The market is getting ready for the end of the year and the beginning of 2024 full of new and interesting models. This is just a preview of everything to come in the coming months.
The last four months of the year begin and after the summer, the brands finalize the new products that will be launched in the coming months. SUVs will continue to dominate most launches, with models such as the new Hyundai Kona EV, Volvo EX30, Toyota C-HR and Jeep Avenger in its 4×4 version.
Fiat is reviving a name from the past with the 600: a small SUV, initially only available in an electric version and positioned between the 500e and 500X ranges. The French brands are not far behind with the launch of the renewed Renault Captur or the Rafale from the manufacturer of the Rhombus and the new generation of the 3008 or the restyled 208 and 2008 from Peugeot. We also expect the new Volkswagen Tiguan and the third generation of the Mini Countryman, among others.
release list. Models for every taste
Audi A8 (restyling). November 2023
Audi’s most representative SUV is preparing for changes in external and internal appearance, as well as technology. New light signature in design.
Audi Q6 e-tron. January 2024
The new Q6 e-Tron will open at Audi in 2024. Initially there will be two versions: Q6 e-tron 55 and SQ6 e-tron, with two motors, one for each wheel axle. The announced power is 400 hp in the first variant and 517 in the second.
BMW 5 Series/i5. October 2023
As a main novelty, the eighth generation of the model will also be offered with a fully electric drive (called i5), as well as a mild hybrid diesel and gasoline engine (mild hybrid) with a 48V battery, as well as hybrid versions.
BMW X2. mid 2024
In addition to the 5 Series, the new BMW X2 is also at the start, including the BEV variant iX2. Currently, the SUV coupe is in the development phase, on the same platform as the X1.
BYD seal. Sep 2023
Electric sedan with a sporty approach of 4.8 meters and five seats, a rear trunk of 402 liters and a front trunk of 53 liters. available with both rear-wheel drive and 313 hp and all-wheel drive and 530 hp.
dolphin world. Sep 2023
The 4.29 meter long electric car is available from 28,970 euros and can be selected with 95, 177 and 204 hp. The trunk has a capacity of 345 liters.
Cupra Tavascan. Summer 2024
4.64 meter electric SUV, which will be the brand’s first electric SUV. It will be available with 286 hp and rear-wheel drive (endurance version) or with 340 hp and all-wheel drive (VZ version).
Citroën C3. First quarter of 2024
After seven years on the market, the current C3 will give way to a new generation, the fourth, which will bring very important design and mechanical changes with the inclusion of electrical variants.
Dacia Duster. April 2024
Third generation of this bestseller, evolving in terms of design and engines, but always faithful to the brand’s philosophy of value for money.
Fiat 600. Early 2024
We are facing a new electric model from Fiat with a length of 4.17 meters that will replace the 500X. 51kWh battery that can be charged with 11kW AC or 100kW DC. The officially approved range is 400 kilometers.
Ford Mustang. Fall 2023
The seventh generation Ford Mustang continues to rely on pure combustion engines, of which there will be two: a 2.3-liter EcoBoost turbocharged four-cylinder and a 5.0-liter naturally aspirated V8 with more than 480 hp.
Hyundai Kona possibly October 2023
The new Kona is available now with petrol, mild hybrid and hybrid mechanical versions. The 100% electric version, which is available in two variants, will be added for the month of October. One with a 48.4 kWh battery and a 156 hp motor and another with a 65.4 kWh battery and a 218 hp motor with an official range of around 500 km.
Honda ZR-V e:HEV. October 2023
Orders can be placed now, with prices starting at €44,950 (€43,050 for Honda Finance financed units). This compact SUV model comes standard with Honda’s e:HEV hybrid system.
Honda CR-V e:HEV / CR-V e:PHEV. October 2023
The brand’s renowned SUV will be available with a full hybrid system (e:HEV) or, for the first time in Europe, with a plug-in hybrid drive (e:PHEV). The e:PHEV version offers an electric range of 82 km kilometers.
Honda e:Ny1 October 2023
The B-segment SUV is the brand’s latest pure electric vehicle for Europe and the first to be built on the new front-wheel drive e:N Architecture F platform. Maximum output of 150 kW (204 hp) and 310 Nm of torque and a range of 412 km. The price starts at 52,400 euros (50,400 euros with brand financing).
Hyundai Ioniq 7. Early 2024
Large, new-generation electric SUV that will be available as an electric alternative to the Hyundai Santa Fe.
Jeep Avenger 4×4. In 2024
The 2023 Car of the Year, the Jeep Avenger, is announced with a comfortable range of 400km on the WLTP cycle. By 2024, the brand confirms the launch of the interesting 4×4 variant.
Lamborghini messed up. Fall 2023
First V12 HPEV plug-in hybrid supercar. The combined output of the internal combustion engine and three electric motors, paired with a dual-clutch gearbox making its debut in a 12-cylinder Lamborghini, is 1,015 hp.
