After going through most anticipated vehicles of 2018 and 2019 respectively, it’s time to look further into the future and do the same for 2020. We can’t say they’re worth waiting for, but best cars 2020 will bring are certainly worth the mention. More than that, actually. There are already a few potential market shakers scheduled for that model year. Whether they’re worth waiting for, that’s for you to decide. No one can really advise you to wait that long for a new model anyway. But that still shouldn’t stop us from thinking a few steps ahead. Following models are just that. Likely the most anticipated models for year 2020 and a window into automotive industry’s nearer future. Bear in mind that some of them might get rescheduled, while others – even though announced – might get discarded completely. That’s the price of predicting the future. You never know it for sure.
1. Aston Martin DBX
Porsche Cayenne, Bentley Bentayga, and upcoming Lamborghini Urus and Rolls Royce Cullinan are proof enough that no automaker however illustrious can resist the urge to join lucrative motoring segment that SUV and crossover segment certainly is. Aston Martin will be joining the race too. It’s only a matter of model year. By the looks of it, their DBX concept from 2015 Geneva Motor Show (production model likely to keep the name) is bound to become one of the most striking offerings for model year 2020.
It’s not only Aston Martin’s reputation that mandates a crossover in their lineup. It’s sheer survival these days as well. DBX will likely be underpinned by a modified version of adhesive-bonded aluminum DB11 platform. That said, the car will likely cost around $200,000. Furthermore, it’ll likely be powered by one of Mercedes-Benz’s V8 powerplants, but stronger engines and electric options should become available further into DBX’s cycle. Finally, expect four doors and more SUV-like roofline when production model hits the streets. DBX concept didn’t have to care about such practicality trivialities.