Such is the hype surrounding Honda's new sports car that it's sold out before even making its entrance. More than 100 pre-orders have been taken for the new model, which is tipped to cost around £75,000. Total output from its hybrid powertrain – which sees a mid-mounted V6 petrol engine mated to three electric motors – is rated at around 400bhp.
Nissan's luxury arm will offer a thinly-veiled look at its next-generation Q60, with the model taking design inspiration from the range-topping Q80 Inspiration concept. Infiniti is promising "the power of exhilaration" with the new concept.
Lexus GS F
We already know that Toyota's luxury arm plans to bring a new version of its GS F sports car to market in 2016, and the Japanese firm has already confirmed it will bring a new F-designated model to Detroit. The GS F is expected to be powered by the same 5.0-litre V8 engine as the RC F, and should offer close to 500bhp.
Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake
The first public outing for Mercedes' CLA Shooting Brake will come just days before the model goes on sale in the UK. Offering more load space than the old car, at 1354 litres with the seats down, the new Shooting Brake will come to market with two diesel engine options and four petrols. The hardcore CLA45 AMG Shooting Brake gets a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine developing 355bhp.
Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupé
Based on what is currently called the ML, the new GLE Coupé is part of Mercedes' newly expanded, and newly renamed, SUV range. It'll come to UK showrooms next June, priced at around £10,000 more than equivalent GLE models.
The GLC is another SUV to have been rebadged for 2015, having been formerly known as the GLK. The second-generation model will go on sale in the UK towards the middle of next year and will be sold in right-hand drive form for the first time. Rivals include Audi's Q5, BMW's X3 and the Land Rover Discovery Sport.
Mercedes-Benz AMG Sport
The first models from Mercedes' new AMG Sport performance line-up will be based on the C-class and GLE Coupé, and will come to the UK early next year. The new range is planned to sit in between standard Mercedes road cars and hotter Mercedes-AMG models.
Mini Cooper S John Cooper Works
The third-generation Cooper S JCW is powered by a revised version of the Cooper S's 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, here developing 228bhp and 236lb ft. It'll be priced close to the £22,460 of its predecessor when UK sales begin next April.
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