Incoming

AUGUST-SEPTEMBER

Audi A4 Allroad and SQ7; Bentley Bentayga and Mulsanne; BMW M3, M4 Competition and M4 GTS; Ferrari California T HS; Fiat 124 Spider; Haval H6; Holden Astra, Colorado facelift, Cruze sedan and Trailblazer; Hyundai Elantra Sport; Infiniti QX30; Jaguar F-Pace; Maserati Levante; Mercedes-AMG E63 S; Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class and S-Class Cabriolet; MG GS; Nissan GT-R; Range Rover Evoque Convertible; Renault Koleos; Suzuki Baleno; Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series; Volvo V40

Fiat 124 Spider

Built on t the same platform as the Mazda MX-5, Fiatís 124 Spider is one of this yearís most hotly anticipated arrivals, and comes equipped with a 125kW turbo engine as well as stunning Italian styling front and rear. We canít wait to see what Fiat does with the hardtop version.

OCTOBER-NOVEMBER

Aston Martin DB11; Audi A3, S3 facelift, S4, Q7 e-tron and SQ7 TDI, TT RS; BMW i3 facelift, M2, M240i and M40i, X5; Citroen DS3; Ferrari GTC4 Lusso; Ford Edge and Kuga; Holden Trax facelift; Honda NSX; Hyundai i30; Infiniti Q60; Mahindra XUV500 W10; Mercedes-Benz E-Class, GLC Coupe, GLE 500e and SLC facelift; Mini JCW Convertible; Peugeot 2008; Renault Megane; Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo and Octavia RS230; Subaru BRZ; Tesla Model X; Toyota 86; Volkswagen Tiguan; Volvo Polestar and S90

Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo

Slated for release in October, Skodaís Fabia Monte Carlo should build on the success of its predecessor. The previous version of the Monte Carlo made up two in every five sales for Fabia.

However, it was previously only available on the hatchback; this time around Skoda will also add a wagon version.