7 Cars You Need To Watch Out This 2020

7 Cars You Need To Watch Out This 2020

It is a brand new for brand new cars! 

The car market has always been adamant in kick-starting new models every year. Now that we entered 2020, people are already excited as to what the automotive industry can offer to them. 

Some units on this list have already arrived and available in various commercial dealerships. Meanwhile, others are still yet to come or have been announced by their respective manufacturers to be on the production stage already. 

Either way, this list proves that it is going to be an exciting year for every car lover out there. These next-generation vehicles can really blow your mind. Take a look at them now!

2020 Aston Martin DBX

The first SUV of Aston Martin will debut sometime this 2020. However, a preview has already been given for this unit. Even if the first model from this car manufacturer, it is out to compete against various alternatives like the Rolls-Royce Cullinan and Bentley Bentayga. Right now, we only know that the base model for this SUV includes a Mercedes-AMG-sourced twin-turbo V8 engine. Meanwhile, the larger 5.2-liter V12 engine of Aston is said to appear on its higher-end models. The production of the 2020 Aston Martin DBX will take place in a plant in Wales. 

2020 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban

The Chevrolet is a known manufacturer of large vehicles, although it only plays second to the likes of Toyota and Ford. However, this 2020, Chevrolet will be taking the fight against the big boys of its competitors. The company has redesigned the Suburban and Tahoe to make them bigger and more powerful. These road beasts are said to come with an independent suspension system. It is also rumored that they would come with an inline-6 diesel engine, which would provide them exceptional torque.

2020 Alfa Romeo GTV

The Alfa Romeo GTV has no exact date for its release. However, since its announcement, many are excited about this all-new series. Alfa Romeo is going to roll a fleet of new vehicles, which would include SUVs and sports cars. The debut will also feature the GTV. If we are going to take a look at the existing Giulia, this particular GTV will own a 600-horsepower hybrid coupe. It will come with four seats and an all-wheel drive.

2020 Alpina XB7

The Alpina XB7 would be possibly the second Alpina model that would be released in the United States. It would sit beside the Alpina B7 Sedan, which is already a catch for many car collectors and enthusiasts out there. The exact model of the Alpina XB7 was not yet released. However, you can already see the snapshots and renders of this upcoming SUV. It is worth waiting for!

2020 Audi Sport EV

Audi Sport is the sub-company of Audi. It focuses on manufacturing performance vehicles. Right now, the company has announced its plans to release the Audi Sports EV this year, which is quite appealing wherever you look at it. But aside from this announcement, there is still ambiguity when it comes to the overall nature of this vehicle. Audi Sport did not provide any details about the specifications of the Audi Sports EV. Instead, what it gave is its grand plans for its performance-based electric vehicles. But certainly, we can agree that this 2020 Audi Sports EV will not be a crossover. It could a sedan, hatchback, and coupe. We’ll only know once we get there.  

2020 BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe

The creation of the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe has a simple story. BMW wants to go toe-to-toe with the Mercedes-Benz CLA and other models of four-door coupes. The company will bring its first four-door 2 Series Gran Coupe, an all-wheel-drive that will only roll out in the United States. Based on the details given by reliable informants, this BMW coupe will be equipped with a turbocharged 2-liter engine, which can produce up to 302 horsepower. 

2020 Cadillac Escalade And Escalade ESV

The Escalade of Cadillac has been a long-existing vehicle. Therefore, its upgrade has been anticipated by many of Cadillac’s patronizers. Fortunately, this 2020 is the year where the car manufacturer will end that drought. And the time they take to redesign the Escalade will be a worthy one. The 2020 Escalade will feature a 4.0-liter V8 engine. There is a probability that a plug-in hybrid model will be manufactured, too. It is already rumored that Cadillac will abandon the solid rear axle on its new Escalade. It could be replaced by either an air suspension system or an independent rear suspension.