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New Cars Coming Out in 2024

New Cars of 2024

Explore the enticing array of upcoming vehicles set to hit the market, ranging from high-range electric cars to versatile family SUVs and beyond. Delve into our early insights provided by industry experts, guiding you in determining whether these models are worth anticipating. While we await the opportunity to conduct thorough test track evaluations, consider adding them to your list of prospects for future consideration.

 

Volvo EX90

Volvo’s upcoming electric SUV, designed to accommodate seven passengers across three rows, is poised to redefine safety standards. Packed with state-of-the-art features, such as a driver monitoring system capable of autonomously pulling over and contacting assistance, as well as an advanced lidar sensor supporting its cutting-edge driving assistance systems, the EX90 promises unparalleled security. With a substantial 111-kWh battery providing a range of up to 300 miles and boasting a robust power output of 496 horsepower, it offers both efficiency and performance. Inside, the sleek and minimalist interior is highlighted by a spacious 14.5-inch central screen, while radar-based occupant detection adds an extra layer of safety, particularly aimed at preventing children from being left unattended within the vehicle.

Price: $76,695-$86,545 
On sale: Late 2024

Volkswagen ID BUZZ

Volkswagen IQ Buzz

The Volkswagen ID.Buzz electric van pays homage to the iconic Microbus while embodying modernity, standing apart from its contemporaries without a direct competitor. Despite being approximately a foot shorter than traditional minivans, its innovative design benefits from the absence of a front engine. Available in two configurations, it offers either a single motor generating 282 horsepower for rear-wheel drive or a dual-motor setup producing 330 horsepower for all-wheel drive capability. Inside, the cabin showcases a minimalist aesthetic, featuring sleek horizontal vents, a 12.9-inch infotainment screen, and multiple charging points for mobile devices. The base model comes generously equipped with creature comforts like powered, heated, and ventilated front seats, while optional extras include a heated windshield, panoramic sunroof with electrochromic tinting, and a premium 14-speaker Harman Kardon stereo system.

Price: $45,000-$60,000 
On sale: 2024

Volkswagen ID.7

The Volkswagen ID.7, a midsize electric sedan, employs the company’s modular electric drive (MEB) platform, a technology shared with the ID.4 SUV. Sized comparably to the retired Passat sedan, it promises even greater interior space, rivaling the roominess of its predecessor. Boasting several innovative features, including a spacious 15-inch center screen, a head-up display, an adjustable tint glass roof, adaptive suspension, and optional massaging seats, this latest electric offering is poised to impress. Despite its hatchback design, which may not be immediately apparent, the ID.7 showcases a new electric drivetrain featuring a 282-horsepower electric motor paired with a two-stage, one-speed transmission. Its lithium-ion battery, boasting a 77-kilowatt-hour capacity and a 170-kilowatt charging capability, is ingeniously packaged within the floor. Additionally, a larger 86-kilowatt-hour version may be introduced later. Crafted in Germany, the ID.7 is scheduled to hit the market in 2024.

Price: $45,000-$55,000 (estimated)
On sale: 2024

Toyota Land Cruiser

Toyota Land Cruiser

The redesigned Land Cruiser is smaller, less expensive, and more fuel-efficient than the previous U.S. version. This two-row SUV shares its platform with the forthcoming redesigned Lexus GX. It’s fitted with a turbocharged hybrid four-cylinder powertrain shared with other Toyotas. The engine is matched to an eight-speed automatic transmission, routing power through a full-time four-wheel-drive system. Peak output is 326 hp and 465 lb.-ft. of torque, and the maximum tow capacity is 6,000 pounds. Toyota says the EPA-estimated fuel economy is 23 mpg combined. The base trim, dubbed “1958” in an homage to the original Land Cruiser, features nostalgic touches like round headlights, and it puts the focus on value and off-roading. The eponymous midlevel trim steps up the creature comforts, while the top First Edition trim ladles on all the extras, including leather upholstery and a roof rack. 

Price: $55,950-$74,950
On sale: Spring 2024 

Toyota Crown Signia

Toyota Crown Signia

If you’ve been drawn to the elegance of the Crown sedan but find yourself longing for more space, the Crown Signia SUV could be the perfect solution, bridging the gap between the Crown and a Highlander Hybrid SUV. Featuring a single powertrain option—a 243-horsepower, 2.5-liter hybrid four-cylinder engine mated to a continuously variable transmission—the Signia offers both power and efficiency. Standard all-wheel drive ensures confident handling in various road conditions. Inside, the interior design mirrors the sophistication of the Crown, highlighted by a digital instrument panel and a generous 12.3-inch infotainment screen. With two distinct trim levels—XLE and Limited—buyers can tailor their Signia experience to their preferences, with options including stereo grade (ranging from six to 11 speakers), upholstery choices, and additional features. For those seeking an added touch of luxury, a panoramic sunroof is also available as an option.

