Most Anticipated 2020 Sedans You Don’t Want to Miss

04:20 PM November 18, 2019

Sedans have always been and will continue to be one of the most favorite car types. With that in mind, we’ve put together this list of our most anticipated 2020 Sedans. From the 2020 Cadillac to Jaguar to Toyota, we made sure the best brands of 2020 were well represented.

2020 BMW 7 Series

The new grille on the BMW 7-series is quite over the top and a bit insufferable to look at.
The last time we saw such a large car grille was on the 1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass.
It was so huge it couldn’t fit on the front of the car and had to cut back into the hood.
Those ’70s Oldsmobiles were shining examples of the style, weren’t they?


2020 BMW 7 Series Pros:

It’s impressively fast, reasonably silent; driving experience similar to riding in a Rolls Royce.
Still, a bigger grille obviously can take in more air.
Picture the difference between drinking a soft drink with a straw and guzzling beer down your throat from an Oktoberfest stein.
The official reason for the changes to the V-8-powered 750i xDrive is a re-engineering from the crankcase up.

Then again, at least, the grille suggests an improved power in the 2020 car.
Other than the base six-cylinder 740i version, every 7s is now an all-wheel drive.

It’s not the 40 percent increase that the scale of the grille exemplifies, but has 523 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque, the new eight knocks out its forebear by 80 horses and 74 lb-ft.

2020 BMW 7 Series  Cons:

Driving a huge BMW already comes with side talk from people who see you in it.
This new 7 series further emphasizes the supposed import you are displaying.

The car could have done without it.
With all four Pirelli P Zeros—245/45R-20s up front and 275/35R-20s in back—prodding at take-off, the 750i xDrive test car hit 60 mph in 4.0 seconds flat and tripped the timing lights in the quarter-mile in 12.5 seconds at 113 mph.
Keep in mind, this is no sports car.

It is two-and-one-half tons of luxury sedan (4878 pounds to be precise).
Nonetheless, it executes a significantly good imitation of a sports car riding in a straight line.
Peak torque lasts from 1800 to 4600 RPM and factoring ZF’s excellent eight-speed automatic transmission support into the mix, the engine is highly unlikely to fall flat-footed.
BMW’s boosted V-8 also can be quite capable.


Regardless of averaging 18 mpg with us (2 mpg below its EPA joint estimate), it scored 29 mpg on the 75-mph highway fuel-economy test, a serious 4 mpg above its official highway mark.

2020 BMW 7 Series Plug-In Hybrid

The first confrontation with the revamped 7er additionally gave us a quick chance to drive the latest 745e plug-in hybrid.
The fire-powered half of a propulsion equation got amplified from the previous year’s four-cylinder to BMW’s smooth turbocharged 3.0-liter straight-six.

The slickest gas burner we’ve encountered, the BMW inline-six gives the best imitation of an electric motor of an internal-combustion engine available on the market now.
This gave it an effortless pairing with a real electric motor.

There’s some sound shift between electric and internal-combustion power, but nearly no extra vibration gets into the cabin when the six fires up.

A 12.0-kWh battery pack will give roughly 35 miles of EV range.
While engineers disclose that the accurate figure is above what they are able to legally declare.
Several countries have regulations that require automakers to state just as many miles as they can assure the battery pack will still offer after 10 years.

This means there’s some flexibility built into that number to cover the unavoidable battery degradation.
However, regarding the other sort of execution, the six-built hybrid system has gotten an increase of 67 horsepower and 73 lb-ft, summing up to 389 and 442, each.
This enhancement is a very welcoming one.

Classic BMW Performance

Looking at a BMW roster that frequently appears off-balance with a BMW we cherish and are familiar with, the 7-series maintains its position as a divergent car.
Then again, it executes the finest imitation of a Rolls Royce out of all cars not in/from Roll’s showroom.

Conversely, still, in no suspension area does it give the impression that blue-and-white roundel should be on the hood.
Even with the regular adaptive dampers and air springs at each of the four corners, no single chassis setting feels quite right.

Yet, the 750i xDrive did achieve 0.88 g of lateral grip on the skidpad.
So, if a person who wants to buy a 7-series actually desires a car that runs like an M3, they should just drive the M3 that day.
They could also just drive whatever else the car is in the garage rather than the six-figure costing sedan.

