Check Out These 5 Cars Coming In 2021

No matter if you are a fan of an electric car or a sport vehicle, this year has something in store for everyone. Although EVs are going to dominate this year, there are also new sports vehicles that car enthusiasts eagerly anticipate seeing. Mercedes and Audi are set to provide for the luxury saloon market with their new models, while the Citroen e-C4 is sitting at the more affordable end of the EV spectrum. Enjoy this list and don’t forget to tell us which car from this list you fancy the most!

#1 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA

We all loved Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio, but this year, something better is going to hit the market in 2021. Alfa Romeo Giulia is packed with carbon fiber, and it is used for the driveshafts, bonnet, roof, front bumper, front wheel arches, and rear arch interiors to save weight. The car uses the same 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6, but power rises to 533bhp.

#2 BMW 2 Series Coupe

This one is specifically designed for those loyal to the brand. The four-door Gran Coupé has made the switch to front-wheel drive and the two-door will maintain the rear-driven format of the current car. Lighter than the previous series, this can is expected to be released in autumn 2021.

#3 Audi Q5 Sportback

Based on the larger Q5, called the Q5 Sportback, this new coupe SUV has the nose of the latest Q5, but with a rakish rear end. The new model will allow Audi to compete against the BMW X4 and Mercedes GLC Coupé in an increasingly popular market. The car spends less diesel than its predecessors as well.

#4 Ford Puma

This vehicle could become one of the most exciting small performance cars in 2021. The Puma rides on the same platform as the Fiesta and features a plethora of chassis upgrades. The car also shares its engine with the hot supermini. It can sprint from 0 to 62mph in 6.7 seconds without spending too much petrol. It’s a smart buy for sure.

#5 Hyundai Tucson

The previous version of Hyundai Tucson was the biggest-selling model that the company ever had. This year, something better is about to hit the showrooms. This version of Hyundai Tucson features the company’s new trademark headlamp and front grille arrangement. The car will be offered with the option of a plug-in hybrid powertrain that features a 261bhp powertrain and an electric range of around 30 miles.

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