For those who don’t already know, this year has the potential to be an absolute historical year for the automotive industry. As we all know imminent changes like a switch to full electrification and hybrids models is on the doorstep. Many more technological changes aimed at enhancing driving experiencing and decreasing carbon footprint are coming daily and we won’t even be surprised if these couple of years are the last fully-fledged years that fossil fuel based engines see. But as they say, we gotta live it in the now, so let’s look at some of the most anticipated and potentially hottest properties of 2019.
This one is again offered as both hatchback and sedan because it seems that Mazda is thin on specs currently but what this one promises is better engines. The monster 1.8L Diesel engine called Skydrive-D has been introduced to the segment vacated by Volkswagen. The other one is SkyDrive-x, a gasoline engine that sometimes runs in compression-ignition mode just like a Diesel engine.
Mazda just can’t get away with its love for expensive paints and the newest one is Polymetal Grey, that is said to change colors according to light.
General Motors are putting all the love into these fossil fuel powered vehicles just before their ultimate demise and that is being shown with this one specifically. This monster equipped with a hand-built 550 HP DOHC Twin Turbo V8 Engine has the potential of being one that makes everyone remember the golden generation of the fossil fuel powered engines, come the future with electric cars. Excellent, when it comes to specifications, this one is amongst the last great ones of the gasoline age.
Many people until now have talked a lot about this amazing car that has brought Ford back to the SUV scene with the re-introduction of rear wheel drive which is deemed to make it better in handling than its predecessor.
The highest selling SUV in the history of the US automobile industry has become much anticipated again. This monster equipped with 400 HP engine and 5000-pound Torque capacity is surely here to change things and make it into the books again like it is used to doing.
This one is a Toyota version of Z4 and it shows, just that the name Supra! Jokes apart, the last Supra that was released in the 90s was a really good vehicle that was ridiculously powerful and really expensive as a downside. Today, although the power part of it stays, the expense doesn’t. Starting at a modest $51,000, the car with a powerful 334 HP 6 in line engine comes at a really good price when compared to its predecessor and this one is anticipated to be sold much more than its predecessor.
Previous Shelby GT500’s have always been insanely powerful machines with bodies like medieval cars, thankfully Ford has worked on that and changed it for the good. Having aimed for a bit of finesse, Ford has more or less been able to do that with the carbon fiber wheels and body and adjustable wings at the cost of back seats. What’s more is the power and we are all loving it insanely.
Deemed to be like some older popular Mustangs, this monster equipped with GT350’s 5.3L V8 produces 700 HP with some modifications and that makes the car one of the highlights of the year.