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Looking for a new car? Here's our guide to all the new models and updates set to be launched in the next 12 months and beyond.

1Audi A3 - mid 2020

Sharing its platform with the new Volkswagen Golf, there's a new Audi A3 on its way in 2020. It doesn't look a great deal different from its predecessor, although we're unlikely to see a three-door or convertible model. It'll be offered with a range of petrol and diesel engines, as well as a plug-in hybrid badged the A3 e-tron.

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2Audi Q4 e-tron - late 2020

Set to arrive late in 2020, the Audi Q4 e-tron is an electric SUV based on the same platform as the Volkswagen ID.3 and Skoda Enyaq. Smaller than the Audi e-tron, the Q4 e-tron is expected to have a range of more than 280 miles. Prices are likely to start in the region of £40,000.

3Ford Mustang Mach-E - late 2020

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It might have a Mustang badge, but the Mach-E will be an electric SUV capable of covering 370 miles between charges. There'll be short- and long-range models, and you'll also get to choose between two or four-wheel drive. Prices will start from £40,270 with early examples expected to be delivered late in 2020. 

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4Honda e - mid 2020

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There's lots to like about Honda's first electric car: retro looks, a tech-heavy interior and a fun driving experience. Its 137-mile range will be enough for a lot of drivers, but its £26,120 start price might make some think twice. Orders are now open with deliveries expected from summer.

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Honda Jazz - 2020

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The Honda Jazz is a firm HJ favourite - and a new model's on its way in 2020. It'll be offered with hybrid power, combining an electric motor with a small petrol engine. It'll also have a tech-heavy interior - similar to the Honda E's. It'll be on sale later this year.

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1Hyundai i10 - 2020

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The Hyundai i10 has always been an easy city car to recommend, although the new model, on sale this year, isn't quite the value proposition it once was. It'll still be cheap to run, however, and it's surprisingly good on the motorway. Dealers are now taking orders with deliveries from later in the year.

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2Kia Sorento - Autumn 2020

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The next-generation Kia Sorento has a longer wheelbase, meaning it'll be roomier inside than its predecessor. It'll initially be sold with diesel and hybrid engines, while a plug-in hybrid will follow. Expect prices to start in the region of £32,000.

3Kia Soul EV - late 2019

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The Kia Soul will be sold exclusively as an electric model from 2020. Its 64kWh powertrain provides a range of up to 280 miles between charges, with prices starting from £34,295 after the Government's plug-in car grant.

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4Land Rover Defender - 2020

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Orders are now open for the long-awaited new Land Rover Defender with deliveries expected later in 2020. Prices start from £45,240 for a long-wheelbase Defender 110, while the short-wheelbase 90 is available from £40,290. In typical Defender fashion, it'll be unstoppable off road and offered with no fewer than 170 aftermarket accessories.

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5Lynk&Co 01 - 2021

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Volvo’s Chinese owners, Geely, announced in 2016 that it would launch a new brand in a bid to tackle autonomous technology. Its first car, catchily badged the Lynk & Co 01, is set to arrive in Europe in late 2020 - although it could be a while before it's on sale in the UK. The tech-laden small SUV shares a platform with the Volvo XC40 and will initially be sold with a hybrid engine - a plug-in hybrid and electrical model will follow.

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6Lynk&Co 02 - 2021

You can launch a car brand with just one car, but two's better - which is why the Lynk & Co 02 is also mooted for 2021. Smaller than the 01, the 02 also shares a platform with the Volvo XC40, as well as its 1.5-litre petrol engine combined with electric motors.

Mercedes-Benz GLA - Spring 2020

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With the A-Class recently replaced, it’s also time for the A-Class-based GLA crossover to be updated. The smallest and most affordable Mercedes-Benz SUV on the market, the new GLA will rival the Audi Q2 and Volvo XC40 when it goes on sale later this year. Its engine line-up mirrors that of the A-Class, with entry-level models powered by a 1.3-litre petrol badged the GLA 200. There's also expected to be a GLA 35 AMG model.

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1MINI Electric

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An all-electric version of the MINI Hatch is now on sale with deliveries expected from March 2020. Prices start from £24,400 with a range of 124 - 144 miles depending on specification. That makes it a strong, British-built alternative to the Honda E.

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2Peugeot 2008 - mid 2020

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The new Peugeot 2008 is a sophisticated alternative to the new Renault Captur, Nissan Juke and Skoda Kamiq. It’s got the substance to back up the style, and there's also an electric version badged the e-2008. Prices start from £20,150 with deliveries from later in 2020.

3Polestar 2 - 2019

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An alternative to the Tesla Model 3, the electric Polestar 2 will start at around £49,900 when it goes on sale later in 2020, with more affordable models to follow. Powered by a 78kWh battery, it'll have a range of 310 miles and will be available to order exclusively online.

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4SEAT Leon - mid 2020


Along with the new Volkswagen Golf, there's a new SEAT Leon set to go on sale in March 2020. It'll be offered with a range of petrol, diesel, mild-hybrid, and plug-in hybrid engines with prices expected to start in the region of £20,000.

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Skoda Citigo-e iV - early 2020

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Like the SEAT Mii Electric, Skoda's gone electric-only with the Citigo. A cheaper, entry-level model means it undercuts rivals, with prices starting from £16,955 - but you'll probably want the pricer £19,315 model with its rapid charging capability. The Citigo-e iV is on sale now with deliveries expected soon.

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1Skoda Octavia - 2020

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For 2020, the Skoda Octavia is being pushed upmarket, leaving the smaller Scala model to cater for the budget-conscious. It looks an awful lot like the Superb but shares a great deal with the new Golf, including an engine line-up that includes plug-in hybrid versions. Even the hot vRS model will be sold with plug-in hybrid power.

2Toyota Yaris - late 2020

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The Toyota Yaris has always been a dependable little car but a replacement for the current model, launched in 2011, is well overdue. It'll be sold as a hybrid, combining a petrol engine with an electric motor, while a new platform means it'll be more fun to drive than before. It's set to go on sale in the second half of 2020.

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3TVR Griffith - 2020

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British sports car firm TVR is set to return, with a new Griffith producing 500PS from its V8 engine and capable of more than 200mph. It was meant to arrive early in 2019, but red tape means we're unlikely to see it on sale before 2021. Prices for the lairy TVR will start from £90,000, with TVR chairman Les Edgar promising “levels of technical sophistication, comfort, reliability and practically never seen by the brand before.”

Volkswagen Golf - Spring 2020

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With strong competition from the new Ford Focus and Kia Ceed, the ever-popular Volkswagen Golf is starting to look ever-so-slightly under threat. The eighth-generation model doesn't represent a huge departure in terms of styling, but it's interior takes things to the next level, including an all-digital dash. Prices start from £23,875 with first deliveries expected from Spring.

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1Volkswagen ID.3 - mid 2020

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The Golf-sized ID.3 is an electric car which will be able to cover between 205 and 341 miles from a charge when it arrives in the middle of 2020. Prices will start at around £26,000 for the 45kWh model, rising to more than £40,000 for the 77kWh version with its impressive 341-mile range.

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2Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet

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Hoping to succeed where the Range Rover Evoque failed, Volkswagen is launching a cabriolet version of its T-Roc crossover with prices starting from £26,750 and orders now open. Volkswagen's first convertible since the Beetle Cabriolet was axed, the T-Roc features an electric roof which can be dropped at speeds of up to 19mph and opened in nine seconds.

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