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From Abarth to Zenvo, welcome to our comprehensive guide to all the new metal arriving in 2024

As we settle in to the year, you might begin to wonder about the year ahead – and which new cars are on their way. Wonder no longer: welcome to our preview of the new cars coming to the UK in 2024, from Alfa Romeo to Zenvo.

It's set to be an exciting year, with several critical new arrivals including Citroën's new £22,000 electric crossover and the next-generation Mini hatch.

But it's not just electric cars, as we're also anticipating the arrival of exotics like the new Bentley Continental GT and replacement for the Bugatti Chiron.

It will also be a year of evolution for several big brands, with Abarth launching its first hot crossover, and Range Rover launching its first battery-electric car, to name just a couple.

Read on for our guide to new cars coming in 2024.

New cars coming in 2024

Abarth 600e

Electric hot-hatch-crossover will be Abarth’s second hot EV. It looks set to adopt the Fiat 500e’s 152bhp motor and will almost definitely gain an array of lurid paint schemes and a stiffened chassis. We expect the 600e to come with a Scorpion Track driving mode, like its smaller sibling. It will likely be good for a 7.0sec 0-62mph time.

Everything we know about the Abarth 600e

AC Cobra GT Roadster

Classic Cobra package gets a radical reinvention thanks to a 654bhp V8 and carbonfibre body. The Cobra GT Roadster is made by AC, its first new model since it appointed Swiss financial backer David Conza as CEO in May 2022. It’s set to start from £285,000 and has a bespoke aluminium spaceframe chassis designed in Italy by Icona Design Group and Cecomp. It’s set to be built in the UK.

Everything we know about the AC Cobra GT Roadster

Aiways U5

Aiways may well be a brand you’ve not heard of. But the firm has come on leaps and bounds since its introduction in 2017, priding itself on its ‘clean sheet’ approach to car manufacturing. The U5 is a competent if uninspiring family SUV that also has been available elsewhere in Europe for a while.

Read our Aiways U5 review

Alpine A290

The spirit of Renaultsport has been revived for a rework of the upcoming Renault 5 with extra power, differential-simulating torque vectoring on the front axle, hydraulic bump stops and A110 brakes. Could it be the first truly great electric hot hatch?

Everything we know about the Alpine A290

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Alpine GTX-Over

Renault performance brand taps into the mainstream with a sporting compact SUV based on the electric Mégane’s platform. Don’t expect a jacked-up A110 - it’ll be much more like a Lotus Eletre or Polestar 3. It will likely utilise a second motor on the rear axle, much like Nissan’s range-topping e-4orce Ariya, which is also on the Mégane platform.

Everything we know about the Alpine GTX-Over

Ariel Nomad 2

It was a daft idea: take the Atom and turn it into a lightweight, minimalist, no-nonsense off-roader. A daft idea that worked brilliantly. The Nomad has been around since 2015, and a sequel is finally due. We don’t know much about it yet, although intriguingly Ariel has won a government grant to develop a Nomad EV.

Read our Ariel Nomad review

Audi A5

The combustion A4 will be renamed A5 when it’s replaced with an all-new model in late 2024 as Audi will designate internal-combustion-engined cars with odd numbers. The new A5’s styling is an evolution of the current model, with more angular headlights and a flatter front grille. The A5 will continue to offer petrol, diesel, mild-hybrid and plug-in hybrid engines. Well-placed Igolstadt insiders say the range-topping RS5 will be a hybrid.

Everything we know about the new Audi A5

Audi A6 E-tron

Whether in saloon or estate form, the A6 has long been at the heart of Audi’s range, so this first electric version is very significant. The BMW i5 rival sits on a new EV platform co-developed by Audi and Porsche and will offer a range of 435 miles at launch.

Everything we know about the Audi A6 E-tron

Bentley Continental

Crewe’s fabled W12 is on the way out, and it’s set to be replaced by a PHEV powertrain. But don’t fret too much: it won’t just be about boosting economy. Expect it to take learnings from the fierce V8 system in Porsche’s Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid – and expect the Conti to retain plenty of British luxury.

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Read our Bentley Continental prototype review

Bugatti Bolide

Think the 300mph, 1580bhp quad-turbocharged W16-engined Chiron is a bit tame? This one’s for you, then. The Bolide is what happens when Bugatti makes a track car: a £3.4 million maniac that weighs 1450kg while packing a whopping 1825bhp.

