If you still take time to look up old 1994 Toyota Supras on eBay, or are one of those people who keeps meaning to fix up that old Bronco sitting on milk crates in your driveway, you're in luck. Have you been wishing the Mini Cooper had an all-electric version? Or maybe you're in the market for a luxury EV but don't want to wait around for a Tesla? Have you been fantasizing about a new Corvette or a McLaren? There's a car out there for you. From luxury to rugged and EVs and three-wheelers, here are the new and redesigned cars and SUVs for 2020, and a couple to keep your eyes peeled for in the future.
New and Redesigned Cars, Trucks and SUVs for 2020:
2020 Jeep Gladiator
Starts at: $33,545
This is a classic off-roading, convertible Jeep that blends SUV with a pickup truck. So if you like Jeeps, and you like pickups, this is for you. It offers best-in-class towing capacity for the mid-sized truck segment, according to KBB, along with lightweight, high-strength steel and aluminum body-on-frame construction.
2020 Toyota Supra
Starts at: $49,990
Toyota (TM - Get Report) hasn't made the Supra for 21 years, and no one is complaining that it's back. The Supra is powered by BMW's turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine, which produces 335 horsepower, according to US News, but has no manual transmission option. Car and Driver says the sports coupe offers "thrilling acceleration, deft handling," and "brilliant performance."
The Supra gets 24 mpg in the city and 31 highway, and is "loads of fun," according to Cars.com. Pictured is the Launch Edition shown in Absolute Zero white.
2020 Alfa Romeo GTV
The Alfa Romeo GTV is based on the current Giulia, (pictured here) and will be a 600-horsepower hybrid coupe with all wheel drive. According to Car and Driver, the GTV will start at around $50,000.
Photo: Alfa Romeo
2020 Aston Martin DBX
Aston Martin's first SUV sits on an entirely new platform, according to Edmunds. At an estimated $200,000 price point, it's supposed to be competition for vehicles like the Bentley Bentayga and Rolls-Royce Cullinan, according to Motor1. The DBX is supposed to be unveiled by the end of the year -- pictured is the camouflaged prototype -- but don't worry, you'll be able to get it in red.
Photo: Aston Martin
2020 Aston Martin Rapide E
Aston Martin's first EV is based on the four-door Rapide S.
The good news: it has an estimated range of 200 miles, the bad news: only 155 examples will be made, according to Edmunds.
Photo: Aston Martin
2020 Cadillac CT5
Starts at: $36,895
This midsize luxury sedan offers a range of safety and luxury features, and even allows for hands-free driving on many U.S. highways, according to US News. It replaces Cadillac's CTS.
Starts at: $35,000
This entry-level compact luxury sedan makes a nice combination of luxury with performance, Car and Driver says. Rear drive is standard with all-wheel drive optional. It replaces Cadillac's ATS.
Electra Meccanica Solo
Starts at: $16,250
Wait -- whaaat? At first glance it might look like there's something wrong with the photograph. But take a look at the next picture and this nifty commuter car starts to make sense.
Photo: Electra Meccanica
You may not have heard of Canadian car company Electra Meccanica, which is supposed to begin selling this three-wheel, all-electric one-passenger vehicle by the end of the year. The company is billing it as a commuter's car that reduces fuel and maintenance costs, is easy to park and has less environmental impact. It's vegan-friendly, has a heated seat, Bluetooth audio and a rear-view camera. The company says the Solo is being engineered to meet global motor vehicle safety standards.
Photo: Electra Meccanica
Ferrari F8 Tributo
Looking for a little more pizzazz? The Italian automaker unveiled the Ferrari F8 Tributo this year at the Geneva Motor Show.
The new mid-rear-engined sports car, an update to the Ferrari 488, pays homage to Ferrari's most powerful V8. The 2020 F8 should be in Ferrari dealerships in December. It starts at $293,480, according to KBB.
2020 Genesis GV80
The Genesis GV80 Concept is a luxury crossover that's supposed to start at around $50,000, according to Car and Driver, which also says the GV80 is meant to compete with the Mercedes-Benz GLE-class and the BMW X5. It is Genesis' first SUV, and will have a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain, the company says. It is reported to be coming out in early 2020.
2020 Hyundai Palisade
Starts at: $31,550
This is an all-new SUV, and Hyundai's (HYMTF) biggest. It's a three-row crossover with a standard V6 engine that seats up to eight people. The Palisade gets about 19 mpg city and 26 mpg highway, and can tow up to 1,650 lbs.
Starts at: $18,000 (estimated)
Hyundai expects to have this car on sale this year, it's supposed to be the lowest-priced SUV in the U.S., and smaller than the Hyundai Kona. It's Hyundai's answer to compact SUVs like the Nissan (NSANY) Kicks. KBB says it could be a good choice for teens, thanks to its safety features.
