Best 2018 Cars

Best 2018 Cars: WITH BRAND-NEW car registrations falling in 2017 for the first time in six years, as consumer self-confidence takes a hit, car makers are having to pull out all the stops to maintain the wheels transforming. For a lot of, that means technology and a boating of new versions to try and tempt buyers right into display rooms.

The general trend is expected to be continued SUV-isation (also the Kia Picanto city car is getting a jacked-up crossover spin-off) as well as significant financial investment in electric versions, proof which could be seen today with the news by VW that it had put on hold sales of the Golf GTE plug-in crossbreed, as manufacturing might not stay on par with need. In November in 2014, sales of cars eligible for the government's plug-in car grant rose 53.7% versus the same month in 2016, from 2,482 to 3,814, against a decrease in overall car sales of 11.2%.

But 2018 will not be all about the electrical change; we still have lots of gas and diesel models landing on these coasts over the following Twelve Month. Here are the most popular cars to watch out for this year.

Best 2018 Cars


Jaguar E-Pace

The F-Pace's baby bro signs up with the fastest-growing car section and makes certain in order to help grow Jaguar's sales.

Kia Picanto X-Line

The small Picanto city car gets a crossover variation.

Kia Stinger GT

Movie critics are raving regarding Kia's first sporting activities GT. Not unusual, provided it's the creation of an engineer poached from BMW's M division.

Rolls-Royce Phantom

The stately home on wheels returns for an eighth generation. Cool down, Jeeves.

Seat Leon Cupra R

The most effective version of Seat's Golf-derived hatchback flaunts 306bhp and also lines so sharp you'll need gloves to unlock.

Skoda Karoq

The Karoq killed off the charismatic Yeti. But don't worry, it's a wonderful mid-sized crossover, even if it does look like every one of its opponents.