Most Anticipated Cars of 2016 & Beyond
By: Good2GoPublished: March 22, 2016
For most of us, a $100,000 luxury sedan is slightly out of our budget, but it can’t hurt to dream! Whether you fancy Italian-made or all terrain there’s a car on this list for you. Here are the most anticipated cars of 2016 & beyond.
Infiniti Q30 2016
Nissan’s luxury division is looking to compete with Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz with their new Q30. The Q30 is a hatchback crossover with nearly 250 horsepower. The brass at Infiniti is hoping to capture a younger audience with sleek styling and an affordable price tag of $30,000.
Ford Focus RS 2016
I bet you didn’t expect to see a Ford Focus on this list. But don’t be fooled, this is no regular hatchback. Ford’s turbocharged, four-wheel-drive hatch is garnering attention throughout the automotive community. At $35,000, the Focus RS is one of the more affordable vehicles to make the countdown.
Chevrolet Corvette Zora ZR1 2017
Gearheads have been demanding a mid-engine Corvette for years now – and it looks like it’s finally on its way. The shift of the engine will allow Chevy to compete with better handling cars like Ferrari 458 and Porsche 911 Turbo. Anticipate the supercharge V8 to hit dealerships by the end of 2016.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk 2017
Looking for a high-performance SUV? Look no further. The Trackhawk will hit 60 mph in less than four seconds. Expect this Jeep creation to compete with Range Rover, BMW, and Porsche in the performance SUV space.
Ford GT 2017
Ford is set to release its fastest and most expensive vehicle to date. The 3.5 liter twin-turbo V6 will rival Ferrari both on the road and race track. How much will the vehicle run you? Just a measly $400,000.
Bugatti Chiron 2017
Did someone say fast and expensive? The Chiron is supplanting the recently retired Veyron – currently considered the fastest production car ever. Bugatti’s new creation will top out at 288 mph and cost a whopping $2.5 million.
Ram Rampage 2017
The Dodge Dakota has been in production since 1987 and was even nominated for the North American Truck of Year award in 2000. The Rampage, the Dakota replacement, is looking to extend Dodge’s legacy in the mid-size truck market while exploiting Fiat’s expertise. It’s still left to be seen how a smaller pickup will perform against its larger alternatives.
Honda Ridgeline 2017
Honda has tried once and failed, so it’ll be interesting to see how the new Ridgeline will fair in a pickup market dominated by American automakers. The vehicle will boost some unique features, like a two-way tailgate and recessed beer cooler, but will it capture the eyes of traditionalists? The Ridgeline will hit the pavement in the fall of 2016, with an asking price starting at $30,000.
Chevrolet Bolt 2018
The Bolt is a four-door, battery-powered hatchback with a 200-mile range. It is GM’s answer to the BMW i3, Nissan Leaf, and Tesla Model 3. It will be interesting to see how lowering gas prices will affect the rollout of this electric.
Honda Civic Type R 2018
Honda has been producing high-performance Civics for several years now, but they’ve never made an appearance on U.S. streets. This Civic will have close to 300 horsepower and feature an MSRP of around $30,000.
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