Can You Guess the Name of This Redesigned 2020 Vehicle?

These vehicles have been around for a long time, but they're as fresh as can be for the 2020 model year, as each benefits from a complete redesign. Can you name these familiar models in their all-new form?

Although it retains the overall look of last year's model, this family sedan is new from the ground up.

The Subaru Legacy rides on an all-new platform for 2020. New features include a vertically-oriented 11.6-inch touchscreen and an optional turbocharged engine. Most important to Subaru fans, all-wheel drive remains standard.

This family favorite features a roomier interior and greater pulling power.

The Ford Explorer moves to a rear-drive platform that permits more room in back and a towing capacity of 5,600 pounds. All-wheel drive can be added for all-weather capability.

This compact is no longer the cheapest car in America, and that's a good thing.

The Nissan Versa is now light years ahead of its humble predecessors in technology, style, and refinement.

Buyers have always flocked to this car, and now they have even more to love.

The Toyota Corolla gains charismatic styling and impressive interior duds, not to mention an optional 2.0-liter engine for sprightly performance.

One look at this new design proves that mass-market sedans don't have to be dowdy.

The Hyundai Sonata adapts a longer wheelbase, husky stance, and coupe-like roofline. The result is a departure from anything else in its class.

This pickup delivers a 52% increase in towing capacity this year.

The GMC Sierra HD has moved to General Motors' latest full-size pickup platform, giving it more interior room and the ability to tow an incredible 35,500 pounds.

This midsize sedan is trying harder to stand out from the crowd and win more customers.

The VW Passat sports a bolder grille and smoother profile, along with numerous interior upgrades.

Changes for this redesigned model include a new V8 engine, a new instrument cluster, a larger grille, slimmed down headlights, and more muscular fenders.

BMW's prestige sedan, the 7-Series, strengthens its youth appeal with bold and aggressive styling, highlighted by the tallest twin-kidney grille we've ever seen from the brand. New convenience and connectivity features complete the thorough update.

This three-row crossover is slightly longer to increase cargo capacity and gets a new 8-inch touchscreen as standard.

The revamped Highlander features more room in the second and third rows. Plus, the hybrid variant now gets 36 miles per gallon combined, which is a seven mpg increase over the outgoing model.

Here's one sports car that can now hustle from 0 to 60 mph in under three seconds.

The first mid-engine Chevy Corvette ever relies on tried-and-true V8 power to achieve supercar performance.

Can You Guess the Name of This Redesigned 2020 Vehicle?


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