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Six Exciting New Car Models Launching in 2020

It’s a new year, which means the most prestigious automotive brands will soon be launching a whole host of new models – and we can’t wait!

In recent years, there has been increasing focus on a sustainable future, and therefore many of the biggest upcoming launches are electric and hybrid models. This will undoubtedly add an interesting dynamic to the market this year and in the future, and allow consumers to experience the industry in a way they never have before.

We’ve selected a handful of new models due to launch in 2020 that we’re particularly looking forward to and that we think you’ll love. You never know, one of these could be your next set of wheels…


BMW 2 Series Gran Coupé

BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe

Spring 2020 will see the arrival of the first ever BMW 2 Series Gran Coupé. Its modern-yet-classic BMW appearance is athletic and refined - and that’s just the exterior. Inside, the driver-orientated cockpit is equipped with state-of the-art technology, including BMW Intelligent Personal Assistant which comes as standard on M Sport and M235i models. The 2 Series Gran Coupé is as powerful as you would expect from a BMW, with the highest spec model variant reaching 0-62mph in a rapid 4.8 seconds. All we can say is, prepare yourself for an exhilarating ride.

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Land Rover Defender

Land Rover Defender

The familiar silhouette makes the Defender immediately identifiable as a Land Rover, but the rounded headlights and sharp design lines offer an individual and distinctive look. Land Rover are famous for creating strong and durable vehicles that can easily tackle tricky terrains and the Defender lives up to that legendary reputation. All wheel drive and shortened front and rear overhangs offer supreme capability, and because the Defender has been tested and challenged in the most extreme conditions, the sheer strength of this car make it the toughest Land Rover yet.

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Mercedes-Benz EQC

Mercedes-Benz EQC

There has been a lot of hype around the new EQC because it’s a significant milestone on the Mercedes-Benz road to electric. This is the first Mercedes-Benz electric 4x4 and with this innovative new model comes an exciting new style. The LED wraparound lights and wide display make for a beautifully sleek exterior, and the fully digital dashboard allows for an intuitive and high-tech experience behind the wheel. Thanks to the powerful electric motor, the EQC will propel you forwards with full torque and reach 0-62mph in just 5.1 seconds. Best of all, when the time comes to charge you’ll be good to go in just 40 minutes*.

*Minimum charging time at a public DC charging station with supply kW (110) from 10 to 80%.

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MINI Electric

MINI Electric

The MINI Electric has all the style, iconic features and playful nature of a classic MINI, just without the emissions. On a full charge, you will be able to travel up to 144 miles, and with 6,100 public charging stations around the UK, charging on the go is a breeze. The MINI Electric also comes with a cable for standard 3-pin plug sockets allowing for hassle-free home charging. The dashboard is equipped with a futuristic 6.5” digital display which gives you access to some of the best technology MINI has to offer, and all of this comes with a very attractive price tag.

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Porsche Taycan

Porsche Taycan

The Taycan signals Porsche's entry into the high-end electric car market and is a wonderful addition to the Porsche range, epitomising the emotion and driving pleasure that defines the brand. Available in an array of exterior colours, with a wide choice interior fabrics and wheels, Porsche want you to make the Taycan your own. The battery capacity in this electric masterpiece is highly impressive, offering a range of up to 252 miles in the 4S and 279 miles in the Turbo. You can also expect incredible Porsche speed, with 0-62mph being reached in a mind-blowing 2.8 seconds in the Turbo S.

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Volkswagen ID.3

Volkswagen ID.3

The new electric ID.3 from Volkswagen brings a sporty and futuristic vibe that is designed to turn heads. As one of the more cost-effective electric car options, but still with a range of innovative features, the ID.3 is a very appealing model. There are three battery variants to choose from, all of which facilitate quick and easy charging; the smallest is capable of a 330km range, and the largest can reach up to 550km. The ID.3’s inventive interactive lighting welcomes you as you approach, helps you to navigate to your destinations, warns you of upcoming dangers and other road users, and can even advise you to brake.

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With models like these on the horizon, you’re going to be spoilt for choice if you’re looking to bag yourself a new vehicle this year! If you would like further information about any of these new cars, you can contact your nearest Inchcape dealership or send us an enquiry online .

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