If they actually succeed in getting the 7’s fob from wherever place people who own tons of cars keep their many keys, the BMW is an indulging shell.
There is an enormous amount of room in the front and rear.

The Rear Executive Lounge Seating package is totally first-class, it even has a tray table that folds out of the center console.

The drinks are however not complimentary.
The top tech upgrades that come with this revamp are voice controls for the infotainment system – the default setting lets it answer “Hey BMW”, but it can be tailored to whichever name the owner desires.

Another upgrade is the industry’s newest but certainly not automated driving system.
It is known as Extended Traffic Jam Assistant.
It will drive the car for as long as you want on split highways at speeds less than 37 mph, provided the camera on the instrument panel can see that the driver’s eyes are focused on the road.

In addition, BMW’s ridiculous gesture-control system now responds to extra commands.
However, it still won’t allow you to program your desired individual gestures. Hopefully, that will be added soon.

So when can you purchase one of these 2020 7-series bad boys?
In a short time and sooner than you think.
The 750i xDrive begins at $103,645, while the hybrid begins at $96,545.
The modest 740i is $87,445 and the range-topping V-12–powered M760i costs $158,695.

2020 BMW 750i xDrive

front-engine, all-wheel-drive system, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan

twin-turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 32-valve V-8, aluminum block, and heads, direct fuel injection
268 cu in, 4,395 cc
523 hp @ 6,000 rpm
553 lb-ft @ 1,800 rpm

8-speed automatic with manual shifting mode

The suspension (F/R): multilink/multilink
Brakes (F/R): 14.7-in vented disc/14.6 inches vented disc
Tires: Pirelli P Zero PZ4 Runflat, F: 245/40R-20 99Y Extra Load ★ R: 275/35R-20 102Y Extra Load

Wheelbase: 126.4 in
Length: 207.4 in
Width: 74.9 in
Height: 58.2 in
Passenger volume: 115 cu ft
Trunk volume: 18 cu ft
Curb weight: 4878 lb

Zero to 60 mph: 4.0 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 9.6 sec
Zero to 120 mph: 14.0 sec
Rolling start, 5–60 mph: 5.2 sec
Top gear, 30–50 mph: 2.7 sec
Top gear, 50–70 mph: 3.2 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 12.5 sec @ 113 mph
Top speed (governor limited): 128 mph
Braking, 70–0 mph: 170 ft
Road holding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.88 g

Observed: 18 mpg
75-mph highway driving: 29 mpg
Highway range: 590 miles

Combined/city/highway: 20/17/25 mpg

2020 Cadillac CT6

Cadillac’s effort at beating its European competitors with this CT6 model is helped by the car’s top-tier tech features and lustrous designing.

Although, being smaller and less expensive than flagships from Mercedes and BMW, the CT6 can confidently hold it’s own against its strong rivals.

In the long run, this Cadillac model is bereft of the high-class workmanship and massive powertrains of its German rivals.

Cadillac still has to do quite a lot more to get back the position its company’s Standard of the World slogan stands for.
Nonetheless, the Cadillac CT6 rides impressively and operates more like a sports car than a limo.
It comes with four-and six-cylinder engines that are capable but average compared to the V-12s of several rivals.

Although it doesn’t have the impressiveness of its high-end competitors, it still gives classy style and singular driving dynamics.
Its affordable price is also a pro.

2020 Jaguar XE

If what you need is a high-style designed car that offers great driving pleasure, the Jaguar XE is your ride.
However, if you need a sensible civil car, look elsewhere.

The XE competes against cars such as the Audi4 and BMW 3-series and wins due to its athletic chassis.

Still, it is hampered in its winning by its difficult infotainment system and constrained back seat.

A huge array of powertrains includes a 180-hp diesel on one end and a 380-hp supercharged V-6 on the other.
Its on-road behavior shows it’s among one of the best driving sedans available.
For driving enthusiasts, this may be the sole thing that matters.

2020 Acura TLX

The 2020 Acura TLX is basically a cool collected sedan.
This is regardless of its irrefutably unique face as well as sporty upgrades.

