 new or redesigned M models by 2020. That is a huge task, but will the company manage to do it? It remains to be seen, whereas according to the German manufacturer, we should expect a mix of M models and M-Performance trims. Of course, the M3 will take center stage, while the M4 will be next to it.
8. 2020 BMW X3e
In 2016, BMW said they wanted to create an all-electric version of the X3 SUV and one year after that they confirmed that the new X3e would be a 2020 model. The name remains unknown, and it can be called iX3 as well, on top of that, other details are scarce as well. When it comes to price, the X3e will slot between the base and top-end X3 trim, whereas the electric powertrain should be borrowed from the “i” lineup.
7. 2020 Cadillac Escalade and Escalade ESV
Cadillac will redesign its Escalade, and we are expecting a new 4.0-liter V8 engine as well as the plug-in hybrid option, which hasn’t been confirmed yet. According to the rumors, an independent rear suspension or an air suspension system will replace the solid rear axle, while design-wise, the new model will use some of the cues from the Escala concept.
6. 2020 Genesis G70 Coupe
We have already mentioned Genesis’ plans for the future, and we cannot wait for the coupe version to arrive. Just like the sedan, the G70 Coupe will sport turbo I4 engine as well as twin-turbo V6 units.
5. 2020 Hyundai Crossovers
According to the South Korean company, they should introduce eight crossovers by 2020. Some of these models will be redesigned such as Kona, Tucson, Santa Fe and Santa Fe Sport, while there are also plans for the launch of new models as well.
4. 2020 Jaguar F-Type
The F-Type will be revamped in 2020. Jaguar has confirmed that they want to electrify every model by that year. You can draw the conclusion, and while some sports car purists may dislike the idea, this is going to happen. However, we doubt that Jaguar will sacrifice elegance or performance, so we are anxious to see the new model.
3. 2020 Jeep Wrangler Plug-In Hybrid
The redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler will get a buddy – a new plug-in hybrid option. Confirmed details are almost non-existent, but the plug-in hybrid version will change this model completely. While we lack official information, rumors as swirling around and it is possible that the new model will borrow some powertrain components from the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid.
2. 2020 Porsche 911
Porsche will launch the next-generation 911 soon, and according to the spy shots, it should be slightly larger with a lot of new technology. This means that the cabin will be different and this may annoy some of the diehard 911 fans.
1. 2020 Volkswagen Golf
The affordable compact hatchback manages to keep its reputation unspoiled despite Dieselgate. The redesigned car is expected to arrive sometime in 2019 as 2020 model year. While this vehicle will see some improvements, the e-Golf will not join the lineup since VW is producing I.D. cars. But, the plug-in hybrid is expected to appear on the market.