New and Upcoming Cars You Should Know About

New and Upcoming Cars You Should Know About

The automobile industry is constantly evolving, and every year brings new technological advancements, exciting concept vehicles and reintroductions of well-loved cars. From futuristic, all-electric rides to performance-focused machines. Here are a few of the most exciting new and upcoming cars.

2020 Ford Bronco

The Mustang isn’t the only horse in Ford’s stable. Set to return in 2020, the legendary Ford Bronco was once a shining example of what a powerful, off-road SUV could be.

Produced for over 30 years, the last Ford Bronco rolled out of the factory in 1996, being replaced by the Ford Expedition. It was a muscular, truck-based SUV that could handle anything thrown its way, thanks to its four-wheel drive and strong V8 engine. The Bronco competed with the Jeep CJ at tackling off-road duties, and did a terrific job of it. 

Ford officially announced the return of its rugged off-roader this year, and the new 2020 Bronco is scheduled to be released in 2020. Ford has yet to release pictures, specs or prices, but credible rumors are making their rounds of what models will be released. MotorTrend reported that a smaller, Ford Escape-inspired version will also be made

2020 Toyota GR Supra

It’s no secret that the Toyota Supra gained a loyal following and widespread popularity through its first four generations. The fourth-generation Supra was the most popular and sought after, with its sleek body, large spoiler and race-ready twin-turbocharged engine that made 320 horsepower. However, production for the Supra ended in 2002, and for nearly 20 years, Toyota did not produce a car that came close to the Supra in terms of performance or popularity. 

In January 2019, the Supra made its return, back and better than before. Engineered alongside BMW, the 2020 Toyota GR Supra generates 335 horsepower and 365 lb-ft. of torque, thanks to a roaring 3.0-liter twin-turbo inline-six engine, resulting in a blazing fast 4.1-second 0-60 time. With its refined, race-inspired interior, optimal weight distribution and Brembo® front brakes, the 2020 GR Supra is ready to inspire a new generation of drivers.

Volkswagen I.D. Buzz Concept

Volkswagen is known for its exceptional engineering and unmistakable designs, and its ID. Buzz Concept vehicle is no exception. With VW’s plans to eventually go completely electric, the I.D. BUZZ is an exciting look at both the German manufacturer’s future and the future of driving. Taking its styling from one of its most well-known vehicles, the Microbus, the I.D. BUZZ, is expected to hit the market in 2022. It will feature a fully-electric powertrain, a spacious interior, reconfigurable seating options and controls and design elements that look straight out of a sci-fi movie. When the I.D. Buzz enters production and hits the roads, there will be no mistaking it for VW buses of the past — this electric vehicle will be driven by a powerful 369-horsepower electric motor.