What’s coming when – the new cars arriving in 2016

New cars 2016 Autocar’s new cars calendar gives you all the information on 2016’s new arrivals, as we round up all the new models going on sale in the UK

Our new cars calendar is your one-stop shop for keeping track of 2016’s new cars, so keep checking back to this page as we’ll be updating it regularly with new car unveilings. 

Here’s Autocar’s round-up of the new cars coming in 2016.

Alfa Romeo

Giulia – September 2016

Alfa’s BMW 3-series fighter ushers in a new era for famous Italian firm with new platform, engines, styling and tech. 

Giulietta – late 2016

Facelifted Giulietta gets mild styling tweaks and is expected before the year is out.

Mito facelift – 2016

Facelifted Mito to challenge Audi A1.

SUV – 2017

Twinned with upcoming Fiat and Jeep medium-sized SUVs.

Alpina

B7 – spring 2016

New B7 will get retuned 4.4-litre V8 producing around 600hp.

Aston Martin

DB11 – late 2016

Aston’s DB9 replacement will get a twin-turbocharged AMG engine.

Audi

City car – 2019

It’s some way off, but Audi is working on a successor for the A2.

Audi A3 facelift – late 2016

Minor styling tweaks are planned for Audi’s popular hatchback.

A4 Allroad – summer 2016

More rugged version of new A4 Avant.

A5 – 2017

Next generation coupe will use the MLB platform and get more aggressive styling.

A6 – 2017

A more stylish look is promised for Audi’s next BMW 5-series competitor, designed under Marc Lichte.

A7 – 2017

Second-generation A7 has been spotted testing and is due to arrive in 2017

R8 Spyder – spring 2016

Drop-top version arrives early in 2016.

RS4 Avant – summer 2016

Performance version of the new A4 will get a turbocharged V6 engine.

Q2 – spring 2016

Premium rival to Nissan Juke.

Q5 – late 2016

Second-generation SUV is closely related to the new Audi A4.

Q6 – 2018

The new SUV will use three electric motors and a quick charging, high‑capacity battery.

TT RS – 2016

Hardcore coupé could get new aluminium-block five-cylinder engine producing up to 400bhp.

Bentley

Continental GT – 2017

New model will share its underpinnings with the next Porsche Panamera.

Bentayga – Early 2016

Crewe’s first SUV has split opinion with its design, but rapid sales confirm there’s no shortage of design for Bentley’s £160,000 newcomer.

Sports car – 2016

Expect Bentley’s extreme rear-drive sports car to be more hardcore than 2014’s GT3-R, and cost around £300,000.

Mulsanne facelift – 2017

Facelifted Mulsanne has been spotted in both standard and long-wheelbase variants.

BMW

X1 LWB – late 2016

Long-wheelbase X1 could preview a seven-seat version of BMW’s smallest crossover

X2 – late 2016

Sporty, coupé-like BMW X2 is set to share the X1’s underpinnings.

X3 – 2017

Next BMW X3 has already been spotted testing.

3 GT – summer 2016

Facelifted 3 Series hatchback gets tweaked styling and improved fuel economy.

3 Series – 2018

The G20 generation of BMW’s mid-size saloon has been spotted testing.

5 Series – 2017

Mercedes-Benz E-Class competitor will get plug-in hybrid powertrains and styling inspired by the larger 7 Series. The 5 Series Touring and 5 GT have also been spotted.

M2 – April 2016

BMW’s junior M car is a 365bhp rear-wheel-drive coupe.

M4 GTS – spring 2016

Powered-up and pared-down variant of the M4.

PHEVs – 2016

New hybrid variants of the 2 Series, 3 Series and 7 Series.

Z5 – late 2016

New sports car is being co-developed with Toyota

Borgward

BX7 – Autumn 2016

Reborn manufacturer will be launching a new premium SUV.

