In addition to the return of bestsellers such as the Golf, the Clio or the 208, more than 130 models are about to be released in 2019. Tour of the horizon.
New Cars 2019-Car News looks like a Grand Cru at the end of this decade, starting with the renewal of the two stars of the French market, the Renault Clio and Peugeot 208. Other great classics will mark the new year, such as the new Volkswagen Golf 8, or the latest opus from Porsche 911. Review, brand by brand, of all new car 2019.
While waiting for a rain of novelties in 2020, this year should be rather calm for the Clover, with the launch of the Alfa Romeo Castello, a large 7-seater SUV, close to the 5 meters long, capable of competing with the Mercedes GLE.
The program loaded, in appearances, for the Rings, which will focus mainly on the declination of existing models. Apart from the Audi A3, presented in March in Geneva, no new model in its own right is expected. An Audi S1, about 250 hp, will develop the new A1 range at the end of the year. The Q2 range will also experience a high-performance evolution with an Audi SQ2 launched in the first half of the year. In China, the urban SUV will focus on the services of a 100% e-iron block, which we could benefit from in Europe. The new Audi Q3 will go under RS label in the spring, with around 400 hp, when a new silhouette, based on the same model, will integrate the range: an SUV coupe named Audi Q4. The A6 and A7 Sportback sedans will also be available as sports cars throughout the year. Wiser, the Audi A4 will quickly receive a real facelift, after a very timid update last summer. The same applies to the Audi Q7, which will be inspired by the look of the Q8, to modernize. The Audi R8, recently unveiled, muscle his game in coupe and cabriolet, mid-career. Finally, the electric SUV e-Tron, just arrived at the catalog, will take advantage of a Sportback silhouette before making the big jump in 2020.
It’s moving towards Woking, where we will host the first SUV of the brand, at the end of the year. The Aston Martin DBX, V12 at 608hp, will attack the Lamborghini Urus. We are also expecting a supercar developing 1000 hp for 1000 kg, named Aston Martin Valkyrie, alongside the Shooting-Brake definition of the Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato.
Crewe develops its range around its recent coupe. This will begin with the sale of the convertible Bentley Continental GT Convertible this winter, which will precede the Bentley Flying Spur, expected in the second half of the year.
The new generation of BMW Series 3 is just beginning its career and will soon be joined by the break bodyshell in Geneva in March. In the year, both will be supported by the thundering BMW M3, which is expected to be around 470 hp. The 4 Coupé and Gran Coupé series will follow at the end of the year. 2019 will also be the time of renewal for the BMW Series 1, also in Geneva. Farewell to 6 cylinders, propulsion and 3-door body for the compact car which is a little more in line. It will now rest on the platform of the SUV BMW X1 which, for its part, will pass through the facelift box. Still, in the crossover range, the BMW X3 M and X4 M will make the powder talk with more than 450 hp, while the BMW iX3 will adopt a 100% electric block, at the end of the year. At the top of the range, the BMW X5 will enjoy both plug-in hybridization and the Motorsport label. It will also experience an X6 derivative, as usual. But the real novelty, when it comes to aerial vehicles, will take on the characteristics of the BMW X7, in the spring. This 5.15 m long Mastodon, capable of boarding seven passengers, will primarily target the U.S. market. As for the series seven limousine, it will powder its snout from the Detroit salon in January. The highlight of the show will be the new series 8. After the launch of the Coupe and Cabriolet, it will be time for the M8 to enter the stage, just before the Gran Coupé variant, at four doors, at the end of the year.