All the latest news from the British motor show
22 July 2008

We’ll be reporting live from the British motor show on Tuesday (22nd July) next week.

You can expect to see all the major unveilings plus instant reaction and analysis live from the show floor at autocar.co.uk.

But here are the cars that we’re most excited about seeing…

The Mini-rivalling Mito makes it's debut at the British motor show

Subaru launches its lairiest and most hardcore Impreza ever

One of the most significant launches of the show, the Ford Focus RS, has just been unveiled

A new two-seater sportscar designed and engineered in Britain

The new Camaro loses its top and gets a mighty 400bhp LS2 V8

Lotus launches its much-anticipated Cayman rival right here in London

Vauxhall’s all-new Mondeo rival finally revealed to the public

Seat lowers the roof for the sportiest version of its new Ibiza

Honda previews the new Open Study Model concept that will eventually become the new CR-Z sports car

Renault unveils its extreme, track-focused successor to the hugely popular R26

Nissan Qashqai+2 adds a seven-seat option to the popular high-riding hatchback

How many cows can you fit in a Range Rover? Find out with the new Autobiography edition

Edgy looks promised for new entry level 9-1 Saab, but will it convince the youth markets?

Even more power for the new 200mph topping Flying Spur

Toyota go Crazy on the Aygo to make a track-focused, £100k mean machine

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