1. Land Rover DefenderLand Rover Defender 2020: This year’s most awaited car, the Land Rover Defender made its appearance at the show. Soon to be available in three-door & five-door versions, the Defender uses an aluminum unibody just like the new Range Rover. The brand says that this is the strongest structure they’ve ever made, allowing for some insane offroading opportunities. The interiors have become significantly spacious, and wheel sizes have increased to 22 inches.
  2. Porsche TaycanPorsche Taycan: The German manufacturer unveiled its first-ever fully electric car. Touted as Tesla’s direct competitor, the Taycan is the company’s first step into the world of EVs. Taycan has zero carbon emissions — it focuses on sustainability without compromising on power. Available in versions Turbo & Turbo S, it is already in production and will start sales later this year. Read more about the Taycan here.
  3. Volkswagen ID.3Volkswagen ID.3: To Volkswagen, this all-electric car is of as much significance as its iconic Golf and Beetle. The first of the company’s ID series, its concept was first released at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. It has a range of up to 550 km, meaning it can be driven for an entire week without recharging. The interiors are about the same size as the Golf, but are more tech-friendly, with a 10-inch mounted infotainment center reducing the need for dials & buttons.
  4. Hyundai i10 2020Hyundai i10 2020: The 2020 Hyundai i10 turned heads at the show this year. Featuring wireless charging, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and remote access to certain car functions like climate control. The exterior has a two-toned color scheme, making it look sportier than its predecessor. As for the interior, the vehicle features honeycomb texture, along with the option to choose from one of four color combinations.
  5. Lamborghini SianLamborghini Sian: This limited edition Sian is the Italian manufacturer’s first-ever hybrid vehicle. Only 63 units have been produced, of which all have been sold. Utilizing a combination of a 6.5-liter V12 engine & a 48-volt electric motor, the automobile produces 808 bhp. Based on the Aventador, Sian is one of the company’s most powerful cars.