The next few years will be exciting. We're currently experiencing the electric car assault and are witnessing an explosion of new electric pickup trucks. We're also witnessing the most supercar-like and hypercar debuts than ever before. That likely won't stop as we anticipate the next four years, and share most of the vehicles we're expecting to see in the near future, and possibly the year of 2026.The list of vehicles we're expecting to see is Viral Technologies broken down into three parts: Cars, SUVs, and trucks. Each section contains a myriad of brand new vehicles we anticipate to see in 2026, based upon the information we've seen and reported in spy shots or early teasers.How Much Will It Cost: $77,400 When We'll Look at It: 2021, Mid-MidEven though production has stalled in part due to the current pandemic, Lucid promises that its new Air electric car will go on sale this year. The base model is priced from $77,400 (before tax credits) and will come with the equivalent of 406 miles as well as an impressive 480 horsepower. There will be more versions available of Lucid Air will follow, including a range-stretching Dream Edition expected soon after with a price tag of $169,000 and improved performance and range.2022 Future Cars2022 Aston Martin VanquishWhat Does It Cost?$450,000 (est.)When Will It be In Stock:Late 2021Aston Martin has New Cars a slew of new vehicles that are in development. The first in the of the new line-up includes the DBX SUV, then a high-end supercar known as the Valkyrie following that, we'll be seeing the brand new Vanquish. Although it will be sporting an old name the 2022 Vanquish will be brand new with a mid-engine and will come with a manual transmission. Aston Martin hasn't provided any official pricing details, but expect the new Vanquish to be priced around $450,000 when new.2022 Cadillac EscalaHow Much Does It Cost:$200,000 (est.)When Will It Be Available:Early 2022Cadillac is planning to enhance its lineup to be a bit more luxurious with the introduction of the Escala car, which should be in production by the end of in 2021. Based on the concept that we saw in the year 2016, early reports suggested the Escala could be built on the current CT6 platform. However, instead, we are aware that the Escala will be entirely electric. Using the same electric platform as the Lyriq, the high-end EV may cost more than $200,000 when it's finished.2022 Chevrolet Corvette Z06How Much Does It Cost?$75,000 (est.)The Date It Will Be Its Release Date:Mid 2021It's only a matter minutes until Chevrolet unveils its new Corvette Z06. Our hope (based on reports from the past) is that this brand new Z06 is expected to be released around 2021's middle. If it ever does make its debut with the new version of the 'Vette could feature a flat-plane-crank DOHC V8 that revs up to 9,000 rpm, and generate 625 horsepower. A more-powerful ZR1 and even an electrified Corvette could be in the future down the line.2022 Honda Civic \/ Type RWhat is the cost: $22,000 (est.) or $38,000 (est. )When Will We Experience It? Early 2021 \/ Late 2021Photos have leaked of what is believed to be the new 2022 Honda Civic in the metal. The images show the refreshed look of the compact sedan and some additional information out back, most of the new styling elements borrowed from the eye-catching orange model we saw back in November. Based on leaks of CARB emissions filings, we know that both 1.5 as well as 2.0-liter engines will be used. The official production Civic is expected to debut in the coming months, with the Si Type R and Type R models following later this year.2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Latest CarsHow Much Will It Cost: $40,000 (est. )What Time Will We See It? Mid 2021Hyundai debuted the striking Ioniq 5 Electric just a few weeks ago. With a sleek design and a spacious, impressive cabin The Ioniq 5 is the first in what the company claims will be a complete line of sleek EVs that bear the Ioniq brand. The Ioniq 5 comes with 168 horsepower as a base model, but offers up to 232 hp in its range-topping specification. Hyundai estimates range at 298 miles per charge.