13 Jun 2021

This year, you can expect even more incredible vehicle releases than last year. Here is a list of new vehicle models, face-lifts and variants coming out in 2020. Germany seems to be leading the way with Audi, Mercedes-Benz and BMW all releasing new vehicles this year. Here are some of the releases you can look forward to in 2020:

Golf 8

You can expect to see the Golf 8 in the fourth quarter of 2020 and its teched out! Its interior emphasises the ease and style of intuitive operation. The sporty and powerful Golf 8 is the first derivative introduced in South Africa and is expected to be sold with DSG transmission.

Renault Clio

The all-new Clio 5 has an E-Tech hybrid engine and arrives in South Africa in April 2020.

Toyota Corolla

Compared to previous models, the new Corolla sedan is the most stylish. It’s also a best-seller in the South African market. The Quest is also making headlines thanks to providing drivers and passengers with a comfortable, practical and stylish driving experience.

The Toyota Corolla Quest is expected in the first quarter, while the Toyota Corolla Sedan is expected in Q2.

Mini Cooper SE

The MINI Cooper SE is an all-electric version of the iconic Cooper and will reach South Africa in the second quarter of 2020. Despite its lower than average driving range compared to other electric cars, it still packs a punch and is luxuriously comfortable.

Jaguar Land Rover

The new Land Rover Defender will arrive in South Africa in the second quarter of 2020. The new Defender will come with greater capabilities than any other Land Rover before it.

Porsche Taycan

The Taycan is an all-electric car expected to arrive in South Africa in the second half of 2020. It was named by combining two Turkish terms that roughly translate to “soul of a spirited young horse.”

GLS Maybach

The Maybach GLS 600 4MATIC, according to Mercedes-Benz, will showcase an all new level of SUV luxury in its segment.

“It extends the portfolio of the Mercedes-Maybach brand by combining the body design and technical basis of the GLS with the luxury of a top-class saloon car.”

Audi e-tron

The Audi e-tron, a battery-powered crossover, will also be releases in the fourth quarter of 2020. This fully-electric, mid-size luxury crossover SUV was released as a concept car at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor show.