19 New 2019 vehicles we can't wait to drive
At Cartelligent, we're always excited to see what the new model year has to offer, and so far, the 2019 arrivals promise to exceed our expectations. They bring not only the futuristic Electric powered Jaguar I-Pace, but also a brand new hatchback from Toyota, and a plethora of redesigned German sedans and SUVs.
We've compiled a list of the 19 new arrivals and redesigns we're most excited to take for a spin.
2019 Audi A7 Sportback
Why we're excited: The 2019 Audi A7 sees its first redesign since the launch of the A7 range in 2012. Power output remains similar, with a standard turbocharged V-6 churning out 340-horsepower. Electric and more powerful engines can be optioned by the customer for an additional cost. Major updates include a redesigned exterior, new interior featuring Audi's newest MMI infotainment that includes two touch screens, and an optional 12.3-inch virtual cockpit gauge array.
2019 Audi Q3
Why we're excited: The 2019 Q3 sharpens up its appearance with updated interior and exterior styling, Audi's MMI infotainment and a 12.3-inch virtual cockpit. All new for 2019, the Q3 will only come equipped with Audi's quattro all-wheel-drivetrain.
2019 Audi Q8
Why we're excited: The 2019 Q8 is an all-new model for the Audi lineup. The Q8 is essentially a bigger, sleeker, more tech-focused and less voluminous version of the Q7.
2019 BMW 3 Series—330i and 330i Xdrive, M340i and M340i Xdrive
Why we're excited: The seventh-generation BMW 3 Series will launch in spring of 2019 featuring a new 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder twin scrolled engine. The standard 330i and 330i xDrive will see power figures of 255-horsepower and 296 lb-ft of torque. Upgrade to the M340i and M340i Xdrive and you'll see those power figures rise to an impressive 382-horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. This will jolt the 3 Series from 0-62mph in an impressive 4.2 seconds. Other features include a redesigned instrument cluster.
2019 BMW Z4-M40i
Why we're excited: Arguably one of the most important cars to the BMW brand, the Z4 is slated to make its highly anticipated return spring of 2019. The convertible was jointly developed with Toyota, which is announcing its version called the Toyota Supra later in 2019. The Z4 is known for its stylish and sporty driving characteristics. The Z4 M40i is equipped with RWD, M sport-tuned suspension with electronically controlled arms, upgraded brakes and an electronically controlled rear differential.
2019 BMW X4
Why we're excited: The X4 receives a wider, lower stance, and updated suspension for the model year 2019. These characteristics lead to a sportier attitude. The main differences between the 2018 and 2019 X4 vehicles are a weight reduction in the 2019 model of 110 pounds, more roomy interior, updated interior styling, and navigation as standard. Trim levels include the xDrive30i and M40i, both coming standard with all-wheel-drive.
2019 Chevy Silverado
Why we're excited: The 2019 Chevy Silverado is new from the ground up. With its curb weight reduced by 450 pounds, six available engines, and towing capacity in its highest trim of 12,00 pounds, the Silverado is destined to be a smashing hit. The all-new Silverado is rounded out with a suite of interior upgrades.
2019 Ford Ranger
Why we're excited: 2019 marks the return of the midsize truck for Ford. The Ford Ranger will come standard with a 2.3-liter turbo 4-cylinder engine mated to a 10-speed auto transmission. Three trim levels will be available for the 2019 Ranger, the XL, XLT and Lariat, plus FX4 off-road package. The FX4 package includes a Terrain Management System adapted from the Ford Raptor.
2019 Genesis G70
Why we're excited: The 2019 G70 is an all-new entry-level sport sedan for Hyundai's luxury division. Powertrains will include 252-hp I4 and 365-hp V6. Rear-and all-wheel drive are offered. The G70 is set to rival the BMW 3 series, Mercedes-Benz C-class, and Audi A4. The Genesis G70 is Motortrend's pick for 2019 Car of the Year.
2019 Jaguar I-Pace
Why we're excited: The 2019 I-Pace is Jaguar's first pure electric car. Jaguar set out to make an EV that blends power, capability, and flexibility. The I-Pace utilizes a 2-motor battery electric powertrain to achieve an impressive battery range of 240 miles (est) and provide a 0-60 mph acceleration of 4.5 seconds.
2019 Lamborghini Urus
Why we're excited: The 2019 Urus is Lamborghini's take on a performance SUV. The large, stylish, and extremely powerful Urus will be equipped with a twin-turbo V8 producing 641-hp and will implement the driving experience of a Lamborghini, in an SUV body. The sleek and luxurious exterior is complemented by the refined, Italian inspired interior.
2019 Lexus UX
Why we're excited: Lexus is releasing the UX, its newest and smallest crossover SUV in 2019. There will be two powertrains available, the UX 200 and UX 250h hybrid. The UX 200 comes only with front-wheel drive, while the UX 250h hybrid will come with all-wheel drive as standard. The UX will also be the vehicle offered in Lexus's new, all-inclusive Complete Lease program.
2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class
Why we're excited: 2019 brings with it the A-Class, an all-new entry-level subcompact sedan for Mercedes. The A-Class will be available in both front-wheel and all-wheel drivetrains; features a modern interior and a host of safety features. The A-Class will come standard with smartphone integration (Apple CarPlay & Android Auto), LED headlamps and taillamps, and active brake assist. It is expected to compete with the very popular Audi A3.
2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class
Why we're excited: 2019 marks the first-ever redesigned G-Class since its arrival in 1979. The new G-Class will come equipped with a 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8, 9-speed automatic transmission, longer and wider dimensions, and an extra 5.9 inches of legroom. The interior will also receive a completely updated and modern refresh. You can expect to see the G-Class available in two trims; G63 AMG and G550.
2019 Porsche Cayenne
Why we're excited: Along with its aesthetically pleasing exterior improvements, the 2019 Porsche Cayenne will feature new engine choices, a new platform, and new technology. The 2019 Cayenne will be larger, roomier and faster, yet more fuel-efficient than previous Cayenne generations.
2019 RAM 1500
Why we're excited: The RAM 1500 sees a brand new redesign for the model year 2019. There will be two powertrain options available for the RAM 1500; a 305-hp V6 with a towing capacity of 2,300 lbs, and a V8 with an impressive 12,750 lb towing capacity. Options also include an all-new 12-inch screen, 19-speaker Harmon/Kardon sound system and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto. The RAM 1500 is Motortrend's pick for 2019 Truck of the Year.
2019 Subaru Ascent
Why we're excited: Subaru announced for 2019 the Ascent. The Ascent is the biggest Subaru ever. It has seating for up to 8, the option to have up to 19 cup holders (depending on trim), and torque vectoring comes standard on all Ascent trims. The Ascent plans to compete with the Toyota Highlander, Honda Pilot, and Ford Explorer.
2019 Toyota RAV4
Why we're excited: The 2019 RAV4 is totally redesigned. Some new features include Apple CarPlay, Amazon Alexa integration, and a sharper, more appealing exterior design. The RAV4 will receive similar hybrid and non-hybrid powertrains as the current outgoing 2018 models. The 2019 RAV4 has truly stepped its game up.
2019 Volvo V60
Why we're excited: The Volvo V60 is a sleeker, roomier, and higher-performance version of the current Volvo wagon. The V60 will come standard with Volvo's City Safe Technology, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and an impressive 9-inch display screen. Momentum and Inscription are the only two trim levels available for the V60. A V60R will eventually be available adding 18-inch wheels, paddle shifters, and redesigned tailpipes.
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