Price: $42,000-$50,000 (estimated)
On sale: Summer 2024 

Toyota 4Runner

Remaining true to its heritage, the revamped 4Runner emerges as a rugged off-road SUV built upon a platform shared with the latest Tacoma pickup and other body-on-frame Toyota models. Notably, it has grown in size, boasting increased length and width for enhanced spaciousness. Across trim levels like the SR5, TRD Sport, and TRD Sport Premium, drivers will find a robust 278-horsepower, 2.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Meanwhile, higher-end variants are equipped with a potent 326-horsepower, 2.4-liter turbocharged hybrid four-cylinder engine. Both powertrains are paired with an efficient 8-speed automatic transmission. Available in configurations ranging from two-wheel drive to full-time four-wheel drive, the 4Runner offers versatility to tackle various terrains with confidence. Inside, the cabin reflects a more contemporary design, featuring modern amenities, with screen sizes varying depending on the chosen trim level. Enhancing cargo flexibility, the second-row seats tumble forward, and for those requiring additional seating, a third-row option is available. Paying homage to its iconic heritage, the 4Runner retains the signature feature of a power-operated rear window on the liftgate, a characteristic cherished by enthusiasts.

Price: $40,000-$65,000 (estimated)
On sale: Fall 2024 

Subaru Forester

Subaru Forester

In its 2025 redesign, the Subaru Forester introduces a range of enhanced safety technologies atop a reinforced chassis, promising a quieter driving experience compared to its predecessors. While the new model boasts a more robust aesthetic with a beefier grille, squintier headlamps, prominent plastic-cladded fender arches, and distinctive haunches, the cosmetic alterations remain relatively subtle. Renowned for its reliability, the Forester continues to uphold its reputation, offering standard all-wheel drive, expansive windows for optimal visibility, and convenient utility. Subaru has bolstered its safety suite with features such as pedestrian and cyclist detection, alongside a rear seat occupant alert system, augmenting the vehicle’s active safety capabilities. Optional equipment includes driver monitoring and emergency steering functionalities, further enhancing driver assistance. In a notable decision, Subaru will also continue offering the 2024 Forester Wilderness model, maintaining its appeal for adventure enthusiasts, priced at $34,920.

Price: $29,695-$41,390
On sale: Late spring 2024

Ram 1500

The redesigned Ram pickup truck lineup introduces the conventional 1500 model, with plans for a semi-electric variant, the 1500 Ramcharger, featuring a gas engine as an onboard generator. Kicking off with a carryover 3.6-liter V6 engine, the lineup also offers turbocharged inline-six options delivering 420 and 540 horsepower, all paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission for seamless power delivery. Breaking new ground, the Ramcharger emerges as an electric powerhouse, boasting an impressive 663 horsepower. Utilizing its onboard V6 engine to recharge its 92-kWh battery while on the move, akin to the strategy employed by the departed Chevy Volt extended-range EV, the Ramcharger targets a remarkable 690-mile range. However, heavy cargo or towing may impact this range. With numerous configurations available, the interior of the Ram lineup can be adorned with an array of screens, including one dedicated exclusively to the passenger, ensuring a tech-forward and luxurious driving experience.

Price: $40,275-$87,155
On sale: Ram in winter 2024, Ram REV in fall 2024, Ramcharger in 2025

Nissan Kicks

Nissan Kicks

The 2025 Kicks receives a comprehensive redesign, boasting increased size, enhanced power, and the introduction of all-wheel drive for the first time. With a 3-inch lengthening and nearly every other dimension expanded by 2 inches, passengers and cargo benefit from improved space and comfort. Powering all versions is a robust 141-horsepower, 2.0-liter inline-four engine paired with a continuously variable transmission. Available in both front- and all-wheel drive configurations, each trim level—from the basic S to the well-appointed SV and sporty SR—caters to diverse preferences and lifestyles. Positioned among subcompact SUVs, the Kicks distinguishes itself with a comprehensive suite of standard active safety and driver assistance features, ensuring confidence and peace of mind on every journey. For added convenience, ProPilot Assist is available, providing steering assistance and lane centering to alleviate driving stress during highway travel and traffic congestion. With its combination of versatility, technology, and safety, the redesigned Kicks sets a new standard in the subcompact SUV segment.