Everything we know about the Bugatti Bolide

Bugatti hypercar

Bugatti plans to mark 115 years by replacing the Chiron. Happily, the firm’s takeover by Rimac doesn’t mean it will be electric. Instead, it will be a hybrid – one “unlike anything else on sale”.

Everything we know about the new Bugatti hypercar

BMW 1 Series

We’re expecting significant design changes to the F40 hatchback both inside and outside in a refresh this year, including a less cluttered cockpit with BMW’s latest iDrive system and cues bringing it into line with the new X1 and X2. Hurrah!

BMW M5 Touring

The first estate-bodied uber-5 Series since 2010 will pack a V8 plug-in hybrid system, expected to kick a whopping 790bhp and 737lb ft through both axles.

Everything we know about the BMW M5 Touring


Internal-combustion X3 grows in size to help differentiate it from the BMW X1. It gains more electrified engines, so expect a 48-volt mild-hybrid 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol as well as a diesel. 3.0-litre petrol and diesels will most likely join the setup. The Neue Klasse electric iX3 will follow in 2026.

Everything we know about the new BMW X3

BYD Seal U

Chinese brand BYD takes its UK line-up to four cars with the Seal saloon's SUV sibling. Given the brand's affinity for fun names like Dolphin, Seagull and Atto 3, it's a shame it's decided to rebadge the Song Plus Champion Edition as the Seal U for Europe, but this is clearly a sensibly machine for sensible families, so best leave some quirkiness at the door. There will be a pure EV with a choice of two batteries or a plug-in hybrid which should be able to drive up to 93 miles with the engine off.

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Read our BYD Seal U PHEV review

Cupra Leon

You won't mistake Spain's Golf GTI for a Seat again, as Cupra ushers in a more purposeful look that brings it into line with the newer (and Cupra-only) Born, Formentor and Tavascan. The Leon will follow the closely related VW Golf in gaining some extensive tech and mechanical upgrades for 2024, with longer-range PHEVs, quicker infotainment and – praise be – more buttons and switches on the cards.

Everything we know about the new Cupra Leon

Cupra Tavascan

2024 Cupra Tavascan at the Munich motor show – front quarter

The Tavascan arrives in late 2024 as a sportier take on the VW Group’s MEB-based SUVs, the Audi Q4 E-tron, Volkswagen ID 4 and Skoda Enyaq. At launch, there will be a 335bhp dual-motor, four-wheel drive range-topper capable of reaching 62mph in 5.6sec, plus a less powerful rear-wheel drive model with a range of 340 miles. 

Everything we know about the Cupra Tavascan

Dacia Bigster

Kick-starting the brand's push into the crucial C-segment, the Bigster is a 4.6-metre-long rival to the Ford Kuga and will cost less than £40,000 when it is launched later this year. It will be based on the same CMF platform as its similar-size Renault Group siblings, the Nissan X-Trail and Renault Austral, and is being engineered from the off with an outright focus on affordability.

Everything we know about the Dacia Bigster

Dacia Duster

An early contender for bargain of the year? Dacia's 4x4 has swapped onto a new platform for a promised boost in refinement and capability, and is now available with hybrid power for the first time.

Read our Dacia Duster review

Dacia Spring

Dacia Spring front quarter tracking

One of Europe’s cheapest electric cars finally comes to the UK next year, receiving a light interior update in the process. It’s expected to bring improvements to perceived interior quality and technology, but without lifting the price above £20,000. That will make it Britain’s cheapest full-size electric car by quite some margin.

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Read our Dacia Spring review

DS 4 E-Tense

Electric version of posh French hatchback will be closely related to the new Peugeot E-3008 with which it shares a platform. That means it should be available with either a 73kWh or 98kWh (the latter giving an impressive 435-mile range) and up to 316bhp in a performance-flavoured range-topper.

Ferrari EV

Ferrari hasn’t said what form its first EV will take, but it will feature in-house batteries, motors and electronics. The CEO has driven a prototype but would only say: “I like it a lot.”

Ferrari SF90 XX Stradale

The hallowed XX moniker has made its way onto a road car – Ferrari’s most powerful one yet. This extreme take on the SF90 Stradale ramps the hybridised V8 up to 1016bhp, wears more aero kit than an A380 and can crack 0-62mph in just 2.3sec.

