Audi A3 E-tron (summer 2014)
Hybrid model of our 2013 Car of the Year blends hot hatch pace with CO2 emissions of 35g/km.
BMW i3 (November 2013)
Electric supermini is the first car in BMW’s new ‘i’ model range.
Hyundai i10 (early 2014)
City car gets the latest family look and greater refinement.
Kia Soul (early 2014)
Promises improvements to refinement and driving dynamics.
Mazda 3 (January 2014)
Will be lighter than today’s 3, thanks to Skyactiv technology.
Mini (early 2014)
New model gets revised dashboard and engines.
Peugeot 308 (January 2014)
Lighter than current car, with a much classier cabin.
Renault Megane (early 2014)
Face-lifted range gets Renault family look and new petrol engine.
Smart Forfour (autumn 2014)
Next-generation city car will be available with either conventional engines or electric powertrains.
Vauxhall Corsa (autumn 2014)
Revamp of current car will introduce three-cylinder engines.
Volkswagen e-Golf (summer 2014)
Golf gets a 113bhp electric motor with 118-mile zero-emission range.
Volkswagen e-Up (early 2014)
Electric Up is the quickest model in the range; 100-mile range on one charge.
Honda Civic Tourer (early 2014)
Swish-looking estate gets a bigger boot than rivals from Ford, Skoda and Volkswagen.
Peugeot 308 SW (autumn 2014)
Estate will get the same three-cylinder engines that are due in the hatch next year.