Which cars should I buy for the next 4 years?
A lot of people are looking at the next four years as the most important time in the world of automotive.
And they’re right.
For the first time in my life, I’m a buyer.
The automotive industry is changing rapidly, and I’m confident that it will continue to do so for many more years to come.
But I’m not alone.
The first cars to really become relevant are the ones that are built with the right engineering and engineering know-how.
It’s about time you knew what your next-generation car should look like.
We’re building a fleet of cars that are truly capable of challenging the boundaries of automotive innovation, yet still have the design and styling to stand the test of time.
We want to know what’s next, and we want to be the first to know.
Here’s our top picks for the future of the automotive industry.
Chevrolet Bolt, 2017 model year: Chevrolet Bolt is a crossover vehicle, but it’s built to be a true mass-market vehicle.
Its four-cylinder engine, which was introduced in 2018, provides a total of 450 horsepower, and it’s got a front-wheel-drive architecture that allows for plenty of acceleration.
It will be the fastest, most powerful vehicle available on the market in the next few years.
Ford Focus, 2017 Model Year: Ford’s new Focus electric car was a hot topic for many consumers this year, and the automaker’s new 2018 model year has been the subject of a fair bit of debate.
The automaker promised an electric car that could go up to 200 miles on a single charge, but the automaking company quickly changed its tune.
Instead of a single 100-mile range, Ford will offer its Focus Electric Vehicle (FEV) with a total range of 300 miles on the road.
The Focus Electric will be available in two models: the Sport (with a 265-mile total range) and the Premier (with 300 miles).
The Sport will be built at the Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Plant in Michigan and will be offered in two versions: the SE trim and the SE Plus.
The Premier will be manufactured at the Ford Performance Plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan, and will offer a total performance of over 300 miles per charge.
Honda Fit, 2017: It’s a compact SUV, but Honda is already working on a new version of the Fit.
Called the Fit Hybrid, the automakers is promising a new compact vehicle that’s both more efficient and safer to drive.
Ford Escape, 2017 : The Ford Escape is an SUV with a range of over 200 miles, but its interior features aren’t the only thing to make it stand out from the pack.
The car has an aluminum body, a three-wheel drive architecture, and a 6-foot, 8-inch screen.
It has an 18-inch touch-screen and will sport a 1,000-pound front-end.
Honda Civic Hatchback, 2017, 2019 model year : The Honda Civic is an affordable, compact sedan with a new 5-door model for 2019 that will be a crossover that’s capable of reaching a top speed of 85 mph.
BMW i3, 2017-2019 model year (and 2020 model year): BMW has been quietly working on its own electric vehicle since 2014, and this year it’s finally ready to launch its i3.
The electric hatchback is a small, powerful sedan with great performance and fuel economy.
It also has a five-speed manual transmission.
Chevrolet Corvette Z06, 2017 (2018 model year only): The Chevrolet Corvette is an incredibly capable vehicle that is expected to be on the mainstream market for years to go.
But the Z06 has a few major differences that make it a contender for the mainstream segment.
BMW X3, 2018 model years: BMW is planning to make a new model for 2018 and it will be called the X3.
It won’t be the only new model in 2018 for the automakinewaker, but you can bet it will have an important role in that equation.
The X3 is expected with a base price of $37,495.
Cadillac ELR, 2017 and 2018 models: Cadillac is finally bringing the ELR to the American market with the 2017 model years.
It offers a number of options for buyers, but this year the Cadillac EL is going to get a big upgrade: an all-new front- and rear-wheel steering system that is capable of handling all the torque of a sports car.
Volkswagen Golf R, 2018 and 2019 models: Volkswagen is making its own version of its popular Beetle, the Golf R. But this time, the car’s been redesigned to be both more comfortable and faster.
Nissan Altima, 2018 models (and 2019 model years): Nissan is finally introducing its 2018 models, and its first is the