10 Upcoming American Cars Preparing to Compete in SUV and Truck Segments of 2021

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, April 1, 2020
  • In 2021, American automakers are finishing their transition into the new production decade, which implies nearly complete riddance of cars from the lineups and clear focus on pickup trucks, crossovers and SUVs. It is hard to predict how this move will effect the future sales, especially in the light of the recent events, so for now let’s just explore what vehicles with the American souls will be driven in the upcoming years. We will inspect their technical specifications, exterior designs, interior packaging and pricing!

    Previously released #AutomotiveTerritory episodes that may be useful for you:

    Some of the cheapest 3-row cars of today: https://anyclips.net/video/ogLaYfBO1ZU

    Upcoming luxury SUVs of 2020: https://anyclips.net/video/N_f84MksWHw

    Learn more about all vehicles shown in this release of #AT_New_Cars series:

    Chevrolet Colorado: chevrolet.com/upcoming-vehicles/2021-colorado
    2021 Chevrolet Colorado is the entry-level model in Chevy’s truck range and at the same time, one of the top-selling vehicles from the brand. This year, it continues to try to remain at the top-of-its-game, getting a fresher face and a simplified trim selection.

    Cadillac Escalade: cadillac.com/future-vehicles/escalade-suv

    Arguably the most anticipated full-size SUV in the luxury segment, the Cadillac Escalade arrives loaded with new tech , ride improvements and new design cues inspired by the Escala concept.

    Ford Mustang Mach-E: ford.com/suvs/mach-e/2021

    It will be a while until we see an electrically powered production version of the iconic muscle car, after all Ford is not ready to sacrifice the V8 legacy just jet. Instead the company offers a crossover alternative with the same moniker Mustang Mach E.

    Chevrolet Tahoe: chevrolet.com/upcoming-vehicles/2021-tahoe-and-suburban

    Compared to the previous generation model, the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe becomes $1,000 more expensive, but it also becomes roomier, solves ride quality issues that plague the model, and introduced new safety and infotainment features.

    GMC Canyon: gmc.com/future-vehicles/2021-canyon

    Before the Canyon pickup goes through a generation change in a year or two, the 2021 GMC Canyon arrives with a mid-cycle facelift, revising its exterior, introducing new trim levels and upgrading technology.

    Chrysler Pacifica: media.fcanorthamerica.com/newsroom.do?id=364&mid=779

    2021 Chrysler Pacifica is getting its lineup realigned once again, with the plug-in version of the car becoming a powertrain option instead of a separate model and the gas-powered model gaining a sophisticated AWD system for the first time in history.

    Chevrolet Suburban: chevrolet.com/upcoming-vehicles/2021-tahoe-and-suburban

    2021 Chevrolet Suburban enters its 12th generation and comes built on the GMT T1XX platform, that according to Chevy, is 98% all-new this year. The exterior is fully reinvented, keeping only the windshield and the familiar shape from the previous models.

    Jeep Gladiator Mojave: media.fcanorthamerica.com/mediacenter.do?method=viewChannel&cid=198e813db92

    Jeep® Gladiator Mojave is a desert-rated version of the Gladiator that comes ready to conquer both windy sands and your wallets with so much more, than a few exterior upgrades.

    Chevrolet Trailblazer: chevrolet.com/suvs/trailblazer

    Initially introduced on the Chinese market, the Trailblazer joins Chevy’s 2021 lineup as the company’s cheapest compact crossover. It shares design language with the Blazer, so consequently you will notice the sporty Camaro vibes in the front fascia.

    GMC Yukon: gmc.com/future-vehicles/2021-yukon

    Following in the footsteps of its Chevy sibling, 2021 GMC Yukon enters its 5th generation this year. The model sits on a new chassis and grows in size by around 3%, somehow managing to improve third row legroom by 40 and cargo space by 30%.

    Chevrolet Equinox: chevrolet.com/upcoming-vehicles/2021-equinox

    Chevy’s bestselling 5-seater SUV Equinox is receiving a mild facelift which is intended to raise the sportiness bar for the model, plus introduce new safety features and expand the range with the fans’ favorite RS trim.
  • Source: https://youtu.be/FlgvOUdSpl8

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