New and Upcoming Cars You Should Know About

New and Upcoming Cars You Should Know About

The automobile industry is constantly unveiling new technology, concept vehicles and reintroductions of iconic cars. While it’s no surprise that the future of the industry is electric, there are still quite a few new gasoline-powered vehicles that will be hitting showrooms soon. Here are a few of the most exciting new and upcoming cars.

Lexus LC Convertible Concept

The Lexus LC Coupe is an amazing example of Lexus’ prowess when it comes to blending showroom-worthy style and blood-pumping performance, and the Lexus LC Convertible Concept is no exception. While not production, the LC Convertible is going to be a stunner if it hits the factory lines. 

Land Rover Defender DC100 and Road Rover

British auto fans, this is for you! Two vehicles — both very different from each other — are slated to be released in 2020! A rebirth of Land Rover’s classic Defender is on its way and will be just as capable of adventure as the old one. If you’ve been pining for a Defender but for the modern era, the new Defender DC100 is for you.

In a break from what Land Rover is known for, 2020 should see the release of the Road Rover sedan. Expect something smaller and sleeker than what normally comes to mind when you think “Land Rover” but still loaded with style

Volkswagen I.D. Buzz Concept

Volkswagen is known for its exceptional engineering and iconic designs, and the ID. Buzz Concept continues the automaker’s tradition. With VW’s plans to eventually go completely electric, the I.D. BUZZ is an exciting look at VW’s future. The I.D. BUZZ, while still only a concept, is expected to hit the market in 2022, bringing with it a fully-electric powertrain, a cavernous interior, reconfigurable seating arrangements and controls and design elements that look straight out of a spaceship. When the I.D. Buzz makes its way to roads, there will be no missing it. Plus, the 369-horsepower electric motor is going to be a nice touch.

2020 Ford Bronco

The Mustang wasn’t always the only horse in Ford’s stable. The Ford Bronco was once a shining example of what a powerful, off-road SUV could and should be. However, since 1996, we’ve been deprived of Ford’s legendary, trail-tackling SUV.

All that is set to change in 2020 after Fender announced the return of the Bronco. While Ford has yet to release pictures, specs or prices, rumors are swirling of what models will be released. All we know for sure is that the return of Ford Bronco will be worth the wait.