For the 2020 year, there are so many cars that arouse car lovers interest. Each year, the excitement of car lovers cannot be dampened as a result of the new cars ready to come into the showroom. Read on to find out the top 10 cars to watch out for in 2020.

Honda Jazz

The new Jazz launched by Honda when compared with its predecessor, has new technology, simpler panels and chunkier bumpers added to its SUV cross star status. Although Honda insists on 62.8mpg, its 1.5 Liter petrol engine and two electric motors and a lithium-ion battery pack has a power rating of 108bhp and a torque of 253Nm.

Ford Mustang Mach-e

Being the first electric SUV with indisputable longest range of 370 miles (595.46 km) among other models within its class, Mustang Mach-E will have variety of powertrains and its output is to range between 255bhp and 333bhp when it becomes available. It will definitely be a headline grabber.

Ford Kuga

The design that gave birth to Ford Kuga contains a fresh platform, a new eight –inch touchscreen and an active noise-canceling system and eco-friendly powertrains which makes it a desirable to have. With a return upwards of 200mpg by the flagship Kuga powered by 2.5-liter petrol engine and electric motor connected to 10.3kWh battery as announced by Ford, its fuel consumption rate is highly economical

Cupra Leon

With its launch coming soon, it is poised to rival Hyundai i30N and Ford Focus ST. It will contain variety of powertrains; 1.4-liter four-cylinder plug-in hydrid rated 242bhp, and 2.0-liter turbo rated in 242bhp, 296bhp or 306bhp will usher varieties for customers.

Aston Martin DBX

The Aston Martin DBX offers comfort to users. Its plenty of space and its comparison to the likes of Audi RS6 when on the road has made it expensive and as some claim, for the future of the company, it has had to recruit more workforce and build a new factory for its production.

Audi A3

The Audi A3 is a modified version of MQB platform. Its 10.1-inch touchscreen and 10.25-inch digital instrument panel are the most obvious change inside. It also considered as being energy efficient, saving 0.4 liters of fuel per 62 miles (99.78 km). When compared to its predecessor, it is longer and wider. Nevertheless, it is a five door just like its predecessor.

Bentley Bacalar

The Bacalar has some striking similarities with Continental GT convertible. Although the car’s door design is retained, the elegance often associated with Bentley is noticeable with its bespoke bodywork and cabin features. Power produced from the 6.0-liter W12 motor is 650bhp/900Nm.


Poised to be the first pure electric SUV produced by BMW, it is a better choice than the wacky i4. The iX3, being an electric car has consummated other X3 series of cars that are petrol, diesel powered. Its new wheels are designed for aerodynamic efficiency. And the family sized SUV can cover 273 miles (439.35 km) on a single charge of its 74 kWh battery.

Ferrari 812 GTS

The 812 GTS, the brand-new convertible launched by Ferrari is simply eye-catching compared to the 812 Superfast. Its folding hard-top which can be lowered within 14 seconds at speed of up to 29mph (46.67 km/h), new retractable electric screen, seven speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and the 789bhp power produced by its 6.5 v12 is quite impressive. In less than 3 seconds, it can complete 0 to 62mph (99.78 km/h) sprint time.

Hyundai i20

A new accommodating roomy cabin with an ultra-safe design, a pair of 10.25-inch digital display and a hybrid engine makes i20 desirable. It will be a strong contender with Ford Fiesta and Renault Clio according to the Korean brand manufacturer. Its 1.0 liter 3 cylinder turbocharged petrol produces a power of 100bhp.