Top 10 New Cars of 2021

By CarMoney November 6, 2020
Top 10 New Cars of 2021

Here at CarMoney, we are constantly looking forward to see what new stuff is coming out of the blocks. So for the end of the week, we thought it would be fun to do a top 10 for some of the newest and coolest models coming in the New Year! Will you agree with our picks?

10. Ford Puma ST

Price: £25,000

Date: Spring 2021

The Puma has had the ST treatment for 2021 and now it looks more like its namesake! Not only that, but this promises to be one of the most exciting small cars coming out next year. If they have done anything similar to the Fiesta ST (the same chassis it sits on), they won’t go wrong! Ford could have yet another hot-hatch contender, making it to number 10!

9. Citroen e-C4

Price: £29,180

Date: Jan 2021

Citroen may not be the biggest player in the EV game, but the all new and fresh-looking e-C4 will give the brand an all-electric alternative. Not only that, but Citroen have also quoted 217-mile range on the battery, plus, 30 minutes of charge will take it to 80%! You may not think this is the most exciting car, but we think that the style and the impressive battery performance justifies its place at number 9!

8. Audi Q5 Sportback

Price: £45,000 (Est)

Date: Spring 2021

Audi look like they’ve done it again! They have taken the Q5 and flattened the back end! As already seen with the Q3, there is a new coupe-SUV based on the larger Q5. If it is anything like the other sport back’s, it should be a great car!  

7. Mercedes EQB

Price: £43,000

Date: Early 2021

With big plans for Mercedes to develop their EV range in the new year, its no surprise to see a brand new, all electric compact SUV coming into showrooms next year. Sitting alongside its combustion cousins in the GLB line-up, the EQB will be down on power in comparison, with an expected output of 270bhp.   

6. BMW 4 Series Convertible

Price: £45,785

Date: Early 2021

Right off the back of the new 4 Series Coupe is the convertible version. And boy does it look good! The entry model will be powered by a 2.0litre, 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, pushing 254bhp. A worthy candidate for number 6!

5. Tesla Model Y

Price: £45,000

Date: Summer 2021

You may be forgiven for thinking this shouldn’t be on this list, with over 75% of its parts being shared with the Model 3 and the fact it looks way to tall. But don’t let that fool you, this newest of Teslas comes with astonishing charging times, a reported 314-mile range and the ability to sit 7 people… in an electric car! And of course, it is very fast because it’s a Tesla!

4. Dacia Spring

Price: £19,800

Date: 2021

The Romanians have exploded onto the EV scene with the most affordable electric car on the market. Based off of a Renault Kwid and electrified K-ZE, the Spring will offer an SUV styled city-car. Although, most of the details of this car are being kept under wraps at the moment. Dacias are not only renowned for being reliable but this is a cheap car considering it is all electric, and for that reason it makes it to the top 4!

3. Audi Q4 e-tron

Price: £45,000 (Est)

Date: Autumn 2021

An all-electric SUV to rival the Tesla models, Audi introduce the Q4 e-tron, and I think we can all agree it looks pretty good! Not too many details for this yet, but as this will be Audi’s first car on the VW Group’s multi-billion pound MEB platform, we should all be excited to see this when it comes!

2. Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA

Price: £155,000 (Est)

Date: Summer 2021

Alfa have gone and made an even hotter version of the Giulia Quadrifoglio! This one has a 2.0litre twin turbo V6 pushing 533bhp. Not only that, but they have given it the carbon-fibre treatment using it for the front bumper, driveshafts, bonnet, wheel arches and roof in a massive weight shedding effort! This should be good… but not quite number 1.

1. BMW i4

Price: £60,000 (Est)

Date: Late 2021

Not much needed to be said here… look at that! And its not just in the aesthetics department that the i4 impresses. Yet to be confirmed, but should concept match reality, the i4 has the potential of having 525bhp coming from an electric motor driving all 4 wheels pushing it 0-60mph in 4 seconds and pressing onto a top speed of 124mph! You can understand why we placed this one in first can’t you?

So, what do you think? A lot of new electric cars bursting onto the scene and looking good! The future of the automotive industry looks exciting, with so many car companies now having a horse in the EV race. We would love to hear your thoughts about this list! Give us a message and follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for more awesome industry news, new releases, or even if you think we have missed out something from this list!

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