The future cars: Hitting the roads

November 27, 2019/

The future of the automobile industry is innovative and exciting with some long waited super intelligent cars, electric cars, some of the best SUV’s and high-tech cars waiting to be hitting the roads.

Here are the best of lot coming in the near future from super expensive cars to the best SUVS’s and from mid-size luxury sedan to the fastest car in the world.

2020 Toyota Supra

2020 Toyota Supra

Release: The Supra to be available later in 2019.
Price: The sports coupe is expected to start at just under $50,000.

Being made alongside the new 2019 BMW Z4, the new Supra will be powered by BMW’s turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine, which produces 335 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque. An eight-speed automatic is the only available transmission. The two-seater will feature BMW’s iDrive controller and central touch screen. A large, single digital gauge shows the pertinent performance information, like the tachometer.

The Chevrolet Corvette, which should be one of the Supra’s main rivals, produces 455 horsepower from its base engine. The Porsche Cayman makes 300 horsepower in its base configuration.

Know more about Toyota supra here.

2020 Polestar 1

2020 Polestar 1

Release: You can order the Polestar 1 now.
Price: The starting price is $156,500

The Polestar 1 is a two-door plug-in hybrid coupe. It can run on electric batteries hidden between the front seats and in the trunk, or it can run on a supercharged and turbocharged four-cylinder engine under the hood. Or it can run on both. That combination makes for 600 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque.— to make a Porsche 911 Turbo envious. And it’s priced accordingly.

Part of the reason for the high price is simply its exclusivity. Polestar will make only 1,500 examples over three years. Each vehicle is built and hand-assembled at the company’s production facility in Chengdu, China.

Each model comes standard with a huge range of premium features, from luxury to safety, and there are no additional packages to that. The only option is matte paint, which runs $5,000. The Polestar 1’s carbon fiber body reduces the car’s weight by about 500. That weight reduction improves performance and makes up for the heavy batteries in the vehicle.

Can it drive in fully electric mode?

Yes. One of the four driving modes in the Polestar 1 is called ‘Pure’, allowing to run the car solely from the onboard batteries to stay in electric mode for everyday driving.

2020 Tesla Roadster

2020 Tesla Roadster

Status: Currently taking reservations
Price: The Roadster will start at around $200,000

The performance of the new Roadster is the primary focus since the Roadster is in the supercar/hypercar category.

Specs

  • 7,376 pound-feet of torque
  • 0-60 mph in 1.9 seconds (with optional SpaceX thrusters), making it the quickest production car in the world.
  • 0-100 mph in 4.2 seconds.
  • Quarter mile in 8.8 seconds, which beats every other production car.
  • 250+ mph top speed.

The Roadster will hit 60 mph in 1.9 seconds, according to Tesla. The electric coupe will have a top speed that exceeds 250 mph and a range of 620 miles. The Roadster is the first supercar to offer seating for four – most just have two seats.

2020 Cadillac CT5

2020 Cadillac CT5

Release: Early 2020
Price: Base Price:  CT5-V: $50,000 (est)

Cadillac has introduced a number of new models over the past few years, including the XT4 subcompact SUV last year, the XT5 midsize SUV in 2017, and the CT6 in 2016. For 2020 they’re continuing this trend with the all-new CT5 luxury small car. With a fastback design, the CT5 looks to combine the latest in driving technology with a presence that speaks luxury.

Powering the CT5 will be turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that produces 237 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. It comes mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. For those who wish for a little more power, the CT5 offers an upgraded twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder that produces 335 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque – not bad for a small luxury car. Rear-wheel drive comes standard on the CT5; all-wheel drive is available.

Porche Taycan

Porche Taycan

Release: Early-mid 2020
Price: The base Taycan is speculated to come in $75,000 or higher

The all-electric Taycan, with a range of up to 250 miles, is almost here and will be seen on roads in 2020, perhaps even late 2019. Because its official debut remains some months away, final specs remain undecided, but we do know there will be three versions of the sedan with a wagon to come later.

The base Taycan is rear-drive only, sports an 80-kW-hr battery, and is powered by a choice of 240-kW (322-hp) or 280-kW (375-hp) motors.

Powered by a 93.4-kilowatt-hour battery that motivates two synchronous electric motors (one up front, the other driving a two-speed multi-plate clutch gearbox at the rear), the Taycan accelerates with an effortless forward motion that is easily and accurately modulated with the right pedal. There are four drive modes – Normal, Sport, Sport Plus, and Range (which maximizes efficiency) – and first-gear starts are reserved for the two most aggressive settings.