Read our Ferrari SF90 XX Stradale review

Fiat Panda

The Italian cousin of the ë-C3 will hark back to its 1980 progenitor with retro design and a simple kit offering. It will also offer both combustion and electric powertrains and should undercut the £28,195 Fiat 500 EV.

Everything we know about the new Fiat Panda

Fiat Topolino

Turin’s 1950s-flavoured take on the Citroën Ami can be specified without doors, which would be rather more appropriate on Camber Sands than in Camberwell, where you’re more likely to see one. It’s sure to be the ultimate conversation starter.

Everything we know about the Fiat Topolino

Ford Capri

The Blue Oval will resurrect the hallowed Capri name for its second electric crossover on Volkswagen's MEB platform, serving as a direct rival to the Volvo C40 and Peugeot e-3008. It will look more like a raised saloon than an SUV-coupé – similar to the Polestar 2 – with a raft of bespoke design cues to differentiate it from the larger Explorer, and possibly with nods back to its iconic namesake. 

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Everything we know about the Ford Capri

Ford E-Transit Courier

Your local postie's van just got a big glow-up. Ford's smallest van has been reinvented with a bold new look, a tech-heavy cockpit modelled on the Focus and the option of all-electric power. The Tourneo Connect passenger version will follow later, as a (very) indirect replacement for the Fiesta. Well, it'll be Ford's cheapest car, anyway.

Everything we know about the Ford E-Transit Courier

Ford E-Transit Custom

Don't skip over this one - it could be one of the most important new model launches of 2024. Seriously. The Transit Custom is (quite comfortably) the UK's best-selling vehicle, so the arrival of an all-electric version with up to 236 miles of range is pretty important. Full details are still to come, but it looks likely to get the 68kWh battery from the bigger E-Transit, and could pack up to 265bhp in its most potent form.

Everything we know about the Ford E-Transit Custom

Ford Mustang

Ford has given the good ol’ fashioned pony car a reprieve as the Mustang screeches into its seventh era with a reassuringly familiar recipe. More an evolution than a revolution, the S650 is still powered by an atmospheric 5.0-litre V8, which still drives the rear wheels and still makes an excellent noise. Change isn’t always necessary.

Read our Ford Mustang review

Jaecoo 7

Chinese car giant Chery is coming to the UK with Omoda (further down this list) and the Jaecoo brand. 

The 7 SUV is Hyundai Tucson-sized and will likely come with plug-in hybrid powertrains. A dealer network of 50 sites is being set up, with franchise partners including Listers and Peter Vardy.

Everything we know about the Jaecoo 7

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Jeep Avenger 4x4

Four-wheel-drive version of Jeep’s baby EV will blend urban manoeuvrability with brand-appropriate ruggedness.

Read our Jeep Avenger review

Jeep Recon

Jeep’s electric Land Rover Defender rival gets 600bhp and a 3.5sec 0-62mph time. The car’s upright stance and square front end are borrowed from the Wrangler, and like that SUV, the doors can be removed.

Everything we know about the Jeep Recon

Kia EV3

Kia’s push into more affordable EVs will begin with this futuristic Soul successor, due to arrive with a price tag of around £28,500. It will use the E-GMP platform and offer multiple powertrains, including a rapid GT one.

Everything we know about the Kia EV3

Kia EV6

Where has the time gone? The Kia EV6 will have been on sale for four years in 2024, which means the electric coupe crossover is due a significant facelift. So far, all we’ve seen of the new EV6 is a camouflaged prototype undergoing on-the-road testing, but initial spy photos hint at design changes in line with the new EV9, plus some technology adjustments to improve range and efficiency.

Read our Kia EV6 review

Koenigsegg Gemera

Koenigsegg doesn’t do normal. So its first four-seater can be had with either a camless twin-turbo triple or a twin-turbo V8 engine within a PHEV system to offer either 1381bhp or 2268bhp. Because of course it can.

Everything we know about the Koenigsegg Gemera

Lamborghini Huracan

Baby Lambo comes of age with a hybridised, twin-turbo V8 that spins to 10,000rpm and a dramatic new look modelled on the V12 Revuelto. Rally-ready Sterrato has set a high bar.

