Five new car models for 2019

18 Sep

If you’re passionate about cars, then you’ll know that 2019 will be a breakthrough year for the top car manufacturers in the world. BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, Jaguar, and Volvo all promise revolutionary new models for next year. We’ll give you a sneak peak of the five new car models for 2019.

BMW 8 Series
BMW’s new 8 Series vixen will be launched in early December. Although it’s the bigger version of the 6 Series coupé, the 8 Series is a flagship model for BMW, so they’re going all out with it. The twin-turbo V8, 4.4-litre engine powers up a staggering 523hp and 750Nm of torque. This beauty will blast from 0 to 60mph in just 3.7s and peak at 150mph. What more can you ask for? Standard equipment will include BMW custom technology such as LaserLight, Active Roll Stabilisation, an exquisite 16-speaker sound system from Harman Kardon and Merino leather upholstery. If you want a more aggressive appearance, BMW offers carbon trim customisation packages as an option to tune up the bumpers, rear spoiler, mirrors, and roof. The four-door 8 Series is on its way and will offer you a driving experience you’ll never forget.

Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon
SUV enthusiasts are expecting more and more from their cars. Mercedes-Benz makes a point with its new 2019 G-Wagon model. Its interior focuses on practicality as well as comfort, showcasing top-rated equipment and craftsmanship in design. The dashboard employs the S-Class’s twin 12-inch screens, and modern infotainment and functionality, up to and including a 15 speaker, 590-watt Burmester sound system.

The new Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon will surprise you with how much weight it can carry and pull. The body is 55% heavier, all the components put within the ladder frame for protection. The chassis itself is heavier than before, however overall the G is 170kg lighter. By optimising the body’s strength Mercedes-Benz’s engineers have once again outdone themselves. They guarantee that if you really want massive off-road capability, the G-Wagon will not disappoint.

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2019 Ford Ranger
The new Ford Ranger won’t hit the market until early next year. However, Ford has uploaded and opened its configurator for the new pickup truck, so you can go ahead and customise your new vehicle. Ford offers several packages for the new Ranger including chrome plating, sports line package and the FX or FX4 off-road set. This mid-size pickup is powered by a 2.0-litre bi-turbo engine and is expected to produce 211hp and 500Nm of torque. Two- and four-wheel drive options will be available.

Jaguar i-Pace
Although the i-Pace is an all-electric vehicle, it retains Jaguar’s strengths at its core. The purity and finesse of the brand are completely integrated into the i-Pace. This delicate beast has aerodynamic lines contouring a beautiful silhouette which allows you to enjoy the thrill of the powerful racing technology. With a full charge, the engine can cover 240 miles. Its extreme 394hp and 694Nm of torque capacities can be overwhelming even if you’re a professional driver. Because speed is at its heart, the i-Pace won’t make you waste time charging. It can reach an 80% charge in around 85 minutes. Jaguar doesn’t leave out its custom Touch Pro Duo Infotainment system and 4G wi-fi capability, either. You’re on a race to success with the i-Pace.

Volvo XC40
The Volvo XC40 compact SUV combines a luxurious exterior with practical Volvo-specific interior features. The cabin is uncluttered, modern and has light touches of luxury such as unique decor inserts, a panoramic roof and highly contrasting colour tones like Oxide Red. Technology stands its own ground in the XC40 through the Sensus touchscreen display and Harman Kardon sound system. The four-cylinder turbocharged engine produces up to 187hp and 300Nm of torque. It’s enough to satisfy your need for speed but also practical for a safe family road trip.

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