Automotive sector professional Bob Wilkinson Ottawa looks toward 2021 as the industry’s leading manufacturers reveal their latest all-new models.
From GMC’s Hummer EV and Ford’s all-new, strikingly reimagined Bronco to new models from BMW, Mercedes, Volvo, Nissan, and more, next year promises a plethora of brand-new cars and trucks from numerous leading manufacturers as global automakers continue to reveal their 2021 and 2022 lineups. Featuring a wealth of both brand-new and redesigned or refreshed models, automotive sector professional and entrepreneur Bob Wilkinson Ottawa takes a closer look at what’s in store for the next 12 months and beyond.
Among next year’s most eagerly anticipated vehicles is, Bob Wilkinson Ottawa says, the 2021 Ford Bronco. “An iconic name returning to challenge the Jeep Wrangler with a removable top and doors, next year’s brand-new Bronco is, perhaps, one of the most eagerly anticipated all-new vehicles of recent years,” says entrepreneur Bob, a veteran of more than 15 years in the automotive industry, speaking from his office in Ottawa, Ontario.
Launching in the spring and priced from a reported $28,500, according to automotive sector professional Bob Wilkinson Ottawa, the Jeep Wrangler competitor from Ford will also be joined by a less extreme model christened the Bronco Sport, he reports. Arriving in the fall, the Ford Bronco Sport is, perhaps surprisingly, Bob says, expected to come in at around $2,000 less than the more hardcore standard Bronco at approximately $26,500.
Fall 2021 will also see the arrival of the 2022 GMC Hummer EV, Bobby Wilkinson Ottawa reports. The electric pickup truck promises an incredible 1,000 horsepower and a battery delivering over 300 miles of range, but it’ll come at a cost, according to Bob Wilkinson Ottawa, with launch vehicles expected to be priced at over $110,000.
Also hotly anticipated in the truck market is next year’s Ram 1500 TRX, says Bob Wilkinson Ottawa. A high-performance, 700-horsepower supercharged engine and all-terrain tires promise a vehicle that’s serious about both work and play, suggests the expert. Available to order now, the 2021 Ram TRX is, he notes, priced from just under $70,000.
Also on the cards for 2021 and worthy of note according to motorsport fan Bob Wilkinson Ottawa are the 2021 Volkswagen ID4, 2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge P8, 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQC, 2022 Volkswagen Taos, BMW’s all-new M3 and M4, and the 2022 Nissan Z. “Beyond 2021, meanwhile, the much-talked-about 2023 Cadillac Lyriq midsize electric SUV will be available from fall of 2022,” Bob Wilkinson Ottawa points out.
Entrepreneur Bob Wilkinson Ottawa has spoken at length recently on a range of topics tied to his work, including discussing the value of routine vehicle tune-ups, crediting electric vehicle sales with ongoing Canadian auto market expansion, and dissecting his top automotive sector management techniques. Beyond his passion for cars, trucks, and motorsport—with Bob Wilkinson Ottawa the proud owner of a highly modified Nissan GT-R—the automotive industry professional reportedly loves nothing more than spending time with his wife and their young son at the family’s home in Ontario.