Here are a list of the exciting cars and Electric Vehicles (EVs) in the near future. Many vehicles are due, from little city vehicles being petrol or the latest EVs, SUV's, luxury vehicles and sports cars. Below are some exciting opportunities where the general public have decisions to make, stick with their current vehicles and wait until 2020 or work some magic and look for a deal on the current new vehicle market. The choice is yours...
Fiat 500EV, This Fiat will be Electric only with more of spacious interior and more hi-tech features,but still keeping its compact look. The price will be a little more expensive than the previous model. Fiat have researched the current market regarding what Fiat model and spec were popular to date and the higher spec won. Hence why they have increased the prices along with the specification, comfort, technology and space.The Hyundai i10 is still being produced in a petrol, with a 1.0 and 1.2 engine. The EV will at a later date,yet to be confirmed. Whereas the Volkswagon ID3 and the Fiat 500 EV are all electric.
Seat will be bringing out the Seat el-Born, based on the VW ID3. This is the first Electric Seat and has a similar size to the Leon, but it has more space inside due to the lack of engine and exhaust size. The Seat el-born still has the sporty feel and a 0-60 in 7.5 secs, having around 260 miles of range.
There are lots more vehicles coming for 2020, Alfa Romeo Tonale SUV (smaller than the Stelvio) available with the plug-in hybrid.The Q4 e-tron will be a similar size to the Audi Q3, this will be available in2020 as the 2nd Audi electric SUV EV.The Tesla Model Y will offer more space than the Model 3 saloon. This will add to the Tesla family being the 4th member, priced around the £30,000 region. The next Vauxhall Mokka to be launched will be petrol but the Mokka EV is in the pipeline. SImilar size to the Peugeot e208. THe VW ID Cross will be the next ID model to be launched after the ID3. This will have a range of 250 miles on lower spec models rising to 375 miles on the premium. The Land Rover Defender is another to launch a new model.The first Cupra model for 2020 will be the Formentor, a plug-in hybrid SUV with a combined output of 242bhp. Having parts of the Ateca and the Tarraco in the design, very eye-catching. BMW will extend the 2 Series family, with the 2 Series Grand Coupe 4 door. As the market is changing with the 2 door Coupe's, more and more families need the 4 door but also like the sportiness. Mercedes have designed the first world's first electric MPV, based on the V Class, powering out 240 miles and topping up 60 miles in 15 minutes.
Here comes your high performance vehicles for 2020.The Audi RS Q5 is likely to be launched using the same engine as the 444bhp RS5, cost will hinder around the £70,000. Ford will deliver the Ford Mustang Mach E with 300 miles range,still has the high performace to compete with the Tesla model X. The Hyundai Tucson N will be launched to compete with the German SUV's being the Audi SQ5 and the VW T-Roc R. This Hyundai Tucson N will produce 340bhp and will be very aggressive with it's lowered suspension and over-sized wheel package. Hyundai are heading down the high performance route and look to design around the World Rally Car. This will be the i20 hatchback to rival against the Focus ST and other hot hatches. The MIni John Cooper Works GP will deliver to the higher scale of performance, with 300bhp. This is a serious hot hatch, limited amount to be built with 70bhp more than the normal John Cooper resulting in a super quick 0-62 under 6 seconds.BMW will launch the Grande Coupe 4 door M240i with the X2's 302bhp engine. BMW may launch there first front wheel drive 2 Series with the Hybrid model,yet to be confirmed. The next BMW M3 will offer a staggering 474bhp, whilst a "pure" version offering a little less power but a real driver's feel with a 6-speed manual gearbox and rear wheel drive. The all wheel drive version has the ultimate 0-62mph under 4 seconds, incredible.
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