What are the Most Anticipated Cars of 2021?
2021 looks set to be a good year for the auto industry despite the pandemic as there are many highly-anticipated models to look forward to which will certainly entice motorists looking to make a change. Electric cars will dominate with so many great models to choose from, improving technology and so many benefits of ownership, so read on to discover what the most anticipated cars set for release this year are.
Volvo XC40 Recharge P8
Volvo’s first foray into the electric car market will be the XC40 Recharge and will pave the way for their entire range to be electrified. The sleek and stylish compact SUV is said to have a range of 248 miles, which will certainly be enough for most motorists.
VW ID.5 & ID.6
The VW ID.5 and ID.6 will ensure that this is a good year for VW. The ID.5 is a coupe version of the ID.4 electric SUV with entry model capable of around 210 miles on a single charge while the ID.6 is an impressive 7-seater family car with a range of between 200 and 300 miles. When you buy a new car, it is always a good idea to protect your investment with GAP insurance for your VW so that you have financial protection in the event of a write off.
Small SUVs are hugely popular right now and the new Vauxhall Mokka-e could be a major contender this year. With a cool, sporty design, comfortable interior and range of around 200 miles, the Mokka-e will certainly be a popular choice.
Audi Q4 e-tron
The Q4 e-tron is one of the most anticipated electric vehicles around with concepts dating back to the 2019 Geneva motor show and this is the year that motorists will finally be able to get behind the wheel. As you would expect with Audi, the e-tron has great looks, a stylish and luxury interior and plenty of great tech. It is also said to offer a range of around 310 miles and capable of 0-60 in around 6 seconds.
The ever-popular Fiat 500 is sure to be a successful electric car and ideal for those looking for a stylish, easy to drive and practical city car. The Fiat 500 is said to be around 199 miles, which gives it the edge over a few of its key competitors.
These are a few of the most anticipated electric cars to hit the market this year but there are a handful of others too. Electric cars are in-demand with many motorists looking to make the switch, which could help the motor industry to recover in 2021 and beyond.