2020 was an eventful year in the automotive world. Ford launched the new Bronco; Jeep countered with both hybrid and Hemi V8 versions of the Wrangler; GMC then countered with the electric pickup to rule them all. And there were certainly some driving highlights on our end.
But like everyone else, we're ready to turn the page on 2020 here at the Gear Patrol motoring desk. Here are 11 cars we can't wait to drive (and will finally get a chance to) in 2021.
BMW's quintessential performance car keeps the manual transmission as an option. That unsightly kidney grille, alas, is mandatory.
At long last, Jeep will launch its new full-size flagship SUV in 2021. It eschews the wood trim from the classic Grand Wagoneer for luxury finishes. Running on the Ram 1500's platform, it should deliver an excellent ride.
Kelley Blue Book has released their best cars to buy awards for 2021. The results may surprise you.
What does going from 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds in a Jeep Wrangler feel like? We're excited to find out in the new Hemi V8-powered Wrangler 392.
Subaru stuck to the rear-wheel-drive, manual transmission, naturally-aspirated formula for the new second-generation BRZ. Ain't nothing wrong with that.
The J300 Land Cruiser is coming. Whether we're getting the next-gen Land Crusher in the U.S. (and under what branding, as it might show up only as a Lexus) remains unclear. But if we get the chance, we definitely want to drive it.
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