Following 2014’s major auto shows, Cars.com’s editors outlined their top 10 most anticipated new cars set to hit dealership lots in 2015. With new-car sales expected to be strong through the remainder of 2014 and beyond, both dealers and car shoppers have a lot to look forward to.
“From the redesigned Ford Mustang to the sleek, futuristic electric BMW i8, and even more practical cars like the tiny Jeep Renegade SUV or the Hyundai Sonata, our list includes compelling new vehicles for many types of shopper,” said Joe Wiesenfelder, Cars.com’s Executive Editor.
Head over to the Cars.com KickingTires blog for a complete run-down of our editors’ picks or breeze through the cliff notes below.
- Alfa Romeo 4C: The Italian brand’s return to the U.S. after a 20-plus-year hiatus comes in the form of a curvaceous coupe.
- Ford Mustang: The more modernly styled Mustang is lighter and wider for 2015 with a new engine option.
- Jeep Renegade: Though perhaps a little polarizing, the Renegade brings back the blocky, rugged look for which Jeep is known, in a very small package.
- BMW i8: The sci-fi looking BMW plug-in hybrid delivers the drama with a long, low, wide body and swing-up doors.
- Porsche Macan: Boasting baby Cayenne styling and two engine options, Porsche is following suit with many other luxury automakers by adding this smaller model to its lineup.
- Lexus RC F: The RC F strikes a menacing pose backed up by some serious numbers including 450 horsepower.
- Chevrolet Corvette Z06: Brute power, dynamic handling and head-turning style are three Corvette hallmarks, and the new high-performance Z06 ups the ante on all accounts.
- Mercedes-Benz C-Class: Appearing hugely improved over its predecessor, the 2015 grows in size and offers a suite of high-tech safety features.
- Ford F-150: The truck’s huge makeover for 2015 includes a pumped-up grille, a weight-saving aluminum body and several new powertrains.
- Hyundai Sonata: This midsize sedan has always been an affordable, good-looking, feature-packed sedan; a face-lift and more features only sweeten the Sonata’s appeal.
What vehicle are you most excited to see at your dealership in 2015? Let us know in the comments section below.