Just like Holywood movie directors cannot resist from remaking a successful motion picture from the past, the automotive industry choses to capitalize on the previously discontinued models as well. To our surprise within the past couple of years the number of such resurrected car zombies have grown, some were successful, while others seem to doomed for oblivion once again. Stick around if you would like to learn about the new old models from our past and subscribe to Automotive Territory Daily News! Lets start the engines!
This video is a part of the #AT_BuyingGuide_2019 series that will be running on our channel this year.
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0:34 #1 2020 Jeep Gladiator
The history of the Gladiator, AKA the J-Series or the Jeep Pickup had spawned across 26 years of production between 1962 and 1988. It was a full-size truck built on the platform of the Wagoneer four-wheel-drive station wagon.
1:45 #2 2019 Chevrolet Blazer
The 2019 Chevrolet Blazer is a mid-size crossover that revives the name of the original body-on-frame large SUV and is it is received quite controversially among Chevy fans.
2:57 #3 2020 Honda Passport
Back in 1993 the Passport was Honda’s first entry into the rapidly expanding market of SUVs, however it was not an independent model, but rather a rebadged version of the Isuzu Rodeo.
4:08 #4 2020 Lincoln Aviator
Aviator name returns to the brand’s 2020 lineup as a premium-segment mid-size crossover, representing the second generation of the Aviator SUV sold between 2003-2005.
5:18 #5 2019 BMW 8 Series
For the 2019 model year, BMW 8-Series returns after a 20-year long absence as a pure GT model with engaging driving dynamics, beautiful design and luxury interior. It is sold as a 2-door and a convertible.
6:30 #6 2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
Though the 2019 Eclipse Cross crossover from Mitsubishi shares its name with the brand’s long-running performance coupe, we are sad to say that the label is only thing common between the two. In the brand’s lineup, the newcomer sits between the Outlander Sport and the Outlander.
7:42 #7 2020 Toyota Supra
Most automobile enthusiasts know and love the iconic Supra sports sold between 1978 and 2002, and for the 2020 model year, Toyota Supra returns into production all-new, engineered and designed alongside the new BMW Z4.
8:52 #8 2019 Ford GT
The original Ford GT was a limited-edition sports car released to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the brand, but since 2017, Ford started production of an all-new GT model that is now manufactured in a limited number of 250 units annually.