You’re past those post January blues and possibly considering a perk-me-up purchase such as a new car but before you make any hasty decisions, take a look at our favourite cars that have are tipped to arrive or debut in 2018.
Looking to cut your emissions and go green with an electric vehicle? Look no further; the all-new Nissan LEAF has already swept away the competition with its revolutionary e-Pedal technology as well as sweeping awards before it’s even launched officially. From a single pedal, you can now accelerate, decelerate and brake by applying and reducing pressure, making for a more engaging and enjoyable drive. With a boosted range that enables drivers to travel 50% further than seen with the previous model, the question is when will you be booking your test drive?
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When it first arrived on the scene, the eccentric looking Juke was something of a rare breed; compact in size but boldly styled and it there wasn’t much else quite like it. The supermini SUV class has come a long way since and our much loved Juke would certainly benefit from an upgrade. It remains to be seen which concept the second generation model will be based on but word on the street suggests that it will sport similar lines to the new Micra.
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It’s already turning heads in our Lexus dealerships and it’s clear to see why. The revitalised LS sets the benchmark for larger luxury vehicles and what other car enables you to choose from no fewer than seven massage programmes? As well as boasting all the desirable design attributes you’d expect, it’s a solid company car choice when you take into consideration the tax and fuel economy benefits aided by the hybrid powertrain.
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A camouflaged saloon similar in size to the current model has already been spotted in testing and Peugeot Product Director Laurent Blanchet has all but confirmed a new model will be launched soon.
The impressive Instinct concept above could well signal how the new 508 will look, Peugeot CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato said: “We never do this type of concept [Instinct] for free; we are sending you some design messages. What you are looking for at the front of this car will give you some key information for the next step for us.”
Exciting news indeed.
Toyota’s large 4x4 has had an upgrade just in time for the start of the New Year. It’s just as robust as its predecessor but now packs in even more safety technologies with slight tweaks to the design to bring it back into 2018. Refreshed bodywork and even more built-in tech make the new Land Cruiser an enticing proposition for fleet buyers to ponder over.
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Maybe you were lucky enough to sign on the dotted line for the hot hatch Yaris GRMN but if not, Toyota’s performance division – Gazoo Racing – have something well worth waiting for in the pipeline. The eagerly anticipated 5th generation Supra is set to make its debut before the end of the year and if the initial sneak peaks of the concealed tester car are anything to go by, it’s should be one of the most exciting new car propositions of the past few years.
Following on from the Proceed Concept’s debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, a revitalised version of the Kia Cee’d is expected at some point during the year. As stunning as this concept is, we’d take those striking stand out looks with a pinch of salt and expect the new model to take hints of the design with some more conservative lines.Image Source: Avarvarii Future Cars Illustration
Skoda’s seven-seater SUV went down so well that it only made sense to introduce a bolder Sportline specification. Following on from this, rumours are swirling that an even sportier vRS model will be added to the range. Expect racy touches inside and out as well as boost of horsepower.
Whether you’re in the market for something practical and spacious or a sportier number, there’s a host of exciting car launches slated for the near future.