Regardless of your interests, whether it’s electric cars, people carriers or supercars, there is something for everyone coming out in 2021.
If you’re looking to purchase a new car this year then this could be the perfect list to consider as it discusses some of the best vehicles that will be gracing the roads over the next few months. That being said, there are always other options than the newest and most expensive models. If you would like to get a new car but think the below may be a bit out of your price range, it may be worth heading over to sites such as Auto Finance Online to get a quote on finance and a list of prospective vehicles you could buy.
So, with that, here are the best cars coming out in 2021.
Audi e-tron GT
This vehicle is on sale now for around £79,900. It uses the same J1 platform as the new Porsche Taycan, both of which are now on their way to rival the Tesla Model S. It really epitomises how far electric vehicles have come as the new Audi, after just one charge, is able to travel 300 miles without needing to be charged again. Plus, if you want a bit more, for an addition £30,000, you can upgrade to the RS e-tron, which is the first RS model from Audi that’s all electric.
Bentley Bentayga Hybrid
Moving a bit higher up in the price bracket, this new Bentley will set buyers back about £155,500. It was a long-awaited hybrid due to the fact it needed some updates, but this Bentley will be taking to the roads in October 2021. The official pictures that have been released by Bentley show us a bigger and upright grille that comes with LED headlights. Not to mention, around the back of the vehicle we can see some oval taillights that bring the whole vehicle together.
The car also comes packed with gadgets such as a 10.9 inch touchscreen display, and a plug-in hybrid powertrain. True to Bentley as well, despite being a hybrid, this car is fast, topping out at around 158mph.
This car came earlier this summer and is a four-door, all-electric counterpart to the previous BMW 4 Series. The body may look familiar but when you look under the bonnet you are met with lots of big changes. The benefits of this new model include an electric motor and a transmission system that is a lot lighter and much more compact than previous vehicles.
This vehicle will not be available until winter, but the way it looks, along with its powerful motor, which will go from 0-60 in 8 seconds, means it is well worth the wait. Its electric battery offers its driver a range totalling 335 miles on one charge and if the over-boost option is selected, that 0-60 time is reduced to 6 seconds, which is incredibly impressive for an electric vehicle.