Got your eye on a new car? Before you go shopping, check here for what's about to be released into showrooms this year
11 January 2020

It was a bumper year for new cars in 2019, with important releases in every model category from the Toyota Supra to the Vauxhall Corsa and the Mercedes-AMG A45 - to name but a few. But if 2019 was good, 2020 promises to be even better.

Some of 2020's biggest debuts have already had the covers pulled off them, but there are still plenty of big releases to be drooled over this year. 

Here is your one-stop shop for keeping up to date with what's coming when in the car industry in 2020. 


Alfa Romeo Giulia

The sporty saloon’s facelift predominantly focuses on interior upgrades to help the model keep up with its fast-evolving - and mainly German - rivals. Changes include improved touchscreen functionality, better graphics and a faster processing system. Larger cupholders and phone storage space that offers optional wireless charging are also added.

Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce 280 2019 review

Alfa Romeo Stelvio

Another Alfa facelift with almost identical changes to the Giulia, targeting cabin quality and more technology. As well as the aforementioned improvements to the infotainment system, this mild refresh for the engaging SUV includes a new steering wheel, a leather-wrapped gear selector and additional active driving assistance features.

Alfa Romeo Stelvio Ti 210 Q4 2019 review

Audi RS6 Avant

Audi Sport’s flagship has long been the benchmark for practical performance cars, and having driven it, we reckon this latest version – packing a 591bhp mild hybrid V8 engine and a 565-litre boot, is the most accomplished yet. While rivals might have greater driver appeal, we reckon no other hot estate can beat it for all-round excellence.

Our Verdict

Alfa Romeo Giulia

Alfa Romeo and the Giulia name is back, and returned in the shape of a saloon that is determined to disrupt the top order - watch out BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz and Audi

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Audi RS7

Range-topping grand tourer features coupé styling and shares the same 4.0-litre turbocharged V8 as the RS6. The second-generation RS7 Sportback from the Audi Sport division has a series of upgrades intended to make it a true GT. The only remaining body panels from the old A7 are the bonnet, front doors and tailgate, and it’s 40mm wider.

Audi RS7 Sportback 2019 review

Audi A1 Citycarver

Off-road-inspired supermini doesn’t just look rugged; it also rides higher and has upgraded suspension. The Ford Fiesta Active rival, priced from £22,040, receives roughly two inches of additional ground clearance, plus larger wheels and a tweaked suspension setup, over the standard A1. However, it's positioned as a more city-focused ‘urban crossover’ than Audi's fully fledged, four-wheel-drive Allroad models.

Audi A1 Citycarver 2019 review

Bentley Flying Spur 

The newest version of Bentley’s luxury saloon retains a twin-turbo W12, tuned for 626bhp, and has a 207mph top speed. Our first taste came late last year, when Steve Cropley reported that it “can accelerate like a McLaren and ride like a Rolls”. An entry-level V8 variant will follow, plus a V6 petrol plug-in hybrid.

Bentley Flying Spur review

BMW X1 plug-in hybrid

The plug-in hybrid version of BMW’s compact SUV promises 35 miles of electric-only range, and uses the same petrol-electric powertrain as the 225xe Active Tourer, delivering a combined output of 217bhp and 284lb ft. It is the first time the five-seat SUV has been offered with a PHEV in Europe.

BMW X1 xDrive25e: prices revealed for plug-in hybrid SUV

Ferrari F8 Tributo

In effect a heavy reworking of the 488 GTB, this could be the brand’s last non-hybrid V8 car. It is the most powerful mid-engined V8 Ferrari series production supercar yet produced, using a new 710bhp version of Ferrari’s 3.9-litre V8 engine - a 49bhp upgrade on the 488 GTB, and the same output as the car’s biggest rival, the McLaren 720S.

Ferrari F8 Tributo review

Ford Puma

The small coupé returns. Wait - no - the Puma is now a Nissan Juke-rivalling compact crossover. It’ll be hugely important to Ford’s comeback in Europe, too, especially considering Ford has often missed the mark with previous SUVs. Starting from £20,845 for a well-specified Titanium model, the Puma uses the same B global small car architecture as the Fiesta and sits 30mm higher than the popular supermini, as well as being longer and wider.

New Ford Puma: sporty small SUV revealed

Hyundai i10

The next-generation i10 gets a youth-oriented design overhaul and better packaging for more passenger space. Hyundai claims it’s better to drive than the old car, too, and the roster of tech has been upgraded to the point where it’s barely less well equipped than bigger Hyundais. Three and four-cylinder engines will return, but a new turbocharged three-pot in the N Line model takes the i10 into new territory as a warm hatch.

2020 Hyundai i10 to be available from £12,495 in UK

Mercedes-Benz GLB

Mercedes' latest SUV mixes rugged styling with seven-seat practicality in a relatively compact package, with AMG versions set to follow. Starting from £34,200, it is the eighth in Mercedes' compact range and differs from its direct class rivals in offering both five and seven-seat layouts. Mercedes says it has been designed to offer class-leading versatility to appeal more to family car buyers than the smaller GLA.

Mercedes reveals UK prices for new GLB compact SUV

Mercedes-Benz GLE 350de

A plug-in hybrid diesel? That’s right: Mercedes thinks a 2.0-litre diesel and an electric motor will combine long-distance efficiency and up to 61 miles of emissions-free urban cruising. The move gives the mid-size SUV a class-leading electric-only range and CO2 emissions. The powertrain propels the four-wheel-drive GLE 350de 4Matic from 0-62mph in 6.8sec.

Mercedes-Benz GLE 350de 4Matic 2019 review

Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 

Mercedes’ super-SUV and its coupé SUV sibling gain hybrid technology for the first time, mating a potent twin-turbocharged V8 to a mild hybrid EQ Boost starter/alternator system that brings an extra 22bhp and 184lb ft when required. The result is 563bhp in the ‘standard’ GLE 63 and 603bhp in the GLE 63 S.

New Mercedes-AMG GLE 63: V8 super-SUV gains hybrid tech

Peugeot 2008 

A new generation of Peugeot’s popular small SUV brings an all-electric variant for the first time, plus new looks. Sitting on Peugeot’s CMP (Common Modular Platform) architecture, which also underpins the upcoming 208 and Vauxhall Corsa superminis, the 2008 will be launched in the UK with a familiar line-up of PSA petrol engines, along with the electric variant.

Peugeot 2008 review

Porsche Taycan

Matt Prior drove the £138,826 Taycan Turbo S, which offers 751bhp from its (turbo-free) electric motors, and declared: “It might just be more enjoyable to drive than any other current four-door Porsche.” Andrew Frankel has since tested the ‘entry-level’ £83,367 429bhp 4S and gave it five stars. It’s still early days for electric cars, of course, and better ones will undoubtedly come. But Porsche has set the bar very high.

Porsche Taycan review

Renault Zoe

The long-established small EV gets a heavy facelift and expanded range of up to 241 miles in a bid to take on newer rivals. Priced from £25,670, the Vauxhall Corsa-e competitor is no longer available under a battery leasing scheme. Renault recently announced it was pulling the scheme, citing “significantly improved, class-leading residual values, which enable a more competitive full purchase price”.

Renault Zoe review

Vauxhall Corsa 

The first Vauxhall developed under PSA ownership moves upmarket with mature styling and Ford Fiesta-baiting dynamics. Starting from £15,550, entry-level SE trim includes LED headlights, 16in alloys and a 7.0in touchscreen radio. The Corsa is the first of a raft of Vauxhalls aimed at rejuvenating the brand with new levels of design integrity and engineering.

Vauxhall Corsa review


Aston Martin Valkyrie

Created with input from Formula 1 design ace Adrian Newey and claimed by Aston boss Andy Palmer to be capable of lapping Silverstone “as fast as an F1 car”. Power comes from a 6.5-litre Cosworth-developed V12 engine and a Rimac-derived electric motor. Sources have suggested the Valkyrie will generate up to 4000lb (1816kg) of downforce at top speed.

Aston Martin Valkyrie: V12 engine sound heard in new video

Audi A5

Executive car gets a refreshed look along with new mild hybrid engine options. Visual updates largely mirror those seen on the latest A4, with new-look front and rear bumpers, larger air intakes and a wider front grille. Four of the A5's four-cylinder petrol and diesel powertrain options will include 12-volt mild hybrid systems.

Audi A5 revamped with new styling, mild hybrid powertrains

Audi E-tron 50

Entry-level variant of Audi’s first standalone EV is cheaper and lighter than the E-tron 55, but a smaller battery shrinks range to 186 miles. The 50 weighs roughly 120kg less than the 2565kg E-tron 55 but offers 55 fewer miles of range than that model. The E-tron 50 employs the same twin-motor setup as the 55, but maximum power is down from 402bhp to 308bhp and maximum torque is down from 490lb ft to 398lb ft.

Audi E-tron 50 revealed as value version of flagship EV

Audi E-tron Sportback

Coupé version of the electric E-tron SUV offers 278 miles of range from a 95kWh battery in 355bhp, 414lb ft form. The model already has a raft of technical improvements over the standard E-tron, adding rear-wheel drive, optimised brake pads and better usability of power from the battery, all of which help to improve range. The model features digital matrix LED headlights, a first for a mass-production vehicle.

