2020 Lamborghini Huracan EVO
Predicted Cost: $261,274
It’s clear to anyone who even remotely likes cars that Lamborghini makes some of the coolest and sportiest cars in the entire world. The brand is practically synonymous with wealth and riches, which is why the first thing that every kid who gets rich does is to buy one of these beauties. The 2020 Lamborghini Huracan EVO is another addition to the company’s large roster of lightning-fast cars that scream when you floor the gas. The Huracan Evo sports a new and more aerodynamic build, along with a supercharged 5.2-liter V10 engine that produces at 640 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque, making the supercar fly from zero to sixty in under 3 seconds.
One of the biggest complaints that Lamborghini gets from its drivers is that it’s as far as you can get from a daily driver. The low body, stiff shock absorption and tiny trunk space make it an excruciating vehicle to drive on a daily basis, not to say anything about the stares and random creepy guys asking for a picture. Lamborghini hopes to rectify some of those complaints with a more user-friendly Huracan EVO, which sports an 8.4 inch entertainment system and a more forgiving transmission. If you can afford it and love the feeling of speed and power, the 2020 Huracan EVO might just be the supercar for you.
Chevy Silverado HD
Predicted Cost: $34,100
One of the strongest and most reliable vehicles on our list is without a doubt the 2020 Chevy Silverado. This beast is one of the most badass vehicles on the market. It can take you on just about any terrain while being able to tow up to 14,500 pounds without breaking a sweat. For anyone looking for an all-American car that just screams “manliness!” with a high-powered megaphone, the Silverado might just be your answer. The heavy-duty car has been well received for driving and reversing exceptionally well, even while towing or carrying heavy payloads. You can get this monster of a car in two versions, either a 6.6-liter V8 engine or a 6.6-liter V8 diesel engine, depending on your preference.
Despite its 5,022 pounds of weight, the 2020 Silverado goes from zero to sixty in only 7.1 seconds, meaning that it actually accelerates faster than many of the regular cars on our list. You can get the 2020 Silverado for mid-thirty-thousand dollars, but be prepared to also pay a big monthly gas bill if you’re planning on driving it often.
Predicted Cost: $24,885
Ford has long been known for its wide range of consumer-friendly cars which span from entry-level compact cars, SUV’s and even muscle cars with the long-running Mustang (more on the 2020 Mustang later). The Ford Escape is one of Ford’s most popular and best-selling cars, hailed for its reliability, affordable cost and great power-to-dollar ratio. Ford is hoping to entice consumers to upgrade or switch to their new model, and have made sure that the 2020 Ford Escape is bringing us some much-desired improvements to better reflect the beginning of the new decade. The new changes range from a smoother and more sporty looking design to better technology and a slight improvement in power.
The 2020 Ford Escape has between 180 to 250 horsepower which is very respectable when compared to the vehicle’s price. It has three versions that have different engines for people who prefer speed over budget. The first version sports a 1.5 liter, four-cylinder engine, and the second has a 2-liter engine and the third has a 2.5-liter engine. With a choice between an eight-speed automatic engine and a continuously variable transmission, we think this car is a fantastic contender for entry-level vehicles.
Volvo Polestar 1
Predicted Cost: $63,000
Volvo has always flirted with groundbreaking technologies in its quest to create the perfect riding experience for its loyal customers. The Volvo Polestar 1 is a brand new piece of technology with a slick look and insane horsepower. Let’s get into the details: the Polestar 1 sports an all-wheel drive, a beautiful and sporty carbon-fiber body and a whopping 591 horsepowers and over 700 lb-ft of torque. What’s most exciting about this unique Volvo invention is its use of hybrid technology, which both helps the car’s performance and makes it extremely environmentally friendly.
How does the hybrid engine of the Polestar 1 fare in terms of performance? With a battery of 34 kilowatts, the car will allegedly get you around 93 miles of driving purely on electrical power. You can charge the car by plugging it into an electricity station, which is becoming a lot simpler and easier as hybrids and electric cars are becoming more and more popular as environmental awareness grows..
Predicted Cost: $3.4 million
Let’s be honest here, whether you’re a huge fan of eco-friendly cars, or whether you swear by diesel, there’s not a single person in the world who would not be happy to own the supercharged, street-legal hybrid Lamborghini’s Sian. Fans have been faithfully waiting for a long time to finally get updated on the status of the most ambitious and exciting project Lamborghini has taken up in recent decades. Last year, in September 2019, the curtain was finally raised and the world got its first look at the newest creation from the supercar brand.
Lamborghini left no stone unturned in creating this incredible machine and every expense needed was spent on making it as perfect as humanly possible. The Lamborghini’s Sian has a perfect exterior that captures everything amazing about the Aventador and makes it even better. What got everyone most excited isn’t the outer appearance though, rather, it's what’s under the hood that really made us grin. Inside the Lamborghini Sian, you’ll find a 6.5 L L539 V12 hybrid engine that has a top speed of around 220 miles per hour and can go from zero to sixty in just 2.8 seconds, making it arguably the most powerful Lamborghini in the company’s history.