New cars by 2018: What will come soon?

In 2017, a work was thought rich year for cars? There is a whole range of exciting new models of the participants in each major segment, and an ever-growing band of SUVs ready to come throughout 2018, on the market.

Here is your one-stop-shop for keeping up-to-date with what is coming, if, in the Auto industry.

February 2018

March 2018

April 2018

May 2018

The summer of 2018

The autumn of 2018

Winter 2018
New cars Coming in 2018:
February
Aston Martin Zagato Speedster

Retro-inspired Zagato creation is only 28 units and a price of just under £1 Million per piece.
Audi RS4 Avant

Still 444bhp, but a 125bhp torque-boost makes the difference in everyday life.
Audi A7

Tech and refinement upgrades in the interior, and a radical new look on the outside, this is something that can be a starting point for Audi.
BMW i3 facelift

Facelifted i3 has tested a range of between 146 and 158 miles. There is a hot version also…
BMW i3S

…which gets sportier look, 10mm lowered suspension and 181bhp.

DS 7 cross back

The first premium French SUV will fight the BMW X3, Audi Q5 and Mercedes-Benz GLC. Hybrid will come in the following year.
Ford Fiesta ST

Ford handling hero returns, this time with a three-cylinder 1.5-Liter engine, matching the output of the previous ST200 range-topper.
Jeep Compass

Yes, another Nissan Qashqai rival. Jeep effort aims to appease to car those with a greater desire off-road.
Lamborghini Aventador’s Roadster

Drop-top supercar packs now 730bhp with a top speed of 217mph. 3.0 sec dead to 62mph.


Lexus CT facelift

Aging of the BMW 1 series and Mercedes-Benz A-class rival gets an update. Is small SUV replaced by the UX.
Lexus NX update

Travel improvements and styling tweaks for Lexus’ bestseller. Another competitor to the BMW X3, Audi Q5 and Mercedes-Benz GLC.
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

A car that is at least partially charged with a Mitsubishi turnaround. Head-turning looks and pricing in line with competitors.
Subaru Impreza

High safety ratings and the four-wheel-drive for Subaru latest Ford Focus rival. Four-cylinder-boxer.
Volkswagen Up GTI

Volkswagen pocket rocket goes back to the Lupo GTI and the Golf Mk1 GTI. It is the last car in the GTI series.


March
Audi S7

Hot four-door coupe version of the A7.
Bentley Continental GT

The third generation of Conti gets a sharper ride and more luxury.
BMW M5

New four-wheel-drive, and with 592bhp on tap. It’s the fastest dam is not now accelerating the end of BMW.
BMW X2

Funky little SUV is a badge for younger buyers with style and C-pillar.


Ford Ecosport facelift

Ford aims to improve a gap in his armor with the model year 2018 Ecosport. Improved interior and a new face, mark of the earlier cars.
Ford Mustang facelift

Comprehensively updated Mustang gets a boost in efficiency, and a cut in power for the four-cylinder model. The power remains the same, but still.
Honda Civic diesel

Honda is bucking the trend of the introduction of a diesel in uncertain climes for oil burners. Should be one of the most economical of the lot.
Honda Jazz facelift

Gets meaner styling and a 1.5-Liter engine that comes in the hot new Jazz sports.
Lamborghini Urus

641bhp super-SUV takes just 3.6 sec to reach 62mph, is the first of a new Generation of mud-plugger.


Lister Thunder

208mph, 666bhp F-Type sports car will be unveiled in January.
Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupé/Cabriolet

Now a 4.0-Liter V8 instead of the 5.5-Liter, but with more power, and the same impeccable refinement.
MG 3 facelift

Supermini is updated, outdoor -, and a revised interior.
Subaru XV

Security-conscious small sellers based on an all-new Subaru platform.
Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sports/Sports Tourer GSi

Range-topping Insignia VXR-sell spare in relatively small numbers, but has the pace to his side.
Volvo XC40

Volvo’s Range Rover Evoque rival will be available to buy or via subscription service. Already one of the best premium small SUVs on the market.


