City cars and small cars
DS 3 (February 2016)
DS 3 gets revised styling and new engine options.
Ford Ka (summer 2016)
New Ford Ka is five-door only and pricing is expected to start at around £8000.
Hyundai i20 Active (early 2016)
Jacked-up version of the Hyundai i20.
Fiat Tipo (early 2016)
Fiat is bringing back the Tipo name for its Focus-rival.
Honda FCV Clarity (2017)
Hydrogen-powered production car gets 400+ mile range and arrives in 2017.
Hyundai Ioniq (late 2016)
New model will be available an electric car, a plug-in hybrid and a conventional hybrid.
Subaru Impreza (mid 2016)
New engines, new chassis and new styling for the next-generation family car.
Toyota Prius (early 2016)
Fourth-generation Prius promises efficiency gains of 18% compared with outgoing car.
Alfa Romeo Giulia (September 2016)
The Alfa Romeo Giulia is the company's long-awaited replacement for the 159 saloon and heralds the brand's return to the family saloon segment.
BMW 5 Series (2017)
Next-generation E-Class competitor will get plug-in hybrid powertrains for the first time.
Tesla Model 3 (2017)
All-electric exec is expected to come with a £30,000 starting price.
Bentley Bentayga (early 2016)
The luxurious Bentley SUV has changed completely from the original concept.
Ford Edge (spring 2016)
The Edge will be Ford’s flagship SUV. The company is chasing the premium end of the market, so has given it a 10.0-inch touch-screen and a roomy cabin, with up to 1788 litres of boot space.
Infiniti QX30 (summer 2016)
All-wheel-drive small SUV based on Infiniti Q30.
Jaguar F-Pace (2016)
The F-Pace is aiming to take on the likes of the Porsche Macan and BMW X4.
Kia Sportage (February 2016)
New model gets a significantly upgraded cabin over the old model.
Maserati Levante (late 2016)
Maserati's Porsche Cayenne rival is expected to arrive in the UK before the year is out.
MG GS (autumn 2016)
MG is going after the Nissan Qashqai with its GS SUV.
Mitsubishi ASX (2016)
The rival to the Nissan Qashqai will get plug-in hybrid technology.
Mitsubishi Shogun (2017)
Large SUV will stick close to its off-roader roots.
Range Rover Evoque cabrio (spring 2016)
Drop-top Evoque is in a class of its own.
Seat Juke-rival (2017)
Seat's second SUV will go after the Nissan Juke and will be two-wheel-drive only.
Seat Qashqai-rival (2016)
The first of three SUVs from Seat. This one will go up against the Nissan Qashqai.
Seat seven-seat SUV (2017)
Could launch in 2017.
Tesla Model X (2016)
Seven-seat all-electric SUV.
Toyota C-HR (summer 2016)
Toyota's Juke-rival will appear next year.
Volkswagen Tiguan (spring 2016)
Second-generation SUV is longer, wider and lower than the car it replaces.
Lexus LC500 (late 2016)
This new model is the production version of the LF-LC concept car.
Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet (summer 2016)
Four-seater luxury convertible based on the stylish S-Class Coupe.
Mercedes-Benz SL facelift (summer 2016)
Facelift brings tweaks to car's looks and suspension.
Mini Convertible (March 2016)
Bigger and better equipped than the outgoing car.
Audi A4 Allroad Quattro (summer 2016)
High-riding off-road estate version of our Car of the Year 2016.
Ford Focus RS (2016)
The third-generation RS gets all-wheel drive.
BMW M2 (April 2016)
365bhp rear-wheel-drive coupe is the new entry-level M car.
Jaguar F-Type SVR (summer 2016)
High-performance version of Jaguar's popular F-Type.
Honda NSX (spring 2016)
It's already sold out in the UK, but Honda's new hybrid sports car gets 550bhp in total
Porsche 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman (2016)
Facelift brings new names and a new 2.0-litre turbo engine.