What's Hot for 2018
The next 12 months is going to be the busiest year of new model releases in almost a decade as new markets like China and India continue to expand, while the industry copes to meet demand for the burgeoning electric vehicle market without forsaking its traditional sectors. Here’s what we think will be hot in 2018
As the auto industry transitions from being one, which builds cars to one they now like to refer to as “providing mobility solutions,” it means that all bases need to be covered.
As a result, 2018 is going to be the year where we will see the most even mix yet of traditional family cars, high-end luxury cars and gas-guzzling supercars fighting for showroom space with the new breed of electric alternatives in each market. Effectively, it will double the choices for consumers depending on whether they want be trail-blazers and go green with plug-in hybrids, electric or even hydrogen options, or stick with what they know and stay loyal to petrol and diesel options?
With so many new cars hitting in the market this year, we’ve compiled a list which comprises both the significant new launches in terms of drivetrain options as well as the ones that will remind us that there’s still plenty of fun left in the motoring game for a long time to come. [To be continued...]
What's hot for 2018
Stand by for more electric cars than you’ve ever seen before as the rollout of cars for 2018 will be bigger than ever, but fear not there’s still some fun in there too.
Our list of the 10 most significant cars that will hit the showrooms this year represent a snapshot into how the car industry is moving from petrol to electricity, looking to the future of mobility, yet not turning its back on the cars that made us fall in love with motoring to start with
It’s a welcome return of the once lauded Alpine brand owned by Renault. Think Monte Carlo Rally and a rival to Porsche for a dose of mid-engined fun. Due: May.
Aston Martin Vantage
Aston is on the cusp of big things with new management and a model rollout locked in for every year until at least 2025. Vantage is a pointer to its future. Due: July [To be continued...]