Audi will replace the A3 next year. It's also readying the E-tron GT, a Tesla Model S rival, for launch in 2020. There are plenty of S and RS sports variants to look forward to as well.
Bentley has confirmed a new Flying Spur saloon, and an electric sports car is in the pipeline.
BMW is lining up an electric saloon called the i4.
British appliance company Dyson is secretly working on a new electric car for launch in the next few years.
Ferrari is readying its first mass-market hybrid, as well as an SUV. Yep.
Jaguar will follow up its new I-Pace with a new, electric XJ. A Porsche Cayenne-rivalling J-Pace SUV is also on the cards.
A new Renegade is in the works at Jeep, as are plans for a return of the Range Rover-like Wagoneer model.
The return of the iconic Land Rover Defender is scheduled for next year, while the Range Rover line will get a new Evoque and expand to include a saloon-like crossover model.
The first model from Lotus now it's under the same umbrella as Volvo will be a small, handling-focused SUV.
Maserati will launch a new coupé and cabriolet model called the Alfieri in 2020. It will be available as a hybrid or an electric car.
A new version of the Mazda 3 is coming in 2019.
Mercedes-Benz will have three new SUVs to offer you by the end of 2019, those being a new GLA, a new GLS, and a new, retro-styled offering called the GLB. In addition, its electric car efforts are due to begin in earnest with the EQA hatchback and EQC SUV.
MG is looking to bolster its resurgence with a new, larger SUV and a return to sports cars with the electric E-motion.
A new Nissan Juke is in the development stages, while the technology from the Leaf will be used to create an electric SUV.
A new Leon is due from Seat, as is the brand's first electric car.
Skoda is readying a Seat Arona-rivalling small SUV, as previewed by the Vision X concept.
Electric car pioneer Tesla is planning a small SUV called the Model Y, a pick-up truck and a new Roadster sports car.
The everyman Volkswagen Golf will enter its ninth epoch in 2019. Following behind it will be Volkswagen's new ID range of electric cars, which includes a hatchback, SUV and minibus.
Volvo is due to release an electric small SUV and a new V40 family hatchback in the next year or two.
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