The best new cars are coming in 2024 and beyond

The best new cars are coming in 2024 and beyond

The best new cars are coming in 2024 and beyond

With manufacturers in the works for years to come, there are already plenty of cars to be excited about in 2024 and beyond. In our round-up of the best new cars, we're taking the lid off what leading auto brands will be doing in the coming years, with a wide range of electric cars and SUVs expected.

By 2030 every new car sold in the UK will be electric and we are watching this unprecedented change being played out in the car market in real time.

The Volkswagen Group appears poised to expand its offering with Cupra, Skoda and VW, as all the big plans are being revealed, while the likes of Alfa Romeo and Renault are also set to make giant strides.

So scroll down now for our list of the best new cars set to arrive in 2024, 2025, and beyond.

Alfa Romeo Giulia EV

The next-generation Giulia has some big shoes to fill, as the current car is one of the most sought-after compact executives out there. However, Alfa is aggressively stepping in to replace it, with an all-electric saloon to rival models like the Tesla Model 3.

Based on the upcoming STLA Large EV platform with 800V engineering, the Giulia promises a range of about 500 miles and a charge to 80 percent in less than 20 minutes. The Quadrifoglio's two-engine, all-wheel-drive version can deliver up to 900 horsepower and blast from 0-62 mph in less than 2.0 seconds. Factor in the elegant looks and engaging driving dynamics and it'd be a shock if this Alfa wasn't competitive in its class.

Small Alfa Romeo e-SUV

Alfa is late to the EV party, but it's hoping its first battery-powered model will ship to the top of the class when it arrives.

The all-electric small SUV is the first model to be developed using know-how from parent company Stellantis, which means it will likely use the same e-CMP platform as cars like the 2008 Vauxhall Corsa-e and Peugeot e-V.

Expect more power from the 134-horsepower engine, improved package and revised chassis for more driver enjoyment and greater precision.

While this Alfa will be able to make near-silent progress, the distinctive styling cues heavily influenced by the larger Tonale mean it should still turn heads.

Alpine R5

Fans of fast French hatchbacks are waiting for a fun experience in 2025, when Alpine unveils a faster version of the upcoming all-electric Renault 5.

It's been nearly five decades since the sports marque first worked its magic on an evolution of the original Renault supermini, but this all-new model is ready to step back from years gone by.

It features a 215-horsepower electric motor driving the front wheels, and it should do 0-62 mph in less than six seconds.

There will also be a wider track, with a lowered and stiff suspension for nimble handling, while the exterior will pay homage to the mid-engined Renault 5 Turbo of the 1980s.

Alpine SUV

Alpine has big plans for its future, and you need look no further than the GT X-Over (working title) SUV for proof.

The company made its name with the light and agile A110 sports utility vehicle, but to get ahead on the sales charts, it needs a crossover model.

Still, the premium newcomer promises to be true to the brand's values, with solid performance, engaging handling, and a lightweight that's lighter than its competitors.

On top of the company's promises to be fully electric by the middle of the decade, the GT X-Over will likely use a three-motor layout with 450 horsepower and Active Torque Vectoring capability.

Its design will draw heavily on the iconic A110, with a low roofline and four-lamp layout.

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