There are reportedly over 30 new car releases set for 2020.
Certain SUVs and trucks headline those that have been announced. Including a healthy mix of brand new models and a few that are rising from the dead for a second stint!
As the news rolls out on all the different features and designs of these future cars, it can be hard to organize your wishlist appropriately.
If you’re looking to upgrade from your current car to a new one, we recommend you wait to do so until these beauties get released.
New Car Releases That Have Us Excited
Most off-road fanatics have tussled with having to decide between a Jeep Wrangler or a truck with off-road capabilities, such as the Toyota Tacoma, for the extra trunk space.
Thanks to the Jeep Gladiator, you no longer have to pick between the two.
The Gladiator comes with all of the perks of a Wrangler (convertible doors and hood, 33-inch all-terrain tires, etc.) and brings a new 5-foot truck bed into the fold… what a game changer!
Inside features include a rear traffic alert, heated driver/passenger seats, and a comprehensive Bluetooth system that pairs nicely with any smartphone.
Jeep added the storage and towing of a truck into the Wrangler body style we all love; sounds like a winning formula to me!
The all-new Palisade will now headline Hyundai’s Crossover line, and rival that of the highly-praised Toyota Highlander.
There will be two trims available, SE and Limited Ultimate, and should run between the price range of $32,000-$42,000.
Hyundai stuffed this car with family-friendly features such as heated front-row and second-row seating, seven USB ports, 16 cup holders, and a head-up display that will add to a smooth driving experience.
If you’re the innovative type and looking to pack your family into a brand new model, look no further than the Hyundai Palisade!
If it’s the trustworthy and proven models you’re looking for: the Ford Explorer is a perfect choice. Explorer’s are one of the best-selling Ford vehicles of all time and for good reason!
The new Explorer will keep it’s 3-row layout while incorporating brand-new Hybrid and ST Models.
Its Hybrid model will feature a built-in electric motor, while the ST contains a slightly smaller EcoBoost engine and all-wheel drive. Both should offer better gas mileage for those long family road trips.
Complete with safety features such as automatic emergency brakes, blind spot and pedestrian surveillance, and lane controls, Ford managed to make one of the safest family vehicles on the market even safer.
Weighing out Your Options
Searching for a new car may be one of the hardest decisions you’ll ever make, but that doesn’t mean it has to be stressful.
In the world we live in today, it’s easier than ever to gather information on all the new car releases so that you can make the right decision based on your needs.
Once you’ve processed all the information and filtered it down to a few “perfect fits”, be sure to check out King Cotton inventory for the best deals around!