Crossovers have gained such popularity over the past decades that it's hard to find an automaker that doesn't make big models. In 2018, interesting new items are released, as well as updates to popular models.
1. Ford Bronco
The Ford Bronco is one of the most anticipated SUVs of decades. The four-wheel drive car was popular from 1966 to 1996 until it disappeared from the market.
Ford has decided to resume production of the model from 2019. The appearance of the car is still kept secret, the first copy of Ford will be presented only at the end of 2018. The SUV is being designed based on the Ford Ranger pickup and will compete with the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
2. Jaguar E-Pace
The first crossover with the Jaguar emblem went on sale in 2016. As the car began to sell successfully, the British company decided to launch a smaller version of it on the market. The Jaguar E-Pace will be released in 2018 and will have a turbocharged inline-4 engine producing 246 hp.
3. Alfa Romeo Stelvio
To emphasize the dynamic qualities and handling of the first crossover from Alfa Romeo, marketers of the Italian company named this car after the winding alpine road. The car will receive an in-line 4-cylinder engine that produces 280 hp. and a torque of 415 N ∙ m.
4. Buick Enclave
The Buick Enclave crossover has been produced almost unchanged since 2007. In 2018, it is replaced by an updated version, lighter and more powerful.
5. Audi Q5
Audi cars have long been known for their crossovers, in particular, the Q5 model is very popular among drivers. In 2018, a new version is released, even more spectacular and dynamic than the current version.
6. Volkswagen Atlas
After years of stagnation, Volkswagen has introduced a new crossover. The large car with three rows of seats was named Atlas, after the mountains in North Africa where the Tuareg tribes live. Atlas is already being produced in China under the Teramont name, and the car will appear in Europe and the United States in 2018.
7. Ford Expedition
The huge SUV has been produced since 1998 and has already changed three generations. A completely new car with an aluminum body will see the light of day in 2018. Expedition will get a 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 engine and about 40 new features. Ford believes that the car will become a dangerous competitor for the large Chevrolet Suburban crossover.
8. GMC Terrain / Chevrolet Equinox
The mid-size crossover GMC Terrain was introduced in 2010, and for a long time the car was produced without the slightest changes. But in 2018, sales of the second generation of this model, as well as the partner on the Chevrolet Equinox platform, will begin. Both cars are larger and now look more sophisticated than their predecessors.
9. Toyota C-HR
The Toyota C-HR crossover was originally supposed to be branded Scion, but that division of the Japanese company was closed last year. So this youthful car with an aggressive design got into the Toyota lineup. Although the car has just appeared, it is already called the main competitor of the Honda HR-V.
10. Subaru Crosstrek
The Crosstrek is a brand new model from the Japanese company Subaru that will be available in 2018. It is already known that the car will receive a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder boxer engine, as well as one of two gearboxes. The driver will be able to choose between a 6-speed manual transmission and a continuously variable transmission CVT. Subaru expects the Crosstrek to gain popularity thanks to its driving dynamics, spacious interior and attractive price.
According to statistics, it is crossovers and SUVs that are cars that drivers don't get rid of even after 10 years.