New and Upcoming Cars You Should Know About

New and Upcoming Cars You Should Know About

Wild designs, next-generation technology, earth-friendly powertrains and innovative safety features: if you’re an automotive enthusiast, now is an exciting time to be alive. The auto industry has no shortage of new designs and concept vehicles, from futuristic electric-powered cars to blood-pumping performance rides. Here are a few new and upcoming cars you should know about!

2020 Toyota GR Supra

Anyone car enthusiast knows about the Supra, Toyota’s legendary sports car. They know how fast it was, how tuneable the engine was and how much of a shame it was when they went out of production. Until this year, that is. The iconic Supra made its return in early 2019, back with even more power, technology and a menacing look. Featuring rear-wheel drive and a monstrous 3.0-liter, twin-scroll turbocharged engine, the 2020 Toyota GR Supra is the sports car you’ve been looking for. Check out the ones we have in stock!

Lexus LC 500 Convertible

The Lexus LC 500 takes the LC Coupe and adds a heavy dose of sunshine and good times, thanks to its drop-top and head-turning style. While not available just yet, the LC 500 Convertible will be the ultimate sunny day cruising machine 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

The VW I.D. BUZZ is a glimpse at Volkswagen’s future and is just one of several all-electric vehicles that the famed German automaker plans to release over the next several years in its upcoming I.D. series. If you think it looks like a VW Microbus, it’s supposed to, paying homage the cult-classic van. The I.D. BUZZ is expected to be available in 2022 and boast a fully-electric powertrain with a 369-horsepower motor, a unique reconfigurable seating system and controls that look like something from Star Wars. You don’t want to miss one.

Tesla Cybertruck

Love it or hate it, you’ve seen it. Yes, it’s the Tesla Cybertruck, Elon Musk’s latest invention. Arguably one of the most polarizing vehicle designs in recent years, what the angular truck lacks in style (sorry), it more than makes up for in power and performance. According to Tesla’s website, the Cybertruck can tow more than 14,000 lbs., can carry a payload of 3,500 lbs., offers 100 cubic feet of external storage and features what Tesla calls an Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel exoskeleton. It might look weird, but it’s got muscle.