New Model Guide: All the Cars, Pickups, SUVs and EVs Coming in 2024 | Taza Khabre

2024 is just around the corner, and one of the most exciting things for gearbox specialists is seeing the cars that automakers have been working on finally hit the market. As the automotive industry continues to evolve, automakers are pushing the boundaries of innovation and developing cutting-edge technologies that make some of the future cars of 2024 look like they’re straight out of Hollywood’s best sci-fi movies.

This article describes some of the most anticipated cars of 2024, which are set to hit the market as early as December 2023. Since one year can make a huge difference, it’s better to wait until the 2024 models start arriving at dealerships than settle for a new 2023 car that could be light years behind in terms of technology. Whether you’re an enthusiast looking forward to the latest and greatest in sports cars, or a family man looking for the next SUVbusiness owner looking for the next pickupor the environmentally conscious buyer looking for a new one electric car to help you reduce your carbon footprint, we’ve got you covered. We’ll dive into design details, key specs, some of the expected features, and other important details to help you make an informed decision.

We used manufacturers’ websites to compile this list.


10 2024 Cadillac Celestiq

Starting MSRP: $340,000 (estimate)

Cadillac

Over the past century, Cadillac has made a name for itself as a manufacturer of some of America’s finest luxury cars. However, many transmission manufacturers believe that Cadillac has lost its identity in the 21st century and has failed to separate itself from the “regular” GM brands. Cadillac wants to change that with its new 2024 flagship, the Celestiq.

The Celestiq is a full-size all-electric luxury sedan that aims to give Rolls-Royce a run for its money. A true flagship, the Celestiq will be Cadillac’s first hand-built model in years and will reportedly cost more than $300,000, making it one of the most expensive American cars. For this you get a futuristic design, an ultra-luxurious interior that would be the envy of Rolls-Royce owners, a powerful electric drivetrain with a range of over 300 miles and futuristic technologies such as autonomous driving.

Specifications

Engine/power unit

Dual electric motor

Horsepower

600 hp

A turning point

640 lb-ft

Method of transmission

Single-speed transmission

Model

Two-motor, four-wheel drive

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9 2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse

Starting MSRP: $59,270

2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse front view.
Ford

The hardest fact every gearhead will have to accept in the coming years is that a beloved muscle car is on its deathbed. Eco-warriors have finally won their battle with muscle cars, which explains their popularity Nameplates like the Camaro are expected to be discontinued. Fortunately, it looks like the Mustang will be around for a few more years, as Ford has already unveiled the next-generation Mustang, which is set to debut in 2024.

The new generation Mustang has a revised but familiar design, an all-new interior, revised chassis hardware and several trim levels to choose from with different powertrains. The top model is known as the Dark Horse, and it’s pretty awesome. Considered to be the spiritual successor to the Mustang Mach 1, the Dark Horse will feature a naturally aspirated 5.0-liter V8 rated at 500 ponies, along with other interesting features such as a six-speed manual transmission, Pirelli P Zero Trofeo RS tires, and more.

Specifications

Engine/power unit

5.0-liter Coyote V8

Horsepower

500 hp

A turning point

418 lb-ft

Method of transmission

Six-speed mechanics

Model

Front engine, rear drive

8 2024 Ferrari Purosangue

Starting MSRP: $400,000 (estimate)

A red Ferrari Purosangue is parked in the open air
Ferrari

In 2016, Maranello management said that Ferrari would never build an SUV because it would be against its DNA. Fast forward to today and the Italian marque seems to have changed its stance on SUVs as it has already unveiled its first – the Purosangue. We don’t blame Ferrari, though, as SUVs are the best-selling cars on the market right now.

While many were skeptical about the existence of a Ferrari SUV, early signs point to the Purosangue being a hit. First, it is one of the most beautiful SUVs. The Purosangue also has Ferrari DNA under the hood, where the monstrous 6.5-liter V12 engine lives. 715 hp and Purosangue’s loud roar will surely shut up the haters.

Specifications

Engine/power unit

6.5-liter V12

Horsepower

715 hp

A turning point

528 lb-ft

Method of transmission

8-speed automatic with double clutch

Model

Front engine, rear drive

7 2024 Audi RS6 Avant Performance

Starting MSRP: $125,800

2023-audi-rs-6-avant-performance
Audi

In the 90s, Audi created the insane RS2 Avant, essentially creating the market for powerful wagons. Audi aims to maintain its position as the king of the performance wagon market when the RS6 Avant Performance hits the streets next year.

The new RS6 Avant Performance it’s basically an RS6 Avant on steroids. The 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 has received a power boost in the RS6 Avant Performance to boost output to 621bhp, while chassis tweaks, several weight-reduction measures, special suspension tuning and a sports exhaust system make it manageable incredible With only 75 units planned, the RS6 Avant Performance will be one of the rarest Audis ever.

Specifications

Engine/power unit

4.0-liter twin-turbo V8

Horsepower

621 hp

A turning point

627 lb-ft

Method of transmission

8-speed automatic

Model

Front engine, all-wheel drive

6 2024 Hyundai Santa Fe

Starting MSRP: $35,000 (estimate)

2024 Hyundai Santa Fe front three-quarter
Hyundai

The Santa Fe is one of Hyundai’s most important models. Since its debut at the turn of the century, the Santa Fe has helped Hyundai establish itself in the US market with its reputation as a practical, reliable and affordable SUV. In 2024, the Santa Fe will receive a new generation, and gearheads can’t wait.

