While it may seem like the wheels have come off the year 2020, there is still some hope to be found within the automobile industry.
With the aim of injecting some badly-needed aspiration to a year drowning in doom and gloom, we've compiled a list of the best new cars, ranging from affordable top-of-the-range models to the very best hypercars around.
So for all you gearheads looking for your next set of wheels, look no further as we've done the groundwork for you. Which one is your favourite? Do let us know.
1. Ford Mustang Mach-E
Special Features: Ford's first battery electric vehicle with styling that reflects the brand's classic Mustang design. High sophisticated technology at a more reasonable price makes this car a winner for 2020.
2. Jaguar F-Type
Special Features: The slimmest vehicle in the Jaguar range, this car is sleek and a little bit sexy. As ever, Jaguar are masters at making a luxurious and sophisticated vehicle. The F-Type has a 5.0 litre V8 575PS engine, meaning this car has the speed and the style, but not the impossible price tag.
3. Audi e-tron GT
Price: Rumoured to be more than £100,000
Special Features: This will be the top pure-electric model in Audi’s wheelhouse. Audi has claimed that the car's two electric motors develop a combined total of 582bhp and a 0-62mph time of approximately 3.5 seconds, giving it that supercar feeling.
4. Maserati Alfieri
Price: Estimated £108,000-£120,000
Special Features: The long-sculpted bonnet with the low nose is an automatic head turner, if the adorned grill and Maserati trident doesn’t do that itself. Details of this vehicle are still being kept under wraps, but we know it’s going to be worth the wait.
5. Aston Martin DBX
Special Features: Iconic family grill, the largest one yet, tells you this is an Aston Martin. 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 with 550hp and 700Nm of torque - this is the perfect cross between a sports car and an off-roader.
6. Ferrari Roma
Price: Estimated £180,000
Special Features: The new hardtop coupe boasts a V8 powered engine with over 600 horsepower. But this car is all about the styling. This sleek Italian stallion gets you where you need to go, and you’ll look good while doing it.
7. McLaren 765LT
Special Features: This longtail model of the previous 720s model is not only longer but also lighter and faster than its base car. The McLaren 765LT has a 0-62mph acceleration of 2.8 seconds.
8. Ferrari 812 Superfast
Special Features: Ferrari’s supercars are so in demand that they’ve added a new model, the 812 Superfast. Ferrari have outdone themselves by adapting its already awesome 12 cylinder and rear-wheel driven drive train, and the 812 now has new technology such as a virtual short wheelbase and electronic power assisted steering.
9. Lotus Evija
Price: Estimated £2 million
Special Features: This car has everything for all you hypercar fanatics. Said to generate a total output of 1972 horsepower and 1254 lb-ft of torque, it is also claimed to be the lightest EV hypercar ever; weighing just over 3700 pounds.
10. Mercedes AMG One
Price: Estimated over £2.1 million
Special Features: Powered by a 1.6 litre V6 hybrid engine and an eight-speed semi-automatic transmission, this car is the ultimate hybrid hypercar. This beauty can go from 0-60mph in 2.7 seconds and its top speed is said to be 217 mph.