This year, we'll see the introduction of the new Fiat Bravo and Toyota Auris small family cars.
We already seen and driven the five-door versions of these Ford Focus rivals, but here we take a look at how the ranges will expand, thanks to these computer-generated images.
The Bravo will replace the Stilo, and although Fiat might have ruled out a three-door version, an estate model is on the way. There's some time to wait yet, though - insiders at the company say it won't be on sale until 2009.
It's the other way round at Toyota, which has ruled out an estate version of the Auris, but will introduce a three-door model. It will make its first official appearance at the Geneva Motor Show in March and go on sale in the UK the following month.
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