Price: $22,000-$28,000
On sale: Summer 2024.

Mini Countryman

Mini Countryman

The 2025 model year marks the redesign of the Mini Countryman SUV, which now shares its platform with the revamped BMW X1. However, the most significant update is the introduction of a fully electric version. The SE ALL4 variant features dual electric motors producing a total of 313 horsepower, offering a sustainable and dynamic driving experience. For those preferring traditional gasoline power, the S ALL4 configuration delivers 241 horsepower from a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, while the sportier John Cooper Works model churns out an impressive 312 horsepower. All versions come equipped with all-wheel drive, ensuring optimal traction and stability in various driving conditions. Inside, the interior showcases Mini’s characteristic quirkiness, with a unique design that forgoes a conventional instrument cluster in favor of a large circular center screen, combining functionality with distinctive style. With its blend of electrified powertrains, dynamic performance, and avant-garde interior design, the redesigned Mini Countryman continues to push the boundaries of innovation and individuality in the SUV segment.

Price: $38,900-$46,900
On sale: S ALL4 and JCW ALL4 in spring 2024, SE ALL4 in fall 2024

Mini Cooper

Mini Cooper

The fifth-generation Mini Cooper, debuting exclusively as a two-door hatchback, maintains its iconic exterior design while undergoing a significant interior transformation. Inside, the cabin exudes a more minimalist aesthetic, characterized by the absence of a traditional instrument panel, replaced instead by a prominent circular center screen. For enhanced convenience and navigation, a head-up display featuring augmented reality overlays navigation directions onto the road ahead. Under the hood, the base Cooper model is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine generating approximately 156 horsepower, while the sportier Cooper S variant boasts 201 horsepower from a turbocharged version of the same engine. Acceleration from 0 to 60 mph is brisk, with Mini claiming sprints in as quick as 6.3 seconds. Both engine options are paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, delivering smooth and responsive performance on the road. With its unmistakable styling, refined interior, and spirited performance, the fifth-generation Mini Cooper continues to capture the essence of fun and agility that defines the Mini

Price: $28,950-$34,600
On sale: May 2024 

Mini Aceman

Mini Aceman
Introducing the new Aceman, a sleek five-passenger, all-electric small crossover designed to complement Mini’s lineup, including the recently revamped Mini Cooper and larger Countryman. As part of Mini’s ambitious plan to achieve full electrification by 2030, the Aceman represents a significant step towards that goal. Offering two electric powertrain options—a 184-horsepower electric motor and a more powerful 218-horsepower variant—both configured for front-wheel drive, the Aceman promises spirited performance and efficient operation. While details regarding all-wheel drive availability remain undisclosed, the vehicle’s compact dimensions, measuring 160 inches in length and 59 inches in height, position it as a nimble urban companion. According to the European Test Cycle, the Aceman boasts an impressive electric range of up to 252 miles, although the EPA estimated range may vary. Inside, the interior mirrors the redesigned Mini Cooper, featuring signature elements such as distinctive air vents and a floating center display, blending style with functionality. With its compact size, electrified powertrain options, and modern design cues, the Aceman embodies Mini’s commitment to delivering innovative and sustainable mobility solutions for urban adventurers.

Price: $38,000-$50,000
On sale: Late 2024 

Mazda CX-70

Mazda CX-70
Imagine the CX-70 as a refined five-passenger rendition of the CX-90. Sharing its rear-wheel-drive-based platform and standard all-wheel drive, this SUV embodies a harmonious blend of performance and versatility. Powering the CX-70 is a robust 280-horsepower, 3.3-liter turbocharged inline-six engine, complemented by a mild hybrid setup for enhanced efficiency. For those seeking greener options, a plug-in hybrid variant offers an estimated EV range of approximately 25 miles, both paired with an efficient eight-speed automatic transmission. Drawing inspiration from its larger sibling, the CX-70 promises agile handling, responsive steering, and precise brake pedal feel, ensuring a dynamic driving experience. Inside, passengers are treated to a spacious and comfortable cabin, with supportive front seats and ample room in the second row. Exuding sophistication, the interior boasts impeccable fit and finish, especially evident in upper trim levels. However, some controls, such as the gear selector, may require acclimation due to their unintuitive layout. Overall, the CX-70 epitomizes Mazda’s commitment to delivering a harmonious blend of performance, comfort, and refinement in a sleek and versatile package.

