10 Upcoming Crossovers and Compact SUVs of 2020 (Guide to Latest Models)

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Regardless whether we want it or not, but new crossovers just keep coming. In fact, manufacturers are so eager to release new models that the 2020 lineups have already been presented and they are quite intriguing.

In this video we will be showing you the freshest CUVs that are expected to kick off the next decade of automaking with the latest advancements in powertrain, safety and technological features.

More #AutomotiveTerritory releases that you may be interested in:

New automobiles by Korean manufacturers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DVqmxjDEaM

Latest vehicles developed by British automakers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5dKuojXxCs

All of the vehicles mentioned in this #AT_New_Cars episode:

Ford Escape (Kuga): ford.com/suvs-crossovers/escape/2020

Also known as Ford Kuga on the European market this compact crossover is receiving a radical redesign for the 2020 model year. The new iteration shed 200 lbs on the scales but has actually grown.

Lincoln Corsair: lincoln.com/luxury-crossovers/corsair/2020/

Replacing the MKC compact crossover, the 2020 Corsair debuts as the smallest model in Lincoln lineup. It shares its underpinnings with the 4th generation Ford Escape, but has 100% Lincoln looks borrowed from its larger SUV siblings.

Tesla Model Y: tesla.com/modely

The all-new Tesla Model Y shares its underpinnings with the Model 3 sedan but has a higher stance, a much roomier interior, and an optional 7-seating capability. It will start deliveries by the end of 2020.

Mazda CX-30: www.mazda.com/en/new-generation/cx-30/

2020 Mazda CX-30 is a stylish Mazda 3-like compact crossover that was revealed in Geneva this year. It is now expected to start production in summer 2019.

Subaru Outback: subaru.com/nyias2019

The sixth generation Subaru Outback was unveiled at the 2019 New York Autoshow and is expected to continue a streak of strong sales in the segment of mid-size crossovers.

Hyundai Venue: hyundainews.com/models/hyundai-venue-2020-venue/videos

2020 Hyundai Venue s even more compact and affordable than the entry-level Kona. It adopts the exterior design of its bigger Santa Fe and Palisade siblings, has modern interior, and lots of standard safety tech.

Hyundai Tucson N Line: hyundai.news/eu/model-news/sportier-and-more-efficient-new-hyundai-tucson-becomes-first-suv-with-n-line-treatment/

2020 Hyundai Tucson N Line is a new sporty trim of the regular Tuscon that aims to keep the interest to the N series warm.

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport/ASX: mitsubishicars.com/2020-mitsubishi-outlander-sport-reveal

In the US, 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is getting two engine options, a 2.0L 4 cylinder with 148 horses and a 2.4L with 168 hp. The 5-speed manual is being discontinued, so the crossover will be offered with a CVT only.

Kia Soul: kia.com/us/en/content/vehicles/upcoming-vehicles/2020-soul

Being a borderline crossover-hatchback mix, the Kia Soul no longer wishes to be a boring box on wheels, so in 2020 we will be seeing a revitalized and sprucer model. The lineup consists of six trims LX, S, somewhat offroad equipped X-Line, designer EX, sporty GT-Line, and GT-Line Turbo.

Skoda Kamiq: skoda-storyboard.com/en/images/?filter[model]%5B0%5D=kamiq

Despite sharing the name with another Skoda model sold exclusively on the Chinese market, the 2020 Skoda Kamiq is a car of its own. It is the third and the smallest international crossover model of the brand, and it is aimed to occupy the subcompact niche and appeal to younger customers.

Mercedes-Benz GLB: mercedes-benz.com/en/mercedes-benz/vehicles/passenger-cars/mercedes-benz-concept-cars/concept-glb

The release of the baby G-class is scheduled for the 2020 but until we see the production model, Mercedes has unveiled this rugged concept. The model squeezes in the Mercedes lineup between the GLA subcompact crossover-hatchback and the mid-size SUV GLC.


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  1. As a farmer in South Africa these are great for our dirt roads, who cares really how many there are. If they sell, it's what the people want. I prefer a solid 4×4 vehicle, but for the school run and these roads, especially in our rain season they do serve a purpose, even if they're only pavement AWD's. So as long as there's a need, fashion, desire for them let them come, doesn't hurt anyone. Some are even goid looking, can't wait to see that Mercedes GLB in person one day.

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