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TOP CARS OF 2020

What’s going on with the year 2020? I don’t think anyone is quite sure. This year has no doubt brought some hardships, however, 2020 hasn’t left us completely out to dry yet! Check out the best of this year’s cars and coolest new cars ranked by Forbes and Digital Trends. They are something to marvel at. Take a peek into some of 2020’s most spectacular gifts to us so far in the automotive industry. 

The Best Cars for 2020

  1. Jaguar I-Pace – The Best Car of 2020
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The Jaguar I-Pace ranked “The best car of 2020” for it’s electric motors and sports car agility. According to JaguarUSA this vehicle features an elegant, highly aerodynamic design that offers maximum efficiency. Above all, the exterior appears sleek and modern without clutter. And the interior design offers an uncluttered, clean look. No wonder it’s number one! Check out some images of this car here.

  1. Jeep Wrangler – The Best SUV
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Traction, water fording, maneuverability, articulation, and ground clearance. All words that Jeep describes when talking about The best SUV of 2020: The Jeep Wrangler. It’s no secret that this powerhouse of a vehicle can handle the most unpredictable conditions and keep you safe on your next off roading adventure. It allows you to effortlessly navigate treacherous trails, streams, and puddles with ease. Above all, the Jeep Wrangler makes you WANT to go through obstacles and find a new adventure. 

  1. Audi R8 V10 Performance – The Best Sports Car
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It’s impossible to stay blue in the “Best Sports Car” of 2020. The teams from Audi motorsports and production worked together sharing just under 50% of the same parts as the R8 GT3 LMS race car. The Audi R8 V10 gives everyday drivers the ability to experience something from the racetrack. It features a unique application of quattro®, which AudiUSA says emulates a rear-wheel drive vehicle, only with the ability to send up to 100% of available torque to the front axle. Therefore, this coupe features the cutting edge of advanced technologies.  

 Forbes Coolest New Cars for 2020

  1. Aston Martin Rapide E
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Built for speed, built for performance, the Aston Martin Rapide E is just plain – sweet. With speeds up to 155mph and a sub – 4.0 seconds 0-60mph time. Rapide E is powered by an 800V electrical battery. Moreover, the battery system powers two rear electric motors that produce a target output of over 612PS. It’s powerful, to say the least. 

DID YOU KNOW: Daniel Craig, as a reward for playing James Bond, can take any Aston Martin from the factory for the rest of his life. That’d be nice. 

  1. Mclaren GT
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It’s luxurious, spacious, and “supremely quick.” Its crazy fast acceleration is due to its 4.0 litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine. Endless power and torque make this ride’s handling thrilling. Have you seen it? In addition to the comfort, space, and elegance all describe the Mclaren GT- it’s light, stiff, and has a mid-mounted engine for ideal weight distribution. There’s a brake steer system, as with every Mclaren, giving you confidence on windy roads and hard turns.  

  1. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

They say the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has been completely redesigned from the ground up to deliver a thrill on “every drive.” Check out the “style points” here. Have you gone from 0-60pmh in 2.9 seconds? With 495 horsepower, the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is guaranteed to take you on a wild ride. 

In conclusion, the best and coolest cars of 2020 are slick, fast, and in so many ways practical. With more room for you, your hobbies, and better handling for more thrilling rides, these vehicles are going to be tough to compete with in 2021. This year has no doubt brought some hardships, however, the automotive industry will forever keep us looking forward. 

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