Last year was full of new car debuts, which means there’s a lot to be excited about this year. Now you choose which ones you’re looking forward to the most.
Last year was full of new-car debuts, which included rebirths of rivalries—and some new ones—and everything from electric pickups to rear-wheel-drive sports cars with manual transmissions (#SavetheManuals). We can’t wait to get behind the wheel of each and every one of them, but what we want to know is, which cars are you most excited about?
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