2020 has been a tough year, especially for automakers. However,

the upcoming 2021 is holding surprises which can be exiting considering cars lovers.

Below are the top 6 upcoming american cars that deserves the hype:


1. Ford Bronco:

The primary Bronco since 1996 is set to be a hit out of the door, with Ford announcing it as of now has more

than 165,000 requests for its Jeep Wrangler-battling SUV. Two-entryway and four-entryway models will be

offered from $29,995 to $60,800, all with standard four-wheel-drive frameworks, removable rooftops and a

decision of four-chamber and six-chamber turbocharged motors. 

See Ford Bronco photos here.

2. GMC Hummer EV:

The lethargic HUMMER name returns on a GMC-marked electric pickup. The $112,595 beast will dispatch with

a 1,000 hp all-wheel-drivetrain, four-wheel controlling that enables it to drive slantingly and an air suspension

framework that can raise it six creeps to address roadblocks. 

See GMC Hummer EV photos here.

3. Jeep wagoneer

Jeep's initial three-column SUVs in longer than 10 years are intended to contend with trucks like the Ford Expedition,

Chevrolet Tahoe/Suburban GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade. The Ram 1500-inferred SUVs include

completely free suspensions, rough terrain ability and discretionary lavish trim. 

See Jeep wagoneer photos here.

4. Lucid air:

Startup California-based electric vehicle organization Lucid will be taking on Tesla with a sleek car that

offers a scope of 406-517 miles for each charge and a first in class model with 1080 hp. Costs start at $69,990

and move to $161,500. 

There is no photos yet.

5. Rivian R1T:

The Amazon and Ford-sponsored startup plans will deliver a Launch Edition of its medium sized electric truck

at a previous Mitsubishi manufacturing plant in Normal, Ill., valued at $75,000 that can to 300 miles for each

charge and utilize its four autonomous engines to turn set up like a tank. 

See Rivian R1T photos here.

6. Tesla cybertruck:

Tesla's going down to Texas to fabricate the most strange pickup each made. The all-electric, treated steel

truck guarantees supercar quickening, 500 miles of reach and "impenetrable" windows and body boards for $69,900,

while a less intense adaptation will be accessible for $49,900.

See Tesla cybertruck photos here.

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