BMW 5 series G31 Touring

The new BMW 5 Series Touring, which is likely to be revealed September 2017. The new Touring will follow the 5 series sedan. The new mid size BMW will compete against Mercedes-Benz’s new E-Class and Audi A6. The new 5 series will borrow its styling from the new 7 series, X5 and facelifted 3 series.

BMW 5 series

Traditionally, the new 5 Series is set to feature a range of four and six-cylinder engines of 2.0 and 3.0-litre capacities. A successor to today’s tri-turbo 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel will produce close to 400bhp. An plug-in hybrid, with the same set-up as the 3 series, will be included as well. It is also rumoured that the next 5 Series will benefit from BMW’s new 1.5-litre petrol and diesel turbocharged three-cylinder engines in an effort to help to drop emissions.

BMW 5 series

Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster

The new Mercedes-AMG GT is a different segmented car as the SLS. It will compete against the Porsche 911, Aston Martin Vantage and Jaguar F-type. These car all have a roadster version as well, so Mercedes needs to make a topless version as well
I have made this car a while back, but I have changed the color to yellow as I did not like the color anymore of my original car.

Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster

The new Mercedes-AMG has a 4.0 liter V8 engine and will have a higher weight due to more steel to strengthen the chassis. The roof will, like the SLS roadster, have a cloth roof.

Mercedes-AMG GT Roadster

Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo

The second-generation Porsche Panamera will come with a shooting brake body variant. And good news for the US, as they will get this version as well.

Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo Shooting Brake

A long-roof Panamera is not something new, as the Sport Turismo Wagon Concept was unveiled in 2012. The Panamera will be based on the Volkswagen Group’s MSB platform for large, front-engined, rear-wheel-drive (with available all-wheel drive) cars.

Panamera Sport Turismo Shooting Brake

Audi RS5

Audi will be releasing its next-generation RS5 super-coupé next year.

Audi RS5

The new RS5 will have wheel arch extensions, larger front air intakes and larger wheels on a wider track. The larger intakes reveal the true identity of what lies beneath. The RS model’s more potent engine, which, despite being unconfirmed, is expected to switch from the current normally aspirated V8 with 444bhp to a twin-turbocharged V6 producing around 500bhp.

Audi RS5

Audi A5 Sportback

The new Audi A5 coupe was an evolution of the first generation. As many liked the old design, Audi has only updated the design to make it a little more angular. As with the first generation, the new A5 will also feature a wide variety of models. like the Coupe, Convertible, Sportback and sporty RS models.

Audi A5 Sportback

The new Audi A5 Sportback will have a lengthened version of the new MLB platform that is also used for the A5 Coupe and the new A4.

Audi A5 Sportback

Volvo S40

The small premium sedan segment is becoming a very popular choice for new car buyers. Especially in the USA and China this segment has increased its importance significantly since the new Mercedes-Benz CLA, Buick Verano, Acura ILX and Auid A3. However, Volvo has had a sedan offering in this segment before but they discontinued it in the last redesign.

Volvo S40

It looks like the new Volvo S40 will be introduced next year with many design features found on the new XC90, S90 and V90

Volvo S40

Tesla Model Y

Tesla has been increasing its portfolio quickly the last two year. First was the Model X added to the range and the recently introduced Model 3 has already nearly 400.000 pre-orders. The fourth model that will be introduced to complete the ‘S3XY’ lineup is the smaller crossover of Tesla based on the Model 3. This new crossover would compete against the likes of the new BMW i5, Audi’s E-tron, Mercedes ELC, and Jaguar’s electric SUV.

Tesla Model Y

The Model Y will share a platform with the Model 3 and, subsequently, be priced slightly higher. The Model Y will have a similar relation to the Model 3 as the Model X has to the Model S. As the base will be the same as the Model 3, specifications will be similar with the base version having rear-wheel-drive cars and should get about a 215-mile range. All-wheel drive will be offered, and larger batteries with longer ranges are expected. Tesla’s Autopilot self-driving feature will come standard.

Tesla Model Y

Subaru Outback sedan

Volvo unveiled their rugged up sedan, the S60 Cross Country last year. However, they were not the first one to introduce such vehicle. Subaru has sold an Outback sedan from 1998 as the Legacy SUS. Subaru has sold three generations of this model. So, why couldn’t Subaru use the current Legacy sedan to create a new Subaru Outback sedan?

Subaru Outback sedan

2018 Ford Focus

The next Ford Focus is going to get even bigger. The wheelbase will be longer than the current model, which will create more interior room.

Ford Focus

The next Focus arrives probably at some point late 2017 or early in 2018. It’ll be fitted with a range of EcoBoost engines with three- or four-cylinders.

Ford Focus

2018 Volkswagen Crossblue SUV

VW has had some problems selling the Volkswagen Touareg in the USA. The midsize SUV was too expensive compared to the Ford Explorer, Toyota Highlander, Chevrolet Traverse, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Honda Pilot. Also, the Touareg lacks a third row of seats.

Volkswagen Crossblue

Designed to be positioned between the Tiguan and the Touareg, the CrossBlue will nevertheless offer seating for seven, and will use a lengthened version of the modular MQB platform that now underpins the Tiguan and a range of other VW group vehicles.

Volkswagen Crossblue