Some will be replaced by electric versions or SUVs, while others will disappear indefinitely
The sedan and coupe cars are in danger of extinction in the United States, due to the most recent changes and corporate decisions that have ended several models that were the best sellers for years.
A growing trend for SUV cars or crossover It is alarmingly altering the way in which car brands sold vehicles in the United States.
The models crossoverTherefore, they will replace the sedan and coupe cars in the coming years. In fact, Edmunds predicts that 1 in 2 cars in 2019 will be an SUV or a crossover.
The brands that have announced the most sedans retreats are the American ones, while the Asian ones have decided to continue betting on these models.
Here is a list of cars that will no longer return, according to company announcements.
The models that will disappear
Audi TT Coupé
The coupe began to be produced in 1988. Audi announced that the car would be replaced by some other electric model.
BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo, 6 Series Gran Turismo and 6 Series Gran Coupe
On this occasion, BMW decided to withdraw all three models and introduce other SUVs.
Buick Cascada and Lacrosse
Officially discontinued by 2020, although both sedans received a touch-up in their latest versions.
Cadillac CTS and XTS
The CTS will stop being manufactured in January, to give space to the CT5; while the XTS, launched in 2013, will be replaced by the STS and DTS models in October.
Chevrolet Cruze, Impala and Volt
The discontinuation of these cars was one of the saddest news of the year, as cars like the Cruze had been on the market for a little over a decade, Look: It's official: the Chevy Volt is no longer produced.
Ford Fiesta and Taurus
The Fiesta premiered in 2011, while the Taurus was launched in 1986. The Ford Taurus It became the best selling car in the United States during 1992 and 1996.
The car stopped producing this summer after 50 years.
Toyota Prius C
It will be replaced by the Toyota Corolla Hybrid 2020.
In Mexico, the last model was produced last month. Look: After two decades, Volkswagen terminates the production of Beetle in Mexico.
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