There have been a variety of new models of automobiles hitting the road this year, with a majority of them being sports utility vehicles or SUVs. The number of sports and sedan models is dwindling by the day, as most people prefer going for a combination of comfort, space, and fuel economy, that the SUVs are aptly delivering.
Production of cool models like the Ford Taurus and Chevrolet Impala has been discontinued. Overall, the number of subcompact models has reduced from 26 in 2019, to 17 in 2020. Cars like Chevrolet Sonic and Ford Fiesta are also on the path of bowing out.
You can still acquire a cool car though, if are a fan of sedans and small sports cars. Here are some that you might consider.
The Cadillac CT5 takes the place of the 2020 CTS midsize. This cool vehicle is dynamically styled with a streamlined roofline, narrow headlights and a broad grille. It features a powerful 2.0 – liter engine producing 237 horsepower, but there is also an option for the power-crazy enthusiasts, of a livelier 3.0 – liter V6 engine generating 335 horsepower. Both have an all-wheel-drive option. Additional features include a rear-camera mirror, Caddy’s Super Cruise system and massaging front seats. It is convenient for a small family of four, and you only get it at $38,000.
Ford Mustang Shelby GT500
If it is power, coupled with good looks you are looking for, then this beauty got you covered. It features a 5.8 – liter V8 engine that is supercharged, generative a massive 760 horsepower. It further has through its rear wheels 625 pound-feet of torque with a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic transmission. The car, according to its manufacturers Ford, can reach 60 miles per hour in less than three seconds! The only downside is that it’s a two-door coupe, a little limited in space though it can still accommodate four people.
Mini Cooper SE
You can sacrifice power for more room and fuel consumption, and still get a cool looking vehicle in Mini Cooper SE. There are plans to launch an all-electric Cooper SE with zero-emissions. The manufacturers promise smooth acceleration, reaching 0-60 MPH in just 7.3 seconds. The electric motor is set to generate about 181 horsepower, aided by 199 pound-feet of torque. It has four driving modes, and you can also select from the double regenerative braking options. The stylish Mini range will be about 146 – 167 miles on a single charge.
A full electric hatchback, with four doors. It features beautiful and sleek curves, with nice sleek LED lights. It has an impressive range of 330-miles, about 530 kilometers. The vehicle is an all-wheel-drive, and its all-electric engine is capable of generating 408 horsepower with 407 pound-feet of torque.
Its electric features are set to compete with those of Tesla Model 3. You can get a performance pack to enhance its brakes, suspension and wheel upgrades. It also features phone-as-key technology. You can now get this beautiful, strong and spacious vehicle starting at $63,000.