Electrification and SUVs, along with performance-packed sports cars, will be the focus of the exotic and ultraluxury segment for the coming years.
Aston Martin will unveil its long-awaited DBX SUV by year end, joining the likes of Bentley, Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce. Ferrari is closer to its own SUV, the Purosangue, which is pegged as a 2022 entry, while it continues to roll out its latest and fastest performance cars.
McLaren, the lone holdout in the crossover/SUV wave, will soon add two nameplates at two distant points on the exotic pricing spectrum — the $210,000 GT and the multimillion-dollar Speedtail hypercar.
The next several months will be busy at Bentley, with the continued rollout of the redesigned Continental GT and new Bentayga variants arriving at U.S. dealerships.
Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce, which have benefited from adding SUVs, mostly carry on into 2020, though Lamborghini has updated its Huracan sports car and Rolls-Royce gets a redesigned Ghost sedan next year.