Looking further in to the future
WE WON’T SEE THESE ARRIVE IN THE NEXT YEAR, BUT THEY MIGHT NOT BE TOO FAR AWAY
This concept car was showcased at the North American International Auto Show this year. It is said to be powered by a plug-in hybrid drivetrain with 330 kW of power and 700 N.m of torque.
BMW i8 Roadster
This is due to go in to production next year and said to be more powerful than the current i8 hybrid sportscar. It is also expected to have a refreshed face that will be extended to the striking hard-top version.
It’s like an X1, but sportier. Think what the X6 is to the X5. We’re hoping to see this launch next year in SA.
This has to be one of the most iconic cars on the road! So, will the next-generation four-door Wrangler be as iconic in style as the current one (pictured)? We will have to wait until 2018 to find out.
Tesla Model 3
Tesla claims it will be its most affordable car with a range of almost 350 km. You can expect to bolt from 0-100 km/h in 6,0 seconds.
This four-door sports sedan is a first for Kia. It will be offered with a 3,3-litre V6 engine under the bonnet producing a whopping 510 N.m of torque, making it the quickest, most powerful car Kia has ever produced.
Rolls Royce Cullinan
The first-ever Rolls-Royce SUV, the codenamed Cullinan is expected to hit the market late next year. Start saving people; this won’t come cheap!