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Everything we know about the new Lamborghini Huracan

Lotus Emeya

2024 Lotus Emeya – front quarter

Lotus’s electric reinvention continues with the new Emeya, a sleek luxury saloon rivalling the Porsche Taycan with outputs of up to 905bhp. Range is claimed to be “broadly similar” to the Eletre, which achieves 373 miles in entry-level and S guises, and 304 miles in high-powered R form. 

Everything we know about the Lotus Emeya

Maserati Granturismo Folgore

Maserati Granturismo Folgore front quarter tracking

Take the handsome new Maserati Granturismo, swap its 'Nettuno' V6 for three electric motors and you get the Folgore. With 751bhp and 996lb ft, it's by far the quickest GT in a straight line, dispatching the 0-62mph sprint in 2.7sec. Early signs point to it being an engaging steer, too.

Read our Maserati GranTurismo Folgore review

Maserati Grancabrio

Maserati Grancabrio without camouflage driving past bush

The Granturismo with its roof lopped off, the Grancabrio is expected to offer the same mix of ICE and electric powertrains, with only a slight penalty to performance. The soft-top is expected to arrive in the second half of 2024, after the coupé.

Everything we know about the new Maserati Grancabrio

Maserati Grecale Folgore

Maserati Grecale Folgore – front quarter

This family SUV will be key to Maserati's assault on the electric car market, as one of six EVs it's launching by 2025. Its performance won't be quite as outrageous as the Granturismo Folgore's but still strong, with more than 500bhp and a 0-62mph time of 4.5sec.

Everything we know about the Maserati Grecale Folgore

Maserati MC20 Folgore

The first electric supersports car. Maserati says it’s committed to retaining the feel of a V6 while giving it whip-crack acceleration, courtesy of an expected 745bhp and 997lb ft of torque.

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Everything we know about the Maserati MC20 Folgore

Maybach EQS SUV

Maybach’s first electric car beats rivals Bentley and Rolls-Royce to the punch, as the first properly luxurious zero-emission SUV on the market. It can be had with a spacious four-seat interior, in which rear passengers are treated to reclining and massaging thrones. In spite of all the extra gadgetry – and its weight – performance is improved compared with the current range-topping Mercedes EQS SUV, the 580.

Everything we know about the Maybach EQS SUV

Mercedes-AMG CLE 63

Hot super saloon, anybody? The new mild hybrid Mercedes-AMG CLE 63 could be the car for you, adding heavily ramped-up performance, a redesigned interior and sporty exterior styling over the standard car. Some 442bhp and 413lb ft of torque is pumped out from AMG’s twin-turbocharged 3.0-litre straight-six petrol engine, which is backed up by an integrated starter-generator (ISG). You’ll be as fast as almost anything else on the road, with  a 4.2sec sprint from 0-62mph and a top speed limited to 155mph.

Mercedes-AMG E63

Yes, yes, the Mercedes-AMG is losing its V8 engine for a straight-six plug-in hybrid. But it’s not all bad - it will gain electric-only driving for improved economy, plus higher power and performance than ever before. Figures are still under wraps, but it’s claimed the brand is targeting more than 700bhp and 884lb ft, which puts many sports and supercars to shame.

Everything we know about the Mercedes-AMG E63

Mercedes-AMG GLC 63

Much like its saloon sibling, the Mercedes-AMG C63, the new high-performance GLC loses its twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8. In its place is a plug-in-hybrid powertrain, pairing a fettled version of the Mercedes-AMG A45’s turbocharged four-pot with a rear-mounted electric motor. The result is a combined output of 671bhp and 752lb ft of torque. That’s enough to send the GLC – all 2.2 tonnes of it – from 0-62mph in just 3.5sec.

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Everything we know about the Mercedes-AMG GLC 63

Mercedes-AMG S63

Want an AMG-tuned saloon with a V8? Your last remaining option is the S63 – the most powerful S-Class to date. It adds a rear-mounted electric motor and 13.1kWh battery to AMG’s 4.0-litre powerplant, giving combined outputs of 791bhp and 1054lb ft. That’s sufficient to crack the 0-62mph sprint in 3.3sec – half a second quicker than the famed McLaren-Mercedes SLR, which was almost an entire tonne lighter.

Everything we know about the new Mercedes-AMG S63

MG Cyberster

MG’s first new sports car since being purchased by Chinese giant SAIC is an electric sports car with a whopping 536bhp in dual-motor form. A halo model signalling the design of the brand’s future mainstream cars, the Cyberster is expected to cost around £55,000 in entry-level rear-wheel-drive guise, and £65,000 in twin-motor form.

