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Classic cars are not just limited to car shows anymore; in the past few years, vehicle companies have begun to rerelease beloved classic car models from past decades. Here are five cars that are jumping back into the market and seeing renewed demand. 

1. Jaguar XK-E

The Jaguar XK-E (known as the Jaguar E-Type outside North America) was a sleek, powerful sports car with the best exhaust clamps and catalytic converter. It was sold from 1961 to 1975, but in 2017, Jaguar revived the 1968 model with one major change — battery power. The Jaguar E-Type Zero still has the unmistakable dazzling exterior, but the powertrain is now 100% electric and releases zero emissions. If you have an original Jaguar XK-E but want the electric power, Jaguar also released reversible conversions for any XK-E model with a six-cylinder engine. 

2. Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer

From 1963 to 1993, the Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer were the quintessential SUVs. You will be able to drive in style once again as the revamped models are slated for release in 2021. The four-wheel-drive vehicles became symbols of luxury, and the same is expected for the new models. They will reportedly cost around $140,000 and be the latest competition for other high-end vehicles such as the Range Rover, Cadillac Escalade and Mercedes-Benz GLS.

3. Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

Fans who thought the 1965-1970 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 models had the greatest and fastest momentum will be changing their minds this fall. In only a few short months, you will be able to drive Ford’s 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 and experience its unparalleled speed and acceleration firsthand. Ford said in a press release that the 2020 version will be “the most powerful street-legal Ford ever” thanks to its 760-horsepower V8 engine that can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 3.5 seconds. 

4.  Toyota Supra 

This highly acclaimed sports car with the best exhaust hangers and high-performance muffler will make a grand return to the automobile scene in 2020. The manufacturing process has supposedly already begun, and the reimagined 2020 Supra will run on a three-liter straight-six engine outfitted with a turbocharge. You will also recognize the influence of the original Supra’s design and features in the new model. Unfortunately, Toyota has not released many specifics, but based on the prototype, Supra fans are in for a real treat. 

5. Ford Bronco

The Ford Bronco dominated the roads from 1965 to 1996, and after a nearly 25-year absence, the iconic car is scheduled to return in 2020. Ford has been pretty quiet about the details, but it did say that the SUV will resemble the original and embody the same ruggedness. The 2020 Bronco might be larger than the two-door Bronco of the late twentieth century, and it will have much more technology. However, Ford made it clear that the 2020 model will be drawn from the iconic original. 

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