2020 is bound to be an exciting year in the auto industry, with a wide range of new technologies entering the market. Features such as autonomous driving, driver override systems, and digital window displays that allow you to keep your eyes on the road while also checking your mileage are appearing in more and more car models as time goes on. In 2020, these innovative technologies will be more prevalent than ever, improving safety and general functionality across the industry. But with so much progress being made by major car brands, it is difficult to tell who stands out from the pack. Here are the most innovative cars set to take the streets in 2020:
2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid LE
Starting at $23,880, this car is arguably the best bang for your buck you can get if you’re looking to buy a sedan in 2020. This model has been widely popular for years because of its fuel efficiency and reliability, and with an EPA-estimated 52 mpg, this car will continue to save you money over its long lifespan. The center dashboard of this model is an 8-inch touchscreen that comes with Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa. Safety features include pedestrian detection, high beams that turn on automatically, and lane recognition technology.
2020 Kia Telluride
This model offers unrivalled luxury for its price in the crossover SUV segment, starting at $33,060. This model is top-rated in terms of comfort and cargo space, and is a perfect family car that easily seats eight. The Telluride was named a Top Safety Pick by the IIHS with top-of-the-line safety features including lane recognition, blindspot monitoring technology, and one of the most impressive braking systems in the industry. And to be sure that your purchase of a 2020 Kia Telluride was a good investment, Kia offers powertrain warranty over 10 years or 100,000 miles, one of the best coverage programs across the industry.
2020 Toyota Mirai
Toyota is currently leading the way in terms of hydrogen fuel. Hydrogen fuel is relatively untested waters, and so hydrogen fueling stations are very rare across the United States and even more rare in other parts of the world. Additionally, the Mirai’s range is only around 300 miles on a tank. Obviously, there are some kinks that Toyota needs to work out before they make hydrogen fuel widely popular, but you’ve got to give them points for innovation. Starting price for this model is $59,505. Don’t be surprised if you see hydrogen-fueled cars gaining market share in the coming years.
2020 Hyundai Ioniq
This is the first car to be offered in a hybrid configuration, electric configuration, and plug-in configuration, allowing buyers a choice of what works best for them. The standard Ioniq features a 10.25-inch entertainment screen on the dashboard, as well as an option for premium features such as satellite navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a driver’s seat with electric memory. This car has a sophisticated aesthetic that makes the powerful technology within look all the better.