As we cruise into the holiday season, fall colors are all around us and excitement is in the air. With the coolest 2020 models already on the road, our team here at Caliber Collision has compiled a list of our favorite new cars and the autumn-toned alternatives available.
Toyota 2020 GR Supra:
After its 21-year hiatus, the Toyota Supra is back and the hype around its return is real. The model boasts a BMW 3-litre turbocharged inline-six engine and packs a whole lot of punch. This autumn, drivers can coordinate their ride with the falling leaves in a Nitro Yellow or Renaissance Red 2.0 exterior.
Car and Driver Review:
Likes: Smooth and powerful inline-six, well-matched automatic transmission, a blast to drive on road or track
Dislikes: Manual transmission is missing, inconsistent launch-control engagement
2020 Range Rover Evoque:
Ranked #6 in Luxury Subcompact SUVs, the 2020 Range Rover Evoque is equipped with ADAS safety technology, off-roading capabilities and a price tag starting at $42,650. For a seasonal stylish ride, check out the Firenze Red finish and Deep Garnet leather.
Car and Driver Review:
Likes: Smooth-running turbo engine, cool pop-up rotary shifter, feels more substantial than the competition
Dislikes: Firm ride, mediocre braking performance
Porsche 2020 Cayenne Coupe:
With 335 horsepower, 150 mph top track speed and five different models ranging from $75,300 to $164,400, the new Cayenne Coupe is showstopping in its own right. For a fall-ish finish, check out the Mahogany Metallic—a blend of brown and purple hues.
Pros: Choice of powerful engines, dynamic handling, easy-to-use Porsche Communication Management infotainment system, luxurious cabin
Cons: Pricier than rivals, small cargo area, no Android auto-compatibility, doesn’t come in a three-row version
Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV:
LED ambient lights, advanced ADAS safety features, smartphone connectivity and 416 horsepower are just a few of the features that make G-Wagon fans and car lovers alike excited about the new 2020 G-Class SUV models. And with 24 color options including Mystic Brown, Cardinal Red, Desert Sand and Dakota Brown, coordinating your ride with the cornucopia of fall colors has never been easier.
Likes: Commitment to traditional design, crazy horsepower, luxurious interior design
Dislikes: Price tag, lacking the most modern internal technology, lack of road-stability
2020 Chevy Silverado 1500:
Who says a pickup truck can’t match its exterior with the equinox? The Chevy Silverado 1500 offers eight trim options, 12 standard tie downs and 12,100 pounds of towing capacity. In addition to its force and exterior options, the new truck model offers the latest technology, camera views and even a mobile app. This season, you can head into the holidays in style, bundling up your truck in a warm coat of Cajun Red or Havana Brown paint.
Pros: Several available powertrains for various towing and hauling needs, excellent rear legroom, in-bed tie-down points and massive bed capacity, new touchscreen display is attractive and easy to use
Cons: Interior design and cabin controls look dated, rides rougher than primary rivals, quality of some cabin materials is subpar, extra-large center stack takes up lots of cabin space
Though the leaves may be falling, we’re raking up the style points here at Caliber Collision. With the newest rides on the road, there are endless opportunities to add some fall spice to your car’s exterior. However, just because spooky season has ended, doesn’t mean accidents are any less scary. If you find yourself on an unexpected autumn detour, remember that Caliber is here—Restoring the Rhythm of Your Life.®