Audi E-tron Sportback revealed as electric coupé SUV

Audi RS Q8

The halo model for Audi’s largest coupé SUV, it features the twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 from the upcoming RS6, packing 592bhp and 590lb ft. Reviewing the RS Q8, Autocar’s James Disdale said: “Arguably it’s the four-wheel steer that sets the tone for the RS Q8, its ability to quickly rotate the rear of the car to quell understeer helping deliver agility that simply shouldn’t be possible for a car of this size and weight.”

2020 Audi RS Q8 arrives with 592bhp mild hybrid V8

Kia Ceed PHEV

Plug-in power arrives in SW and xCeed versions of the Ceed range. The system is powered by a 1.6-litre four-cylinder petrol engine mated to a 44.5kW electric motor. Combined total outputs are 139bhp and 195lb ft of torque. Kia claims it is targeting an electric-only range of 37 miles. Both models get minor design tweaks to mark them out from other versions, including a closed-off version of Kia’s ‘tiger nose’ grille to aid aerodynamic efficiency.

Kia releases plug-in hybrid Ceed Sportswagon and Xceed

McLaren 620R

Hardcore, road-going version of the 570S GT4 will be the fastest Sports Series McLaren you can buy. It gets a 612bhp 3.8-litre V8, less weight, race-spec adjustable suspension and semi-slick tyres. Aero changes over the standard Sports Series models includes the same adjustable carbonfibre wing as the GT4, a redesigned front bumper, splitter and bonnet that all improve airflow, along with dive planes on the front wings.

New McLaren 620R revealed as limited-run, road-legal GT4 racer

McLaren Speedtail

Spiritual successor to the F1? Well, it’s the first McLaren since that car with three seats, has an F1-matching production run of 106 units and is designed to reach an F1-beating 250mph - and recent final testing at the Kennedy Space Centre achieved just that. All units have already been sold at a cost of at least £1.75 million plus taxes each.  

McLaren Speedtail revealed: 250mph and 0-186mph in 12.8sec

Mini Electric

The Mini Electric hardly introduces a radical new look for the brand. Instead, the firm has simply installed a 181bhp electric powertrain in a regular hatch, offering Cooper S levels of performance with no engine noise. The £24,400 starting price (after the £3500 government grant) is compelling, the range of 124-144 miles less so. Still, on first impressions, the peppy electric motors offer pleasingly entertaining performance and the handling remains a strong point.

New Mini Electric revealed as affordable Brit-built EV

Mitsubishi Mirage

The Mirage has struggled to make an impact in Europe, but Mitsubishi is hoping to revive its fortunes with a refreshed design and new interior tech. Items such as LED headlights plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration aim to boost the model’s desirability.

Mitsubishi Mirage given revamped look and tech for 2020

Peugeot 3008 Hybrid 4

With an electric motor on each axle, the plug-in hybrid is the first version of Peugeot’s mid-sized SUV to offer four-wheel drive. The powertrain delivers 296bhp and 35 miles of electric running, and it's capable of delivering 176.5mpg on the WLTP combined cycle. A slightly less powerful front-wheel-drive variant will arrive later this year.

Peugeot adds 296bhp plug-in hybrid option to 3008 line-up

Peugeot 508 plug-in hybrid

The electrified version of this stylish executive saloon combines a 1.6-litre turbo petrol engine with an electric motor for a 222bhp total output and 30 miles of electric-only running. The interior mirrors that of conventionally fuelled 508s, but the battery pack brings reductions in boot space and fuel capacity.

Peugeot announces 508, 508 SW and 3008 plug-in hybrids

Renault Captur

The latest version of Europe’s best-selling small crossover gains sophistication and a revamped engine range for 2020, with headline changes including the addition of a plug-in hybrid variant and “more muscular” styling cues. The SUV has improved boot capacity and leg room compared with its predecessor, and underpinnings taken from the new Clio are likely to offer significant dynamic enhancements.

Renault Captur review

Seat Mii Electric

Seat’s version of the Volkswagen Up and Skoda Citigo has been reinvented for 2020 as an electric-only city car with a 162-mile range. Priced from £19,300, the Spanish firm’s first production EV is also one of the UK’s cheapest, and is available from launch in just one trim. Power output is a city-friendly 82bhp, with the 0-31mph sprint dispatched in 3.9sec.

Seat Mii Electric review

Volkswagen Up

Volkswagen is the last VW Group brand to keep both petrol and electric options in its city car, with the petrol Up set to be reintroduced in early 2020, alongside a GTI warm version. The electric e-Up also receives a substantial range boost, up to 162 miles, thanks to a larger battery.

Volkswagen Up GTI relaunched in UK for 2020


Alpina B3

Everybody’s favourite company car (the BMW 3 Series) receives a performance-oriented rework at the hands of Alpina, to tide us over until Munich unveils the full-fat 2020 M3. The M340i xDrive’s 3.0-litre straight six features, but it has been pumped up to produce 462bhp and 516lb ft of torque. With that model’s four-wheel drive system carried over as well, the B3 is able to accelerate to 62mph from rest in 3.8sec and charge onto a top speed of 188mph.

New Alpina B3 shown in saloon form at Tokyo 


The X6 was one of the original coupé SUVs, and this M-badged model ups the ante with 616bhp and 553lb ft in the range-topping Competition variant - which will be the only version sold in the UK. The Competition features bespoke leather upholstery, lightweight alloy wheels and a raunchier exhaust system, while offering a slight performance boost over the standard car.

New BMW X6 leaks ahead of tonight's official reveal 

BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe

BMW has crowned its expanded range of compact cars with a new front-wheel-drive four-door coupé to rival the Mercedes-Benz CLA. Sitting atop the same FAAR platform as the new 1 Series, the new model will sit just below the 3 Series and will offer a range of engine options ranging in output from the 138bhp 1.5-litre petrol to the 302bhp twin-turbo unit in the range-topping M235i.

New BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe arrives at LA motor show

Land Rover Defender

Do you remember a car with more hype than the new Defender? Thought not. Revealed last September, it promises to be as peerless off road as its forebear, but revelatory on it, blending modern and traditional inside and out. Land Rover had a clear product plan from the get-go, offering a choice of two wheelbases (the three-door 90 and five-door 110) and four distinctive packs (Explorer, Adventure, Country and Urban), plus two commercial models. That’s not all, however. In the second half of this year Land Rover will launch a four-cylinder plug-in hybrid version, likely badged p400e. A more luxurious and larger 130 model will arrive in 2021, with an all-electric flagship due after that.

New Defender makes UK debut at Goodwood Revival

Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 and GLE 53 Coupé

Mercedes has given us a new performance version of its BMW X5 rival for 2020, available in straight-backed and slope-roofed guises. The SUV packs 429bhp from an electrified version of Merc’s new 3.0-litre straight six petrol engine, with the 48V mild hybrid system boosting low-end torque to the tune of 383lb ft and power to 429bhp - enough to shoot the 2.2-tonne SUV to 62mph in 5.3sec.

Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 review

Skoda Citigo e-iV

The Citigo-e iV feels much stronger in its acceleration than the claimed 0-62mph time of 12.3sec would have you believe. In tight going, it comes into its own, thanks to its small dimensions and quick steering. And although we’ve not yet had a chance to test the range fully, several circuits of a fairly long city route appeared to show that its claimed 161-mile range is no lie. The Citigo-e iV looks a good proposition, provided you know what you need it for.

Skoda Citigo-e iV review

Smart Fortwo

Smart is the first mass-market car maker to go electric only and has overhauled its 2.7m-long Fortwo, giving it a fresh face and EQ branding. The 17.6kWh, 80bhp electric powertrain is unchanged, meaning a range of less than 100 miles, so it’s clearly urban focused. The facelift and technology revamp will also come to the smallest convertible on sale, the Fortwo Cabrio, and the five-door, four-seat Forfour.

New Smart EQ Fortwo and Forfour begin brand’s EV future

Uniti One

Never heard of Uniti? The Swedish EV start-up has big ambitions to sell the One, not just to private customers but also to businesses as a fleet mobility solution. Priced from just £15k, it has three seats in a McLaren F1-style layout, will do 75mph flat out and weighs just 600kg. Top models have a range of up to 186 miles. It’s also engineered in Norfolk, where it will initially be built. The engineering brief, according to the boss of Uniti, was to “build a safe car that’s lightweight. UK engineers are the best in the world at that”.

Uniti One electric car available to order online from £15,100

Vauxhall Corsa-E

The all-electric version of Vauxhall’s reinvented Corsa takes on Renault’s Zoe with a 211-mile range and 0-31mph time of 3.1sec. Prices for the five-door EV start from £26,790, making it a direct competitor for entry-level variants of Volkswagen’s new ID 3, with first customer deliveries set to take place in early 2020.

New Vauxhall Corsa and Corsa-e make joint public debut

Volkswagen Golf

Well, what did you expect? Not a revolution: this is a Golf, after all. Now in its eighth generation, the new Golf is still very much a Golf, with evolutionary styling, improved practicality, marginally increased dimensions and greater efficiency, both under the bonnet with proven but enhanced engines (including mild hybrid technology) and in its aerodynamics. Those kinds of changes have been ever thus through most generations of Golfs, so the really new feature this time around is an interior that adopts a completely digital dashboard. It’s quite some shift and is anything but conservative. And is that evidence of cost-cutting we see, now that the underside of the bonnet is no longer body coloured and is kept up with a manual strut? Surely not…

Volkswagen Golf review

Volkswagen T-Roc Cabrio

The soft-top version of Volkswagen’s popular T-Roc will be the only mainstream open-air crossover in the market when it goes on sale. It’s intended as a spiritual successor to the Beetle and Golf cabriolets. It isn’t just a T-Roc with the roof cut off, either; it only has two doors and features a longer wheelbase than the regular version. VW claims the folding roof still leaves room for two average-sized adults in the back. Power comes from either 1.0 or 1.5-litre engines, with pricing set to start at “well under” £30,000.

Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet is only mainstream convertible SUV

Volvo XC40 T5 Twin Engine

The plug-in hybrid version of Volvo’s hugely successful small SUV completes the electrification of the Swedish firm’s range. The T5 Twin Engine mates a 1.5-litre three-cylinder engine with an 81bhp electric motor for a total output of 258bhp. Unlike the firm’s larger plug-in hybrids, power is sent to the front wheels only. The electric motor allows for 29 miles of engine-free running, and prices start from £40,905. As an added bonus, buyers will be able to claim a year’s worth of free electricity if they buy before 30 June 2020.

Volvo electrifies entire range with new XC40 plug-in hybrid


Aston Martin DBX

Aston Martin’s most important car launch for a decade, the DBX is the firm’s first SUV and has a lot resting on its shoulders. It has been a turbulent time since the company floated on the stock market in 2018 and CEO Andy Palmer believes the DBX will be pivotal in reassuring investors and analysts alike and propel Aston Martin into the next phase of its so-called ‘second-century plan’. The DBX should become the brand’s best-selling model, with a target of 10,000 sales per year by 2021. The five-seat 4x4, powered by an AMG-sourced 542bhp 4.0-litre turbo V8, will cost £158,000 before options. Other powertrains, including a plug-in hybrid, are expected further down the line.

New Aston Martin DBX: 542bhp SUV charged with reviving firm

Ford Fiesta Ecoboost Hybrid

Electrification comes to the UK’s best-selling model with this mild hybrid makeover for the Ford Fiesta that features the Blue Oval’s 1.0-litre Ecoboost engine mated to a 48V belt-driven starter motor. While it’s not the most expansive hybrid system, Ford believes the extra electrical torque will aid slow-speed smoothness - and also allows for a larger turbocharger to be fitted - and offer welcome added efficiency. Ford estimates the model can achieve 57.6mpg, with estimated emissions of 112g/km.

Ford to launch mild hybrid Fiesta and Focus in 2020

Kia Soul EV

The Kia e-Niro proved so popular in 2019 that the Korean firm simply couldn’t meet the demand – so it hasn’t messed with the formula for its second electric SUV. The Soul EV features the same powertrain and batteries as the latest version of the e-Niro, offering 201bhp with a claimed range of 280 miles in its most powerful form. It will launch with a First Edition, which is priced from £33,795 (after the £3500 government grant). Notably, in the UK the third-generation Soul will be offered in full electric form only.

Kia Soul EV review

Mercedes-Benz GLA

The second generation of the compact crossover is again based on the A-Class hatch, but the ground clearance has been further raised and more rugged styling elements added. Mercedes has also put a focus on adding new technology and improving interior comfort, including a new free-standing digital instrument/infotainment panel. The launch line-up comprises the front-drive GLA 200, with a 161bhp 1.3-litre three-cylinder engine, and the hot Mercedes-AMG GLA 35, with a 302bhp turbocharged 2.0-litre unit. The latter model also gains a number of AMG styling elements. Further options will follow later in the year.

New Mercedes GLA receives more tech, space and comfort

Mercedes-AMG GLB 35

Mercedes-Benz’s compact seven-seat SUV has been given a makeover by the firm’s AMG performance arm. It produces 302bhp and 295lb ft from a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine (also seen in the GLA 35), making it 80bhp and 37lb ft more powerful than the current GLB range-topper. The GLB 35, which will still be offered with five or seven seats, has a 0-62mph time of 5.2sec, with a limited top speed of 155mph.

Mercedes-AMG GLB 35 review

Polestar 1

Volvo’s spin-off performance brand will focus on full electric models, but this limited-run 601bhp hybrid coupé is intended as a spectacular flagship model. Power comes from a 2.0-litre turbocharged and supercharged engine mated to three electric motors, yielding 738lb ft of torque and a 0-62mph time of 4.2sec. Just 1500 examples will be built in the next three years, and the £139,990 machine will be left-hand drive only.

Polestar 1 review

Porsche 718 GTS 

Autocar understands Porsche will bring back six-cylinder power for the 718 Cayman/Boxster with a range-topping GTS that’ll pack a naturally aspirated engine. That should help to appease those who decried a Porsche sports car with four cylinders - a particular issue in the US, it seems. Details are yet to be confirmed, but we expect it will be linked to the new 4.0-litre engine family that made its debut in the 718 Cayman GT4 and 718 Boxster Spyder.

Porsche 718 Cayman GTS review

Seat Leon

It’s a testament to just how good the current Leon is that it remains among the best in class seven years after its launch. Forget the Ateca; it’s the Leon that has given Seat the platform to grow and forge a reputation for cars capable of competing at the very top of the class. Now Seat has settled on a successful formula, it isn’t about to change it. So the new Leon will be based on the latest VW Golf and share much of its tech. It will also follow the Mk8 Golf’s strategy of offering greater refinement and all-round improvement over the current recipe, rather than adopting a more radical approach.

New 2020 Seat Leon: video previews hatch ahead of January reveal


Ford Kuga 

Revealed last April, the new Ford Kuga won’t be on sale for a few months yet. Ford acknowledges it has been slow to launch truly competitive SUVs. One in five Fords sold is an SUV, whereas across the industry it’s one in three. So the Kuga and the smaller Puma are leading the comeback. The new Kuga will be offered with petrol, diesel, mild hybrid, hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains. Using a platform shared with the Focus should ensure it has strong driving dynamics and the interior will be familiar from the big-selling family hatchback too.

New 2020 Ford Kuga: UK pricing and specs revealed

Hyundai i20

The latest version of the Korean firm’s Ford Fiesta rival is expected to feature a refreshed design that takes cues from the larger i30, along with upgraded interior technology taken from larger models in the range. While the regular i20 will likely continue with a range of small and efficient engines, Hyundai’s N division is also working on a high-performance i20 N hot hatch, which has been spied undergoing development work at the Nürburgring. 

New Hyundai i20 N hot hatch tests at the Nürburgring

Hyundai i30 N

Hyundai i30 N Hyundai’s Golf GTI-rivalling hot hatch and its Fastback sibling will be given mid-life makeovers shortly after regular versions of the i30 are updated. Don’t expect much in the way of power upgrades to go along with the refreshed styling, but Hyundai’s N performance arm could make revisions to the chassis and other areas to boost driver engagement.

Limited-run Hyundai i30 N Project C heading to Frankfurt

Land Rover Discovery Sport PHEV

A new hybridised version of Land Rover’s mid-sized family SUV is tipped to receive a three-cylinder engine. The powertrain - to be taken from the new Evoque - will mate a 197bhp 1.5-litre Ingenium petrol unit to a 107bhp electric motor and 11.3kWh lithium ion battery for an electric-only range of around 40 miles. We expect the PHEV to command a small premium over the £31,575 standard model.

Updated Land Rover Discovery Sport to get plug-in hybrid

Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600

The German car firm’s luxury brand has reworked the GLS large SUV into an ultra-luxury model designed to compete with the Bentley Bentayga. Featuring bespoke styling elements and standard 22in wheels, the GLS is powered by a turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 mated to a 48V electrical system, making it a mild hybrid. There’s a major focus on interior luxury, including nappa leather upholstery and – in four-seat guise – even the option of an in-car fridge.

Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 arrives to rival Bentley Bentayga


The GP tag returns to the Mini line-up with the fastest and most outlandish version of the model yet. Priced from £33,895, the three-door GP hatch features a 2.0-litre turbo motor tuned to deliver 302bhp and 332lb ft, giving a top speed of 164mph. There’s a large roof-mounted spoiler to help control that power, among a raft of other upgrades. A total of 3000 will be produced in Mini’s Oxford plant, with 575 destined for the UK.

302bhp Mini JCW GP is maker's fastest model yet

Range Rover Evoque PHEV

The compact Evoque will share a new three-cylinder petrol-electric powertrain with its larger Discovery Sport sibling. A CO2 output of 45g/km and electric-only range of around 40 miles strengthen the Evoque’s position as an urban-focused SUV, while fuel consumption is likely to be improved over the existing 2.0-litre mild hybrid diesel version.

No electric Range Rover Evoque planned, PHEV instead

Skoda Octavia Estate

The estate version of Skoda’s best seller has long been a popular choice for this seeking an affordable family car with vast amounts of interior space, and the new, Mk4 version will share all the upgrades with the hatchback variant. For the estate, that means both refreshed styling and an increase in size, adding 30 litres to the already substantial boot. A range of powertrains will be offered including, for the first time, a 201bhp plug-in hybrid. That said, the rear-mounted battery in that model does significantly reduce that lovely luggage space.

2020 Skoda Octavia ups the ante with plug-in hybrid and more tech



Commanding a near-50% price premium over the M2 Competition, the limited-edition CS features bespoke weight-saving elements – including a plastic bonnet and carbonfibre roof – and a 444bhp reworking of the standard car’s 3.0-litre straight six. The run-out model is available with a six-speed manual gearbox or seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, with adaptive suspension and M Sport seats as standard.

