New and Upcoming Cars You Should Know About
From innovative safety features to out-of-this-world designs, the automotive industry is constantly evolving. All-electric vehicles, exciting concept cars, rebirthed classics and more — it’s an exciting time to be an auto enthusiast! Here are some of the most exciting new and upcoming cars you should know about.
Off-Road Jeep Concept Vehicles
Jeeps and off-roading go hand-in-hand, especially the Wrangler. Trails, sand, snow, mud — whatever it is and a Jeep can handle it. In Spring 2019, several Jeep concept vehicles were unveiled, as Chrysler-Fiat showcased six different amazing concept vehicles, including the Jeep Wayout and a J6. These are Jeeps like you’ve never seen before! Head to Hagerty.com and for pictures and information.
Lexus LC 500 Convertible Concept
The Lexus LC Coupe already displays Lexus’ finesse when it comes to amazing style and thrilling performance, and the Lexus LC 500 Convertible is no exception. While not available quite yet, the LC 500 Convertible will be at the top of everyone’s wish list when it hits dealerships in Summer 2020. From the images available on Lexus’ website, the LC 500 Convertible looks like a stunner.
Volkswagen I.D. Buzz Concept
With plans to eventually go all electric, the I.D. BUZZ is a glimpse at Volkswagen’s future and is just one of several I.D. vehicles that the famed German automaker plans to release over the next several years. With inspiration taken from the hippie favorite VW Microbus, the I.D. BUZZ is expected to hit dealerships in 2022. It will boast a fully-electric powertrain (featuring a 369-horsepower motor), reconfigurable seating options and space-age controls.
Love it or hate it, you’ve seen it, angles and all. Yes, we’re talking about the Tesla Cybertruck, Elon Musk’s latest invention. Arguably one of the most polarizing vehicle designs in recent years, what the e-powered truck lacks in taste (sorry), it more than makes up for in capability. According to Tesla’s website, the Cybertruck can tow more than 14,000 lbs. and features a payload capacity of 3,500 lbs. Add to that what Tesla calls an Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel exoskeleton, and you’ve got one powerful, wild-looking truck.