2021 Cars and Concepts You Should Keep Your Eye Out For
The automotive industry is making the most of consumer demands by releasing some exciting 2021 cars. The list of 2021 models includes a new all-electric Mustang Mach-E and rebirthed Chevy Trailblazer. In addition to these new cars, other 2021 models include a redesigned Dodge Dart and Subaru WRX. Here are some other interesting concepts you should keep your eye out for. If you have been waiting for one, now is the time to buy one!
2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost
The all-wheel-drive Rolls-Royce Ghost 2021 should appeal to the chilly climates. The new Ghost features multi-link suspension with adaptive dampers and rear-axle steering to enhance handling. It also has rear-axle steering to enhance agility and maneuverability in parking lots, valet lines, and private jet hangars. Despite the Ghost’s large size, it still weighs just 2,490kg.
2021 Audi RS 6 sans wagon shape
While the Audi RS 6 isn’t cheap, it is an excellent option for the sports car enthusiast who wants a luxury car that can get around town comfortably. Its spacious wagon shape is complemented by its high-quality interior, modern tech and driver aids, and comical performance. In fact, it performed as well as some sports cars, and it also has enough cargo space to rival many SUVs.
2021 Porsche 911 Targa with manual transmission
The 2021 Porsche 911 Targa with manual-transmission has a lot to offer the driver. The car is a relaxed sports car with engaging performance and the joy of shifting gears. If you’re looking for an all-weather convertible that’s also practical, the Targa is the right choice. This is because the Targa can be driven in snow or ice without losing its comfort levels.
2021 Mitsubishi Mirage with 4 and 4S trims
The new 2021 Mitsubishi Mirage is a stylish, efficient, and safe vehicle. Its size, just 59 inches, and comparatively low height help it handle well and deliver excellent fuel efficiency. Its weight of just over 3,000 pounds makes it lightweight and responsive, which is a plus compared to most competitors. With such a price range, the Mirage is an excellent choice for those on a tight budget. The G4 trim adds a tire-pressure monitoring system.
2021 Ram 1500 with DT version
The 2021 RAM 1500 with DT version is already hitting showroom floors. The vehicle has already gone through a thorough homologation process, a new body style, and is now ready for right-hand drive. Ram Australia also tested the truck’s performance on an epic, multi-terrain route across Australia. The new truck has a three-year/unlimited kilometer warranty. It’s also covered by roadside assistance for three years and 100, 000 kilometers.
The BMW i4’s cabin is lavishly appointed with a reversing camera, white leather upholstery, and light wood trim. Its dashboard has a large display that spans two-thirds of the width of the vehicle. Even if it lacks a lot of space for legroom, the i4’s headroom is sufficient. Its four doors make it a practical vehicle to own, and it should be able to reach level three autonomous driving.
Alfa Romeo 812 Superfast coupe
Alfa Romeo has just unveiled a new mule of its super-fast coupe for 2021, the 812 Superfast. Although it largely looks like the standard Superfast, the mule has a few differences. The exhaust pipe surrounds are larger and more rugged looking. It has two small winglets on its central diffuser that might affect aerodynamics. There’s no word yet on the interior, so we’ll have to wait and see.
Tesla Model Y
The 2021 Tesla Model Y uses the same chassis and interior as the current Model 3 but with additional cargo space and optional third row seats. This new vehicle also adds SUV styling, as well as dual on-board electric motors. The base model comes with rear-wheel drive, while the Long Range and Performance versions feature all-wheel-drive. The Model Y can travel 326 miles on a single charge.