Exciting New Cars for 2020

Exciting New Cars for 2020

For automotive enthusiasts in the United States, the year 2020 has plenty of new and innovative options to be excited about. Automakers are following a different business methodology with regard to their concept cars; whereas in the past they introduced concept models that were too progressive and futuristic, these days they are rolling out designs that they intend to put into the assembly lines within a couple of years. The auto shows of recent years have focused on being realistic, and prior concept cars are now coming into the market. Here are some new models catching a lot of attention this year:

Ford Mustang SUV

Following the controversial announcement that it will no longer produce hatchback or sedan models for the North American market, the Ford Motor Company made an exception to this unusual move: The legendary Ford Mustang will continue to be produced and sold all around the world, even as a sports utility vehicle, which is the most popular segment in the United States. The Ford Mustang Mach-E is an interesting SUV not only because of its styling, which evokes the Mustang legacy, but also because it is a plug-in electric with a long range. The jury is still out on whether this SUV will dominate the market, but early testing conducted by Ford suggests that this could be another hit like the Ford Taurus.

Ford Fusion Hybrid

When choosing the right car, some drivers find it difficult to decide between legacy internal combustion or plug-in electric vehicles. One way to settle this internal debate is to go hybrid, and one of the most attractive options in 2020 is the Ford Fusion, which gets 42 miles per gallon. If you buy one of these cars, you will be owning a piece of automotive history because it is one of the last sedan models that Ford will be rolling out in the United States, at least until the market shifts and drivers get tired of SUVs. This could be a valuable classic car in about 20 years.

Lotus Evija

This respected British brand tends to limit its production of luxury sports cars, and the new Lotus Evija is not an exception because its suggested retail price is more than $2 million. There are supercars and then there are hypercars; the 2020 Lotus Evija is in the latter category because it is one of the fastest street-legal cars on the market, and it also happens to be a plug-in electric.

Ferrari Roma

Drivers who are still in love with the torque and punch that only Ferrari knows how to develop with internal combustion engines, you will be interested in the latest model, which improves upon the Portofino with a twin turbo package. The Ferrari Roma can deliver 611 horsepower, and it can go from zero to 60 miles per hour in less than four seconds. Even though Ferrari has been moving away from boxy exteriors and going with stylish curves, the look of the new Roma model unmistakably retains the look of the esteemed Italian automaker.

Bonnie Baldwin