Its comfortable ride and smooth on-road behavior are counterbalanced by sportier entry-luxury competitors.
Still, the TLX provides a number of wanted standard features and interesting choices, like rear-wheel steering and an all-wheel-drive system that truly enhances handling.

However, its cabin doesn’t have the wow factors but does have comfy seating and high-grade materials.
The Acura TLX might have lost its totally sporty characteristics; it is still a proficient, efficient and underappreciated sedan car.

2020 BMW M5

The M5 is a formidable ride from the BMW’s legendary M lineup.
This 2020 model provides authentic driver involvement, high-tech features as well as electronics.
It comes with a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V-8 with 600 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque, making the M5 super-fast.

The driving experience is amplified in this car with energetic and direct steering, a well-regulated ride and an epic cornering grip.

These features, however, do not hinder the M5 from functioning as a luxury sedan as well.
In Comfort mode, it rides sedately and the cabin is peacefully quiet.

The 2020 M5 comes with not only improved performance and distinctive exterior, but it also has a lovely interior with supple and comfortable sport seats as well.

The driving position is boosted for performance style driving.
BMW hasn’t yet switched to the complete touchscreen path most of its competitors have so adjusted the radio or air conditioning while driving causes minimal distraction.

In this model, BMW provides driver-assistance features like lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring and automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection as standard equipment.

2020 Maserati Quattroporte
2020 Sedans

The Maserati Quattroporte comes with two twin-turbo engines—a 404-hp 3.0-liter V-6 or a 523-hp 3.8-liter V-8. An eight-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive is standard; the Quattroporte S Q4 offers an all-wheel-drive with the V-6.

The Quattroporte also provides enthusiast drivers with a solid suspension, lively handling and well-weighted steering that’s both direct and responsive.

Very few sedans in this section can offer such features.

In the Quattroporte’s cabin, soft leather, Ermenegildo Zegna silk, real carbon fiber, genuine wood and nicely finished metal accents mix with cheaper plastic bits and switchgear.

However, the interior is spacious and rear-seat passengers have plenty of stretch-out room.
An exciting feature in this model is the 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
There are other features such as adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking and lane-keeping assist.

2020 Lincoln MKZ
2020 Sedans

The Lincoln MKZ is sleekly designed and offers prospective buyers an array of options.
The MKZ provides three distinct powertrains and numerous luxury options including a classy retractable glass roof.

There are two gas-engine options; there is also a Lincoln MKX hybrid.
The base engine is a 245-hp 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder that buyers would appreciate due to its good highway fuel economy and its easy power delivery.

The hybrid model is way less thrilling; it has a non-turbo four-cylinder, an electric motor and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).

The standard MKZ cabin is nicely done but nothing more spectacular than what you’d get in a high-end Fusion.
Improvements in the interior Reserve décor adds the classy features Lincoln is known for such as authentic wood trim, leather upholstery, soft interior lighting, a power-controlled trunk lid, power-modifiable steering column, and lit door ridge plates.

Across the range, an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system is standard and comes with Lincoln’s latest Sync 3 operating system and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Reserve models have integrated navigation and an extra two USB ports on the back of the center console for rear-seat passengers.
This sedan features an intelligent personal assistant, making driving super easy.

Lincoln offers basic driver-assistance features like blind-spot monitoring and automated emergency braking as standard.
Higher advanced features like adaptive cruise control and a self-parking feature are optional.

2020 Volvo S90
2020 Sedans

The 2020 Volvo S90 is a top-notch ride among the maker’s luxury sedan lineup.
It sets itself apart with its classy stylish interior, comfortable and spacious surroundings fit for commuting around town as well as long-distance travel.
This model is loaded with advanced driver-assistance features that keep Volvo’s safety reputation intact.

The car comes with double power trains, both of which are unconventional.
The T6 inline-four is both turbocharged and supercharged while the plug-in hybrid T8 adds extra power from the joint gasoline engine and electric motor and useful electric-only driving range.

The former T5 powertrain has been discontinued from the S90 range while a brand new R-Design package provides a sportier view to the large sedan.
This also means all S90s are all-wheel drive since the T5 used to be the only front-driver in the range.
The R-Design swaps exterior chrome for black trim, wears new front and rear designs and a number of other enhancements.

