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New Year, New Car Trends

2021 car trends.

It’s said that the car market is going through something of a revolution at the moment with the increase in demand for electric cars and hybrids. SUV’s are proving more popular than ever before and many manufacturers are taking this on in a big way, continuing to change to battery power as a more efficient SUV type instead of petrol and diesel. Diesel cars are still available to buy but with higher performance petrol types and the increase in electric and battery powered vehicles, diesel cars are likely to become less common.

New Year, New Car Trends

So, on to the cars…

Superminis

Bigger than city cars, but smaller than family hatchbacks and known for their manoeuvrability and practicality, superminis such as the Ford Fiesta, Vauxhall Corsa and Volkswagen Polo have become some of the most popular cars in the UK and with their affordability factor, it’s a perfect option for many. 2021 looks like it’s going to offer more models entering into the supermini category, such as, the Dacia Sandero- being refreshed next year and looking to be the cheapest of its kind by several thousand!

SUV’s

Proving to be growing rapidly in popularity and being a suitable option for near enough anyone (unless you live in London!), it’s no wonder there are a number of new SUV’s preparing to make their entrance in 2021. More and more electric/hybrid options of SUV will be introduced to the market in 2021. Alfa Romeo’s Tonale will aim to on compact premium SUV’s like the Range Rover Evoque and on the other end of the scale for Alfa Romeo will be the Guilia GTA- a small hybrid SUV.

Electric

With the demand for electric cars at it’s highest (and continuing to climb), manufacturers are challenging themselves to create new technology and bring out new (or redesigned) popular models. The Citreon C4 is a largely popular family hatchback, but with the new face of the C4 it’ll have electric powertrains from launch. Peugeot will be revealing the new 308, which is the oldest model in the brand current range but it’s set to be replaced in 2021 with a fully electric model being available for the first time and will also offer a plug-in hybrid too.

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