April
Audi A6

Prolog-inspired A6 face is always harder competition from the executive car segment.
Citroën C4 Cactus

Citroën gets much-vaunted Progressive Hydraulic cushion suspension, but loses the property Airbumps in the original.
Ferrari Portofino

Folding Hardtop convertible, powered by a 3,9-litre 592bhp V8 engine, the Italian company says it will accelerate him from 0-62mph in 3.5 seconds.
Ferrari FXX K Evo

More aero-honed FXX-K 830kg is now producing a total output on the car’s top speed.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

697bhp and 645lb ft of torque at 4800rpm met great SUV for all-American performance cars.


Mitsubishi Shogun Sport

Huge mud-plugging SUV is the only direct competitor to the Toyota Land Cruiser.
Morgan Aero GT

8-unit lead-especially on the Aero 8 is shown in Geneva.
Morgan Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition

50-units of the production run, Plus 8 close, the brand moves away from the 4.8-Liter BMW V8 engine. Another is revealed in Geneva.
Porsche Cayenne

Porsche saver SUV in the third generation. Porsche says it’s more like the 911 than ever before.
Renault Mégane RS

276bhp from Renault to beat the world, hot hatch behind competitors, but the rear-wheel steering should make up for it where it counts the most.
Volkswagen Touareg

The father of the Volkswagen SUV range in the markets in which the Atlas is still something you look at in geography lessons. It is four-wheel-drive as standard, and greater efficiency.


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Alpine A110

Renault is gunning for the Porsche Cayenne with the Alpine A110. It is mid-engine, lightweight construction, and promises to deal with verve by the bucketload.
Aston Martin DB11 Volante

Drop-top-DB11-V8-only, as sharp-handling as possible.
Audi Q8

Very large, dramatically styled SUV will sit on the Audi SUV range, based on the Q7. SQ8 version to follow.
BMW 2-series Active Tourer facelift

BMW’s first ever MPV reaches half way through its first generation, in a segment, all but wiped out by the SUV segment.
BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer facelift

Slghtly larger Ultimate Driving MPV receipt of the nip and tuck, after the rest of the series 2′ tweaks.
BMW M3 CS

3.9-sec-62mph M3 fastest quick little Salon is a BMW; only 1200 are being built.


Mercedes-Benz A-Class

The replacement for Britain’s best-selling premium-hatchback will be unveiled at the Geneva auto salon. S-class-tech trickle-down.
MG 6

Mazda 6 as MG 6 has already been unveiled in China with a ZS-appearance and vastly improved interior.
Suzuki Swift Sport

Feathered 970kg unladen weight and 138bhp combine to keep the Swift Sport is a cult hit handling star.
Volkswagen Polo GTI

Suddenly, as the Polo GTI, a Ford Fiesta ST rival. More mini-Golf than ever before, and that’s not a bad thing at all.


The summer of 2018
Aston Martin Vantage

New baby Aston gets the AMG 4.0-litre V8-power in the amount of 503bhp. A number of cars to the redesign of the Aston in a large beat-luxury brand.
Audi Q3

Audi X1 rival, gets the new family face grafted on the front, more tech on the inside, and an increase in the size, to distinguish it from the Q2.
Audi A6 Avant

Real estate are a dying segment elsewhere in the market, but the A6 Avant to trump together with their rivals to further their sedan counterparts.
Bentley Bentayga PHEV

3.0-litre petrol-electric hybrid is Bentley model is also the first electrified. Same powertrain, together with a Continental GT variant.


BMW X4

X3-based SUV-coupe shifts after only four years, with the advent of the new X3.
BMW i8 facelift

Updated hybrid supercar 369bhp now, thanks to an upgraded electric Motor. Get it while you can – there is no guarantee on a replacement.
BMW i8 Roadster

Facelifted i8 also brings a drop-top version. It is only 60 kg heavier than the coupe, and ditches the two rear seats.
BMW M2 competition

More hardcore M2 sees the twin-turbo six-cylinder from the M3 and M4. Ties in with the legendary M3 CSL has ceased.
Dacia Duster

More budget raised SUV gets a revised interior, and updated from the outside.


