The next few years will be exciting. We’re currently experiencing an electric car explosion and witnessing an explosion of new electric pickup trucks. We’re also watching the most supercar-like and hypercar debuts than ever before. That likely won’t stop as we anticipate the next four years, and share the majority of the cars we’re expecting to see in the near future, and possibly the year of 2026.
Our list of future vehicles is Viral Technologies broken down into three parts that include: SUVs, Cars and trucks. Each section is filled with dozens of brand new vehicles we anticipate to be available in 2026, based on what we’ve reported and seen through spy images or teasers from the beginning.
What Will It Cost: $77,000 When We’ll Look at It: 2021, Mid-Mid
Even though production has slowing in part because of the current pandemic, Lucid promises that its new Air electric vehicle will go on sale this year. The base model will start from $77,000 (before tax credits) and will come with 406 miles of driving range, and an impressive 480 horsepower. However, more variants that are based on the Lucid Air will follow, with a top-of-the-line Dream Edition expected soon after with a price tag of $169,000 with improved range and power.
2022 Future Cars
2022 Aston Martin Vanquish
How Much Will it Cost?$450,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available:Late 2021
Aston Martin has New Cars several new models that are in development. The first of the product of the new line-up includes the DBX SUV, followed by an expensive supercar known as the Valkyrie then, after that, we’ll see the brand new Vanquish. Although it will be sporting an old name the 2022 Vanquish will be completely new, mid-engined, and come with the manual transmission. Aston Martin hasn’t provided any price information yet however we expect the 2022 Vanquish to be priced around $450,000 when it’s new.
2022 Cadillac Escala
What Will It Cost:$200,000 (est.)
The Date It Will be Its Release Date:Early 2022
Cadillac intends to make its lineup a bit more lavish with the launch of the Escala car that is expected to begin production in 2021. In line with the idea we saw in the year 2016, early reports suggested the Escala would use the current CT6 platform. But instead, we know that the Escala will be entirely electric. Using the same platform that is used in the Lyriq and the Escala, the premium EV could cost more than $200,000 once it is completed.
2022 Chevrolet Corvette Z06
How Much Will It Cost:$75,000 (est.)
What Time Will It Be Its Release Date:Mid 2021
It’s just a matter of time before Chevrolet will announce the brand new Corvette Z06. Our expectation (based on reports from the past) is that this brand new Z06 shows up sometime in the middle of 2021. When it is launched it, the new ‘Vette model could have a flat-plane-crank DOHC V8 that is revved up to 9,000 RPM, and generate 625 horsepower. A more-powerful ZR1 or even an electric Corvette are also possible down the line.
2022 Honda Civic / Type R
How Much Will It Cost: (est.) $22,000 (est.) / $38,000 (est. )
When will we see it: Early 2021 / Late 2021
Images leaked online recently of what could be the all-new 2022 Honda Civic in the metal. The photos show the new look of the compact car and some additional information in the rear. Most of the styling elements were sourced from the eye-searing orange prototype we first saw in November. Based on leaked CARB emission filings, we know that both 1.5- as well as 2.0-liter engines will carry over. The production version of the Civic is expected to debut in the coming months, with the Si Type R and Type R models following later this year.
2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Latest Cars
How Much Will It Cost: $40,000 (est. )
When Will We See It: mid 2021
Hyundai unveiled the handsome Ioniq 5 electric vehicle just some weeks ago. It features a stylish design and a spacious, impressive cabin it is the Ioniq 5 is the first in what the company claims will be a complete line of sharp EVs bearing the brand name. This Ioniq 5 comes with 168 horsepower as a base model, however it can be upgraded to 232 hp in its range-topping spec. Hyundai estimates range at 298 miles per charge.