Everything we know about the MG Cyberster

Mini Aceman

The indirect successor to the Mini Clubman, the Aceman, is an electric crossover sandwiched between the Cooper and the significantly larger Countryman. It will use a stretched version of the Cooper EV’s Spotlight architecture, with the same mix of powertrains and battery packs.

Everything we know about the Mini Aceman

Nio EL6

Electric Chinese car majors on practicality, with 668 litres of boot space – more than you’ll find in an Audi Q4 or Ford Mustang Mach-E – and 40/20/40-split rear seats. Four-wheel drive is standard, thanks to a dual-motor set-up outputting a combined 482bhp and 516lb ft. Meanwhile, a 70kWh battery yields a range of around 300 miles between charges. It’s also compatible with Nio’s battery-swap stations, which can remove a pack and replace it with a fully-charged one in fewer than five minutes.

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Everything we know about the Nio EL6

Nio ET5

The ET5 is a pretty slick premium saloon and a very credible rival to the BMW i4 and Tesla Model 3. Expect it here late in the year, although not until a number of swap stations are ready, so council planning departments may have an oversized influence…

Read our Nio ET5 review

Nissan Ariya Nismo

Nismo name returns for a high-performance variant of Nissan’s mainstream electric crossover. Spotted testing at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, it’s expected to feature a more aggressive, track-biased set-up for the four-wheel drive system, as well as more than 400bhp.

Omoda C5

The Omoda C5 is a direct competitor (and lookalike) of the Aiways U5 found further up this list. The C5 showcases the talents of Chinese giant Chery, which has the scale to cause a stir in the UK.

Everything we know about the Omoda C5

Peugeot e-408

The Peugeot E-408 is expected to adopt Stellantis’s favoured combo of a single 154bhp electric motor and 51kWh (usable) battery pack. That should yield a 0-62mph time below 10sec and a range north of 200 miles. 

Peugeot e-5008

Third-generation family SUV gets bigger and bolder, with the option of hybrid, plug-in-hybrid or electric power. Expect it to be similar under the skin to the Peugeot e-3008, whose new STLA Medium underpinnings allow battery sizes of up to 98kWh – enabling a range of 435 miles.

Peugeot e-Rifter

Re-styled front end brings small seven-seater into line with Peugeot’s new three-fanged look, ushered in with the new 3008. It also receives an interior upgrade, bringing a larger 10in infotainment touchscreen.

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Polestar 3

Sporting twin of the Volvo EX90 gets a 510bhp dual-motor powertrain and a 111kWh battery, delivering a range of 379 miles between charges. An early drive of a prototype revealed promising traits for its arrival in the UK: rapid pace, communicative steering and a roomy, nicely-finished interior.

Read our Polestar 3 review

Polestar 4

The Polestar 4 is a pure-electric take on the Porsche Macan and Polestar’s fourth model. It’s tipped to be the company’s bestselling model and will be built in China and Korea. Intriguingly the Chinese market cars will receive an entirely different operating system. Notably, it will not come with a rear window.

Everything we know about the Polestar 4

Range Rover Electric

New cars don’t get much more significant than this: JLR has invested heavily in its electric transformation, and while the reinvented Jaguars will steal the limelight, the first electric Range Rover will be crucial to finding sales volume and perhaps helping convert a new group of buyers to EVs.

Everything we know about the Range Rover Electric

Renault 4

Renault will revive another of its most popular historic models, this time as a small, retro crossover that’s aimed at the city but should be able to cope off road. Expect it to be mechanically similar to the 5 below. But Renault insists the interior will be very different.

Everything we know about the Renault 4

Renault Captur

Renault’s smallest and best-selling crossover is due for a Clio-inspired image refresh, with revised LED headlights, a new grille and a showcase for the French brand’s new badge. Inside, you can expect to see a larger infotainment screen paired with a design overhaul that aims to prolong its market appeal. Also don’t be surprised if its hybrid powertrains sing from the same hymn sheet as the smaller Clio.

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Renault Symbioz

This brand-new entrant to the French brand’s crossover range will fill the gap between the Captur and Arkana. With styling inspired by the latter, it will follow the firm’s latest design language and sit atop the CMF-EV platform, shared with the Nissan Ariya and Renault Mégane E-Tech.