New BMW M2 CS: official details of 444bhp, £75k run-out special


The most powerful and fastest two-door model yet sold by the German car maker promises to be something pretty special. Available in top-level Competition form only in the UK, the hottest 8 Series variant will arrive wielding 616bhp from a 4.4-litre twin-turbocharged V8 - enough for a 0-62mph time of just 3.2sec. Yet it remains a luxurious, four-seat, leather-lined cruiser, with four-wheel drive to help transfer all that power to the road.

BMW M8 review

Citroën C5 Aircross plug-in hybrid

A significant car for the French brand: it’s Citroën’s first ever plug-in hybrid, and part of a much broader electrification offensive for the PSA Group. Sharing its petrol-electric powertrain with the plug-in Vauxhall Grandland X and Peugeot 3008 (albeit in a lower-powered form than top models), it makes 222bhp, promises an all-electric range of 31 miles and emits just 39g/km of CO2 officially. UK pricing starts from £35,340.

Citroën C5 Aircross review

Ferrari SF90 Stradale

Ferrari isn’t ditching petrol engines just yet; the heart of its new flagship model is a 769bhp twin-turbo V8. But since that’s clearly not enough power, the V8 is mated to three motors for four-wheel drive, 986bhp and 16 miles of electric-only running if you plug it in. According to Ferrari, the SF90 is faster than a LaFerrari, stops better than a LaFerrari and, even better, is a series production model.

SF90 Stradale hybrid is most powerful Ferrari road car yet

Honda Civic Type R Nürburgring Edition

Honda will be refreshing the Civic. This will mean tweaks to the Type R hot hatch, including exterior revisions and a boost in technology and perceived quality inside. But the biggest news is that there will be faster, more hardcore Nürburgring-focused special – inspired by the Type R that set a new front-wheel-drive lap record on the track – to rival the Renault Mégane RS Trophy.

Honda Civic Type R review

Honda E

Yes, it may have softened a bit from the ultra-retro Urban EV concept, but the Honda E is still a seriously cool-looking, compact electric city car that brings an air of premium rarely seen in a Honda. It’s a different league from a Jazz inside, too, with an array of hi-tech features. At around £27,000 (after the £3500 government grant), it isn't exactly a budget offering, and its 136-mile range is fairly modest, but that should make it significantly smaller and lighter than longer-range rivals.

First drive: Honda E 2019 prototype

Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 4Matic+

The gargantuan seven-seat GLS is the latest Mercedes SUV to receive the full AMG makeover. Described by Mercedes-AMG boss Tobias Moers as a vehicle for customers “not willing to accept compromises when it comes to versatility, effortless superiority and spaciousness”, the GLS 63 packs a 603bhp mild hybrid 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, giving a faintly ludicrous 0-62mph time of 4.2sec. Air suspension helps the ride, and the interior maintains seven seats and plenty of space for a modicum of practicality.

New Mercedes-AMG GLS 63 unveiled as 603bhp seven-seater


Aston Martin Vantage Volante

Aston Martin is going after the Porsche 911 Cabriolet with a drop-top version of the Vantage. The slightly heavier model will pack the same AMG-derived 503bhp V8 as its coupé sibling, with that car’s low front grille and ‘ducktail’ rear spoiler also carried over. The Vantage Volante is set to hit dealerships in spring and prices are expected to start from around £130,500.

Aston Martin preparing Vantage Roadster for 2020 reveal

Chevrolet Corvette

Chevrolet unwrapped the very first Corvette in 1953 as an attainable alternative to the wealth of ultra-exclusive exotics being produced by Ferrari, Maserati and Porsche, but not until now has ‘America’s sports car’ strayed so wildly from its 67-year-old formula. The C8-generation Vette ditches its traditional front-engined, rear-wheel-drive set-up for a mid-engined layout that allows for what Chevrolet calls a more ‘global’ cab-forward stance, improved interior and luggage space and predictable handling. A thumping 6.2-litre pushrod V8 engine remains, but it has been uprated to produce 495bhp in the entry-level Stingray variant – enough for a claimed sub-3.0sec 0-60mph time and an advantage over all direct rivals when it makes its eventual European debut. More powerful and pricier versions are to come, with a hybrid option said to offer around 1000bhp, but of special interest is an upcoming right-hand-drive variant (another first for the Corvette) that will seek to match the UK sales success of Ford’s latest Mustang in right-hand-drive form.

Chevrolet Corvette C8 review

Honda Jazz

The fourth generation of Honda’s UK best seller features revamped styling and hybrid-only powertrains. The supermini is powered by a downsized version of the CR-V SUV’s dual-motor hybrid system, and while Honda has yet to confirm its exact specifications, it claims the system will offer “an exceptional blend of strong and effortless driving performance and impressive fuel economy”.

New hybrid-only Honda Jazz unveiled

Jaguar F-Pace

Perceived quality and technology upgrades will be the focus of the F-Pace’s 2020 redesign. The SUV is set to benefit from systems first seen in the I-Pace and new mild hybrid engines will be introduced, but don’t expect any radical styling changes. While disguised prototypes clearly show the design influence of the updated F-Type - with slimmer headlights and brakelights - we can see that the BMW X5 rival retains key characteristics such as its rising beltline and rakish roofline.

Jaguar F-Pace 300 Sport 2019 UK review

Jaguar F-Type

The sports car has been sharpened up for 2020, with both the coupé and roadster receiving a redesigned front end that more closely matches the facelifted XE compact saloon. Interior upgrades have modernised the cabin, which remains driver focused and eschews analogue dials for a digital instrument cluster. It receives Jaguar’s latest infotainment software and materials quality has taken a step up, too, but the biggest change has been to the engine line-up. The V6 variant will no longer be sold in Europe, leaving a choice of two 5.0-litre supercharged V8s, with 444bhp and 567bhp, and a 2.0-litre turbo four-pot with 296bhp.

2020 Jaguar F-Type revealed with revised looks, no V6 engine

Jeep Gladiator 

About as big a vehicle as you can get on four wheels is coming to the UK. Surprisingly - given the popularity of pick-ups in the States - it’s Jeep’s first truck since 1992, but it’s hardly a step out of the off-road giant’s comfort zone. Measuring nearly 800mm longer than the four-door Wrangler SUV, the Gladiator can cram 725kg into its load bay and boasts a towing capacity of nearly 4.4 tonnes.

New Jeep Gladiator: heavy-duty pick-up launched

Lamborghini Sian

The fastest-accelerating Lamborghini yet is also the firm’s first hybrid – and the magical V12 survives as part of it. Officially named FKP 37 in honour of late VW Group boss Ferdinand Piech, the limited-run hypercar packs 774bhp from an uprated version of the firm’s 12-pot goliath, plus a low-output 48V electric motor for a total of 808bhp.

Lamborghini Sian FKP 37: 808bhp hybrid honours late VW boss

Lexus LC Convertible

The drop-top variant of Lexus’ BMW 8 Series rival has long been in development and will finally arrive this year in production form. A V6-powered hybrid version will arrive down the line, but for now we’ll make do with the LC500’s howling naturally aspirated 5.0-litre V8 - one of the last production engines of its kind - which should sound even better with the roof down.

Lexus LC500 Convertible will go on sale next year

Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupé

Mercedes’ controversial sloping-roofed GLE returns with a svelte redesign, new technology and electrified powertrains for 2020. On sale now from £72,530, the BMW X6 rival can be specified with a 3.0-litre diesel straight six in standard form, or the snorting 429bhp petrol powerplant of the full-fat AMG version.

Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupé review

Pininfarina Battista

The first offering from Automobili Pininfarina is a 1900bhp ‘halo’ model for a line-up that will stretch from electric hypercars to upmarket performance-themed SUVs. Much of the technology has been developed by the increasingly influential Rimac, and fine-tuned with input from Formula E racer Nick Heidfeld. It’s said to be the most powerful Italian road car yet, with its makers claiming a 0-62mph time of less than two seconds and a top speed of 217mph.

Pininfarina Battista: 1900bhp EV hits the road in new images

Polestar 2

Given the strong reputation of Polestar owner Volvo, the new performance brand’s first mainstream model, the 2, has good potential. The Tesla Model 3 rival is a five-door fastback with 402bhp, 487lb ft, a 0-62mph time of less than five seconds and a range of 311 miles. It sits on Volvo’s CMA platform, also used by the XC40 SUV, and will have a distinct Volvo flavour inside as well as bespoke technology. The 2 will be launched initially in top-spec First Edition form and sold online only.

New Polestar 2: 402bhp EV to cost £49,900

Porsche 911 Turbo

The new 911 Turbo will be a faster and pricier variant of Porsche’s flagship sports car. It’s likely to be powered by a 3.8-litre flat six with roughly 600bhp and be capable of more than 200mph, with styling changes including a redesigned rear end, new wheel designs and a quad-exit exhaust system.

Porsche 911 review

Volkswagen ID 3

This, VW claims, is its most important car since the original Golf. The first to be built on the electric MEB platform, it spearheads a huge EV push that will see almost every major vehicle category feature an electric VW. Our first test, in a prototype, suggests it’s a credible EV contender – and a truly good hatchback regardless of powertrain. It’s priced from £27,500 (after the £3500 government grant) - about the same as smaller rivals, showing how the brand’s enormous economies of scale seem to have given it the edge over other car makers.