2020 Kia Telluride
Starts at: $31,690
This large new 3-row SUV seats up to eight and is available with front- or all-wheel drive. It has a 3.8-liter V6 engine and 8-speed automatic transmission.
Land Rover Defender
Starts at: $49,900
Land Rover made this classic from 1948 to 2016, but stopped selling them in the U.S. in the 1990s, so this old favorite has been much anticipated. It's the first full redesign of the car since 1948, according to KBB. It's offered as a 2-door (shown here) and 4-door, available as a hybrid, and there's even a Lego version.
Photo: Land Rover
2020 Lincoln Aviator
Starts at: $51,100
This is Lincoln's first three-row midsize SUV, available as both a gas and hybrid vehicle. The midsize luxury Aviator replaces Lincoln's MKT.
2020 Lincoln Corsair
Starts at: $35,945
Lincoln's more compact luxury SUV, the Corsair, replaces the MKC and comes only in a gas powertrain. It seats five and gets 22 MPG city, and 29 MPG highway.
Starts at: $210,000
The supercar maker's first grand touring car is meant be used for daily driving or long road trips ("engineered for continent-crossing capability," as McLaren puts it) and has more luggage space. But it's a McLaren, so it doesn't skimp on performance. Its V-8 engine generates 612 horsepower and it hits 60 mph in 3.1 seconds, with a top speed of 203 mph.
2020 Mercedes-Benz EQ
The Mercedes-Benz EQ is the first of the auto maker's soon-to-come family of all-electric vehicles. Its 80.0-kWh battery is said to provide up to 200 miles of driving range per charge, according to CNet, and as for price, it's likely to be a little steeper than the $75,000 Audi E-Tron.
Mini Cooper SE
Starts at: $30,750
The new all-electric Cooper SE coupe is Mini's first EV, and looks just like the Mini Cooper Hardtop. It's rated in Europe to have a range 146-167 miles, according to Forbes. Look for it to go on sale in March 2020.
2020 Polestar 1
Starts at: $155,000
Polestar 1 is a high-performance plug-in hybrid made by Volvo, which has turned Polestar into a sub-brand. It will have an all-electric range of 93 miles. You can check out the car in person, but you have to buy it online. The plug-in hybrid has two electric motors driving the rear wheels and a gasoline engine driving the front wheels, together generating 600 hp and 737 pound-feet of torque.
Starts at: $63,000
The more affordable Polestar 2 is a midsize five-door electric fastback that is said to be Volvo's answer to the Tesla Model 3. The 78 kWh battery provides a range of 275 miles. It has standard vegan interior materials and accelerates from zero to 60 mph in less than 5 seconds. This one also has to be ordered online. Look for it early next year.
Starts at: $150,900
The Taycan is Porsche's first all-electric production vehicle, and the four-door sports car is supposed to give Tesla a run for its money. It races from zero to 60 mph in around 3.5 seconds and has a range of over 300 miles. It's on sale now, with deliveries in December 2019, and buyers get three years of unlimited 30-minute charging via the Electrify America network included in the price of the car.
2020 Tesla Roadster
Starts at: $200,000
The original Tesla Roadster was in produced in California from 2008 to 2012, and traveled 200 miles on a charge. This new one has a range of 620 miles and goes from zero to 60 mph in 1.9 seconds (yes, 1.9 seconds) with top speeds of 250 mph. Tesla bills it as "The quickest car in the world, with record-setting acceleration, range and performance." It's still in the works, but you can reserve one.
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
Starts at: $58,900
This is the eighth generation of the sports car classic since it was first introduced in 1953. The 2020 version has a 495-horsepower mid-engine V8, and can go from zero to 60 mph in 3 seconds or less. The two-piece hardtop can activate at speeds up to 30 mph.
Acura Type S Concept
Acura revealed its Type S Concept earlier this year at Monterey. Type S is supposed to indicate increased performance, and it will likely inspire the design of the next-generation Acura TLX, according to CNet. Look for it in the next couple of years.
2021 Ford Bronco
Ford is said to be bringing the classic off-roading Bronco back to its lineup for the first time since the 1990s. Look for it to go on sale sometime in late 2020. According to Car and Driver, it will have removable doors and roof, will be built in Michigan, and there will be a hybrid version. In the meantime, Ford is selling Bronco paraphernalia on its website. Pictured is a 1973 Bronco.
2020 Hyundai Santa Cruz Pickup
Hyundai has been showing off its crossover light-pickup concept at auto shows since 2015, and is now supposed to put it into production, the company told Autocar last December. Pictured is the concept at the Orange County International Auto Show in 2015.
Photo: betto rodrigues / Shutterstock
2020 Kia Mohave
This 4WD SUV, smaller than the Kia Telluride, should turn up late this year or early 2020. The existing Kia Mohave is sold overseas, and was sold in the U.S. as the Kia Borrego from 2008 through 2010, according to CNet.