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Future Cars & SUVs Worth Waiting For 2024-2028

If you want to see what cars and SUVs will look like in a couple or even a few more years, we have you covered. GM is making MAJOR changes with its legendary muscle cars and ending the production of an iconic member of its fleet.

Some vehicles are going to evolve slowly, while other models are going to be way, way out of this world. There is going to be a huge influx of electric vehicles. Look for a twist on the SUV Lincoln is coming out with a vehicle that doesn’t even have a steering wheel! Cadillac is coming with an amazing sedan, that’s longer than its Escalade!

Thanks to all of the automakers, Car And Driver, Brian Mello, and Alex with SupercarBlondie for highlighting some of these incredibly designed vehicles. They are certainly worth waiting for! We have a nice preview of a few new makes and models, plus fabulous concepts and autonomous cars and trucks from 2024 and beyond.


This ninth-generation Toyota Camry is expected to debut in late 2023 and go on sale next year. After 43 years in production in its home market of Japan, the midsized sedan is America’s best-selling car and if anything, it’s getting a new lease on life with bigtime updates.

The redesigned silhouette appears slightly sleeker towards the back, with sharper lines on the nose and toned fenders, bringing it into the mid-2020s. The headlights and bumper intakes, as will the slimmer taillights, may mirror those found in the new Crown series.

2024 Dodge Charger EV Banshee

2024 Dodge Charger Daytona SRT

2025 Cadillac Celestiq

The new EV lineup began with the 2023 Lyriq SUV. From there Cadillac with launch a flagship sedan called the Celestiq. Its dramatic design will leave you in awe. It will have an all-wheel-drive electric drivetrain and a driving range of over 300 miles.

2525/2026 HONDA ACCORD

The 11th generation of the legendary sedan has just arrived and once again, we can say that Honda engineers killed it with an excellent mid-size sedan. The new generation is updated and very high-tech. It comes with the base 1.5-liter turbo-four and the new hybrid powertrain. The new Accord is set to arrive in mid-2024 with a starting price of around 28.000 dollars.

2024 Chevy Camaro ZL1
Chevy announced production of the legendary muscle car will end in January 2024.
If that breaks your heart, you are not alone. It comes with a 650-hp supercharged pushrod V-8 taken from the C7 Corvette Z06. Rear-wheel drive is standard, but the ZL1 and Zanier ZL1 1LE both offer either a six-speed manual or 10-speed automatic transmission.

The convertible is available with either information, only the ZL1 coupe is eligible for the 1LE track performance package that adds an adjustable suspension, extreme performance tires, and carbon fiber goodies—and WITH NO REAR SEATS.

2025 Camero SUV

The Camaro SUV will be an entirely new product, likely one of the 30 models that GM has said it plans to roll out by 2025. As such, we expect it to enter the market for the 2025 model year and carry on the essence of the iconic Camaro coupe, which will likely reach its conclusion after the 2024 model year.

Corvette is expanding and will soon include—gasp!—a performance SUV. GM’s superstar muscle car/suv will look a little something like this. Engine choices should range from a turbocharged four-cylinder on the low end up to a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 in the top Z0-something performance model. We expect Chevy to reveal this controversial vehicle later this year.

2024 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon



2025 Chevy Silverado V8

2525 GMC Sierra 1500

2025 Apple iCar

2026 Toyota’s


New Lincoln Model L100 (NO IDEA WHAT YEAR)

Audi Skysphere

Mercedes Vision ATVR

Buik Wildcat EV

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