One of the early models of the Hyundai Iconic hybrid in 2016 (AFP)
Many people are looking to replace their existing cars with new ones, while playing computer chips shortage A role in undermining the launch of new models, however, there are models coming this year, from the cars hacks to super mini and hybridshatchback.
Here is a list provided by “Autocar” of 12 models that will be released this July:
1 – “Hyundai Ionic 6”
This electric vehicle is fast and poised to rival the Porsche Taycan, and its marketing was postponed to July, taking advantage of the delay to expand the battery from 72.6 kWh to 77.4 kW.
2 – “Alpina B3” and “D3S”
The B3 has previously received an excellent 5-star rating, and the new one is expected to be strong and comfortable.
3 – Audi A3 City Carver
It is likely to offer City Carver technology and an engine range similar to the A3 standard, with a selection of petrol and diesel.
4 – “BMW 3”
The new electric 3 Series is for China only, and its production will start this month with an updated smart iDrive system, with a huge 15-inch infotainment screen, and a range of petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid engines.
5 – “DS7 Crossback”
There are obvious interior improvements to the luxury SUV as it enters its fourth year.
6 – “Aeneos Grenadier”
This quad will be powered by petrol and diesel engines and will be sold in the UK from £48,000. The model will have a hydrogen fuel cell electric powertrain.
7 – “Kia Niro”
The best-selling crossover has undergone a major design overhaul, and continues with plug-in hybrid and electric options.
8 – “Lamborghini Urus”
This 4-year-old SUV is likely to receive some modifications, although it is still far from being a super capable sports car.
9 – Mercedes-AMG One
This car took a long time to hit the market, can accelerate from zero to 124 mph in just 6 seconds, and is scheduled to start production this month.
10 – “Nissan Arya”
The much-anticipated electric SUV is set to go on sale in the UK, priced below £41,845, has 63 kWh and rises to £58,440 with the addition of the 87 kW E-Performance package with 389 horsepower.
11 – “Skoda Eniac VRS”
The first electric model, it will have a 295-horsepower all-wheel drive transmission that can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 6.5 seconds, with a range of 309 miles.
12 – Toyota BZ4X
The first electric SUV developed jointly with “Subaru”, at a price of 41,950 pounds.