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New Year, New Car: A Guide To The New Cars Coming In 2024

Whether you’re already planning to buy a new car in 2024 or simply thinking about what you can look forward to in the coming year, you’ve come to the right place. Now that the New Year is fully underway, our team has taken the time to look at the new cars coming in 2024 and it’s safe to say that we’re incredibly excited about what’s to come. 

From all-electric versions of some longstanding classic vehicles to huge innovations in the luxury car market, 2024 is set to be a huge year for the automotive industry. So, whatever you might be in the market for or dreaming about, there will be a vehicle that excites you. Here are our picks of just some of the incredible new cars coming in 2024. 

Audi Q6 e-tron

Audi has long been at the forefront of the green revolution, having already successfully adapted a number of its most popular vehicles into all-electric models. Soon to enter production and therefore next on the list of Audi models getting the green treatment is the ever-popular Q6. The Audi Q6 e-tron is set to be an efficient addition to the Audi all-electric range, clocking an impressive 373-mile range and battery with the capability of charging at speeds of up to 270kW. This isn’t just a model of upgrades though, it’s full of firsts too. We’re particularly excited about the inclusion of the world’s first active digital light signature, signalling a brand-new style and appearance totally unique to Audi.

Citroen e-C3

Launching towards the back end of 2024, the new Citroen e-C3 promises to reinvent the feel of the classic and popular Citroen C3 model. For its size it’s set to offer a reasonable range of up to 199 miles and exceptionally quick charging, making it a great entry point to the electric market if you haven’t converted already. A boxy look is coupled with a classic Citroen two-tone roof to give this new model a distinct but fresh feel and, better still, the e-C3 promises to offer a totally comfortable drive. For the first time in the history of the C3, Advanced Comfort Suspension and Advanced Comfort Seats are included as standard to promise a ‘magic carpet ride’ of a drive. 

Ford Explorer

We were hoping that we might see the new all-electric Ford Explorer last year, but delays pushed the release of this mid-sized SUV into 2024. The benefit of the wait is that this new spin on a Ford classic will feature an exceptional battery as the first Ford to utilise Volkswagen Group’s MEB electric car platform. It’s not hard to see why this new car coming in 2024 is billed as ‘adventure-ready’, either. Advanced driver assistance and an exceptional interior are set to make travelling distances in the Explorer feel like a breeze. 

Hyundai Ioniq 7

The Ioniq 5 and 6 have both proved particularly popular evolutions in the Hyundai family so it’s only natural that we’d see the next innovation from Hyundai sometime soon and 2024 looks set to be that year. The impressive Hyundai Ioniq 7 is a seven-seat beast, kitted out with the same platform as the great Kia EV9. Rear wheel and all-wheel drive versions will give drivers variety when it comes to giving this new car a spin, though it’s the all-wheel version stealing the headlines thanks to an extra motor on the front axle and combined power output of 379bhp. Having been prievewed since 2021, we are certainly excited to see the Ioniq 7 in its full glory this year. 

Kia EV3

Also set to utilise the Hyundai-Kia Group’s E-GMP architecture is the EV3, the latest fully-electric crossover from Kia. Small but mighty, details of this SUV are still limited but what we do know sounds great. In terms of the design, think boxy and minimalistic. However, a minimalistic style will not come at any expense to features. If last year’s Kia EV9 is anything to go by, we’re set to see an interior that is just as trendy. 

Lotus Emeya

If you’ve ever read the Intelligent Vehicle Finance blog before, you’ll know just how excited we were by the arrival of the Lotus Eletre. As the luxury brand’s entry into the electric market, the Eletre was unlike anything we’d seen before. It’s no wonder, then, that we’re just as excited for Lotus’ next release: the Lotus Emeya. Performance is set to be very similar to the Eletre but with a big difference - this is the first four-door saloon from Lotus in some time. There’s still a lot to be revealed about this new car coming in 2024 so bear with us, but what we can be sure of is an almighty driving experience and a long range to match.

Mini Aceman

With the Mini all-electric range continuing to evolve, the all-new Mini Aceman is set to join the family in 2024. In terms of look and feel, the Aceman will rival the discontinued 5-door Mini Hatch with some of the new design quirks of the new Mini Cooper and Mini Countryman. Behind the wheel, it’s said that this new car coming in 2024 will have a classic Mini driving feel, just powered with a fully electric battery offering an expected range of 200-250 miles.

Range Rover Electric

Last but certainly not least is one of our most hotly anticipated new cars coming in 2024: the long-awaited arrival of the first Range Rover Electric. A fully electric Range Rover has been a long time coming, and we’re pretty certain that this vehicle will be worth the wait. What do we know so far? Well, it will feature an 800-volt electrical architecture with rapid charging times. Stay tuned to see how this concept evolves before the year is up. 

If you are keen to get your hands on a brand new car for 2024, look no further than a lease deal from Intelligent Vehicle Finance. With the best lease deals on a huge range of the top models from all manufacturers, our friendly team can help you find the perfect option today. Get in touch to find out more.