Cars designs come and go. Changes and improvements are always being made. However, sometimes automakers will bring back discontinued models. USATODAY predicts there will be five models to return to the market by 2020. Here are those predictions:
Ford Broncos first hit the scene in 1965 in efforts to compete with forerunners Jeep created. Ford Broncos were two-door SUVs, however, sources claim the model will not be two-door. Despite that fact, "the spirit of the original" is being kept in the new creation of Ford's SUV. The new Bronco is set to appear in late 2019 or early 2020.
General Motors is planning to create a "midsize crossover SUV" and USATODAY believes this creation could be the new and improved Chevrolet Blazer.
The Blazer shared similar characteristics with the Ford Bronco in that it was also a two-door vehicle designed to compete with the Jeep. The new Blazer will most likely be a more family oriented vehicle, created for hauling.
The sleek looking vehicle was created in the early nineties. People have enjoyed collecting this discontinued model, but BMW said a new version may be coming soon.
The executive of the Jeep brand, Mike Manley, has claimed the Wagoneer will make a reappearance. Jeep will create two models: the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer. The two designs are likely to resemble large SUVs frames. These cars will be here by 2019 or 2020.
The original Buick Riviera was released in 1963. Although General Motors has made no comment on recreating the Riviera, a 2013 car show in China revealed a Buick car "riffing" off of the Riviera's style.
USATODAY believes GM could and should revive this classic car. Buick is extremely popular in China, and Buick needs a "dramatically styled vehicle that draws lots of attention."
GM is developing more eletric cars. The name "Riviera" would sound good on an electric car model and used to compete with Tesla.
However, will Buick ever recreate the iconic Riviera? No one knows for sure.
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