Price: $40,445-$57,450
On sale: Spring 2024

Lucid Gravity

Lucid Gravity

Introducing Lucid’s latest innovation, the 2025 Gravity SUV—a testament to cutting-edge engineering and forward-thinking design. With an exceptional range exceeding 440 miles, ample seating for up to seven passengers, and abundant cargo space, the Gravity redefines what’s possible in the world of electric SUVs. Surpassing expectations, it boasts lightning-fast acceleration, capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in under 3.5 seconds, a feat reminiscent of the Air sedan’s impressive performance. Departing from the conventional, the Gravity opts for graceful, flowing lines over aggressive exterior styling, setting it apart as a beacon of sophistication. Inside, occupants are treated to a futuristic oasis featuring expansive digital displays and even a guided meditation program, ensuring a serene and connected driving experience. Thanks to its innovative 900-volt design, the Gravity can add 200 miles of range in just 15 minutes at high-speed public DC chargers, ensuring minimal downtime and maximum efficiency on every journey. With a starting price below $80,000, the Gravity delivers uncompromising luxury and performance at an accessible price point, embodying Lucid’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of electric mobility.

Price: $80,000-$120,000 (estimated)
On sale: Late 2024

Lexus GX

Lexus GX

The redesigned Lexus GX presents a significant leap forward in terms of luxury and performance compared to its predecessor. Built on the GA-F platform shared with the Lexus LX, this three-row SUV boasts a solid foundation and larger dimensions across the board. Under the hood, it is powered by a potent 349-horsepower, 3.4-liter turbocharged V6 engine paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission and full-time four-wheel drive, ensuring robust performance both on and off the road. Despite its power, fuel efficiency is modest, with Lexus claiming a combined 17 mpg—a figure that falls short of expectations. However, a hybrid powertrain option is slated for future release, offering potential improvements in fuel economy. The introduction of the new Overtrail trim level enhances the GX’s off-road capabilities with features such as large 33-inch tires and a rear locking differential. Additionally, interior space has been increased, further enhancing comfort and versatility for passengers and cargo alike.

Price: $64,250-$81,250
On sale: Spring 2024

Kia K4

Kia K4

The K4, slightly larger than its predecessor, the Forte, offers increased passenger and cargo space. Its powertrain options include a base configuration featuring a 147-horsepower, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a continuously variable transmission. For those seeking a sportier drive, there’s a variant equipped with a 190-horsepower, 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Setting itself apart in its class, the K4 boasts standout tech features such as an available multi-screen display spanning 30 inches, integrating the instrument cluster, climate controls, and infotainment system. Additional upgrades include a Harman Kardon premium audio system, heated and ventilated front seats, and a panoramic sunroof. All K4 models come equipped with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. Safety is

Price: $21,000-$29,000
On sale: Fall 2024

Infiniti QX80

Infiniti QX80

The redesigned QX80 represents a significant leap forward for Infiniti’s full-sized SUV, positioning it squarely in the realm of ultra-luxury vehicles. Packed with premium features to rival the most prestigious competitors, it boasts large screens, Klipsch premium audio, second-row massaging seats, and the latest ProPilot Assist 2.1 active driving assistance system. Under the hood, the QX80 gains 50 horsepower, now sporting a 450-horsepower, 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 engine, replacing the previous V8, and paired with a new nine-speed automatic transmission. Available in rear- or four-wheel-drive configurations, the QX80 offers versatility to suit various driving preferences and conditions. An adaptive suspension option enhances ride comfort and handling. Infiniti claims there’s more passenger and cargo space than before, ensuring ample room for both occupants and belongings. With four trim levels, comfort and convenience features escalate significantly, reflecting a commensurate increase in price, well beyond six figures, solidifying the QX80’s status as a truly luxurious SUV.

Price: $82,450-$110,595
On sale: Summer 2024

Honda Civic Hybrid

Honda Civic Hybrid

Honda reintroduces the Civic Hybrid, now available in sedan or hatchback variants, boasting an impressive fuel economy close to 50 mpg. Powered by a dual-motor hybrid setup in conjunction with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder gas engine, the Civic Hybrid delivers a combined output of 200 horsepower, aligning with the performance of the sporty 2024 Civic Si. At the top-level Sport Touring Hybrid trim, drivers can expect a Google-based infotainment system for enhanced connectivity and convenience. While the overall design remains largely unchanged from the 2024 Civic, minor updates include slightly different taillights and front trim. Inside, the interior maintains its straightforward and simple layout, providing occupants with a functional and ergonomic space.