Bugatti

Chiron – 2017

New Veyron replacement to feature a hybrid powertrain; expected to hit 286mph and generate 1479bhp

Cadillac

CT6 – Early 2016

Mercedes-Benz S-Class rival gets three petrol engines at launch, including a twin-turbocharged V6 with 400bhp.

Chevrolet

Camaro – 2016

Sixth-generation car to take on the Ford Mustang in Europe.

DS 

DS 3 – February 2016

New DS 3 gets new engine choices, increased connectivity and revised styling inside and out.

Elemental

RP1 – 2016

Britain’s newest sports car maker has created a a lightweight, mid-engined roadster with 500bhp per tonne.

Ferrari

488 Spider – spring 2016

Ferrari’s most powerful mid-engined drop-top

Dino – 2018

Dramatic return for Dino name as Ferrari plans a new £150,000 mid-engined sports car.

F12tdf – summer 2016

Big weight reduction and power boost to 770bhp for hardcore version of Ferrari’s V12 super-coupé.

GTC4Lusso – late 2016

The facelifted FF now takes the GTC4Lusso name and gets subtle styling upgrades to mark it out from its predecessor.

Fiat

Tipo – Late 2016

Fiat has resurrected the Tipo name for its Focus-rival.

Panda facelift – 2017

The Fiat Panda will get a facelift for 2017, with new infotainment, styling and engine upgrades.

124 – autumn 2016

Compact Mazda MX-5-based roadster was an Alfa, is now a Fiat. It arrives in the autumn.

Ford

Fiesta – 2017

Next-generation Fiesta has been spotted testing.

Focus RS – spring 2016

Third-generation RS will produce more than 316bhp and gets all-wheel drive for the first time.

Focus Electric – late 2016

Will get DC fast-charging function to provide 100 miles of range in just 30 minutes of charging.

Ka – autumn 2016

A rethink for the Ka city car should see it repositioned as a budget global offering.

Edge – spring 2016

The Edge SUV arrives in the UK and Europe for the first time as part of the One Ford policy.

GT – 2016

The all-new Ford GT supercar arrives in 2016, powered by a 3.5-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine developing over 600bhp.

Honda

Civic – 2017

To be based on a new platform and take styling inspiration from New York concept car.

FCV – 2017

Honda has confirmed a production-ready version of its Fuel Cell Vehicle.

NSX – spring 2016

NSX sports car offers around 550bhp from its hybrid powertrain, which incorporates a V6 engine and three electric motors.

S2000 – 2018

S2000 sports car will return as a rival to the Mazda MX-5.

Hyundai

i30 – 2017

Third-generation i30 has been spotted testing. It’ll be here in 2017.

i30 N

i30 hot hatch will be used to kick-start Hyundai’s new N performance division.

Ioniq – late 2016

Hyundai is preparing its own dedicated hybrid model.

Genesis – 2016

Range-topping G90 saloon will go on sale in Korea in 2016.

Infiniti

QX30 – summer 2016

QX30 will join the Q30 hatchback in a growing compact SUV line-up from Infiniti.

Q50 facelift – autumn 2016

Facelifted Infiniti Q50 gets new V6 engines, steering and chassis improvements

Q60 – summer 2016

Japanese rival to the BMW 4 Series and Audi A5 coupés.

Jaguar

E-Pace – 2017

It looks like Jaguar is preparing to enter the small SUV market.

F-Pace – spring 2016

Jaguar’s first ever SUV will take styling cues from the C-X17 concept, and will be powered by the Ingenium engine range.

F-Type SVR – summer 2016

Jaguar’s F-Type sports car has been upgraded and modified to become more powerful, faster and lighter.

Electric SUV – 2017

Dramatically styled battery-powered 4×4 is poised to go on sale in 2017, priced at around £60,000.

Kia

Kia Cee’d – 2017

New version of Kia’s family hatchback will get a new 1.0-litre engine, with a hot GT-badged version to follow.

Niro – autumn 2016

Kia’s new crossover will be a rival to the Toyota Prius.

