The global car market sees many different models manufactured all over the world. The United States is considered to be one of the strongest automotive markets on the planet, and these are America’s best homemade cars of 2020.
Tesla Model S
The Tesla Model S is considered one of the most luxurious electric vehicles on the road. Its final assembly point is in Fremont, California, and the car has been credited with having an impressive driving range combined with fast acceleration. The Model S is the perfect example of what the stylish American-made car market of the future can look like.
Ford’s Mustang range is the gift that keeps on giving for the manufacturer. The Mustangs are assembled in Michigan with 2020 models available from $26,670. This affordable 310bhp machine has been a staple of the United States automotive industry for decades, and it’s still going strong.
As far as compact cars go, the 2020 Honda Civic is right up there with the best of them. Even though Honda is a Japanese car manufacturer, the Civic’s final assembly point is in Greensburg, Indiana. The 2020 Honda Civic represents great value for money with prices starting from $19,850, while drivers also have the option of sedan and coupe models.
The 2020 Toyota Camry represents one of the best mid-size cars on the market this year. They are assembled in Georgetown, Kentucky, and offer great safety features combined with excellent fuel efficiency. Drivers can get behind the wheel of a Toyota Camry for prices starting from $24,425 and can expect 203bhp from the 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine.
Although some of these homemade cars might not be classically American, they are still made in the USA. They set themselves apart from the competition thanks to their superior quality, which is what American-made cars are all about anyway, isn’t it?
Natalie Decker is Returning to NASCAR After Signing Secret Contract
Last week, people were hoping for Natalie Decker’s return to NASCAR for the 2021 season. However, as of this week, she is officially set to return after signing a secret contract and not releasing further detail.
Signing a New Contract
The 23-year-old NASCAR racer is from Eagle River, Wisconsin, and her plans to continue with NASCAR racing are set in stone for the upcoming 2021 season. Natalie Decker announced her return on Twitter, stating that she had signed a deal. However, she did not release any information regarding the agreement like the series, team, or any other detail.
All she stated was that the details regarding the contract would be coming soon. In the pictures she posted to Twitter, Natalie even went as far as blurring the signed documents entirely so that people couldn’t make out the details of her agreement.
Previous Seasons for Natalie Decker
Natalie Decker is coming fresh off of two back-to-back part-time seasons in the Truck Series. This includes a nineteen-race effort in 2019, where she was behind the wheel of a Toyota with #54 for DGR-Crosley and a thirteen-race effort in 2020 where she was behind the wheel of a Chevrolet with #44 for Niece Motorsports.
She ended up finishing in fifth place at the Daytona International Speedway for her career-high, back in February 2020. This was the highest finish for a female driver, ever, in the Truck Series. She’s also had eight other top 20 finishes with an average career finish of 23.8.
Natalie Decker has never competed in an Xfinity Series or Cup Series race; however, multiple fans believe the blurred logo on the papers in Decker’s photos seems to be the MBM Motorsports logo. MBM Motorsports fields cars in both series.
The 2021 NASCAR season is scheduled to start during the second weekend of February at the Daytona International Speedway.