Let’s start the 2020 party with the long waited Concept Cars
Created in mystery, the Toyota Supra has been in Concept Cars fantasy world till Toyota announced it would be in the market very soon. While probably it will be packing the legendary 2JZ, it does use a platform co-developed with BMW.
All forms of rumors are circulating about what will be underneath the hood. However, all indicators say the engine will be a mighty one.
The new Supra probably will emphasize balance and sharp handling in Drag races. We ought to see this car hit the marketplace any day in 2019. Tuned variations will be available.
It’s chassis platform based as the new Supra. The BMW Z4 will show in an excellent new look. It’s considered a significant step of BMW to continue of the Z4 production. BMW will introduce a fun and luxurious roadster at a time when sports cars, in general, are becoming rare in the market.
It won’t spitfire, but it sure it still as a hell of a ride to drive on the streets. BMW should launch the Z4 in 2020.
Tesla has already launched one of its new cars into space, but the production version of the new Roadster will be released by 2020. The California manufacturer is known for delaying new products, so we’ll observe when this car actually will be available.
For sure, the new Roadster will worth the waiting. It offers a beautiful, sports body, moving rear spoiler, with a 250 mph top speed and a 0-60 time of 1.9 seconds.
If that’s not enough, CEO Elon Musk says the long-awaited new Roadster will go over 600 miles on a single charge.
Porsche Mission E
Car enthusiasts have been waiting for the Taycan for a long time, based on the Mission E concept. It will be introduced at the end of 2019, Shifting the German automotive manufacturer into the future of fully-electric cars.
Porsche recently revealed some of the Taycan specifications. It’s capable of 311-mile range and the ability to charge 80 percent of the battery in only 15 minutes.
Also will be packed with two powerful motors for what Porsche said it would be overall better performance than other electric cars.
BMW I Vision Dynamics Concept
People were genuinely shocked when BMW rolled out this sexy concept EV in 2017. It’s sleek, and athletic makes Tesla appear ugly.
The German manufacturer has been signaling it’s going to join the electric car challenge with a fury. Unfortunately, the i3 wasn’t up to electric cars enthusiast expectations.
The BMW i4 will be introduced in the market by 2020, based on the “I Vision” Dynamics concept, although they will add wild style details.