Even with next-day delivery, self-checkout and gigabit internet, certain things cannot be taken for granted. The trucks, cars and SUVs featured here aren’t going to be on dealer shelves for anything from one to a couple of years. Some are set to be put on the production line. Here Autogos team reviews upcoming feature ready midsize SUVs coming out in 2024.
Some haven’t even left the design studios yet. We’re revealing these vehicles now since these are the cars that will be the most important, regardless of the number of boring crossovers automakers make. They’re worth the wait.
The Top 5 Midsize SUVs Coming Out In 2024
1: 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV
Chevrolet plans to increase its EV lineup by 2024, with models like The 2024 Silverado EV as well as in 2023, the Chevy Blazer SUV as well as the Equinox EV.
According to Chevrolet they believe that the Equinox will be a budget small SUV that is functional and will cost approximately $30,000.
The Equinox is expected to be offered with RS or LT trims. We anticipate it to offer around 300 miles of range. In teaser videos from Chevrolet the EV comes with a smooth grille, tiny headlights with projectors as well as an electric charging port right in front of the driver’s door.
Based on Chevy’s Ultium platform it is believed that the Equinox is expected to require at least 250 horsepower to compete with the 266-hp Mustang Mach-E.
2: 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV
The vehicle is scheduled to be launched in 2023. The 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV is an update of the distinctive Hummer brand name.
This time, the off-roader is entirely electric and comes with an incredible power output, premium technology as well as four-wheel steering. GMC plans to introduce the SUV with four different versions that include that of the EV2, EV2X Edition 1, and EV3X.
The EV2 as well as the EV2X should arrive with a dual motor setup that can crank out 625 horsepower and 7,400 pounds of torque. However, the Edition 1 and the EV3X Edition 1 and Edition 1 should be equipped with three motors that will produce 830 horses and 11,500 lb-ft of torque.
3: 2024 Honda Prologue
The Prologue is scheduled to debut at the end of 2023 The Honda Prologue will be born from an partnership with Honda as well as GM.
General Motors will supply the battery and powertrain packages as well as, based on sketches released by Honda the SUV is similar in size as the Honda CR-V.
The specifics of the vehicle are a bit unclear but Honda confirmed that the Prologue’s style will focus on aerodynamics. The Prologue will lead Honda’s goal of transitioning to an entirely electric lineup by 2040.
4: Lucid Project Gravity
The Lucid Project Gravity is perhaps one of the most anticipated SUVs in the world. Although there aren’t many details on Lucid’s new model, we are certain that it will surely have plenty of space.
It’s the Lucid Space Concept, which uses a tiny battery pack and a miniaturized electric motor The SUV is able to accommodate seven people and will boast the highest frunk of any electric vehicle.
The company’s officials have suggested that the EV will have a driving distance of more than 400 miles and is one of the most efficient charging EVs. While it was originally scheduled to be launched in the second half of 2023 due to logistical issues, delays caused delays in production to the first quarter of 2024.
5: Porsche Macan EV
Porsche has announced that the model it has sold the most since 2016 The Porsche Macan will be available in electric form however, gearheads will need to wait a bit before getting an experience of the luxurious crossover.
Based on all the reports it appears that the EV will share many features with its gas-powered counterpart. We are expecting minor changes, like sleeker headlights and an EV-inspired grille.
Porsche will likely use the same charging system of 800-volts that is used in the Taycan Electric Vehicle, however, we’re expecting more than the 227 miles of the Taycan provides.
6: Does Acura have a full-size SUV?
The RDX is our crossover SUV that can comfortably accommodate 5 adults. It has been restyled to reflect the futuristic future of Acura cars It features a sporty look and a cabin that is driver-centric, innovative technology, and impressive performance capabilities.
Why are so many people buying SUVs?
In the present, because of the massive increase in demand that SUVs have seen, they are priced at a similar level to sedans. Lower cost, off-roading capabilities and a higher level of comfort, more capacity for trunks, plus more security have all contributed to the demand for SUVs.
What is the most powerful mid size SUV?
- Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR – 575 Horsepower
- Mercedes-AMG G63 – 577 Horsepower
- Maserati Levante Trofeo – 590 Horsepower
- Audi RS Q8 – 591 Horsepower
- Rolls-Royce Cullinan – 600 Horsepower
- Mercedes-AMG GLE63 S – 603 Horsepower
- Mercedes-AMG GLS63 S – 603 Horsepower