Here are t​he best new cars coming in 2020

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A​s we wave goodbye to a past decade of cars, we can now say hello to what will power us through the next ten years of our lives. 2020 will see a number of new and exciting vehicles entering the market, ranging from SUVs to all-electric hypercars.

T​hese are the best new cars of 2020:

H​onda e

H​onda have long been known for building some of the best daily commuter cars, with icons like the Civic having revolutionized the small car. However, with the new Honda e the Japanese automaker will be entering the electric car market.

Honda are marketing this car as a small commuter with an agreeably small range of just 136 miles, via a 36kWh battery pack. However, charging times should be quite brisk as the Honda e should be able to add up to 108 miles to its battery pack in just 30 minutes. On the downside, it doesn’t have the best range: the 36kWh battery is good for around 136 miles, according to Honda, however, independent testing should be able to provide a more realistic number.

C​oming in Summer of 2020

P​olestar 2

T​esla's Model 3 has proven that there is a huge appetite in the market for a mid-priced luxury sedan, and now the Swedish automaker Polestar wants to have a go at it as well. A subsidiary of Volvo, Polestar represent the high-tech side of the Swedish conglomerate.

W​ith a rather impressive range of 310 miles, the all-electric polestar will start at $45,000 which is $6,000 more than the Model 3. However, it will come with more standard equipment, and a more traditional interior with subdued Swedish styling leading the way.

C​oming in June 2020

M​ustang Mach-E

P​erhaps the most controversial car of the year the Mach-E represents Ford's first foray into the electric SUV market. Setting aside the frankly embarrassing use of the Mustang nameplate the Mach-E has an alleged maximum range of 370 miles, with many interior cues coming from Tesla, and a variety of powertrain and battery options the Mach-E is sure to make a splash.

C​oming in late 2020

A​ston Martin DBX

S​ticking with the SUV trend, the DBX represents Aston's first foray into the luxury SUV market. Despite it's drastic departure from tradition the British automaker insists that the DBX is a proper Aston at heart, partly in thanks to its 542bhp twin-turbocharged V8 engine, making it the most powerful V8 Aston have ever put into a production car.

C​oming in the summer of 2020

A​udi e-tron GT

L​ooking a bit like an Audi R8 and a Porsche Taycan got into a fist fight the new e-tron GT represents Audi's first foray into the electric sedan market. With technology coming from the Taycan Turbo S not much is known about Audi's newest car, however, if the Taycan is anything to go by it should be blisteringly fast.

C​oming in late 2020

L​and Rover Defender

I​t's back! After a hiatus of a few years Land Rover have brought back their most iconic model, the Defender. With retro-looking styling the new Defender boasts a completely reworked 4x4 powertrain, and for the first time ever in a Defender some luxury features! Some of the new creature comforts include a touchscreen infotainment system, parking cameras, and a 14-speaker premium sound system.

However, Land Rover insist that the new Defender is still a rugged offroader at heart, boasting that it's still possible to hose out the floor of the interior, as there is still no sill around the door.

C​oming in early 2020

F​errari Roma

U​nvieled late last year the new Roma represents Ferrari's attempt at capturing a younger audience. Marketed as a sporting-GT, the Roma "borrows" quite a few styling cues from the Aston Martin Vantage sports car. Starting at an estimated $225,000 the Roma will be powered by a turbocharged V8 pushing out just over 660 horsepower.

C​oming in late 2020

T​esla Roadster

Y​es yes I know, not another Tesla, but when released the new Roadster will represent a true revolution in the performance car world. With a claimed 0-60 MPH time of just 1.9 seconds the new roadster will feature a 600 mile range, along with all of the other Tesla-tech. Furthermore, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has boasted that the new Roadster will be available with an optional SpaceX rocket pack, something which might even enable the car to fly.

E​xpected to arrive in late 2020, but really who knows?

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