Mercedes E class. Sep 2023
It is marketed with a sedan and a family body or station wagon. The latter will be launched at the end of the year. It is 4.95 meters long and can be selected with petrol and diesel engines as well as with plug-in hybrid technology.
Mercedes AMG GT. First semester 2024
Second generation of the Mercedes-AMG GT. The market launch takes place as the AMG GT 63 4MATIC+ Coupé (combined consumption -WLTP- 14.1 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions -WLTP- 319 g/km).
Mini Cooper electric. May 2024
Mini will present the fifth generation of its three-door hatchback at the end of 2023, which will only offer it with electric variants and, as the brand confirms, will have a very spacious interior.
Mini Countryman. February 2024
Third generation of the largest Mini model, fully electric. Production at the Leipzig plant will start in November 2023. The Countryman E has an output of 140 kW/191 hp, and the Countryman SE ALL4 is the brand’s first all-electric vehicle with all-wheel drive.
Opel Astra Sports Tourer. Sep 2023
With a starting price of 25,000 euros, the family version of the Astra has a trunk volume of 608 liters, which can increase to 1,634 liters with the seats folded down. In the electrified versions, this space is reduced to 548 or 1,574 liters.
Opel Corsa. October 2023
The brand is already taking orders with prices starting at 17,400 euros. The electric Corsa-e range gets a new 156 CV version, which complements the existing 136 CV version. The range of the Corsa-e 136 CV is 354 kilometers, that of the Corsa-e 156 CV 402 km. There are also hybrid MHEV versions.
Peugeot 208 (restyling). November 2023
The offering is based on three versions: Active, Allure and GT, and five powertrains including the new 115 kW/156 hp electric motor offering a range of 400 km (WLTP combined cycle, subject to approval) and the new Hybrid 100- and Hybrid 136 engines.
Peugeot 2008 (restyling). Electric from June 2023. 48V hybrid version in January 2024
In early 2024, the 48v Puretech 136 CV Hybrid will join the mechanical range, mated to a new 6-speed dual-clutch electric transmission with an electric motor.
Peugeot 3008. December 2023
By the end of the year or well into 2024 we expect the arrival of the new 3008, which will introduce the new STLA Medium platform for 100% electric options.
Renault Clio (restyling). Sep 2023
Renault has taken orders for the new Clio in Spain and it will be available in three trims, including the new Esprit Alpine version. It will be offered with a range of multi-energy powertrains consisting of four engines, including the 145hp E-Tech full hybrid.
Renault Captur (restyling). early 2024
At the end of 2023, Renault will present the restyling of its second generation Captur, adopting a more dynamic appearance and ready to compete with its 2008 rival.
Renault Scenic. Primavera 2024
The brand will soon be unveiling its new 100% electric Scenic at the Munich Motor Show in September. The SUV is offered in two versions with 150 and 220 hp and with two battery packs with 60 kWh and 90 kWh.
Renault Rafale. Spring 2024
With a length of 4.71 m and a width of 1.86 m, the new Renault Rafale, with its slightly higher fastback body combined with protective visual elements around the body, joins the category of SUV coupes.
Renault 5. Summer 2024
There will only be an electric version. The engine will also be an evolution of the engine of the ZOE and the Electric Megane E-Tech.
Series 5. Last quarter of 2023
Electric SUV with a length of 4.71 meters and a power of up to 585 hp, which competes with the Tesla Model Y. It has a range of up to 530 km and an output of 300 or 585 hp.
Series 7. First quarter of 2024
Electric 7-seater and 5 meters that will join the family of the Chinese brand in the first months of next year.
Ssang Yong Torres. end of 2023
1.5 liter petrol engine, 163 hp and 280 Nm maximum torque, with the option of permanent 4WD all-wheel drive. With a length of 4.7 meters, it falls into the SUV D segment and offers one of the largest trunks in its category. A 100% electric version will be added in the first half of 2024.
Toyota C-HR. January 2024
Second generation of this model, 4.36 meters long. It comes with important changes in its aesthetics, as well as new powertrains, including a plug-in hybrid, and more equipment.
Toyota SUV. First semester 2024
2.8 liter diesel engine for a good balance between fuel consumption and performance; compatible with HVO100 biodiesel, and an electrified 48-volt MHEV version will be available in early 2025.
VW ID.3 (restyling). end of 2023
It’s time to update the compact ID.3, which comes with a renewed design, new interior materials and new software.
VW T-Cross (restyling). February 2024
The updated SUV will be equipped with TSI petrol engines and will be available in four trim levels: Basic, Life, Style and R-Line. The changes were mainly focused on design and equipment.
VW Tiguan. First quarter of 2024
The official presentation of the third generation of the VW SUV will take place in mid-September, but the market launch is planned for the first months of 2024. The SUV dispenses with the angular shapes and straight lines of the current generation of lines softer and rounder.
Volvo EX30. early 2024
The length of this electric car is 4.23 meters, the cheapest version has 272 hp and a range of 344 km. It’s a fast car: acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h takes 5.7 seconds.