Volkswagen ID 3 2020 review


Alpina B8

With the 8 Series launching in three bodystyles over the past year or so, it was only natural that long-standing performance brand Alpina would launch its own take on the range-topping model. Spotted initially in four-door Gran Coupé form, it’s expected to roll out to the coupé and convertible models in due course, taking the fight to the Porsche Panamera with a 600bhp 4.4-litre V8.

Alpina version of BMW 8 Series Gran Coupé seen testing


Only the spiciest Competition variant of BMW’s hot SUV will be heading to the UK, with a 616bhp twin-turbo 4.4-litre V8 paired with a rear-biased four-wheel drive system similar to the M5’s. The full-fat M model promises to demolish 0-62mph in 3.8sec, despite weighing almost 2.5 tonnes, and receives substantial chassis upgrades over the regular X5, along with a £110,610 price.

New BMW X5 M and X6 M gain 616bhp Competition variants

Jaguar XF

Expect changes as significant as the XE’s recent mid-life refresh, with cabin upgrades, expanded technology, an evolved exterior appearance and engines that are more efficient, as Jaguar gears up for a renewed attack on the German heavyweights. Early indications suggest the XF will gain a centre console set-up based on that of the I-Pace.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake review

Jeep Renegade PHEV

Jeep’s first plug-in hybrid has a 1.3-litre petrol engine, an electric motor and the promise of 31 miles of electric range. The company expects the electrified SUV to "sell in volume" and will price it aggressively to help its chances against more established rivals such as the Peugeot 3008 and Renault Captur PHEVs.

Jeep Renegade plug-in hybrid: technical details revealed

Lotus Evija

Claimed to be the “most powerful production car in the world”, the fully electric Evija is a spectacular statement of Lotus’s intent under new owner Geely. It’s unlike any car the Norfolk company has produced before, but the firm promises it will have Lotus-style handling alongside blistering acceleration and a top speed that starts with a two.

New Lotus Evija electric hypercar makes dynamic video debut

Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series

AMG’s fastest series production model yet is also the swansong for its GT flagship before the model makes the switch to an electrified four-wheel-drive powertrain in 2021. The Black Series will weigh roughly the same as the limited-run GT R Pro, but tweaks to the twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 will boost power to nearly 700bhp, with aero and chassis modifications enhancing all-round driveability.

Mercedes-AMG GT Convertible and Black Series confirmed

Toyota Corolla Trek

Toyota’s family hatchback goes rugged with a jacked-up, SUV-inspired Trek model. It will be available exclusively as an estate and, as with all models in the Corolla range, will be sold with only hybrid powertrains. Expect a £2000 increase over the standard model, in line with pricing for its Ford Focus Active rival.

Warm GR Sport and rugged Trek join Toyota Corolla line-up

Volkswagen Touareg R

The latest addition to Volkswagen’s rapidly expanding R performance range will be its first plug-in hybrid. It’s unclear yet whether it will use a plug-in version of the Touareg’s current V6 or the China-only 2.0-litre plug-in hybrid set-up. Either way, expect power to be pushed beyond 400bhp.

Hot VW Touareg R to arrive with plug-in hybrid power


Audi A3 Saloon

Booted version of the new A3 will rival the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupé and Mercedes-Benz A-Class saloon with subtly evolved styling and a range of petrol, diesel and plug-in powertrains. Pricing is expected to start at around the £26,000 mark, rising to more than £50,000 for the 400bhp RS3 variant.

New 2020 Audi A3 to spawn seven-strong model line-up

Audi S3

Audi’s next S3 hot hatchback is set to produce more than 300bhp from an uprated version of the VW Group’s EA888 2.0-litre turbo. There will be changes inside too, with the VW Golf R rival expected to feature a significant technology upgrade. As with its TTS sports car sibling - with which it shares an engine - it will gain a petrol particulate filter and is likely to be offered exclusively with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox.

2020 Audi S3: hot saloon variant spotted ahead of A3's reveal

Audi Q5

Ingolstadt’s mid-sized SUV will be subtly restyled for 2020, to bring it into line with its recently refreshed Q7 and A4 stablemates. We’re expecting new bumpers and lights to be among the more noticeable styling changes, with the interior set to receive Audi’s latest touchscreen infotainment technology.

New Audi Q5: updated SUV caught ahead of 2020 release

BMW 5 Series facelift

Despite BMW’s recent affinity for giant grilles, the new 5 Series will sport a much less in-your-face front end than the new X7 and 7 Series. More significant changes will happen inside, where the Mercedes E-Class rival stands to receive a revised central display with integrated infotainment functions, new instrument graphics and the latest version of BMW’s iDrive system.

New BMW 5 Series: 2020 facelift seen with less disguise

Ferrari 812 GTS

Hold on to your hats: the 780bhp drop-top 812 is the world’s most powerful production convertible and Ferrari’s first V12-powered drop-top in 50 years. Despite an increase in weight, the GTS is said to just about match the phenomenal performance figures of its fixed-head sibling, with the retractable hard-top opening all the way in 14 seconds.

New Ferrari 812 GTS is most powerful production convertible

Fiat 500e

That it’s taken so long to produce an electric version of the 500 exemplifies Fiat’s problems in recent years. It’s a natural pairing: the 500 is at its best in urban areas, where an EV comes into its own, and style-conscious buyers have always been willing to stump up a premium for a 500 – something the higher cost of EV tech requires. Specs are unconfirmed, but expect it to maintain the styling of the current car and have a relatively small battery pack to meet its city car brief. While it’s late coming, this could be the car that saves Fiat as a brand.

New electric Fiat 500 to lead five-model renewal plan

Hyundai i30

It won’t be an all-new model, but significant styling changes are planned for Hyundai’s Volkswagen Golf rival to keep it in contention as a new crop of family hatchback rivals arrive on the scene. A more distinctive look is promised for the i30, with revisions to the cabin aimed at improving the technology on offer and an engine range update.

Hyundai i30 Fastback N 2019 review

Jaguar E-Pace

An early refresh for Jaguar’s smallest SUV, which only arrived in 2018. Expanded safety and driver assistance systems will be the main focus, while the BMW X2 rival will receive a streamlined selection of engines and sharper styling based on the new XE and F-Type. The E-Pace’s interior layout and technology, however, are both still fresh, so we don’t expect to see any radical changes inside.

Jaguar E-Pace to follow XF and F-Pace with 2020 overhaul

Maserati Ghibli

This is an important year for Maserati - perhaps the brand’s most important in decades. Along with an all-new sports car, many of the Italian firm’s models will come in for a significant overhaul aimed at finally pushing volumes up to where they need to be. The Ghibli, Maserati’s BMW 5 Series rival, will receive the brand’s first hybrid powertrain and level two autonomous driving tech, along with revised styling inside and out.

Maserati confirms EVs, hybrids and a raft of new models

Maserati Levante

Joining the Ghibli will be an overhauled Levante. The premium SUV failed to deliver the sales figures that were expected of it and is now falling behind the pace. A mid-cycle refresh looks to bring it up to the class standard, particularly in terms of technology.

Maserati Levante review

Maserati Quattroporte

While the updated Levante should be the bigger seller, Maserati’s range-topping luxury saloon is also set to gain updated looks and interior refinements to raise its game against luxury rivals. It will also receive hybrid power, like its siblings.

Maserati confirms EVs, hybrids and a raft of new models

Mitsubishi Outlander

Mitsubishi secured a win with the Outlander as one of the first plug-in hybrid SUVs to market. But the product is dated now, which is why 2020 will bring a ground-up redesign, as spyshots have already shown. As well as a redesigned exterior and overhauled cabin, we can expect a major upgrade to its plug-in hybrid system focused on improving efficiency and all-electric range.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV review

Mercedes E-Class facelift

The 2020 E-Class is set to receive an exterior overhaul to bring it in line with the newer models in Mercedes’ range, including the A-Class and the recently introduced CLS. Saloon, coupé, estate and cabriolet models will all be offered, with interior upgrades likely to include the latest MBUX infotainment hardware. Voice control, touchpad-style steering wheel controls and an overhauled interface are expected. The engine line-up is unlikely to see a major shake-up, but more models will use Mercedes’ EQ Boost mild hybrid system to increase efficiency. The plug-in hybrid E350e will also make a return, alongside several hot AMG variants.

New 2020 Mercedes E-Class estate facelift spotted testing

Mercedes S-Class

The seventh generation of Mercedes-Benz’s flagship model will aim to further raise the bar in the luxury saloon segment – and it is expected to introduce new technology and systems that will eventually trickle down the range. Likely to be offered in long-wheelbase form only (good news for buyers who prefer to be driven), the S-Class will be built on an all-new Mercedes platform and spy shots suggest that it will feature the biggest touchscreen yet seen in any of the firm’s models. Expect a choice of petrol and diesel engines, along with mild hybrids and plug-in hybrids, before the arrival in 2022 of the all-electric EQS, bidding to be the world’s best all-round luxury EV.

2020 Mercedes S-Class seen testing with less disguise

Porsche 718 GT4 RS

Spotted just a day after Porsche’s boss of sports cars hinted that it was in development, the 718 GT4 RS is a feistier take on the acclaimed GT4. Powertrain mods are unconfirmed, but bodywork additions hint at some serious track potential. Porsche has never produced a GT4 RS before, claiming in the past that one would be too close to its 911 GT models in terms of price and performance, but the new 4.0-litre flat six found in the GT4 will need to see use in more models to justify its development costs. 

Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 review

Seat Ateca

The hugely popular SUV that transformed Seat’s fortunes is set to get its own transformation with a mid-life facelift, which will see the model brought into line with the newer Tarraco and soon-to-launch Leon with mild styling tweaks, greater levels of interior equipment and technology upgrades. More significantly, the addition of a hybrid powertrain would help Seat reach its electrification goals. It is likely to use the same 1.5-litre plug-in hybrid as the upcoming Leon, while other engines could receive the same 48V mild hybrid systems seen on other VW Group models.

New Seat Ateca facelift set to introduce hybrid variants

Skoda Octavia iV

The new version of Skoda’s best seller will gain a plug-in hybrid option for the first time, in both hatchback and estate forms. Both will be powered by a 1.4-litre petrol engine and a 101bhp electric motor, which will deliver a combined 201bhp through a six-speed DSG gearbox. Electric-only range is expected to be around 34 miles, and the saloon version should be capable of 0-62mph in 7.9sec. They will share the same exterior design as the standard Octavia, which has been updated to match Skoda's other non-SUV models, the Scala and Superb.

First drive: 2020 Skoda Octavia prototype

Toyota RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid

With 298bhp, the hot plug-in RAV4 will be the company’s quickest alternatively fuelled car yet, managing 0-62mph in 6.2sec while still delivering what Toyota calls “best in class” fuel economy and emissions. The fifth-generation RAV4 will be capable of 37 miles of electric-only running in PHEV form, which uses the same 2.5-litre petrol engine as the regular hybrid and has four-wheel drive as standard. It will also benefit from Toyota’s most up-to-date driver assistance systems and get interior technology upgrades including a colour head-up display.

Toyota RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid launched with 298bhp powertain

Toyota Yaris

Fresh from turning automotive vanilla, the Auris, into the dynamically engaging and interesting Corolla, Toyota aims to do a similar trick with the new Yaris, which is lower, wider and a touch shorter than before, making it the only supermini less than four metres in length. It has switched to a new platform, promising improved dynamics, and has a new interior that looks like a huge improvement over the drab Yaris it replaces. Unlike other Toyotas, 1.0-litre and 1.5-litre petrols will be offered alongside a 1.5-litre petrol-electric hybrid.

New 2020 Toyota Yaris revealed with ground-up redesign

Volkswagen Golf GTD

While other manufacturers are cutting back or abandoning diesel production altogether in 2020, Volkswagen is apparently persisting with a performance variant of the eighth-generation Golf that will drink from the black pump. It is expected to share a chassis with the Golf GTI and mirror it in terms of looks, but it will use a 2.0 TDI engine and mild hybrid technology. Little is known about power outputs, but it should exceed the previous model’s 181bhp and 280lb ft of torque.

New VW Golf GTI is one of four hot Golfs launching in 2020

Volkswagen Golf GTE

When it was revealed alongside the standard Golf, the GTE was the most powerful variant of the eighth-generation car. It will again combine a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine with an electric motor and 13kWh battery that will allow for up to 43 miles of zero-emissions driving. It will be able to reach 87mph without any assistance from the petrol engine, and while performance and economy figures have yet to be confirmed, a total power output of 242bhp puts it close to the petrol-only Golf GTI.

New VW Golf GTI is one of four hot Golfs launching in 2020

Volkswagen Golf GTI

Once the flagship of the Golf line-up, the GTI will be one of four hot Golfs when it arrives in 2020. There was heated debate within the halls of Wolfsburg as to whether this latest GTI would use a hybrid powertrain, but it was ultimately decided to follow the model set by the standard eighth-generation Golf and refine, rather than revolutionise. The GTI will arrive with 242bhp in standard form, with a GTI Clubsport promising 287bhp from the EA888 2.0-litre petrol engine. Styling is likely to be subtle but will still set the GTI apart from the regular Golf with dual-exit exhaust pipes, red brake calipers, larger air intakes and a more aggressive bodykit.

New VW Golf GTI is one of four hot Golfs launching in 2020

Volkswagen Golf R

The most powerful Golf variant is expected to again use a heavily modified version of VW’s venerable EA888 2.0-litre petrol motor, paired with four-wheel drive. It should be offered in two performance levels, with an entry-level R due to pack at least 300bhp to rival the likes of BMW’s M135i and the Mercedes-AMG A35. A range-topping Golf R Plus could then have that output boosted to 350bhp - less than the 400bhp previously rumoured that would have seen it go head to head with Mercedes-AMG’s A45.

New VW Golf GTI is one of four hot Golfs launching in 2020


Cupra Formentor

The flagship Cupra model will be a bespoke SUV, not a sports car. The production version of the Formentor will retain most of its concept car styling, with dimensions lower, wider and longer than the Ateca on which it is based. It will arrive with 1.4-litre petrol engine mated to an electric motor and dual-clutch DSG gearbox, providing a combined power output of 242bhp and a WLTP-certified electric range of around 30 miles. A petrol-only model has yet to be confirmed and will be quickly followed by Seat-badged versions with less powerful engines.

New Cupra Formentor hits the road ahead of mid-2020 debut

DS 8 Saloon

The French luxury brand’s flagship saloon will arrive on the PSA Group’s EMP2 platform, which also underpins the company’s Citroën C5 Aircross, Peugeot 508 and DS 7 Crossback. The DS 8 will share many design features with the 7 Crossback and is likely to use the same 296bhp plug-in hybrid ‘e-Tense’ powertrain, with turbocharged petrol and diesel variants also offered in order to compete with the established German saloon rivals.

New DS large saloon seen in disguise for the first time

Ferrari Roma

The car described by the firm itself as “a Ferrari for people scared of driving a Ferrari”, the front-engined two-seat Roma shares some underpinnings with the Portofino drop-top but features all-new styling, including active aerodynamics. Power comes from a revamped version of the turbocharged 3.9-litre V8 engine seen elsewhere in Ferrari’s line-up, partnered to the eight-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox that was introduced on the SF90 Stradale. The Aston Martin Vantage and Mercedes-AMG GT rival produces 612bhp, sent to the rear wheels, and will be capable of a 0-62mph time of 3.4sec and a top speed of more than 199mph.

Updated: More details on new V8-powered Ferrari Roma

Ford Mustang Mach-E

The Ford Mustang is arguably the antithesis of a high-riding electric SUV. It’s a muscle car, best served with a rorty V8 producing plenty of noise. So why has Ford stuck that pony badge on the Mustang Mach-E, its new high-riding electric SUV? The idea, according to Ford designer Murat Gueler, is to give its new EV a dose of the Mustang’s “emotion and drama” with muscle car-like styling, but without resorting to pastiche. The hope is that it can give the Mustang Mach-E, which will cost around £60,000 in 332bhp First Edition form, the premium sheen necessary to take on the likes of the Tesla Model Y. It certainly has the specs to do so – and hotter GT and Shelby versions are on the way in a bid to win over Mustang sceptics.

Electric Ford Mustang Mach-E is Tesla Model Y rival

Maserati Alfieri

The long-awaited Alfieri – Maserati’s first all-new model since 2015 – will spearhead the brand’s reinvention, showcasing its new electrified powertrains. The sports car will offer three electrified versions, including an EV with a tri-motor, four-wheel drive system and 800V battery technology, and a plug-in hybrid. The halo model will help Maserati position itself as both a performance car maker and tech leader within Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The potential of the marque will be under close scrutiny because of the imminent merger with the PSA Group, so what better way to get attention than by launching a pretty sports car?

All-electric Maserati Alfieri coming in 2020

Mercedes-Benz EQV

With the electric revolution in full swing, it’s unsurprising that Mercedes-Benz, king of filling niches before others, is one of the first to market with an electric luxury (albeit largely van-based) MPV. Based on the well-established V-Class, the EQV will deliver 252 miles of range and a choice of seating configurations.

Mercedes-Benz EQV: electric MPV makes debut at Frankfurt

Mini Countryman

Mini’s popular SUV is also its newest model, having launched in 2017, so a mid-cycle refresh will largely focus on updated looks and more equipment over any mechanical changes. The front and rear bumpers, front grille and lights are expected to change, with the introduction of adaptive matrix-beam LED headlights and standard LED tail-lights that bring the now-familiar Union Jack to the Countryman line-up. New personalisation options and a fresh range of wheel designs will complete the refresh. An unchanged engine line-up should see a 134bhp 1.5-litre three-cylinder petrol for the Cooper, a 189bhp four-cylinder for the Cooper S and a 302bhp 2.0-litre for the newly launched John Cooper Works model.

New Mini Countryman 2020 facelift seen in disguise

Seat Cupra Leon

Seat’s CEO has confirmed that the next-gen Cupra Leon, shod of the badges of its parent firm, will feature a plug-in hybrid powertrain. Whether it’ll be hybrid only or sold in two versions remains to be seen, but the PHEV Leon will have up to 245bhp and emit less than 50g/km of CO2. In that respect, it’ll share its powertrain, along with the updated MQB platform, with the Mk8 Golf. It’ll be available as a hatch and an ST estate.

New 2020 Cupra Leon to be part of seven-strong line-up

Skoda Octavia vRS

Skoda’s family-friendly hot hatch is, like its Spanish sibling’s, also being transformed for the new decade and going plug-in hybrid. Expect the same 245bhp powertrain. The vRS is also likely to be offered in conventional petrol and diesel form. A subtler, more sensible model, the vRS will again offer class-leading space and versatility, thanks to an estate option, alongside value, refinement and a technology overhaul.

