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New cars 2019 welcome to the true New Year

With the New Cars list 2019, we welcome you to the real New Year of the industry

And before you think that this is a mistake, we are talking about the models that will debut throughout 2019.

That’s right, the automotive industry never stops and although today is only the second month of 2019, the plans for 2020, 2021 and beyond are underway within all brands. In fact, engineers, designers and new product planning managers work almost five years in advance, due to the complexity of producing a totally new car or redesigning existing ones to include new technologies. This report includes some models that have already been presented in the different Auto Shows of the world or will debut in the next months for its sale in 2019.

We also include that they have been discovered in tests in public streets and some about which rumors are insistent and as in the car industry there are fewer and fewer secrets, it is likely that there is a lot of truth in each of these rumors. As of the second week of January, at the Auto Show, we will begin to see more new 2019 cars on pricemycar.com.au and those that still appear for now as prototypes will surely be confirmed.

If you wonder where to check all the new 2019 cars, you’re in the right place. Here we will put all the releases and developments throughout the year, and that is that the automotive world does not stop. For now there are many new cars confirmed for 2019, although throughout the year other versions will appear that remain (for now) in secret.

This year in the writing of Topgear we dare to anticipate an important advance of the hybrids: for example, the Toyota Corolla will come only with this type of propulsion and also have two power steps. But not only that. In this running year will appear what are probably the best hybrid cars to date, and is that advances in technology make them fully usable models.

Traffic restrictions in large cities due to pollution are also noticeable. Now everyone needs to check pricemycar.com.au, which will be able to guarantee their mobility. Therefore, electric cars are going to gain ground: you just have to see that very serious and traditional brands are rushing to launch electric models: the new Mercedes EQC is a good example of this, but it will not be easy with the arrival of other contenders like the Audi eTron or the already existing Jaguar I-Pace.

But not everything will be electricity among all the new cars that will arrive in 2019. This year, let it be known, they will start selling sports cars of the usual: the new Porsche 911 of 2019 is an example of that. But we should not forget the new Toyota Supra. It is undoubtedly a great moment for a brand that should not take too many false steps this year.

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