Optima Sportswagon – late 2016

Estate version of the fourth-generation Optima.

Picanto – 2017

Third-generation Picanto has been spotted testing.

Soul facelift – 2017

Exterior looks to be largely unchanged; we expect the cabin to see the most changes.

Lamborghini

Aventador SV roadster – spring 2016

Range-topping 740bhp Aventador SV coupé will be joined by open-topped roadster.

Urus – 2018

Lamborghini’s SUV is expected to share its underpinnings with the Bentley Bentayga

Land Rover

Evoque convertible – 2016

The Evoque Convertible will arrive in 2016. 

Discovery 5 – 2017

High-tech large SUV to take on the new Volvo XC90.

Defender – 2019

Land Rover’s Defender replacement won’t be here until 2019.

Lexus

LC 500 – late 2016

Sports coupe to replace LFA.

Maserati

Levante – 2017

We’ll see the final version of Maserati’s new luxury SUV before the year is out.

Mercedes-Benz

E-Class – summer 2016

The next-generation E-class will take styling cues from the C-class, GLA and S-class coupé, with latest test mules showcasing a new large infotainment screen inside the cabin. It’ll be joined by the E-Class Coupe later in 2016.

CLA facelift – mid 2016

CLA gets a mild facelift to bring it in line with the rest of the facelifted A-Class range.

Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman – Early 2016

Six-seat version of the S600 should offer even more luxury, and is aimed at the booming Chinese market.

S-Class Cabriolet – spring 2016

Drop-top S-class gets a folding fabric roof, and will battle close to the territory of the Bentley Continental GTC.

GLS – 2016

Facelifted GL gets new engine line-up.

SLC – spring 2016

The facelifted Mercedes-Benz SLK will morph into the new SLC as part of Merc’s rebranded range.

SL facelift – 2016

Updated SL to go on sale at the end of 2016.

Mercedes-AMG GT3 – 2016

Hardcore track-focused version of Mercedes-AMG’s GT sports car will be based on the Geneva concept of the same name.

Mercedes-AMG S65 Cabriolet – April 2016

Luxurious four-seat S65 Cabriolet receives the same upgraded twin-turbocharged 5.5-litre V12 as the recently introduced S65 Coupé.

Mini

Convertible – March 2016

Bigger and better equipped than the outgoing car.

Countryman – late 2016

All-new Countryman will come to market with updated styling and larger dimensions.

Superleggera – 2019

Mini’s direct rival to the Mazda MX-5.

MG

GS – May 2016

MG’s first production SUV gets a turbocharged 2.0-litre engine and CS concept-inspired looks.

Mitsubishi

Outlander facelift – 2016

Mitsubishi hasn’t said when the facelifted Outlander will come to the UK, but the upgraded car was shown in New York.

ASX – 2016

Qashqai-rival could spawn an Evo version.

Shogun – 2017

All-new off-roader will stick to its 4×4 roots.

Nissan

Pulsar Nismo – mid 2016

Paris motor show 2014 concept car is tipped to make production with 1.6 turbo petrol power.

Mircra – 2016

Replacement will aim to improve perceived quality.

Juke – late 2016

Nissan’s next Juke will focus on improving its technology and perceived quality.

Pagani

Huayra R – 2016

A faster, more focused version of the Huayra.

Peugeot

2008 facelift – summer 2016

The facelifted Peugeot 2008 crossover has been revealed. It features styling updates inside and out and the option of a new automatic transmission as part of its mid-life refresh.

3008 – 2017

Peugeot’s MPV crossover to get more conventional SUV styling.

Porsche

911 R – 2017

Back-to-basics 911 is in the pipeline.

911 – 2018

All-new 911 arrives in 2018, expected to offer a hybrid powertrain for the first time.

718 Boxster and 718 Cayman – mid 2016

Four-cylinder boxer engines will be offered in the revised Boxster, the new estimated 400bhp units also destined for the Cayman.

