Driving a car is important for people in general because it provides status and the opportunity for personal control and autonomy. In sparsely populated areas, owning a car is even more important, since it provides the only opportunity for travelling long distances due to a lack of public transport.
here are the top 15 New Cars Arriving in 2021
1. 2021 BMW i4 ($50,000)
The 2021 BMW i4 is a “Gran Coupe”, a four-door sedan with a low, coupe-like roofline. It is projected to have a range of 270 miles and produce 530 horsepower accelerating to 60mph in 4 secs
2. 2021 Genesis G80 ($50,000)
Yet to be released Hyundai sedan is nothing if not stylish. It comes with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive and a choice between a turbocharged 4-cylinder that makes 300 horsepower or turbocharged V-6 engine with 375 horsepower.
3. 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-class ($99,000 est.)
This car will be a force to reckon with when it finally hits the market. It has 3-D instrumentation, active ambient lighting, haptic feedback — including seat shakers that amplify the effect of audio bass, and a minimum of 429hp
4. Tesla Roadster ($250,000)
The all-new Roadster will be able to zoom from zero to 60 mph in less than two seconds (1.9 seconds)
The electric coupe will also have a top speed that exceeds 250 mph and a range of 620 miles.
5. 2022 Nissan 400Z ($32,000)
It's a 2-door sports car with twin-turbo V-6 that produces 332 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque.
6. 2022 Subaru BRZ ($31,000)
From some angles, it almost looks like a Porsche but it's definitely not a porsche. Anyways, it comes with a new 228-horsepower, 2.4-liter four cylinder engine at 7000rpm, with a more rigid chassis to further improve its handling.
7. 2021 Toyota Mirai ($64,000)
The current Mirai is Toyota's first hydrogen-powered production vehicle. It has an EPA-estimated range of 312 miles, and it's fuel economy is rated at 67 MPGe. The redesigned 2021 Toyota Mirai however is expected to have a 30% increase in range.
8. 2022 Volkswagen Golf R ($45,000)
This is by far the most powerful and fastest Golf R yet. It boasts of an acceleration of up to 60 mph in 4.6 seconds and a top speed of 155 mph.
9. 2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye, the fastest sedan on earth. ($80,000)
I'm pretty sure just looking at it, you can hear it's engine roar
The Hellcat engine comes in three eye-popping potencies: 717, 797, and 807 horsepower. Imagine going 0-60mph in 3.6 seconds?
10. 2022 Nissan Ariya ($40,000)
A modern electric crossover SUV, that’s similar in size to the Nissan Rogue, the new Ariya incorporates familiar yet futuristic interpretations of existing Nissan design cues to create a look all its own.
11. 2022 Honda Civic
The 2022 Honda Civic is a compact car that will be in sedan and hatchback body styles. The sedan will be available as a sportier Si model and the hatchback will offer a high-performance Type R. The 11th-generation Civic will not come as a coupe.
12. 2021 Lexus LC Convertible ($93,000)
The 2021 Lexus LC convertible will come standard with the same 471-horsepower 5.0-liter V8 engine as the one that provides a smooth purr and instant acceleration for the LC coupe. It's mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission.
13. 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S ($240,000).
The Porsche 911 is, in the eyes of many drivers, the quintessential sports car.
Passersby will recognize the 911's classic looks, though Porsche has widened the front and rear of the sports car.
14. 2021 Buick Envision ($35,000)
With the cancelation of the Regal Sportback and Regal TourX wagon, the 2021 Buick lineup will contain nothing but SUVs.
Aside from a handful of photos, Buick isn’t divulging many details about the all-new 2021 Envision.
15. 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E ($42,500)
Iconic name + classic design cues + everyone’s favorite type of vehicle = best chance for success.
Offering 5-passenger seating and electronic instrumentation in a minimalistic setting.
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