The new generation Santa Fe is the most significant update to the model, especially in terms of design. Unlike previous generations, the fifth-generation Santa Fe has a squarer design that is longer and taller to increase passenger capacity and cargo capacity. The interior is much more futuristic and luxurious – it can even be mistaken for a Land Rover.

Specifications

Engine/power unit

2.5-liter in-line four-cylinder engine

Horsepower

277 horsepower

A turning point

311 lb-ft

Method of transmission

Eight-speed automatic with double clutch

Model

Front engine, front-wheel drive (possible four-wheel drive)

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5 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser

Starting MSRP: $55,000 (estimate)

Front view of the 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser.
Toyota

In 2020, Toyota announced that the Land Cruiser would be discontinued in the North American market after 2021. The move left many gears broken, as the Land Cruiser is one of the few SUVs that combine luxury, off-road performance and reliability. Fortunately, it seems Toyota was just kidding, as the Land Cruiser is back, baby!

The new Land Cruiser should return to North America in 2024, and we can’t wait! It has a bold new boxy design inspired by the 1958 Land Cruiser, with rectangular headlights, wider tires that give it a modern look, and the name “TOYOTA” on the front grille instead of the Toyota badge.

Specifications

Engine/power unit

Four-cylinder turbocharged 2.4 l + 2 electric motors

Horsepower

326 hp

A turning point

465 lb-ft

Method of transmission

Eight-speed automatic transmission

Model

Front engine, all-wheel drive

4 2024 Lucid Air Sapphire

Starting MSRP: $249,000

Blue Lucid Air Sapphire on the track
Clear

Since its debut in 2021, the Lucid Air has been touted by many as a closer rival to the Tesla Model S. It’s priced the same, if slightly more expensive, has dual engines as the Model S, and offers similar range. When Tesla upped the ante and built the Model S Plaid, Lucid knew it had to follow suit if the Air was going to compete, so it created the Lucid Air Sapphire.

Like the Model S Plaid, the Lucid Air Sapphire adds an extra motor to the standard version’s twin-motor setup, increasing its output to more than 1,200 hp. Like the Model S Plaid, the Lucid Air Sapphire can go from 0 to 60 in less than 2 seconds. However, the Lucid Air Sapphire costs almost twice as much as the Model S Plaid.

Specifications

Engine/power unit

Electric trimotor

Horsepower

1234 hp

A turning point

1,430 lb-ft

Method of transmission

Single-speed transmission

Model

Trimotor, all-wheel drive

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3 2024 Tesla Cybertruck

Starting MSRP: $70,000 (estimate)

Tesla Cybertruck is driving on the road
Tesla

In 2019, Elon Musk presented Tesla Cybertruck and broke the internet. The Cybertruck’s ultra-futuristic design, massive size, and the fact that it was supposed to be the first all-electric pickup truck impressed many, which explains why Tesla reportedly received more than 250,000 pre-orders within a week of its unveiling.

After several years of waiting, Tesla finally produced the first Cybertruck in July 2023, with deliveries starting in 2024. Upon debut, the Cybertruck is expected to accelerate to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds and have a range of over 500 miles.

Specifications

Engine/power unit

Dual electric motor

Horsepower

805 hp

A turning point

908 lb-ft

Method of transmission

Single-speed transmission

Model

Two-motor, four-wheel drive

2 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV

Starting MSRP: $51,000 (estimate)

2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV RST Front View
Chevrolet

As Tesla took the time to create the Cybertruck, Ford noticed that there was a huge demand for electric pickups and decided to take advantage of it by creating an electric version of the popular F-150 – the F-150 Lightning. After seeing how successful the F-150 Lightning was, Chevy rolled up its sleeves and created a worthy competitor – the Silverado EV.

Just like the gas-powered version, the Silverado EV aims to give the F-150 Lightning a run for its money. It shares the same platform as the saucy GMC Hummer EV, which means you get a twin-motor setup with 754 hp, 10,000 pounds of towing capacity, and up to 450 miles of range.

Specifications

Engine/power unit

Dual electric motor

Horsepower

754 hp

A turning point

785 lb-ft

Method of transmission

Single-speed transmission

Model

Two-motor, four-wheel drive

1 2024 BMW i5

Starting MSRP: $66,800

2024 BMW i5
BMW

Like other traditional automakers, BMW is looking to electrify its lineup. The German giant has already given us an all-electric version of the flagship 7 Series – the i7 – and next year it plans to introduce an electric version of the 5 Series.

Called the i5, this new model is sure to be one of the best electric luxury sedans out there and will help fill the gap between the i7 and i4. BMW will offer two i5 models – the entry-level 335-horsepower eDrive40, which has a single electric motor driving the rear wheels, and the hotter M60 xDrive version, which uses a dual-motor all-wheel drive system generating 590 hp.

Specifications

Engine/power unit

Electric single-engine

Horsepower

335 hp

A turning point

295 lb-ft

Method of transmission

Single-speed transmission

Model

Single-engine, all-wheel drive

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