New Skoda Octavia vRS to get more power and hybrid option

Skoda Superb PHEV

The first electrified Superb is set to get a 215bhp plug-in hybrid powertrain shared with the VW Passat GTE, consisting of a 154bhp turbocharged 1.4-litre four-cylinder petrol engine and 115bhp electric motor, linked to a six-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. It will be capable of up to 34 miles of electric-only driving. A brisk 0-62mph time of 7.4sec and a top speed of 139mph combine with official combined fuel economy of 156.9mpg and a 39g/km CO2 output - figures Skoda expects to help it to rapidly account for more than 30% of all UK Superb sales.

2020 Skoda Superb iV: plug-in hybrid pricing announced

Ssangyong Korando EV

The South Korean firm’s new Nissan Qashqai rival arrived in 2019 with conventional petrol and diesel powertrains but will soon gain an electric variant inspired by the recent e-SIV concept. It is expected to get only small visual changes compared with the conventionally powered car, which is now in its fourth generation. Ssangyong UK boss Nick Laird said the upcoming electric version would still be “a proper 4x4”, suggesting it will feature all-wheel drive and compete with the diesel version for towing ability.

2019 Ssangyong Korando to lead brand's electrification plans

Subaru Levorg

The second-generation Levorg will aim to turn around slow UK sales with an overhauled version of Subaru’s four-wheel-drive estate. It will be built on the Subaru Global Platform and be powered by a newly developed 1.8-litre turbocharged petrol engine. The company is also working on a performance version, dubbed STI Sport, which should feature an increased power output and more aggressive styling.

New Subaru Levorg revealed as 'grand touring' estate

Tesla Model Y

A high-riding SUV reworking of the Model 3, the Model Y is the most sensible Tesla yet, adding extra practicality to the Model 3’s compelling mix of electric power and style. It shows the growing maturity of Tesla as an established car firm capable of producing desirable cars - although time will tell if UK deliveries meet expectations on timing.

Seven-seat Tesla Model Y revealed with 300-mile range


Alfa Romeo Tonale

If ever a maker was betting on a car’s success, it’s Alfa Romeo and its Tonale. The small SUV, based on a Jeep platform, underlines Alfa’s determination to hit 400,000 sales annually, up from 150,000 in 2018. The BMW X1 rival will be the brand’s first car to offer plug-in hybrid technology. Styling is closely aligned with the larger Stelvio but also aims to reference previous Alfa models; the Tonale concept’s 21in wheels are inspired by the 33 Stradale and the front LED lights by the SZ and Brera.

New Alfa Romeo Tonale: 2020 production car leaks online

Alpina XB7

BMW doesn’t currently offer a full-fat M variant of its largest SUV, leaving Alpina to fill the gap. The XB7 is set to receive the brand’s usual visual upgrades, including large multi-spoke wheels, redesigned front bumper and Alpina badging, along with an overhauled suspension system focused on ride comfort. It will most likely use the 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 found in the X7 M50i, with performance boosted to around 600bhp - the amount offered by the same unit in the B5 saloon and estate. There could also be a high-performance XD7 diesel variant in the works.

Alpina version of BMW X7 seen testing for the first time

McLaren 750LT

A faster, lighter ‘long tail’ version of the 720S hasn’t yet been confirmed by McLaren, but it’s a natural progression of the model in line with the brand’s other offerings, including the 600LT. Power gains will be as big as those seen when the 570S became the 600LT, suggesting around 740bhp, and the production version should weigh in at significantly less than the 720S when it arrives. Early prototypes have been spied at the Nürburgring without the signature long-tail design or the top-exit exhausts seen on the 600LT, although these are expected to appear once McLaren’s engineers find an aesthetically pleasing way to incorporate them into the 720’s design.

Likely McLaren 750LT prototype tests at Nurburgring

Mercedes-Benz EQA

Mercedes’ entry-level EQ model will eschew the hatchback stylings of the A-Class and instead mimic the popularity and practicality of the GLA crossover. This bodystyle leaves more space under the seats for battery cells without impacting on interior room, thanks to a higher roofline. Little is known about the electric powertrain it will use, other than a predicted range of around 249 miles. It should be priced to compete directly with the BMW i3, with styling that borrows heavily from the EQC electric SUV.

Mercedes EQA: 2020 electric crossover previewed in new image


MG is aiming to build on the UK sales success of its debut electric car, the ZS EV, by introducing a petrol-electric plug-in version of its larger HS SUV. With a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine providing 166bhp and an electric motor delivering 121bhp through a 10-speed automatic gearbox, the value-led PHEV will be the most powerful MG since 2003’s V8-powered MG X-Power SV. It should manage the 0-60mph sprint in around 5.8sec, while covering up to 47 miles on electric power alone.

MG Motor HS review

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

The Eclipse Cross has only been on sale in the UK for around a year, but Mitsubishi is expected to update its mid-sized SUV with changes to the love-or-hate styling. The refresh will form part of the brand’s plan to better differentiate its cars, with the ASX crossover shrinking and the Outlander growing in size to make the Eclipse the clear middle child of the range. It is expected to see hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrain options added to the line-up, but little is known about the potential power outputs or the effect they will have on emissions and economy.

Mitsubishi plans new SUV strategy

Porsche Panamera

A subtle visual refresh for Porsche’s four-door grand tourer will aim to bring it in line with the 992-generation 911, with new tail-lights joined by an LED strip, redesigned bumpers and a reprofiled grille that will make room for additional semi-autonomous driving systems. The Panamera should also see its first mild hybrid powertrains, with the S and 4S models gaining 48V electrical architecture on top of the familiar 2.9-litre twin-turbo V6 engine. This will later be followed by a plug-in hybrid.

Porsche Panamera 2020 facelift spotted barely disguised


Audi A3 E-tron

Audi will look to further expand its electrified line-up with a successor to the plug-in hybrid A3. While little is known about its powertrain, or whether it will retain the original PHEV’s front-driven layout, it is understood to borrow battery technology from the brand’s E-tron SUV to allow for increased electric range. The A3 E-tron will receive the same interior technology, which Audi claims will make it the most advanced hatchback in the class, and it should be the most powerful model in the line-up until the S3 and RS3 arrive in 2021.

New 2020 Audi A3 to spawn seven-strong model lineup

Audi E-tron GT

This sleek saloon is Ingolstadt’s flagship electric model, and sister car to the Porsche Taycan. The sleek, A7-sized fastback is expected to deliver 248 miles of electric range and be the fastest-charging Audi EV yet, thanks to 350kW rapid charging capability. A 96kWh battery takes up the entire underfloor area between the front and rear axles, giving the GT a centre of gravity on a par with the R8 supercar, while twin electric motors provide comparable performance. A combined 582bhp allows for 0-62mph in 3.5sec and a 149mph top speed.

Audi E-tron GT concept 2018: first drive of electric sports saloon

Audi R8

Audi first presented a second-generation electric version of its R8 supercar in 2015, and it will finally go into limited production five years later. Substantial developments in EV powertrains over the past five years mean power outputs and range are expected to improve over the original R8 E-tron, which was capable of the 0-62mph sprint in 4.2sec and a limited top speed of 124mph - but Audi’s focus will be to bring the price down to a more reasonable figure. The original R8 E-tron cost around £850,000, and fewer than 100 were sold before production was halted after 16 months. Autocar understands Audi is planning to make the R8 electric-only for its next generation, and this EV reworking of the current model will act as a preview for it.

Audi Sport to go electric with RS-branded E-tron GT


New electric model will add a zero-emissions option to BMW’s mainstream SUV line-up. Barely disguised prototypes show off a strong resemblance to the conventionally fuelled X3, with visual differences limited primarily to a blanked-off front grille and absent exhaust pipe. Previously revealed technical details indicate that a 70kWh battery pack will offer a range of nearly 250 miles - slightly more than the Audi E-tron - and permanent four-wheel drive is likely to be carried over from the 2017 iX3 concept.

BMW iX3 electric SUV spotted in near-production guise

Citroën C4 Cactus EV

The quirkiest model in Citroën’s current line-up gets an electric variant, sitting on the same platform as the e-Corsa of PSA Group sibling Vauxhall. That means a 50kWh battery pack will send power to a 134bhp front-mounted electric motor, giving the larger C4 a slightly reduced range of around 200 miles.

New 2020 Citroën C4 Cactus to feature electric powertrain

Ford Puma ST

It’s not hybrid or pure electric, but Ford’s next ST will rewrite the hot hatchback rulebook by bringing the raw excitement of the celebrated Fiesta ST to the small crossover class. It was always a natural fit for the return of the Puma name that once graced a low-cost but entertaining coupé. Expect a drivetrain similar in execution to the Fiesta’s, with a 197bhp 1.5-litre three-pot engine and, we hope, some of that car’s handling nous.

New Ford Puma: sporty small SUV revealed

McLaren Elva

The latest Ultimate Series McLaren is a two-seat open-top roadster with a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine producing more than 800bhp - and no roof, windscreen or side windows. Instead, the Elva uses an active air management system built into the bonnet that deflects air above the occupants above certain speeds. According to the company, it should reach 62mph in “under three seconds” and can manage 0-124mph in 6.7sec, making it faster than the track-focused Senna. The Elva will be limited to just 399 examples and cost from £1.4m.

