Estimated cost: $30,000-$70,000
Some surprisingly deep changes have been made. The new Ford supports a hybrid powertrain with a 3.5-liter gasoline V-6 and electric motors. We can also expect an all-electric model after the initial sales.
Included in the reworking is an updated with a major digital cluster and infotainment system dashboard.
Esimated cost: $35,500-$52,000
With a major speed and capability upgrade, this car also has a new all-wheel-drive option. Some stylistic touch-ups have been made, too. For now, it will only be available only on gas models, but the AWD system can save fuel.
You can also enjoy the nifty Alexa integration and a higher screen resolution.
Estimated cost: $32,000
With the redesigned grille and new foglight structure, the Odyssey is looking good. The second-row seats are now even more spacious than ever. In addition, it will be getting a new rear-seat reminder that functions with the CabinWatch camera in order to alert drivers of any left behind goods when the engine goes off.
Unfortunately, all the tech and infotainment systems remain the same.
GMC Hummer SUT
Estimated cost: $70,000
This Hummer is pretty intimidating. The model is said to be available in short- and long-wheelbase configurations, with an air suspension that is adjustable and independent. The monstrous off-road tires, sturdy running boards, and even a removable targa top can be stored in the "frunk" AKA the front trunk.
The new GMC is powered on GM's BEV3 dedicated electric architecture. It also includes the Ultium fast-charging batteries, with the most powerful providing 1,000 horsepower and 11,500 lb-ft of axle torque.
Estimated cost: $21,500-$45,000
Seeing as there was such positive reaction over the return of the Chevrolet Colorado, and the Ford Ranger, the Tacoma decided to follow suit. With that said, it will supposedly be a scaled-down a notch, resembling the Ram 1500 (interior wise too.)
We are expecting gas and diesel options, with a potential hybrid option.