Most Awaited Cars in 2021
These upcoming babes are the epitome of the design and performance, hi-tech and next-level comfort. What models are just rolling down the assembly lines? What models we are most thrilled about from the moment of designing? Meet our awaiting list of Top Upcoming Cars in 2021 and enjoy – they are worth waiting!
2021 Audi e-tron GT
Still no name (yep, just e-tron), but is just getting ready to enter the market: the 2021 Audi e-tron GT will be unveiled in a few days. While on the outside, the e-tron crossover rolls around the same 2018 show car design, but still aggressively recognizable; some minor changes are about door handles and the glowing emblems to be removed. Underneath the electric car’s exterior it shares the same modular Premium Platform Electric (PPE) architecture with Porsche Taycan EV featuring more dramatic design lines as well as more chiseled bodywork. Adding to the list is 600 horsepower expected to be delivered via a pair of one-per-axle electric motors.
We know Tesla Model S plays the game so let’s hope 2021 Audi e-tron GT will be competitive.
Audi is expected to unveil the sedan on February 9, 2021.
2022 Chevrolet Corvette Z06
Chevrolet knows perfectly how to play its card right. The answer is the 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 that is a bolder, mid-engine, track-focused version of amazing Vette.
Expected to enter the market in early 2021, the car is the first part of highly anticipated high-performance versions of the C8 Corvette featuring a retuned suspension, boosted chassis strength, and more powerful brakes. Along with the exclusive powertrain – the 2022 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 will use a surely exotic naturally aspirated flat-plane crank V8 spitting out more than 600 horsepower – and significantly improved appearance, not to mention a host of other features, the model will start its price at about $85,000 when going on sale.
2021 Volkswagen ID.4
Expected to become a trouble-maker for a Tesla Model Y, the coming 2021 VW ID.4 all-electric mid-size crossover will have a fully electric propulsion system rolling on all-electric MEB platform that underpins small to mid-size EVs within the Volkswagen Group. That’s why the ID.4, the first VW’s purpose-built car, to be sold in the USA, is hoped to enter the highly popular compact crossovers’ market segment, and this is surely recipe to success.
Along with its eye-catching, bold design, the 2021 VW ID.4 will be a more powerful all-wheel-drive vehicle; the AWD will deliver 302 horsepower while the rear-wheel-drive model produces 201 hp. According to Volkswagen, the ID.4 will accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 7.8 seconds – it’s rather adequate acceleration bearing in mind the most drivers aren’t driving around doing acceleration runs every day all the day round. So these figures indicate just responsiveness, you see – usually drivers don’t like to compress their passengers into their seats on every suitable occasion, in fact.
2022 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS
At first, it should be said that this model will be expected to be the most powerful Cayman ever. The upcoming mid-engine model is set to be unleashed in late 2021, starting its initial price at around $130,000. Having lost the biturbo-charger setup (and gaining a huge amount of displacement instead), the track-capable GT4 will sport a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six delivering no less than 414 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque available.
The special aerodynamic NACA duct-equipped body kit features a huge rear wing, original air intakes instead of rear side windows, and ducts on the front hood, giving it a more downforce presence.
2021 Mazda CX-30 Turbo
And all-new 2021 Mazda CX-30 closes up our sneak peak – more spacious, a large lifted Mazda being a kind of the ultimate yet affordable compact hatchback. Do we need to say more?
Under the hood is a 2.5-liter Skyactive G turbocharged inline-four bumping up the sleeper to a 250-horsepower. In fact, the engine remains just the same; however, the all-wheel-drive will give 320 pound-feet of torque – if you run it on premium fuel lol. These figures promise to make a hatch a great ride on even rough roads cause of great handling. Add to this a rather good-looking exterior design with some gizmos, probably best it its class – but it still fails to explain some added costs that will go around $30,000 for the Preferred Package version featuring heated front seats, mirrors & seats memory positioning and a sliding glass moon roof.