Ford Mustang Mach-E
One can only admire how this automobile had put beauty and beasty power into perfection. This long-awaited and anticipated electric crossover are expected to hit the showrooms in 2020. The design theme is inspired by the Mustang and the performance does the magic of Mustang with ease.
But with “attractive styling and aggressive performance capabilities all at a relatively reasonable price,” it could be a big success, Brauer said.
Volkswagen ID. Crozz
After back to back emission scandals, 2020 could be a great relief for Volkswagen with its expected launch of ID Cross crossover. This one is an electrical variant and the automaker has made it official that a series of electric models to be launched in 2020. However, there’s still no info on when the cars will hit the showrooms.
Ford’s most fascinating built MKC has got a massive upgrade in the form of Corsair. Lincoln ditches the alphabet soup naming convention common among luxury cars in favor of recognizable brand names that resonate in the social media age.
This one is the most interesting electric car ever. Made from the Mission E concept car, the Porsche Taycan is spectacularly built to lure uber-luxury EV buyers back to the brand.
The electric sports car offers several features bundled in many varieties. The Taycan Turbo S has a range of 256 miles and a starting price of $185,000. The Taycan Turbo has a range of 280 miles and a starting price of $150,900. And the Taycan 4S has a range of 253 miles and a starting price of $103,800.
Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe
The American Car Brand has some significant and loyal customers across the globe. In the midst of eye-catchy SUVs like Volkswagen Atlas, Hyundai Palisade and Kia Telluride, Chevy’s Suburban and Tahoe will try to stay a step ahead with an overhaul of its family haulers.