By now, you’ve heard that Chevy and GM are developing a new SUV, and that Ford and Jeep are also making some of their own.
But how many of the world’s largest carmakers are building cars?
We asked our experts to list all the cars currently under development.
Here’s what they had to say: Ford is building a crossover SUV and a crossover sedan.
Ford says that it will have two models: a midsize crossover SUV with an engine of about 4.5 liters and a midsized crossover SUV in the same family.
Both will have a diesel engine.
The new SUV will be able to go 300 miles on a single charge.
The two-seater crossover will have four seating options.
The crossover SUV will have “roomy enough space for two people,” Ford says.
It will be available with a starting price of $31,990 and go on sale in 2021.
GM says it’s building a new compact SUV, which it calls the Fusion.
GM will offer two versions: a small compact SUV with a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine, and a large compact SUV that will be a 1,6-litre four-cylinder.
It has four seating spots, but it can go 300-plus miles on just one charge.
GM said that it would offer a “slim and elegant look” to the new vehicle, but said it would make “significant changes” to its current vehicle.
GM’s small compact crossover SUV is set to debut in 2021, while the Fusion will launch in 2022.
The first vehicles will be the small compact SUVs and the large crossover SUV.
The Fusion will be sold in both the US and Canada.
Volkswagen is building the first-ever midsize diesel vehicle, the Golf.
It’ll have a 1-liter diesel engine, the company says.
The Golf will be offered in both a regular and turbocharged configuration.
The company is also making a small crossover SUV called the Golf XE.
It’s set to launch in 2021 and be offered with four seating positions, including a four-door hatchback.
Audi is building an electric sports car called the A3.
It comes with a battery pack that can store 10 times more energy than the average gasoline car, and the company is planning to launch a hybrid version of the car in 2021 as well.
Tesla has built a new electric car, the Model 3, but will be limited to its existing lineup of electric cars.
It launched the Model S sedan in 2017 and the Model X crossover SUV a few months later.
Porsche is building and selling a new supermini.
The brand said that its supermini SUV will start rolling out in 2021 with a range of more than 100 miles.
The car has a new battery that can charge the vehicle up to 600 miles, and it will be built in a “high-tech, highly efficient and environmentally friendly production facility,” the company said.
Ford is making an all-electric sports car, called the XC90.
It was unveiled in 2017, and is set for a 2019 debut.
It packs a 350-horsepower electric motor in a turbocharged 1.7-liter inline four-stroke, which is the same as the one in the XS sedan, which has a range range of up to 200 miles.
Tesla is developing an electric crossover SUV, called Model 3.
It is set at a range between 120 and 160 miles on one charge, and Tesla says that the new SUV has a top speed of 100 mph.
Volkswagen has been making an electric car called a Golf.
The vehicle will be introduced in 2021 for around $31 million, and will have seating for eight people, as well as a “lack of an open floor area and minimal interior space.”
Ford has been building a midsizer crossover SUV dubbed the Fusion S. The SUV will come in two versions, with a 3.7 liter turbocharged V6 engine in the midsize segment, and an electric powertrain in the larger segment.
The midsize SUV will include two seats, and both will have room for two passengers.
Ford said that the company will make “no changes” in the crossover SUV’s architecture.
GM has a midsizing crossover SUV that is set on a road trip and then launches the XE SUV.
It gets to 60 mph in less than three seconds.
It can go as fast as 100 miles on the highway.
GM is making a new midsize hatchback called the Fusion G. It launches in 2021 in both regular and sport versions.
It looks like it will come with two seats and will be priced at around $30,000.