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Best new cars for 2016



Here s what we re looking forward to in 2016 from the world s top car manufacturers

One thing is very clear at the moment: the car industry is looking great in 2016. From cheeky city cars and outrageous hypercars to new hybrids and all-electric SUVs. manufacturers have been busy prepping the models you want most – so we’ve put together a list of the best new cars for 2016.

While some of these top new 2016 cars focus on delivering the best driving thrills and push the boundaries in terms of design, most offer something new in the shape of connectivity and making the daily commute that little bit more pleasurable.

To keep you up to speed with what’s on the horizon, we’ve compiled this must-read page that showcases the best new cars destined for your local showroom in 2016.

So, if you’re in the market to buy a new car, don’t set foot in a dealership until you’ve read our rundown of the best cars for 2016.

The best new cars coming in 2016

Abarth 500X

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Price £22,000 (est), On sale Winter 2016

Fiat’s cheeky ad saw a 500 grow into a crossover after ‘swallowing’ a little blue pill. Well, now tuning arm Abarth is set to pump the 500X up further, creating a 200bhp rival to the Nissan Juke Nismo RS and MINI Countryman JCW. and our exclusive image shows how it could look.

Yet the Abarth 500X would get far more than just a flash bodykit, as it’s likely to use the Alfa Romeo 4C ’s 1.75-litre turbo. That would mean 0-62mph in less than seven seconds with an extremely fruity soundtrack to match.

Alfa Romeo Giulia

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Price £24,000 (est), On sale September 2016

Alfa Romeo has been absent from the compact executive market for the past four years, and it’s been a less glamorous place as a result. While the brand’s last attempt at a BMW 3 Series  beater was the sharp-suited 159, the new Giulia  revives a classic Alfa name and uses sensuous looks in a bid to win sales.

Unusually, bosses revealed the hottest model first – the wraps came off the BMW M3 -rivalling 4WD QV, with its 503bhp 3.0-litre V6 turbo, this year – but the range will include smaller-engined versions and numerous trim levels to battle the likes of the 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class , Audi’s new A4  and the Jaguar XE .

There’ll be a range of efficient diesels and turbo petrols to appeal to company buyers, and most Giulias will be rear-wheel drive to compete with rivals for thrills. The platform will also underpin Alfa’s new SUV.

Aston Martin DB11

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Price £170,000 (est), On sale Late 2016

It’s been a long time coming, but the beautiful DB9  – a car at the heart of the Aston Martin range – will be replaced by the DB11. which is set to arrive in late 2016. Under the bonnet should be a development of the existing Ford-built 6.0-litre V12, possibly turbocharged for added power and better efficiency.

The DB11 – illustrated here in our exclusive image – could also be available with a V8 engine. The likely candidate will be Mercedes-AMG’s latest 4.0-litre twin-turbo, taking advantage of Aston’s relationship with Daimler (the German company has a five per cent stake).

Plus, the interior could share components with Mercedes, with Auto Express spy shots showing a range of buttons and infotainment system from the S-Class. The DB11 will be the first in a new range of Astons, including an all-electric Rapide  and DBX crossover .

Audi A5

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Price £30,000 (est), On sale Sept 2016

Audi will follow up its all-new A4 with a new A5 using the same platform. As our spy shot shows, it will be far more rakish and, as before, come first as a two-door coupé, then later as a more practical five-door Sportback.

As well as being lower and wider than the A4, it will be lighter and more efficient than the car it replaces, plus far more refined. The lower-powered 148bhp 2.0-litre TDI version will emit less than 100g/km of CO2 – and this in a coupé likely to set new quality benchmarks in the class.

Audi S4 Price £40,000 (est) On sale Early 2016

Bentley Bentayga

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Price £160,000 (est), On sale Spring 2016

Bentley’s familiar 6.0-litre W12 engine will deliver 600bhp and 900Nm of torque, enabling it to get from 0-62mph in four seconds and top nearly 190mph. With those figures, the Bentayga will accelerate as quickly as a Porsche Cayenne Turbo S, but a claimed 22.1mpg and 292g/km of CO2 mean it’ll be costly to run. In time there will be a higher-powered Speed version, as well as more economical diesel and hybrid models.

BMW 5 Series

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Price £32,000 (est), On sale Summer 2016

With the current 5 Series still at the top of the class, the new model seems to have come around quickly. But 2016 will see it arrive with improved efficiency, a cutting- edge chassis and connectivity, and a sleeker profile.

The tech includes a carbon fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP) body similar to that used in the i3 to keep weight down but improve strength and safety, and a plug-in hybrid drivetrain that will see a 530e model surpass 100mpg. Three-cylinder petrol engines will also feature.


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Price £44,070, On sale April 2016

The eagerly awaited successor to the 1 Series M Coupé is almost with us, offering a rapid, slightly smaller and cheaper alternative to the M4. As our picture shows, it adds some muscle to the familiar 2 Series body.

Unlike the 1M, though, the M2 will be available with manual and automatic gearboxes. Under the bonnet lies an uprated version of the M235i’s turbo straight-six engine, but with 370bhp. That means 0-60mph takes 4.5 seconds for the manual and 4.3 seconds for the auto.

BMW i8 Plus Price £150,000 (est), On sale Late 2016

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