The 2021 BMW X1 is the tiniest crossover in the lineup. With the subcompact dimensions, it is perfect for more youthful motorists and newbies. Still, the vehicle provides a respectable amount of power. For the new season, the German carmaker will upgrade its styling. The PHEV variation was already announced, but we miss it in 2020. There are no doubts that we'll see it in 2021.
After all those crossover redesigns and updates, it's lastly Sienna's turn. The well-known minivan will get a total overhaul, after a complete decade. The existing generation has been around considering that 2010. So, we can quickly agree that it frantically requires changes, although we have seen a couple of updates during this decade-long production cycle. Still, that doesn't change the truth that more youthful competitors have more things to provide. They feature much better interior quality, better mpg ratings, and more tech features. Nevertheless, the existing Sienna still has a lot to provide, so I may presume just how much improvement this redesign will bring. The 2021 Toyota Sienna will include a new platform, with new visual appeals and much more improvements.
The most recent reports are recommending a total redesign for the 2021 Ford Edge, and that sounds completely logical. The current generation has been around because in 2014. Just like the corporal sibling, Lincoln Nautilus (former MKX), it got a substantial upgrade just recently. Looks have been substantial updates, but the truth is that this model still features the same mechanics and rides on a D4 platform. Therefore, we have big expectations from the 2021 Ford Edge. Novelties are anticipated in all aspects.
The current-generation Audi Q5 debuted for the 2018 model year, ushering in a modern style and the latest technologies. Less than a year later, and Audi is currently preparing the Q5's mid-cycle refresh, and we have new spy images showing the crossover tackling Arctic snow for the very first time.
It was just a matter of time when the new generation of the most elegant SUV in Toyota's lineup is showing up. And it will be the 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser. What's more, it changes 200 Series and appears as Series 300. The change will cause adjustments for the entire lineup, although Japanese and European versions are different from the ones present in the US. Now, the 2021 Land Cruiser 300 is going to be similar for all markets. Whatsoever, the primary source of power in the US will remain a 5.7-liter V8. There are likewise some rumors about cooperation with Subaru and the possible Boxer unit for the LC.