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Top 9 Most Anticipated 2019 Cars

We’ve just returned from the 2018 LA Auto Show and have already begun packing for next month’s Detroit Auto Show. Yes, you’ve guessed it, the auto show season is in full swing.

So far, we’ve seen a number of incredible concepts and other future products but the next few months will bring with them some very interesting new 2019 cars and utility vehicles that we are very much looking forward to sample.

Here’s our list in alphabetical order:

Audi e-tron Quattro

2019 Audi e-tron - Photo: Audi
2019 Audi e-tron | Photo: Audi

This electric SUV is just about perfect proportionally and dimensionally speaking. We see it as an Allroad+ taken to another level. With a 95 kWh battery, performance and range will be exceptional.

Read more about the Audi e-tron

BMW 8-Series Convertible

BMW 8 Series Convertible | Photo: BMW

We’ve sampled the M850i already but nothing quite matches the sense of freedom and power one gets from behind the wheel of a grand touring convertible, with the top down. The promised M8 convertible has us fizzing as well…

Read more about the BMW 8 Series convertible

Chevrolet Blazer

2019 Chevrolet Blazer RS
2019 Chevrolet Blazer RS | Photo: Chevrolet

We’re looking forward to the Blazer because we hope that GM will do more than just rebadge the GMC Acadia with a few bowties. The Blazer, as we remember it, had charisma and character and while the new Blazer is unlikely to ever have a 12,000 lbs winch strapped to its front bumper, we’re hoping we’ll discover something special.

Read more about the Chevrolet Blazer

Ford Ranger

2019 Ford Ranger
2019 Ford Ranger | Photo: Ford

We’re still wondering why Ford pulled the plug on their hyper-popular compact pickup nearly 8 years ago. If the truck is as good as we hope, all will be forgiven. Actually, we’re heading out to drive in just a few days! Make sure to check back with us for our first driving impressions!

Read more about the Ford Ranger


2020 Mazda3
2019 Mazda3 | Photo: Mazda

The most beautiful mass-production compact car ever? Yes. The most evolved? Yes. It offers a 6-speed manual transmission, AWD and all of it in a hatchback body? What do we think about it? It will slay in its segment.

Read more about the Mazda3

Mercedes-AMG A 35

2019 Mercedes-AMG A 35 4MATIC
2019 Mercedes-AMG A 35 4MATIC | Photo: Mercedes-Benz

We completely fell head over heels for the new A Class, and that includes the 188-horsepower A 220. The A 35 and its 306-horsepower performance-packed drivetrain is sure to get us to fall even more in love with Mercedes’ compact offering.

Read more about the Mercedes-AMG A 35

Nissan LEAF e-Plus

2019 Nissan LEAF | Photo: Olivier Delorme

This one was expected to break cover at the LAAS but for “Ghosn” reasons, it did not happen. We at MI really like the current generation LEAF – it in fact won our comparison test. We expect nothing less that to be further impressed by the 60 kWh battery and more powerful electric motor when they become available later this year. 

Read more about the Nissan LEAF e-Plus

Toyota Supra

Supra A90 Prototype
Supra Chief Engineer Tetsuya Tada next to the Supra A90 Prototype | Photo: Toyota UK

The hype is palpable and the wait is almost over. We now know what the powertrains are and what it will finally look like. All that remains is to put the car through its paces to sample the fruits of BMW and Toyota’s combined efforts.

Read more about the Toyota Supra

Volvo V60 Cross Country

2019 Volvo V60 Cross Country
2019 Volvo V60 Cross Country | Photo: Volvo

This one’s on the list because we feel we (at least I do…) need to support the station wagon community. All kidding aside, the V60 is the sexiest new estate currently available on the planet so when boosted with vitamin XC, it only gets better. We’ll also have a first drive review for this one but only in early February 2019.

Read more about the Volvo V60 Cross Country


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Matt St-Pierre
Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai


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