My Favorite Vehicles of 2020

Some will look at it from the lens of the global headlines. Headlines not worth repeating for the sake of keeping us in good spirits. Some will look at the overall challenge of navigating a year full of curve balls and emotional rollercoasters.

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In the meantime, the automotive retail business has been working overtime to reinvent itself. They are hungry for inventory, while production is ramping up under safer conditions along the assembly lines. Used cars are becoming scarce, with some auction facilities laying off personnel. However, the rental car companies are trying to reduce excess fleet in the pall of financial issues due to a reduction in travel.

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In a classical sense, I view a flagship as their largest, most expensive, and opulent of the marque. Usually, that means a four-door sedan that is often called a limousine in other parts of the world. Examples of these cars are quite well-known, such as the Rolls-Royce Phantom, Bentley Mulsanne, Mercedes-Maybach S-Class, Maserati Quattroporte, and, even, the Lexus LS.

My Thoughts Exactly: 2020 Genesis G70

All eyes were on this premium sports compact sedan from Hyundai’s luxury brand. The Genesis G70 was snagging every award available. Motor Trend gave it their prestigious Car of The Year while the jury of journalists followed it up with their North American Car of The Year.

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