2021 Chevrolet Bolt EUV

2021 Chevrolet Bolt EUV

General Motors just recently announced it would build a new Chevrolet electrical car in Michigan, with the new model set to be produced together with the existing Bolt EV and trip on an "innovative" variation of the very same platform. It could even have a similar name-- GM Authority found a trademark for Bolt EUV, which likely means Electric Utility Vehicle. We've now gotten our first appearance at the new EV, albeit covered in camouflage and can see that it's a bit more crossover-like in appearance than the currently crossover-y Bolt.

2021 Audi Q1

2021 Audi Q1

The tiniest member of the Audi Q family anticipated getting the consent, with its arrival due in two years.

2021 Mazda CX-9

2021 Mazda CX-9

According to the most recent reports, the Japanese producer is currently working on the next-gen 2021 Mazda CX-9, which is about to can be found in about one year. The existing generation of the company's flagship crossover is present considering that 2015. Despite fairly current arrival, the company plans a six-year cycle for this and other models of the lineup, which ought to make this brand name more competitive on the U.S. market, where sales are decreasing in a previous couple of years.

2021 Toyota Sequoia

2021 Toyota Sequoia

We've got some important details about Toyota's full-size SUV. First of all, the next generation of Sequoia is going to show up sometime next year. The rugged SUV will most definitely get a new architecture which will keep body-on-frame qualities, yet it will be common for a variety of future Toyota nameplates. In this manner, the company continues to cuts production expenditures and hence stays competitive.

2021 Buick Enspire

2021 Buick Enspire

Buick had no enough offered high-riding models when people in North America got mad for crossovers a few years back. Because of that, the automaker chose to broaden its SUV fleet with several all-new nameplates and the Envision that was imported from China. The Chinese-spec crossover that came three years back in the U.S. wasn't a strong seller from the start. With around 40,000 pieces offered in 2017 and less than 30,000 offers last year, it was rather clear that the company has to change something quite quick. Nevertheless, instead of the typical next-gen model, the car producer decided to get rid of the out of favor nameplate for great. More specifically, the Envision gets a replacement in the form of the 2021 Buick Enspire.