23 November 2004

Thought 2004 was a great vintage for new cars? Then wait until you see what next year has to offer, as Autocar reveals more than 100 cars that should make 2005 even better.

Our 18-page special report is packed full of the best reasons not to write that deposit cheque just yet. Taking in Mercedes-Benz' CLS coupé, Ferrari's F430 supercar, Land Rover's Range Rover Sport SUV and BMW's 3-series saloon, it catalogues any and every new car of note expected over the next twelve months. Each one is listed alongside its rivals, along with the latest information on what to expect from it, why you should want one, and when it is coming. If you're buying a new car next year, it's guaranteed to make worthwhile reading.

Draw up your shopping list for 2005 this week, in Autocar

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