(PRWEB) July 25, 2012
According to the "Car Wars" study issued by Bank of America and Merrill Lynch, the annual product analysis has indicated that even though it is only halfway through 2012, prospects for new autos for consumers in during 2013-2016 will be more plentiful than the 2012 new cars.
There are anticipated to be 105 brand new car models and trucks which will include new nameplates. In contrast to the 2012 new cars, there will be many complete redesigns of quite a few of the more popular cars formerly available.
In fact, the 2012 new cars cannot compare to many of the vehicle choices on display and available at dealerships that are ready to be ordered right now.
2012 new cars for shoppers included some of the more traditional fare, with a smattering of hybrids and eco-friendly options. For 2013, models include at least 18 new model year autos, many of which have already arrived in car dealer’s show rooms.
GM, in particular, fresh off its bankruptcy, has come back in full force, with developments that include a dramatic new replacement lineup to include redesigns of:
*GMC Sierra pickups
*GMC derivative SUVs
*GMC Terrain compacts and SUVs
*Full sized, classic Impala
U.S. auto makers are leading the charge, but will most likely still continue to share with the Asian and European markets. Korean and Japanese auto makers may have decidedly lower than average replacement cars for the 2013-16 years, similar to what occurred with their 2012 new cars.
Some of the new vehicle options are reported to include:
Kia and Hyundai enjoyed strong product launches for their 2012 new cars. However, the coming years are expected to be a bit more challenging for Korean auto makers. It is believed by auto industry experts that circumstances have demonstrated that a strong decrease in market share will occur over the next several years.
In addition, in line with the former 2012 new cars, some of the redesigned models for 2013 will include old favorites such as:
The scope and variety of the new model 2013 autos that have started to create a buzz among car aficionados has proven to be both entertaining, and at the same time, educational. The crop of 2012 new cars did produce a great many interesting options, however, in contrast to 2013, new car shoppers are promised to have a very interesting year. The advent of all the new types of cars could have something to do with the emphasis on environmental sustainability, when it comes to the following vehicles:
*Tiny new microcars
*Sensible mid sized sedans
*Low fuel hybrids
With the economy on the upswing, there are still a number of other lavish personal transportation options, such as:
*Family style cruisers
*Full sized luxury cars
*Exotic inspired sports cars
Ford is expected to have a much anticipated high replacement rate on its cars, as well. Projections are that the automaker will include a redesigned Ford F-Series pickup in its lineup, which will be a stark contrast to the 2012 new cars that were offered.
Chrysler initiated a product make over for its 2012 new cars. Beginning with 2013, the new product surge will reportedly include many of the designs from 2012 that were not released, as they were not yet ready. However, the auto maker is still expected to have a slightly below level launch of newer car designs in the next few years. Chrysler is still expected to launch an array of new crossover vehicles, such the:
*Car based Jeep Liberty
*Small and midsize Fiat based cars
All in all, while the 2012 new cars included some interesting new offerings, car buyers can expect to see many new developments from the auto industry to consider in the next few years.
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