Ford Focus

Veteran hatchback, since the middle of the year, with ST-variants.
Ford Mustang Bullitt

Bullitt of the 50th anniversary brought the Mustang Bullitt – Ford’s third attempt at a Bullitt-themed special edition, with 475bhp and throwback styling of Steve McQueen in the famous car of the hero.
Honda CR-V

New Turbo and bigger in every direction, Honda is the largest SUV hopes to rack up more sales, similar to the successful US version.
Jaguar XE SV-project 8

Deliveries for the newly-crowned four-door ” Ring-king in July, will begin in 2018.
Jaguar I-Pace

It’s a Geneva show Jaguar EV Challenger, the one with the customer through the summer.
Jaguar F-Pace-SVR

SVR is more of the F-Pace, which gets a 5.0-litre V8-engine and potentially 567bhp on tap.


Kia Cee ‘ D

The Ceed is to germinate into a whole family of models with a shooting brake and an SUV. The tailgate remains the core of the series, though.
Maserati Levante GTS

It’s been a while that Maserati produced anything new and hardcore, but the Levante is the next, with a 523bhp Ferrari V8 under the hood.
Mercedes-AMG E53 coupe/Cabriolet

There are 429bhp tap of Mercedes-AMG vehicles is the first performance Hybrid. They are also connected by a AMG CLS 53.
Mercedes-Benz C-class facelift

S-class-tech trickles down to Mercedes’ best-selling model, the United Kingdom, the best-selling sedan in the C-class.
Mercedes-Benz CLS

New third-generation around revealed CLS without shooting brake this time, but retains the style of the original.


Mercedes-Benz G-class facelift

The G-wagon gets an update, with a G63 kick off the newly spruced up hard-kolmatanten SUV back up. The aerodynamics, which we already know is not a priority.
Mercedes-Maybach S-Class

Mercedes’ flagship S-class, a model of care subject to, and in turn, the Maybach variant will be too.
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 004S

Glickenhaus’ Le Mans car for the road packs 650bhp from its 5.0-Liter twin-Turbo V8. The few who come to the United Kingdom from July.
Subaru Outback facelift

Interior tweaks, the interior of the lifted Outback a much more interesting place to be. Minor external improvements will be to maintain the status quo.
Toyota Yaris GRMN

Toyota is the first hot hatch in years comes in a very limited number in the summer of 2018. 209bhp from its 1.8-litre engine and 0-62mph in 6.3 sec, since you asked.


The autumn of 2018
Aston Martin Vanquish

Next-generation Vanquish is a response to the Ferrari-812 Superfast. Considerably more than 600 horsepower is being considered.
Audi E-Tron

A very modern clash of the titans, Audi is the Jaguar in the electric market, with the E-Tron I have to go against Jag’s pace.
BMW X3 M

The M-brand is spreading, and it is now the name for the small SUV field, such as the hot SUV market is gearing up for the fight. The X3 M will have to 425bhp, and a minimum of five competitors by the end of 2018.
Dallara Stradale

To produce Motorsport outfit, the costs for the first time with the road, the car – it is around £163.000 article for customers in the UK, when the first examples arrive in October.
Isuzu D-Max facelift

Isuzu is updated, a work animal for the year 2018, with styling, interior and technology tweaks. As the class warms up, Isuzu-you might have a fight on your hands.
Mazda 6 facelift

Beautiful Salon is updated and optimized, styling, handling and ride comfort, while the interior has been given better tech.


Mercedes-AMG GT four-door sedan

600 HP launch version will eventually be a super-hybrid with 805bhp sit down. We smell the ” Ring-record-attempt.
Porsche Macan facelift

SUV handling-hero reaches its mid-life Phase, and there are new turbo V6 engines on the way, as well as a modified interior.
BMW X5

Up to 600 HP in the M-badged form, but quite conventional in the rest of the series. A gets more, X7-appearance – could be divisive.
Hyundai i30 Coupe N

Hyundai comes lightning fast Coupe, with all the talents of the tailgate and a little more objectivity.
Kia Niro EV

Soft-Start for Kia’s second EV, with the Niro EV goes on sale as a powertrain option, rather than a completely new model.
Land Rover Discovery SVX

Mud-plugging SVX promises go-anywhere ability with a 517bhp V8 engine thrown in for good measure.