Price: $27,000–$32,000
On sale: Summer 2024

GMC Acadia

2025 GMC Acadia

The 2024 model year brings a fresh redesign for the midsized, three-row GMC Acadia, featuring updates to its engine, interior, and exterior. Powering this iteration is a sole 328-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine, mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Available in both front-wheel and all-wheel-drive configurations, the Acadia offers versatility to suit various driving needs and preferences. Introducing an off-road-focused AT4 trim, equipped with all-terrain tires on 18-inch wheels, an elevated ride height, and specialized tuning to the suspension and AWD system, catering to adventurous drivers seeking rugged capabilities. Inside, the cabin showcases a minimalist design aesthetic, highlighted by a spacious instrument panel display and a standard portrait-oriented, 15-inch touchscreen, ensuring intuitive access to infotainment features. Seating configurations accommodate either seven or eight passengers, providing ample space for occupants and cargo alike. With a maximum tow capacity of 5,000 pounds, the Acadia stands ready to handle a wide range of towing tasks with ease.

Price: $36,800-$50,600
On sale: Early 2024

Ford Ranger

Ford Ranger

The revamped Ford Ranger may retain the familiar exterior aesthetics of its predecessor, but it’s been subtly enhanced, boasting a slightly larger frame, a contemporary interior adorned with an array of screens, a widened bed, and an extensive suite of advanced safety features. Now exclusively available in a crew cab body style, it offers both two- and four-wheel drive options to cater to diverse preferences. Under the hood, the base model is equipped with the reliable 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, delivering 270 horsepower. Stepping up, there’s a more potent 315-horsepower, 2.7-liter turbocharged V6 engine available as a mid-level option. For off-road enthusiasts, the new Raptor variant is a standout, featuring a robust 405-horsepower, 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 engine. All engines are paired with a seamless 10-speed automatic transmission. Inside the cabin, drivers are presented with a choice between the standard 8-inch or upgraded 12.4-inch instrument cluster display, complemented by either a 10.1-inch or enhanced 12-inch center infotainment screen boasting the latest Sync 4A system. Safety is prioritized with the inclusion of the standard Ford CoPilot-360 suite, offering features such as blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic warning, and rear automatic emergency braking. Additionally, active parking assistance and trailer assistance are available to further enhance convenience and safety on the road.

Price: $32,670-$55,470
On sale: Spring 2024

Dodge Charger

Dodge Charger

The upcoming next-generation Charger introduces a versatile lineup featuring both coupe and sedan variants, each offering a choice between electric and traditional gas-powered powertrains. The electric model, known as the Charger Daytona, debuts with two initial configurations: the R/T delivering 496 horsepower and a 317-mile range, and the Scat Pack boasting 670 horsepower and a 260-mile range, with a higher-performance Banshee variant set to follow. Catering to traditional enthusiasts, a twin-turbocharged inline-six engine option is also available, offering either 420 or 550 horsepower. Regardless of the chosen powertrain, each Charger is paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission and features all-wheel drive as standard. Notably, whether in coupe or sedan form, the new Charger adopts a hatchback design with a folding rear seat, enhancing practicality and versatility. Inside, the modern cabin is characterized by a prominent use of screens for gauges, controls, and customization, offering a plethora of performance settings to cater to individual preferences.

Price: $40,000-$70,000 (estimated)
On sale: Late 2024 electric, early 2025 gas-only

Chevrolet Traverse

Chevrolet Traverse

The 2024 model year sees a redesign for the midsize three-row Chevrolet Traverse, which now embraces a more traditional SUV appearance, departing from its previous minivan-inspired look. Powering this iteration is a sole 315-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine, paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Available in both front-wheel and all-wheel-drive configurations, the Traverse offers versatility to suit varying driving preferences and conditions. Introducing a new off-road-focused Z71 trim, the Traverse boasts increased ground clearance, all-terrain tires mounted on 18-inch wheels, and unique suspension and AWD system tuning, catering to adventurous drivers seeking rugged capabilities. Inside, the cabin showcases a minimalist design, featuring a spacious instrument panel display and an expansive 17.7-inch infotainment screen. Offering flexibility, seating configurations can accommodate either seven or eight passengers, ensuring ample space for occupants and cargo alike. With a maximum tow capacity of 5,000 pounds, the Traverse stands ready to tackle a wide range of tasks with ease.

