Top 10 New German Cars and SUVs Unveiled for the 2020 Model Year

German cars are characterized by sophisticated interiors, high quality builds, cutting edge technology, athletic performance and of course premium price tags. It has been 150 since years since the first internal combustion engine came out from the Deutchland workshop and today Mercedes, BMW and VW Group cars are still going strong. In this episode we will take a look at the 2020 models from the Europe’s automaking heart and will show you their vital specs and estimated pricing!

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Porsche Cayenne Turbo Coupé:

The Cayenne has never been the most attractive Porsche car, so the recent introduction of the elegant coupe version of the SUV was greeted by the fans of the brand with great enthusiasm. The newcomer will be initially offered in the regular and Turbo modifications.

Porsche 718 Cayman T:

The T in the name of this new Porsche stands for Touring and means the return of the sports coupe to the basics of pure driving experience. In the Cayman lineup the T modification will sit in between the standard model and the S.

Volkswagen Passat:

In the US, 2020 Volkswagen Passat comes restyled all-around but retains the familiar 174 hp 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder. The European version, however, is based on the new MQB platform with a beefier 278-hp drivetrain, newer infotainment and steering wheel.

Mercedes-Benz GLC:

A somewhat different look and a bunch of new technology, this is how the 2020 updates of this premium crossover by Mercedes could be summarized. The grilled is visually more textured, the lower fascia now has three sections and the corner intakes have acquired the rectangular shape.

Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE 53 4Matic+:

As it was anticipated, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE 53 4Matic+ was not ignored by the AMG division and went through the performance boost. The most visible exterior changes are the radiator grille with 15 vertical strips and the special exhaust system.

Mercedes Benz CLA Coupe:

2020 Mercedes Benz CLA Coupe enters the 2020 model year all-new, sportier and smarter than ever with wider-positioned wheel tracks, lowered gravity center and lots of new tech.

BMW 3 Series:

2020 BMW 3 Series represents the 7th generation of the company’s iconic sports sedan. Globally, it gets 4 ICE powertrain options plus a new 330e PHEV that features a 2.0L 4-cylinder paired with a 67 hp electric motor and 12kWh battery.

BMW 7 Series:

BMW 7-Series Plug-in Hybrid:

Just two words are needed to describe the new 7-Series – gigantic grille, 40% larger to be exact. This feature has become a polarizing matter for the BMW fans and even though the designers were trying to justify the increase of the kidneys size the drivers just weren’t thrilled about it.

Audi R8 & R8 Decennium:

2019 Audi R8 gets a full redesign but keeps its iconic V10 engine for the 10th year now. To celebrate this anniversary, Audi unveiled a new 2020 R8 Decennium coupe that will be produced in a limited number of 222 units fitted with a 620hp 5.2L V10 and priced at €220,000.

Audi TT RS :

As a relatively fresh car whose second generation started in 2017, the 2020 Audi TT RS will not get any significant hardware upgrades this year, coming to the 2020 line-up with rather cosmetic changes to its Coupe and Roadster versions.


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  1. Great vid I love that audi tt rs it looks soo good and that porshe looks good too but it would need some tuning but that bmw just looks awful (for me)

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