Smart Fortwo (September 2014)
The little two-seater gets a major revamp, with a shortened chassis from the Forfour and a DSG gearbox for smoother gearchanges.
Smart Forfour (autumn 2014)
The next-generation city car will be available with either conventional engines or electric powertrains.
Vauxhall Adam Rocks (winter 2014)
The Adam convertible will showcase Vauxhall’s new range of three-cylinder low-emission engines.
Mini five-door (October 2014)
It's 16cm longer than the three-door and has two extra doors, all of which makes it practical as well as cool. There's a new 168bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine up front, too.
Vauxhall Corsa (October 2014)
A comprehensive revamp of the current car will include new three-cylinder engines, plus revisions to the chassis and cabin.
Mazda 2 (early 2015)
Next-generation Fiesta rival should retain the existing car's sweet handling along with upgraded quality and refinement.
Honda Jazz (2015)
When it reaches the UK, the new Jazz will likely feature a range of small-capacity turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engines.
Skoda Fabia (early 2015)
The next-generation Fabia will get a more youthful look and customisable options, but no hot vRS model.
Peugeot 508 (September 2014)
Peugeot’s Ford Mondeo rival gets a face-lift in the autumn. The big news is a new 2.0-litre diesel engine which produces just 105g/km of CO2 and a simplified interior.
Citroen C4 Cactus (October 2014)
We’ve already driven the Cactus, which is a cross between a conventional hatchback and an SUV. It offers value, modernity and something different against competition like the Nissan Juke.
Nissan Pulsar (October 2014)
New Ford Focus rival will offer plenty of safety equipment and a roomy cabin, with emissions as low as 95g/km from its 1.5-litre diesel engine.
Ford Mondeo (late 2014)
Next-generation car will feature a range of Ecoboost engines and hybrid power, plus high-spec new Vignale model.
Volkswagen Passat (January 2015)
The new Passat will be offered with a range of diesel engines and a plug-in hybrid petrol. It’ll be shorter, roomier and lighter than the current car.
Ford S-Max (autumn 2014)
The next-generation S-Max will use the same chassis as the new Mondeo and feature a simpler, more sophisticated dashboard than the outgoing car.
Seat Leon X-Perience (winter 2014)
Four-wheel-drive off-road version of the Leon ST gets more ground clearance and durable plastic body mouldings. Comes with a choice of two diesel engines; expect prices to start from £25,000.
Hyundai i20 (early 2015)
Hatchback gets the same treatment as new i10 city car, with styling changes and greater refinement than its predecessor.
Mercedes C-Class Estate (September 2014)
Based on the C-Class saloon that was launched earlier this year, the estate version will offer 490 litres of luggage space, which extends to 1510 litres with the rear seats folded.
Audi A7 Sportback (winter 2014)
Styling tweaks, LED headlights, new equipment options and a 3.0-litre diesel that returns up to 60.1mpg are all part of the upgrades in store for the A7 Sportback.
Audi A4 (early 2015)
Audi claims the new A4 will be lighter and more efficient than the current model, as well as being more of a driver’s car.
Jaguar XE (early 2015)
The XE will feature an aluminium chassis and a host of new technologies to create an efficient but sporty rival for the BMW 3 Series.
BMW 7 Series (2015)
BMW showed off the Vision Future Luxury concept earlier this year, which the new 7 Series will be based on. Expect lots of new technology, including touch-screens and iDrive plus 'carbon' bodywork.
Mercedes V-Class (spring 2015)
The new V-class is a huge step forward from the current Viano, which felt more like a van than a car. The new-look Mercedes family face is part of a package that offers lots of technology, luxury features and seating for eight.
Kia Soul EV (October 2014)
Kia’s first electric vehicle to go on sale in the UK is a version of the practical and funky-looking Soul. It gets a 109bhp electric motor with a battery range of up to 100 miles. Expect it to cost around £22,000 when it goes on sale this autumn.
Jeep Renegade (autumn 2014)
Jeep’s baby SUV will have genuine off-road ability and rugged looks. A nine-speed automatic will be available on 2.0-litre diesel models.
BMW X4 (autumn 2014)
Along the same lines as the bigger X6, the X4 will offer customers a more style-focused, sporty version of the X3. Initially all models will come with diesel engines and xDrive – BMW’s four-wheel-drive system.
Lexus NX (September 2014)
Prices for the NX will start from £29,495, making it a rival for the likes of the Audi Q5. It will be launched with only hybrid power, but a petrol-engined version will follow in 2015.
VW Touareg (Novemeber 2014)
Visually, the face-lifted Touareg is not a radical departure from the current car, but new features such as LED rear lights and upgraded sat-nav enhance appeal. Diesel power will be the only option from launch, with engine stop-start helping to improve emissions.
Range Rover Evoque (2015)
Land Rover has said that the Evoque will have incremental improvements rather than a full mid-life face-lift, so a series of small changes are expected throughout 2015. Expect to see new trims, finishes and colours, plus efficiency and performance gains.
Ssangyong X100 (2015)
Prices for the new Qashqai rival may start from around £12,000, and a seven-seat version could follow in 2016.
Ford Edge (early 2015)
The Edge will be Ford’s flagship SUV. The company is chasing the premium end of the market, so expect the Edge to come with lots of technology features including a 10.0-inch touch-screen and a roomy cabin, with up to 1788 litres of boot space.
Volkswagen Tiguan (early 2015)
The next Tiguan will get a bold new look and a longer wheelbase to help it compete with rivals such as the Nissan Qashqai.
Volvo XC90 (early 2015)
Next-generation car gets a 9.3-inch touch-screen to replace dashboard buttons and is claimed to have Volvo’s most luxurious interior to date.
Audi TT (October 2014)
The new TT features subtle design cues from the Mk1, but the overall look is more masculine and aggressive. The high-quality interior features a TFT screen instead of traditional dials.
Ford Mustang (late 2014)
The new Mustang will be available with right-hand drive and a set-up to meet European tastes. Engine options start with a 2.3-litre four-cylinder turbo offering better emissions and more miles per gallon. Prices to start from around £30,000
Lexus RC F (late 2014)
The RC F uses a 5.0-litre V8 producing around 450bhp – the most powerful V8 the company has ever produced. Aimed at BMW M4 buyers, expect it to get to 60mph in less than five seconds.
Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe (winter 2014)
As Mercedes’ £120,000 flagship coupe, the S63 AMG Coupe will be a technological tour de force and offer incredible performance, as you would expect from a car with a 577bhp 5.5-litre V8 biturbo engine.
Alfa Romeo 4C Spider (early 2015)
The convertible version of the 4C will cost a little more than the coupe but use the same 237bhp 1.75-litre engine. It will come with the recessed headlights that featured on the original concept rather than the controversial carbon design fitted to the coupe.