Price: $36,000-$55,000
On sale: Spring 2024

Chevrolet Silverado EV

Chevrolet Silverado EV

Entering the arena of full-sized electric pickup trucks, the new Silverado offers a unique feature: a foldable midgate that extends the 6-foot-long bed into the cabin, accommodating items up to 9 feet in length. Built on GM’s Ultium EV platform, which it shares with the GMC Hummer EV, the Silverado EV lineup debuts with a foundational 510-horsepower work truck and a premium RST First Edition variant. The RST First Edition boasts four-wheel steering, adaptive suspension, and GM’s Super Cruise driver assistance system. With various options available, the truck can deliver up to 664 horsepower, tow up to 10,000 pounds, and achieve an estimated driving range of 400 miles.

Price: $39,900-$105,000 
On sale: Mid-2024

Chevrolet Equinox EV

Chevrolet Equinox EV

Chevrolet’s electric vehicle lineup expands with the introduction of the Equinox EV, a compact SUV available in two variants. Front-wheel-drive models offer 210 horsepower and an impressive 250 to 300 miles of range, while all-wheel-drive versions boast 290 horsepower and a range of 280 miles. Leading the charge is the 2RS version, priced in the mid-$50,000 range, with a more affordable $35,000 option slated for future release. A range of trims enhances the driving experience with added comfort and convenience features, including a sprawling 17.7-inch infotainment screen. Like many other electric vehicles, the Equinox EV features retractable door handles that seamlessly integrate with the doors when the vehicle is in motion. Optional GM Super Cruise technology offers hands-free driver assistance for added convenience and safety on the road.

Price: $34,995-$52,395
On sale: Summer 2024

Chevrolet Equinox

Chevrolet Equinox
 

The 2025 Chevrolet Equinox undergoes a redesign, maintaining its predecessor’s size and mechanical specifications. Powered by a 175-horsepower, 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, it now offers a choice between a CVT for front-wheel drive models or an eight-speed automatic transmission for all-wheel drive configurations. Available in three distinct trims—LT, RS, and Activ—each variant features unique styling elements. The RS caters to those seeking a sportier aesthetic, while the Activ trim exudes an adventurous vibe. Inside, all models boast a twin 11-inch screen setup and come standard with amenities like heated seats and steering wheel, ensuring comfort and convenience for all passengers.

Price: $26,600-$33,400
On sale: Summer 2024

Cadillac Escalade IQ

Cadillac Escalade IQ

Introducing the Escalade IQ, a groundbreaking reinterpretation of the iconic Escalade—a vehicle renowned for its extravagant presence in the full-sized SUV segment—transformed into a colossal electric SUV. Every aspect of this model exudes grandeur and innovation, from its imposing exterior dimensions and colossal dash display to its substantial battery capacity and remarkable power output. Surpassing the Escalade in length by approximately a foot, it commands attention with its striking 24-inch wheels. Equipped with an electric powertrain featuring dual motors delivering an impressive 750 horsepower, coupled with a sizable 200-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery, the Escalade IQ sets new standards for performance and efficiency. Its cutting-edge 800-volt architecture enables rapid charging capabilities, with the ability to add up to 100 miles of range in just 10 minutes when utilizing public DC fast chargers, according to the manufacturer. The seven-seat configuration offers versatility and luxury, with the option to elevate the experience even further with the Executive Second-Row package. This upgrade transforms the passenger area into a haven of sophistication, akin to a business class environment, complete with stowable tray tables, 12.6-inch screens, indulgent massaging seats, and more, ensuring a truly opulent travel experience.

Price: $130,000-$175,000
On sale: Fall 2024

Buick Enclave

Buick Enclave

Reimagined for the 2025 model year, the Buick Enclave reaffirms its status as the sophisticated counterpart to the new Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia within the three-row SUV segment. This iteration showcases significant technological advancements, highlighted by a striking 30-inch dash-mounted screen, complemented by a standard Bose audio system and a comprehensive suite of active safety features. Notably, it marks Buick’s debut of Super Cruise, General Motors’ hands-free active driving assistance system, available across all trim levels. Departing from its traditional powertrain, the Enclave adopts a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, bidding farewell to the reliable 3.6-liter V6. Buyers can opt for either front-wheel or all-wheel drive configurations. The top-tier Avenir trim offers an adaptive suspension system, further enhancing the Enclave’s refined driving experience.

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