10 Car's to watch out for at the 2021 Chicago Auto Show
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Let's kick things off with Ford. The F-150 Lightning made headlines earlier this year when Ford positioned the base variant at just under $40,000
Get a chance to see Ford’s EV truck up close, especially that enclosed frunk with 14 cubic feet of cargo volume
Ford claims a range of up to 300 miles on the long-range model
The iX is the Bavarian brand’s foray into the crowded luxury EV crossover market
The SUV will offer a 300-mile range with over 500 horsepower from its motor, with the iX xDrive 50 model starting at an MSRP of $83,200
If you can get away from that gaping grille, the interior are super futuristic and a highlight of this BMW
The ID.4 is Volkswagen’s push to take its EV game mainstream
VW claims that ID.4 will have up to 250 miles of range on a single charge
The car seems to strike the right balance between comfort and value offering a great cabin with prices starting at just under $40,000
For Kia’s very first all-electric vehicle, the EV6 is a brilliant effort.
The range on the top-spec model is estimated at 300 miles on a single charge
The top-spec Kia EV6 GT comes in at $58,500
With so much action in the EV crossover space, Nissan can’t really be left behind
The touch controls for the HVAC controls are something you’ll have to check out in person to truly appreciate it
The estimated range on the Nissan Ariya is around 310 miles with prices starting around $40,000
Toyota’s mid-size pickup is not just about work but also about play. This brawny truck sure does look epic in the shade of lime green
Under the hood lies a 3.5 liter V-6 that makes 278 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque, coupled to a 6-speed manual transmission
MSRP for the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro sits at $43,700
The Grand Wagoneer name is back after decades and is Jeep’s full-size three-row SUV.
This is a luxury offering from Jeep aimed at families comes with a good old 6.4 liter V8 that produces 471 horsepower and 455 foot-pounds of torque
As this Jeep is going after the premium end of the market, prices aren’t cheap with the base MSRP at $88,995.
The eighth generation of the VW GTi has received some significant updates to both the exterior and the interior
. The hallmark GTi trademarks like the plaid seats and the along with the red trim on the grille and GTi badges are all present
VW’s sporty hatchback is packing a 2.0 liter 4 cylinder with 241 horses 273 foot-pounds and you can still get it with a manual transmission
The launch of the next Nissan Z has been hyped about for a while now
Thankfully, the Z Proto that’s showcased at the Chicago Auto show is pretty close to what the production version of the car will likely look like
A 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 has been confirmed with either a 6-speed manual or a 7 speed Auto are confirmed. The Z will be unveiled officially at the New York Auto Show soon
Ford says that the Maverick is a truck for non-truck people.
With the Maverick Ford is looking to attract a whole new audience to the Built Ford Tough family.
The base XL variant of the Ford Maverick comes with a 2.5-liter hybrid and starts at $21,400.
Apart from all the cars on display on the show floors, one can also get a chance to experience some of them with automakers like Jeep
who have set up off-road courses where you can ride in cars like the Wrangler 4xe. The Chicago Auto Show is on until the 19th of July, 2021
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