Cayenne – 2018

Porsche readies the 2018 Cayenne, it’s based on Audi Q7 platform

Panamera – spring 2016

Porsche is planning big changes for the second-generation of the saloon.

Panamera Shooting Brake – 2017

The Shooting Brake’s design is clearly inspired by the silhouette of the Panamera Sport Turismo concept from the 2012 Paris Motor Show and increases both rear head room and boot space compared with its four-door equivalent.

Mission E – 2020

All-electric rival to Tesla Model S.

Renault

Alpine – 2017

Rear-drive, two-seat coupe will revive the sporting Alpine brand.

Large SUV – 2017

Renault’s X-trail rival will arrive in 2017.

Megane – summer 2016

More mature look and higher-quality interior for Renault’s crucial next-gen hatch which is expected to be joined by an estate version in 2017.

Scenic – late 2016

Next-gen MPV to get big overhaul.

Rolls-Royce

Dawn convertible – spring 2016

The Ghost-based Wraith coupé will spawn a convertible version.

SUV – 2017

Rolls-Royce has confirmed that it’s working on an SUV model, codenamed Cullinan.

Seat

Leon facelift – late 2016

Facelifted hatchback which will then be replaced by the all-new car in 2018.

Ateca – 2016

A Leon-based SUV should significantly improve Seat’s sales volumes.

Skoda

SUV – late 2016

Skoda’s new large SUV, due in late 2016, will be closely related to the Volkswagen CrossBlue.

Ssangyong

Tivoli XLV – summer 2016

Ssangyong will bring a longer, more spacious version of its Tivoli crossover to the UK this summer

Subaru

Impreza – 2016

New Impreza is the first of a new-generation of Subarus that will adopt a new standardised platform.

Suzuki

Baleno – summer 2016

Mild hybrid power and 1.0-litre turbo petrol for new Suzuki supermini

Ignis – 2017

Compact crossover is a production version of iM-4 concept car.

Tesla

Model X – Mid 2016

The Model X is a seven-seat SUV based on the four-wheel-drive Model S electric saloon. 

Model 3 – 2017

Tesla will enter the executive class with its £30,000 all-electric saloon.

Roadster – 2019

Second-generation Roadster is expected in 2019.

Tramontana

R – 2016

Although it’s road legal, the Tramontana is pitched as a track-focussed special.

Trion

Nemesis – January 2016

The world’s first 2000bhp supercar is lightly pencilled in for production in 2016. 

Toyota

Prius – early 2016

Fourth-gen Prius will usher in a new modular platform for Toyota. 

C-HR – spring 2016

Juke-rival expected to be revealed at 2016 Geneva motor show.

TVR

Revitalised TVR will bring four new sports cars to the market from 2017. 

Vauxhall

Astra Sports Tourer – 2016

Estate version of Vauxhall’s new hatch arrives early in 2016.

Insignia – 2017

Larger and more spacious than outgoing car.

Meriva – 2017

Replacement gets conventional doors in bid to turn the Meriva into a crossover.

Mokka X – late 2016

Despite the new name, the X is essentially just a facelifted version of the current Mokka. It gains an updated exterior, a new engine and a more comprehensive list of technical features.

Zafira Tourer – 2017

New front and rear-end styling and interior improvements for Vauxhall Zafira Tourer.

Volvo

S90 – spring 2016

Range-topping Volvo will take styling inspiration from the 2011 Volvo Concept Universe concept.

V90 – autumn 2016

Estate version of the S90 will arrive this autumn.

Volkswagen

Golf – Late 2016

Next-generation Golf to get new mild hybrid powertrains.

Tiguan – spring 2016

Second-generation Tiguan will be offered with five or seven seats.

Electric model – 2019

Beleaguered Volkswagen aims to “make a statement” with a cutting-edge new electric model which will be capable of travelling more than 300 miles on a single charge.

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