The new Cars of 2017 And 2018: What is to come?

There is a whole series of new designs to come throughout the year 2017. Here is your one-stop-shop to stay up to date with what comes when.
New Cars Coming Soon:





Early 2018




Aston Martin DB11 V8

Lighter, more sporty version of the new grand touring with a 503bhp AMG V8 engine.
Aston Martin Vantage AMR

Race-inspired swan song for the model Vantage includes more power for the V12 models.

BMW 6 Series GT

5 series GT becomes the 6-Series GT and gets a much more resolved look.
Hyundai Kona

This futuristic-looking small SUV is based on Hyundai, the new i30 family hatchback. It is expected to cost around £ 15,000.
Jaguar XF Sportbrake

BMW 5 Series-rivalling estate aims to be the major driver of engagement, but it is always convenient, with a 565/1700-litre boot.
Kia Stonic

Kia, the construction of a Juke rival too. Based on the new Rio family hatchback, it will be available with two or four-wheel drive.

McLaren 570S Spider

Convertible Version of the sports coupe will have the same twin-turbo 3.8-litre V8 with 562bhp. A price of approximately £165 000 is expected.
Mercedes-Benz S-Class

Facelift adds loads of new technology, including a variety of semi-autonomous driving aids, plus a larger dual-screen dashboard.
Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo

The first production of the Porsche real estate is a big deal. It is also the first Panamera to five seats rather than four, and has 20 litres more boot space than the standard liftback model.
Ssangyong Rexton

New five-seat SUV will be more refined, with a lot of embedded technology. 2.2-litre diesel and 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engines will be available at launch. More modern, the security kit will be added, too.



Evolution of style and a lot of the same interior space, but a whole new platform makes the new X3 lighter and more rigid. Inside, the new X3 will get the latest version of BMW’s iDrive infotainment system with a 10.3 to the screen. Initially, two diesel and one petrol engine will be available, as well as a hot M40i model petrol with 355bhp. The new X3 is priced at £38,800 – £4300 more than its predecessor.
Citroën C3 Aircross

C3 Picasso MPV replacement is a chunky C4 Cactus-style SUV, with a cost of £13,995.

Hyundai i30N

Nürburgring-developed (and Hyundai’s first hot hatch, an improved version of the new i30 family hatchback, gets a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine with over 260bhp.
Jaguar E-Rate

Audi Q3-rivalling baby F-Pace, similar in size to the Range Rover Evoque. It is anticipated to use 2.0-litre petrol and diesel JLR engines Ingenium. The E-Rate the estimated cost is a little less than £30,000.
Jaguar XJ

Luxury sedan becomes the new safety technology and an upgrade to the infotainment system.
Jaguar XJR 575

Most powerful XJ variant still uses the F-Type SVR’s 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine with 567bhp, 25bhp more than the outgoing XJR, and 516lb ft.

Kia Stinger

New flagship salon-style liftback will get a GT, a high-performance version with a 315bhp turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
Nissan X-Trail

Refreshed looks for the spacious seven-seater SUV.
Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace

Stretched, seven-seat version of the big SUV offers a choice of six petrol and four-cylinder diesel and the estimated cost is approximately £26,000.


Aston Martin V8 Vantage

All-new sports car will be the replacement of today’s Vantage, and it will feature a design highly inspired by DB10 created for the James Bond film “Spectre”.
Audi A8

A flagship will set a new precedent for Audi drawings and models; he will also get the most advanced stand alone technology still.

Dallara Stradale

The legendary racing car-generator produces a track-focused but road-legal car to compete with the KTM X-Bow.
Honda CR-V

Mid-size SUV will be bigger and more upscale. The engines are likely to mirror the 118bhp 1.6-litre diesel, 128bhp 1.5-litre petrol units from the smaller HR-V.
Jeep Compass

New model replaces both the Compass and Patriot. It is more refined but more rugged than ever.
Kia Sorento

Burly seven-seat SUV will get a mid life facelift.

Lexus CT

Slight facelift and new inoftainment and security technology to the family hatchback.
Lexus NX

The same as above for Lexus small SUV.

Lotus Evora 400 Roadster

The chassis will be just as rigid as the coupe. The number in the car name refers to the brake horsepower it gets.
Mercedes-Benz A-Class X

Mercedes will build a plush version of the Nissan Navara pick-up, promising crisp handling and good refinement.
Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman GTS

The range topping versions of the mid-engine sports car to get a more powerful (375bhp) version of the 2.5-litre flat-four engine.

Porsche 911 GT2 RS

Super-hardcore 911 is a 690bhp and a 2.8 sec 0-60mph time.
Seat Arona

The small SUV sister of the very famous Ateca is based on the Leon hatchback.
Seat Arona X-Perience

Robust looking version of the above.
Seat Ateca X-Perience

Robust version of our favorite small SUV gets all-wheel drive and all-terrain-style design cues, including body cladding.
Skoda Karoq

Yeti replacement gets Kodiaq-inspired style. It sits on the Volkswagen Group’s MQB platform, which it shares with the Audi Q3 and the Seat Ateca, with a familiar range of engines.