Seres 3

Haven't heard of Seres? You're probably not the only one. The 3 will start from £29,995 - making it the cheapest electric SUV on sale. The Qashqai-sized car has a 161bhp front motor, a 54kWh battery and an official range of just over 200 miles.

Skoda Kamiq

Rugged looks and large air intakes sums up the mid-life refresh for the Czech firm’s baby crossover. Available to order now in three specifications - SE, SE L and Monte Carlo - it’s fitted as standard with 17in wheels, 8.25in infotainment display, wireless Apple CarPlay, rear parking sensors, LED headlights and dual-zone climate control.

Everything we know about the new Skoda Kamiq

Skywell BE11

Skywell, founded in 2017 by bus manufacturer Nanjing Golden Dragon, sees itself as an Audi and Mercedes-Benz rival. The BE11 will arrive in the summer of 2024, offering a 201bhp electric motor and a range of 304 miles.

Further Skywell products are being considered for export to the UK.

Smart #3

The original Fortwo feels like a distant memory now, as the biggest Smart yet is a Volkswagen ID 5-rivalling EV with five seats and 273 miles of range. It drives well enough, is good value and it’s pretty good looking too. Such a shame that the driver assistance tech is infuriatingly poor.

Read our Smart #3 review

Subaru Forester

The Mk5 Forester stays true to form with a sensible two-box body, symmetrical four-wheel drive and a smattering of new tech inside. Plus a full hybrid version has been confirmed.

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Toyota Supra 'GRMN'

A hotter new variant of the GR Supra is set to arrive in 2024, swapping the BMW Z4’s B58 straight six for the fiery S58 one from the new BMW M2. That should make for a very healthy power bump, while track-focused revisions to the chassis could enable it to bid for sports car supremacy at the Nürburgring. Which would be fitting.

Everything we know about the Toyota Supra GRMN

Volkswagen ID Buzz LWB

Could this be the most useful EV on the market? Volkswagen’s reborn ‘bus’ finally lives up to its billing with seats for seven in long-wheelbase form, also gaining a bigger battery and a more powerful motor.

Everything we know about the VW ID Buzz LWB

Volvo EX90

2024 Volvo EX90 front quarter tracking

Volvo’s priciest car to date is also billed to be its safest and most luxurious. A zero-emission equivalent to the Volvo XC90 SUV, the EX90 comes with a 111kWh battery that provides a (claimed) range of 364 miles in Twin Motor specification, and 360 miles in the Performance model. The Range Rover rival also introduces Lidar technology, which is planned to eventually enable “unsupervised autonomous driving” in select locations and conditions.

Everything we know about the Volvo EX90

Wiesmann Project Thunderball

German firm best known for its BMW V8-engined muscle cars gives us the first electric convertible since the Tesla Roadster. Our early drive in a prototype was encouraging, so we can’t wait to try the 671bhp finished product. It’s just a shame it will cost more than £250,000.

Read our Wiesmann Project Thunderball review

Xpeng G6

Xpeng promises to be an upmarket proposition, and our first taste of its cars suggests it could be a credible premium alternative. Its first UK car will be – surprise – a mid-size electric SUV, and it’s named after Far East Movement’s 2010 pop song Like a G6… possibly.

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Everything we know about the Xpeng G6

Zenvo Aurora

Zenvo Aurora Tur front quarter static

This Danish hypercar might be one of the most ludicrous to date, packing a 6.6-litre quad-turbocharged V12 and three electric motors, all combining for a total output of 1850bhp. Prices will start at around £3 million, but plenty of (costly) customisation options will also be available.

Everything we know about the Zenvo Aurora

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camilajeremy 23 May 2024

I'm really excited about the new car models coming in 2024! The advancements in technology and design are truly impressive. One thing that I always look for in a new car is how it can handle the summer heat. With many new models boasting larger and more advanced infotainment systems, it's crucial to keep the interiors cool and protected. That's why investing in a high-quality windshield sunshade is more important than ever. Not only does it protect your dashboard from harmful UV rays, but it also keeps the cabin temperature down, making those hot summer days more bearable. Can't wait to see how these new models will innovate further in terms of comfort and convenience!

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Guy08 2 January 2024

Even Autocar is confused with their Land Rover Defender Discovery Sport.As far as I'm aware there are four JLR brands: Jaguar, Range Rover, Discovery and Defender.