What are the new innovations in the automotive industry

When you’re passionate about four-wheeled vehicles, it’s only natural to look for the latest trends. Over the past few years, manufacturers have produced enough electric cars to meet the demand of those in power who have embarked on the fight against environmental pollution. These so-called ecological cars seem to be taking the automotive industry by storm, and considering the way things are going, in just a few years, we can say goodbye to internal combustion vehicles that produce tons of greenhouse gases. However, regardless of whether manufacturers adopt the ecological policy, we will always be entitled to new car models that are better than the old ones in terms of aesthetics and speed. So let’s take a look at some of the latest releases on the market.

BMW X5 M Competition

With a power output of 625 hp at 6,000 rpm and an automatic gearbox, the new BMW X5 M is currently one of the favorites of many motoring enthusiasts. On the old version, we already knew about the M mirrors and the double-bar M grille, which clearly prove that powerful design puts performance first. But the Competition model currently available to us intensifies these elements with a glossy rear finish. If you’re planning to treat yourself to the all-new BMW, you’ll need to prepare a cash balance of €145,400.

Renault Kadjar 2020

Already considered a rival to the Nissan Qashqai, the Renault Kadjar 2020 is a new car with a 1.3-liter turbocharged petrol engine developing 117 kW and 260 Nm, the source of its power. The engine is coupled exclusively to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and supplies power to the front wheels. Since 1 April, prices for the new Kadjar have been revised upwards and range from €28,500 to €39,800.

Alpine A110 2020

This is the new model of the Renault Alpine A110, which had been adopted by many users from the outset. Will the latest version live up to consumers’ expectations? Let’s take a look at its features. The car has a sporty personality and its appearance is quite simple. This model, which is now at the top of Alpine’s A110 range, emphasizes high-speed stability and precise steering. The Legend GT sells for €69,300 and the Color Edition for €71,000!

Hyundai i10 2020

Currently available on the market at prices ranging from €11,990 to €16,300, the new Hyundai i10 from the Korean manufacturer offers an impressive range of technologies. Its main competitors are the Volkswagen up! and the Fiat 500, which it is trying to steal from buyers. Compared to its predecessors, this car is bigger, with more interior space and a refreshed exterior design.

New Tesla Roadster

It is an ecological car that offers about 1,000 km of autonomy with a battery capacity of 200 kWh. If the first version was based on the Lotus Elise, it must be said that this new Roadster model has more impressive performances. With its top speed of 400 km/h, this car is not easily accessible since it costs 172 000 €.