2020 Toyota Corolla Sedan

2020 Toyota Corolla

Release: Spring, 2020
Price: Expect the new Corolla to start around $20,000

Keeping in line with Toyota’s recent move toward advanced safety technology, the new Corolla will feature a multitude of standard safety features, including Toyota’s Safety Connect, which will alert authorities if your Corolla has been in an accident. The Corolla also features Toyota’s Safety Sense 2, which has lane keep assist, a pre-collision system, automatic high beams, and road sign assist, among other features.

The new Corolla will feature the same 1.8-liter four-cylinder that’s in the 2019 Corolla. That engine produces 139 horsepower and 126 pound-feet of torque. That’s not much, but it gets the job done for a compact car. There’s also an optional 2.0-liter four-cylinder that produces 169 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque.

2021 Ford Mustang

2021 Ford Mustang

Release: Mach-E First Edition cars on sale starts in late 2020, with others arriving in early 2021 and GT models arriving in Spring 2021.
Price:  The model will start at $44,995, including a $1,100 destination charge.

SUV of the future, the all-electric 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E SUV is here. Ford describes the Mustang Mach-E Select’s key features as such: 18-inch wheels, phone-as-key technology, next-generation Ford CoPilot 360 and Sync and LED lights. These base models will come with power flowing to the rear wheels as standard and an estimated 230-mile range. Horsepower will drift around 255 hp.

Mach-E Select and Premium versions make about 255 horsepower in standard-range configuration and drive the rear or all four wheels. Mach-E Premium and First Edition models with all-wheel drive make 333 hp and have a range up to 270 miles. And here comes the star- Mach-E GT, that races up to 60 mph in about three seconds.

All of its models offer active safety features including automatic emergency braking, active lane control, and adaptive cruise control.

audi q1

2021 AUDI Q1

Release: To be decided. The car is still in development stage.
Price:  The estimation price is at range between $35,000 and $40,000 (subject to change)

Luxury is what Audi does. But here’s good news. Some crossovers and SUVs are intended to be ready and one of them is expected to be the 2021 Audi Q1. This compact crossover can be the reliable choice than regular car, and driver still feels what SUV handling feels like.

The car might have two models, SUV style and hatchback with the same engines, wheelbase, and features. The car uses base platform like A1. There are going to be the basic luxury features in the car, such as high-quality seat, touchscreen display, entertainment model, internet, and connectivity.

The car is said to be using automatic transmission with full electronic support. All safety measures are installed, such as sensor, parking assist, lane departure warning, cruise control, emergency brake, etc.

Bentley Bentayga Speed

Bentley Bentayga Speed

Release: 2020
Price: Base price$235,700

  • ENGINE: Twin-Turbocharged 6.0-liter W12
  • OUTPUT: 626 Horsepower / 663 Pound-Feet
  • TRANSMISSION: 8-Speed Automatic
  • DRIVE TYPE:  All-Wheel Drive
  • SPEED:  0-60 MPH3.8 Seconds
  • MAXIMUM SPEED: 190 MPH
  • WEIGHT: 5,492 Pounds
  • SEATING CAPACITY: 5
  • CARGO VOLUME: 17.1 Cubic Feet

 

The first-ever luxury SUV from Bentley, the 2020 Bentayga Speed is the fastest SUV ever made and also one of the most powerful.

Bentley Bentayga is fitted with a 626 horsepower W12 engine. It is capable of reaching a remarkable top speed of 190 mph.

Also, Bentley might try and squeeze an extra 50 horsepower (37 kilowatts) out of that W12 engine with a rumored Speed variant, arriving sometime in 2020 or 2021. With all that extra oomph, it should take the Bentayga Speed less than four seconds to reach 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour).

bmw i next 2021

2021 BMW iNext

Release: 2021
Price:  i5: $80,000 (est)

All-electric, highly automated and fully connected, the BMW Vision iNEXT is a beauty. All-electric, highly automated and fully connected, with completely redefined interiors.

The production iNext will have several different tunes ranging from 134 horsepower to as much as 800, according to reports.

The BMW Vision iNEXT can read your needs from your fingertips. When driving in “Boost” mode, the control display can be operated using touch functionality. In “Ease” mode, the wooden surface of the furniture-like centre console can be used instead. Whenever any inputs are made, points of light follow the finger like magic, providing visual feedback. The Jacquard cloth in the rear likewise comes to life at the touch of a finger and allows music playback to be controlled using various gestures, which are given visual emphasis by LEDs that light up underneath the cloth. Thanks to Shy Tech, unexpected surfaces can instantly transform into extraordinary user interface.