After a year like the last one, there’s a lot to look forward to in 2021, including a collection of very exciting vehicles entering the market.

From eco-friendly to a revival of an old name, here are five of the most anticipated cars to keep an eye out for this new year.

Ford Bronco

Yes, the Ford Bronco is back.

Ford Motor Co. had a busy 2020 that caused delays but is committed to launching this vehicle by summer.

The reborn nameplate will compete with the Jeep Wrangler for the title of affordable off-road king.

It comes in two- or four-door models and has two turbocharged engines and a rock-climbing Sasquatch package.


Despite the BMW iX’s peculiar look, there’s a lot to be excited about with this electric vehicle.

The BMW iX is the brand’s new go-to medium-sized EV crossover, after being a niche vehicle as an i model.

The updated and roomier BMW iX features a 500-horsepower motor with a range of about 300 miles. It will be equipped with fast-charging capability.

Genesis GV70

The new luxury brand is taking its best shot following its successful award-winning G70 by introducing its first SUV.

It will compete with such prestigious vehicles such as the Audi Q5 and Porsche Macan. It will do it by using a familiar two-engine lineup: 2.5-liter four-cylinder and 3.5-liter V6, both turbocharged.

Ioniq 5

Much like the Genesis, which spun into its own brand, Ioniq hopes to have similar success with the unveiling of a new addition to the all-EV Ioniq lineup.

The first in the series is the Ioniq 5, a mid-sized SUV with fast-charging capabilities. The design will reimagine the brand’s early vehicles with distinct angular features.

Nissan Z

While the Nissan Z is one of the longer-lasting names in the market, it is coming out with something new: a two seater.

There won’t be a lot of changes to the overall, old-school design of the Nissan Z. It’ll retain a similar nose to the original 240Z and its taillights are a nod to the 300ZX model.

It’ll come in six-speed and automatic with turbocharged V6 engines.

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