- At least half are or can be electrified – a sign of the times.
- More than half are SUVs – another sign of the times.
- Also, it’s really a Top 12…
It took a long while to come up with this list as we went back and forth over the vehicles and ultimately, we could have finished with a Top 15+ cars for 2020. Fact of the matter is that there’s an incredible mix between performance vehicles, high-volume cars and SUVs and luxury makes to sample next year.
Keep in mind this is a list of vehicles we hope/want to drive in 2020. It by no means signifies that they will be available to do just that in 2020.
This Top 102 is a very realistic sampling of what the present and future of the car business is shaping up to be. Also, they are listed in alphabetical order.
Contrary to the XT6, we’re eager about the Escalade’s interior and powertrain. Without a doubt, it’ll be quite the cruiser too.
This was the tease of 2019. Official reveal occurred way back in July and we’re still almost two months away from the 1st drive!
This is another massive tease. Hell, the Rock got to drive a prototype almost three years ago in Rampage – a 15-year-old concept maybe – and we’re still waiting to see and drive the real thing.
Call it morbid curiosity or true intrigue, the Mach-E has lots riding on its shoulders as it may soon enough support Ford overall, at least until the Ford F-150 EV arrives.
The next big Jeep will be a luxurious affair with all the capability, which is all the rage. With an electrified version in the works,
We’ve chatted with Genesis reps about the brand’s future and although there are some cool products on the way, this is the vehicle that will elevate the company, or not.
There’s something mystical about Polestar and its cars. We certainly recognize them but their quite alien at the same time.
If you have to ask why these particular 718s are on this list then it’s clear you need a lesson on these most special iteration of the 718 Cayman and 718 Boxster.
Rivian R1T and/or R1S
Truth be told, we’re more intrigued by the R1T than the electric F-150. There’s an undeniable sky’s-the-limit cool-vibe about Rivian and we love it.
Toyota RAV4 Prime
We’re absolute fans of the new RAV4. In fact, if we had “of-the-year” awards, the RAV4 would be a finalist, at the very least. This one’s got 302-horsepower…
Volkswagen compact hatchback remains one of our all-time favorite every-person’s car (two of us own one). The new MK8 Golf will certainly carry on as one of the greats.
Volkswagen ID. (any one of them)
Odds are we’ll get to drive the ID.4 first as it will officially be sold in North America. If we get a chance to sample the ID.3, we won’t complain.