Keeping with all other 2020 Volvos, the 12.3-inch digital driver display is standard, haptic feedback now vibrates the steering when Pilot Assist partially self-directing driving mode deactivates (and you need to handle the steering again).
All T8 plug-in hybrid batteries are now bigger 11.6-kWh pack (up from 10.6), and auto braking is standard with cross-traffic alert technology.


2020 Toyota Corolla
2020 Sedans

The Corolla has always been a top choice for shrewd buyers due to its reputation for consistently affordable transportation.
The new 2020 Toyota Corolla aims to improve its status with showy styling in and out, more wanted features and better driving experience.

Obtainable as a sedan or hatchback, the 2020 Corolla has more charm than before but still does not quite replace the line-ups most popular.

Although the Corolla hatchback for 2019 was totally revamped by Toyota, the model with a trunk comes a year later as the brand new 2020 Corolla Sedan.

Apart from the newly improved external and internal look, for the first time, the Corolla lineup adds a hybrid model.

The two-body designs are also now created on Toyota’s New Global Architecture (TNGA), which supports the wildly popular Toyota Camry and the even more popular Toyota RAV4.

2020 Subaru Legacy
2020 Sedans

The 2020 Legacy shares its stage and powertrains with the 2020 Outback station wagon but drops the lifted suspension and weathered look for a more regal appearance.

It also features a standard 2.5-liter horizontally disparate four-cylinder engine which makes182 horsepower.
Touring XT, Limited XT, and Limited models have a 2.4-liter 260-hp turbocharged engine.

Compared to the 2019 model, this legacy has more passenger room.
This translates to better comfort for the passengers and driver.

Although its interior appearance is still quite drab, it is efficient and made of well-selected materials.
Cloth upholstery is standard, but high-end Limited and Touring models have leather.

Base models have a version of Subaru’s Starlink infotainment system that uses dual 7.0-inch displays.
The Premium model has the company’s latest 11.6-inch vertically oriented infotainment display that bears a similarity to the Volvo kind because of its shiny surround and tablet-like orientation.

All Legacy models have Subaru’s EyeSight suite of driver-assistance features, which includes adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking and lane-keeping assist.

2020 Chevrolet Malibu
2020 Sedans

Although it is a family sedan, the Chevrolet Malibu is both gorgeous and sporty.

It comes with two refined four-cylinder engines as well as a hybrid powertrain with a great fuel economy.
Its ride behavior and handling are above its rivals.

The Malibu provides an impressive infotainment system, many convenience features and loads of driver-assistance technologies.
However, the lower trims aren’t that great.

Base models have a version of Subaru’s Starlink infotainment system that uses dual 7.0-inch displays.
The Premium model features the company’s newest 11.6-inch vertically positioned infotainment display which bears quite the similarity to the Volvo kind because of its shiny surround and tablet-like orientation.

All Legacy models have Subaru’s EyeSight suite of driver-assistance features, which includes adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking and lane-keeping assist.

2020 Honda Insight
2020 Sedans

Honda is moving differently for this Insight Hybrid than its rivals with its gasoline-electric fuel sippers.
Instead of focusing on its green cred, Honda has made the Insight to be quite the traditional Sedan similar in nature to the Honda Civic.

Both cars have the same firm handling and easy ride.
The difference is the Insight has amazing mpg.

Its intricate hybrid drivetrain is mainly silent and inconspicuous.
The Insight also appears more high-end and mellow than the Civic.

In addition, the Insight rides on the same wheelbase as the Civic sedan but has distinct styling, a revised interior and a completely different setup beneath the hood that uses a gasoline engine with a pair of electric motors.

2020 Kia Optima Hybrid
2020 Sedans

The 2020 Kia Optima comes with appealing content and charming style but it has a hard time standing out among its more attractive counterparts.
The showy family sedan provides a mass of distinct engines and hybrid powertrains yet its performance and fuel economy are average.

The Kia has unparalleled powertrain warranty and great safety ratings, but it’s back seat is smaller than several competitors.
Also, the trunk space has been lessened in hybrid models.
On the other hand, it has a well-crafted interior and loads of standard driver-assistance technology.

All things considered, The 2020 Optima is an adequate choice option for families that want a standard sedan. will receive a commission on purchases made*

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