McLaren Elva revealed as 804bhp Ultimate Series roadster

Mercedes-Benz EQB

Mercedes has only just launched the GLB and is wasting no time in moving on to the full-electric EQB version. Twin motors and a range of around 310 miles are expected. We have some reservations over the GLB’s dynamics, but the EQB could find a niche as a compact premium seven-seat SUV.

New Mercedes-Benz EQB: electric compact SUV hits the road

Porsche 911 GT3

The first 992-generation Porsche to come through the brand’s Motorsport operation at Weissach, the new GT3 is set to use the same naturally aspirated 4.0-litre flat six engine as the limited-run 991-series 911 Speedster. Performance should therefore match or exceed the 503bhp Speedster, with a track-focused suspension setup, large rear wing for increased downforce and an optional manual gearbox on the cards as well.

Next-gen Porsche 911 GT3 tipped to use 4.0-litre flat six

Seat El-Born

The Spanish brand’s debut EV will be a sibling to the Volkswagen ID 3, becoming the first non-VW model to launch on the MEB electric architecture. Its electric powertrain is likely to be closely aligned to the ID 3, meaning a rear-driven motor and a range of power outputs and battery capacities. Sitting on a skateboard chassis, the El Born will be capable of 100kW DC rapid charging and should deliver around 260 miles of electric range.

New Seat El-Born: 2020 electric hatchback begins testing

Tesla Model S Plaid

The dual-motor Model S Performance is already capable of 0-60mph in 2.4sec and has a top speed of 162mph, but the recent arrival of Porshce’s Taycan has seen the electric car pioneer head to the Nürburgring in an effort to best its German rival’s lap times. The Model S Plaid (named in reference to classic Mel Brooks comedy Spaceballs) will gain an extra motor, allowing for torque vectoring, and battery capacity will be increased to deliver more performance without sacrificing range. Prototype cars have been spotted with dramatic rear wings, a wider rear track, bigger wheels and lowered suspension, but it is unknown how much will make it through to production.

Tesla ‘Plaid’ three-motor system coming to Model S 'in 2020’

Tesla Model X Plaid

Any improvements Tesla makes to the Model S saloon in its goal to best the Porsche Taycan will then be carried across to what is already the fastest-accelerating seven-seater on sale. Upping the Model X motor count to three could see it shed even more time off an already meteoric 0-60mph time of 2.7sec, while battery capacity is also expected to increase.

Tesla ‘Plaid’ three-motor system coming to Model S 'in 2020’

Rolls-Royce Ghost

Last year, the new Ghost was spied at the Nürburgring being benchmarked against a BMW M5. You don’t do that if you’re only expecting the owner to sit in the back. The Ghost will take on the new Flying Spur with a 6.6-litre twin-turbo V12 and is expected to gain four-wheel drive for the first time.

New 2020 Rolls-Royce Ghost hits the Nurburgring

Toyota Yaris GR

Okay, so it’s not a hybrid, but this bonkers new-age hot hatch is a statement of intent for Toyota’s exciting future. “No more boring cars,” said president Akio Toyoda in 2018. Does 257bhp from the lightest production 1.6-litre engine ever made, four-wheel drive, new double wishbone suspension and a bespoke bodyshell count? The Yaris GRMN was the first glimmer of change at Toyota, and this is the electrifying result.

First drive: 2020 Toyota GR Yaris prototype

Vauxhall Corsa-e VXR

Before the PSA Group bought Vauxhall, the idea of the brand pioneering in the hot hatch sector seemed surprising. After all, nothing launched in recent memory could be described as innovative. But the Luton firm has been first to stick its head above the parapet and confirm its next small VXR model, the Corsa, will be all-electric. Gone will be the days of VXRs loudly bouncing off the redline around Britain’s suburbs on a Friday night. It’s perhaps best not to get too excited at this stage. Autocar understands that initially we’ll see cosmetic and handling upgrades rather than a significant power boost, but a performance hike should feature later. Besides, with a 0-62mph time of 8.1sec and instant torque, the Corsa-e isn’t exactly sluggish. Expect a reveal of the Corsa-e VXR in the latter half of this year, with sales starting at the end of the year. Amazingly, ‘VXR’ will also be used to the Vivaro van.

Vauxhall to bring back VXR sub-brand as all-electric range

Volkswagen Golf Estate

While the eighth-generation Golf won’t be offered in three-door, Plus or Cabriolet forms, the range will include a wagon bodystyle towards the end of the year. The Golf Estate will, of course, offer a bigger boot than the standard hatchback while retaining the same styling, tech-laden cabin and selection of petrol, diesel and hybrid powerplants.

New 2020 Volkswagen Golf gains mild hybrid engines, new technology

Volvo XC40 Recharge

The Swedish brand’s first EV takes the immensely popular XC40 and swaps the conventional powertrain for a 201bhp electric motor mounted to each axle. Combined, they deliver 402bhp and 487lb ft of torque, which helps the compact SUV achieve achieve 0-62mph in 4.9sec and a limited top speed of 112mph. A 78kWh battery should manage at least 248 miles of range and be capable of 150kW DC rapid charging. The XC40 Recharge will also be the first Volvo to use an all-new infotainment system developed by Google.

Volvo reveals XC40 Recharge as first full electric model

Wiesmann Sports Car 

After a short hiatus, German sports car maker Wiesmann will return with the cryptically named ‘Project Gecko’, a lightweight roadster set to use a twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 powertrain sourced from BMW’s M division. The front-mid-mounted engine will power the rear wheels through a BMW-sourced automatic gearbox and promises 50/50 weight distribution, along with styling inspired by the the limited-edition GT MF5 of 2009.

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14 April 2017
The Jaguar I-Pace is probably the most interesting car in the UK this year. The first evidence of the seismic shift that Tesla is creating in the market, but also a great symbol of the energy and foresight of the Jaguar team. Maybe it will be better than the Model X?

Globally the Tesla Model 3 will be the big news IMHO.

Looking forward, it will be fascinating to see how Porsche transitions the 911, one of the most iconic vehicles ever, to hybrid power.

7 December 2017

Will it look like all the others - or like the concept which screams 'Ferrari' - and is there anyone still left who hasn't yet jumped on to the SUV bandwagon with something big and ugly?

2 August 2019

Nice cars.

24 June 2017
Don't forget.. the All-New Rolls Royce Phantom 8 should be added. It is being revealed at a special event in Mayfair, London. Date: 27 7 2017. Regards Stuart Burden

18 December 2017

Where is Alfa? And I mean Alfa Alfa not FIAT Alfa. Dear Mr Sergio, I assume you have heard of the expression "running to stand still"? The others are moving on, while Alfa stays put? Fix the (real/perceived) criticisms of the Giulia/Stelvio in a refresh. Add awesome sound system (it does not have to be a known brand) as standard, as I bet few spec it anyway but many will appreciate. Smaller Giulia/SUV? Sort of Giulietta/156? What about slightly raised ground clearance, I mean slight, and give it a 5 door (gran?) coupe body? I am in on this. 

Oh wait, you liked the Steve Jobs approach- Say nothing until it is actually ready to ship? Well, if anyone had a plan, he did. And the rumour sites were predicting very close to the actual outcome, so we knew what to expect and some of us waited for the leaked "surprise".

If Jaguar can be turned around, and I think their cars are also half a point below the Germans in the things that don't really matter but sound good in the reviews (touch screens? Really?), and some South Asia countries can rattle the same Germans, why can't the huge FCA do it right with the world's most loved but undersold brand? 

18 December 2017

Spare us the picture of the bentayga. It's nearly Christmas after all, and if you don't remove it, Santa might put you on the naughty list. Please.

22 December 2017

I assume you have never driven a Bentayga - well i have many times and it is a true brilliant car in all ways...... dont trash it until you have tried it.

16 February 2018
jonboy4969 wrote:

I assume you have never driven a Bentayga - well i have many times and it is a true brilliant car in all ways...... dont trash it until you have tried it.

Only if you're on the inside looking out and you've never driven a real Bentley.  The VW clones have no lambswool rugs, no Wilton carpet, no mirrored burr walnut reflecting its pattern across the dash and fore-aft down the door cappings.  When you're on the outside of a Bentayga looking in, you struggle to keep your lunch down.

Chop-chop, cost-cut.  Truly ghastly.

22 June 2018
pauld101 wrote:

jonboy4969 wrote:

I assume you have never driven a Bentayga - well i have many times and it is a true brilliant car in all ways...... dont trash it until you have tried it.

Only if you're on the inside looking out and you've never driven a real Bentley.  The VW clones have no lambswool rugs, no Wilton carpet, no mirrored burr walnut reflecting its pattern across the dash and fore-aft down the door cappings.  When you're on the outside of a Bentayga looking in, you struggle to keep your lunch down.

Chop-chop, cost-cut.  Truly ghastly.

Umm, Yes i have, i have drived the supercharged Blower, and thats about as real as you can get, as well, as many bentleys and Rolls from the 40's-70's, in fact i will be at the Burleigh RR and Bentley event where i will be driving six cars - including the new Phantom 8.. and new Bentley Conti GT....

21 May 2018
jonboy4969 wrote:

I assume you have never driven a Bentayga - well i have many times and it is a true brilliant car in all ways...... dont trash it until you have tried it.

I assume you didnt realise its just a Q7 in a party dress with an inflated price tag, oh and its bloody ugly. 


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