Toyota Yaris GRMN

High performance hatchback variant of the facelifted Yaris will be powered by a 1.8-litre supercharged petrol engine with more than 205bhp.
Volkswagen T-Roc

Baby SUV is expected to share engines with the Polo and Golf hatchbacks. The 1.0-litre three-cylinder 1.5-litre four-cylinder species are expected, with the diesels thought to be 1.6-litre and 2.0-litre units, and four-wheel drive will be available. Six-speed manual and seven-speed DSG automatic gearboxes will be, too. The T-Roc is thought to cost around £19,000.
Volkswagen Touareg

The third generation of the large SUV will get a more luxurious interior and sophisticated style. A hybrid powertrain is expected to join the engine line-up. The pricing is likely to remain around the £45,000 mark of the current car.

Vauxhall VXR8 GTS-R

Last Vauxhall V8 is a model of the brand’s most powerful to date, with 587bhp.

Early 2018
Alpina D5 S

Performance diesel versions of the 5 Series and 5 Series Touring is powered by a 322bhp twin-turbo 3.0-litre six-cylinder in-line.
Aston Martin Zagato models

Limited-edition, high price, Zagato-designed models of the Vanquish, Flying, Shooting Brake and Speedster.
Audi A7

New version of the five-door coupé a wide range of powertrain and a futuristic interior.

Audi RS4 Avant

Hot real estate gets the RS5 is a turbocharged 2.9-litre V6, giving it a 125lb ft of torque boost.
Audi RS5 Cabriolet

More practical five-door version of the RS5 coupe gets the same engine as the RS4 Avant, giving him 444bhp.

Bentley Continental GT

After 14 years, the focal point of the Bentley range will be replaced. The new model is more suggestive looks and an all-new 600bhp W12 engine of the Bentayga SUV.
BMW 2-Series Active Tourer

The mid-life update for the BMW five-seat MPV.

BMW 7 Series

Facelift will include a new hybrid versions.
BMW i3

An update of the electric city car tweaks looks like, but does not increase the range.

More hot version of the i3 will get a wider track, among other changes.


600bhp 5-Series derived from super-sedan will be the first M5 with four-wheel drive.
DS 7 Crossback

Citroën high-end offshoot of the brand sells its service with a £30,000 five-seat SUV that claims to “combine the latest technology with luxury Parisian know-how”.

Ford Ecosport

Compact SUV is updated with the new engine, ST-Line trim level of the chassis and improvements.
Ford Mustang

Muscle car becomes a complete update of its engine, suspension, exhaust, styling and interior.
Honda CR-V Hybrid

Hybrid SUV combines a four-cylinder 2.0-litre petrol engine to two electric motors.
Honda Jazz

New looks, 1.5-litre petrol engine and Sport trim level for an MPV-like small hatchback.

Hyundai i30 Fastback

Mazda 3 Fastback-rivalling four-door coupe joins the regular i30 hatchback, i30 Tourer estate and i30N hot hatch.

Jaguar F-Pace, SVR

Version of the Jaguar’s large five-seat SUV gets 570bhp from its 5.0-liter V8.
Lamborghini Aventador’s Roadster

More hot convertible added V12 range with 730bhp.
Land Rover Discovery SVX

Hardcore Version of the large SUV is powered by 517bhp V8.
Lexus RC F

The facelift is scope for more power for the performance saloon’s naturally aspirated 5.0-liter V8.

Lynk&Co 01

Geely the new trend of the youth-oriented brand launches with this Volvo-tech share of small SUV that is claimed to be the “most connected car”.
Maserati Ghibli

The light visual tweaks, new versions and updates to the engine, claimed to improve the car’s dynamic capabilities.
Mercedes-AMG G63

Hot G-Class gets AMG Panamericana of the grid.
Mercedes-AMG GT

More power and a subtle styling refresh for Mercedes Porsche 911 rival.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class

Restyled interior and a pioneer in semi-autonomous driving capability to the luxury sedan.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

Nissan Qashqai rival is at the price of £21,275.

Mitsubishi Shogun Sport

Robust L200-seven-passenger seating is available exclusively with a 2.4-litre diesel engine.

The Nissan Leaf

The second generation of the electric hatchback will be able to drive at 81 km between each load.
Porsche 911 GT3 Touring

“Purist 911”, a manual-gearboxed 911 GT3 with a style more close to the regular 911 model.

Renault Mégane RS

Fastest Version of the hot hatch with over 300bhp; it also gets the four-wheel steering. Available in two variants: Sport and Cup.

Rolls-Royce Phantom

Eighth generation of the ultimate version of the luxury car is based on a platform-to-measure and is 75% quieter.

Seat Ateca Cupra

300bhp version of the successful small SUV.

Seat Leon Cupra R

Just 799 examples of this 306bhp hot hatch will be produced.

Subaru XV

New version of the small SUV Subaru uses the new Global Platform which, according to him, the XV safer and better for the reader.
Suzuki Swift Sport

970kg hot hatch going turbocharged with a 138bhp, 170lb ft turbocharged 1.4-liter engine from Suzuki Vitara SUV.

Vauxhall Grandland X

Third five-seat SUV to join the Vauxhall range is the largest, and is based on the new Peugeot 5008. It costs from £22,310.

Vauxhall Insignia GSi

Commendable new Insignia sedan and estate get 252bhp hot variants with dual-clutch rear differential, as used in the Ford Focus RS.
Volkswagen Up GTI

Hot city car is more powerful than the original Golf GTI with 113bhp.
Volvo XC40

New top of the range compact SUV will be the rival of the Audi Q3 and BMW X1.
Zenos E10

Output drive is slightly updated, with production soon to re-start in South Africa after CA the purchase of Zenos.

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