Range Rover SVR Velar

Sister-car, the Jaguar F-Pace is a performance-focused SVR version. 542bhp and 502lb ft of torque, in case you were wondering.
Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan

A-class sedan in the fight against the Audi RS3 sedan and the ever-rumors BMW 1 Series sedan, if the latter ever comes to Europe. AMG versions will follow.
Seat Cupra Ateca

The Cupra Ateca has been swirling around for a while now, but the performance SUV will come, and just in time to get things cold again. Probably the very first Cupra will be a spin-off of-brand-car.


Winter 2018
BMW 8 Series

The new BMW flagship with a not-so-new name. This version actually, the supercar-baiting M8, though. Six-and eight-cylinder petrol and Diesel for the rest of the series, and a V12 comes later.
Jeep Wrangler

Jeep’s old-school SUV is thoroughly modern with a hybrid variant and new tech.
Audi RS5 Sportback

Same 444bhp engine and 125lb ft of hike, but five doors.
Audi A1

Audi aims straight for the Mini with the A1, the rest on the MQB for more refinement, handling, and mileage.
Audi SQ8

Hot hybrid version of Audi’s future flagship SUV.


Citroën C5 Aircross

Citroën Nissan Qashqai rival at the end of the year, with the brand’s Progressive Hydraulic cushion suspension. Another with a hybrid version to follow.
Honda CR-V hybrid

Honda is back on the hybrid-hype after the cutting of the realization a few years ago with a petrol-electric CR-V.
Hyundai Nexo

Hyundai second FCEV another SUV, but a stand-alone-model rather than a Tucson variant this time. There is already a preview of it in concepts, but most likely it will be quieter for the production.
Hyundai Kona-E

An EV version of the Kona, the standard versions in the year 2018, Hyundai will follow ramps up its charge in alternative fuels.
Hyundai Santa Fe

The fourth generation of the large SUV sets a focus on technology, with a variety of standard driver assistance, safety and comfort systems.


Infiniti QX50

The first car with a variable compression ratio, Infiniti promises the talents of gasoline with the efficiency of a diesel. Eureka.
Range Rover coupe

Super-luxury -, SVO-built-in two-door coupé on UK shores by the end of 2018, as a possible follow-up on the Range Stormer concept of 2004.
Mercedes-AMG GT facelift

A power, the walk is safe, even though it is probably not with the E63 S 603bhp. Exterior tweaks are always subtle.
Mercedes-Benz GLE

Mercedes’ mid-size SUV will arrive in time for Christmas. The 4.0-Liter AMG 63 is not.


Morgan EV3

Morgan with three wheels, the first fully electric series production vehicle will have a range of 120 km, and will the customers from the end of 2018.
Renault Alaska

The Renault Alaskan pushed back already once, but Renault is the first pick-up is to start from the spring of 2018.
Rolls-Royce Cullinan

Another brand is the “first ” SUV”, but you can bet your Phantom, which is more expensive than any of those.
Space, seven-seater SUV

Place seven-seater has been coming for a while now, and it will be called either, Alboran, Aranda, Avila, or Tarraco.
Skoda Fabia facelift

Skoda’s supermini gets a new look, new technologies, new interior-and – grab – not a Diesel.


Skoda vRS Kodiaq

Another participant in the fast SUV market, this time it is Skoda throws his name into the mix. A diesel with plenty of torque, it is reported that under the hood.
Subaru Forester facelift

Rock-solid SUV gets the same treatment as the Outback, with interior tweaks under precedent over minor external changes.
Volkswagen Passat facelift

The venerable VW Variant station wagon, and sedan model to be well-kept by the end of 2018. You can expect the usual raft of efficiency, internal and external audits.
Volkswagen T-Cross

Volkswagen’s SUV offensive continued with the Polo-size T-cross. Nissan Juke and Renault Captur are in the T-reticle.

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