Welcome to our guide for new cars arriving on UK shores in 2016. As soon as a new model arrives on the market, Yes Lease will be working with our partners to deliver the best value leases we possibly can.
Kia Sportage – Could the second-generation Sportage SUV be another hit?
Lotus 3-Eleven – First revealed at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the 3-Eleven is the fastest, most powerful Lotus ever.
Mercedes-Maybach S600 Pullman – The six-seater luxury limousine is aimed at the Chinese market.
Mitsubishi Outlander – Mitsubishi’s highly successful plug-in hybrid has received a facelift and should hit the UK some time this year.
Mitsubishi ASX – The next-generation plug-in hybrid is also due in 2016.
Renault Alpine – Renault is reviving the sporting Alpine with the rear-drive two-seater.
Toyota Prius (pic above) – The fourth-generation Prius introduces a new modular platform for the Japanese car maker.
Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer – The Astra Sports Tourer is the estate version of Vauxhall’s new hatchback.
Alpina B7 – The new B7 will have a retuned 4.4L V8 engine capable of churning out 600hp.
Audi A4 Allroad – Audi’s SUV is a more rugged version of the A4 Avant.
Audi R8 Spyder – The drop-top version of the R8 Spyder comes out in spring.
Audi Q1 – This is seen as the premium competitor to the Nissan Juke.
Bentley Bentayga (pic above) – Bentley’s first SUV is rumoured to have a new design than the concept version.
BMW M2 – The new baby M gets a grown-up upgrade and 365 bhp.
BMW M4 GTS – This high-performance car claims not just one, but two BMW-claimed firsts: organic LED taillights, and a water-injection system.
Cadillac CT6 – The twin-turbocharged v6 is set to be a rival to the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
Ferrari 488 Spider – Described as delivering ‘extreme performance for extreme emotions’, the 488 Spider is Ferrari’s most powerful mid-engined convertible.
Fiat Tipo – The new Tipo will rival the Ford Focus.
Ford Focus RS – The third-generation RS will, for the first time, come equipped with an all-wheel drive.
Honda NSX (pic above) – Honda’s hybrid supercar boasts 550bhp, a V6 engine and three electric motors.
Hyundai i20 Active – The i20 Active made its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, and is an amped-up cousin of the i20 supermini.
Jaguar F-Pace – The first SUV by Jaguar is similar in styling to the C-X17 concept. An electric model called the E-Pace is set for a 2017 release.
Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster – The 740bhp Roadster is the first Lamborghini convertible to wear the SV badge.
Land Rover Evoque Convertible – The Range Rover Evoque Convertible is the world’s first luxury SUV convertible.
Maserati Levante – Launching in March, Maserati’s new luxury SUV has been confirmed for an early release this year.
Mercedes-Benz GLS – The revamped GL is getting a new engine range.
Mercedes-Benz SLC (pic above) – Set for a release in April, the SLC is an updated version of the SLK and will replace the range.
Mercedes-AMG GT3 – The race car version of the GT is based on the concept introduced at the Geneva Motor Show.
Mini Convertible – The bigger and improved Mini Convertible will go on sale in March in Cooper, Cooper D, and Cooper S forms.
Pagani Huayra R – The new model is a more extreme version of the Huayra supercar.
Rolls-Royce Dawn convertible – A convertible version of the Wraith coupe, Rolls-Royce’s Dawn is a luxurious four-seater.
Toyota C-HR – Toyota’s hybrid crossover, expected to rival the Nissan Juke, should be revealed at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.
Volvo S90 – Based on the 2011 Volvo Concept Universe, Volvo’s top-of-the-range executive car will be the first car with standard semi-autonomous technology.
Aston Martin DB11 (pic above) or perhaps a new name? – The replacement for the DB9 will be equipped with a twin-turbocharged AMG engine.
Audi A3 Saloon – The popular compact executive car is expected to undergo minor design tweaks.
Audi RS4 Avant – Fans of the new A4 will appreciate this performance version with a V6 engine.
BMW 3 GT – The facelifted 3-series Gran Turismo looks set to be a funky luxury hatchback with better fuel economy.
Ferrari F12tdf – The hardcore version of the V12 super coupé will have a serious power boost.
Mercedes-Benz E-Class (pic above) – The next-generation E-Class has clear influences of the C-Class, and a large infotainment screen in the cabin.
Mercedes-Benz CLA – The CLA receives a facelift, together with the others in the A-Class range.
MG GS – MG’s first SUV was first revealed at the Shanghai Motor Show last year and should launch this summer.
Nissan Pulsar Nismo – Nissan’s concept car from 2014 should come with 1.6 turbo petrol power.
Nissan Micra – The new version is set to improve customer perceptions of quality, with improved styling and interiors.
Porsche 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman – The Porsche Boxter and Cayman are renamed the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman.
Renault Megane (pic above) – The next-generation hatchback will have a more grown-up look and improved interior.
Suzuki Baleno – The new Suzuki supermini offers mild hybrid power and 1-litre turbo petrol.
Tesla Model X (main pic) – Tesla’s hotly-anticipated seven-seat Model X is marketed as the fastest, safest, and most capable SUV in history.
Volkswagen Tiguan – The second-generation Tiguan is more spacious and upmarket.
Alfa Romeo Giulia – Alfa Romeo’s rival to the BMW 3-series will see a new design, engines and tech.
Fiat 124 Spider – The original Italian roadster was a huge hit in the 60s. The new 124 is based on Mazda’s MX-5 with a turbo engine.
Kia Niro – Another rival to the Toyota Prius, the Niro is Kia’s upcoming hybrid crossover.
Porsche Panamera – The next-generation Panamera is reported to make its debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show in October.
Subaru Impreza – The new Impreza blends family-car functionality with the tough capability of standard all-wheel drive.
Audi A5 – The second-generation SUV is expected late 2016.
Audi TT RS – The smaller version of the R8 is out sometime this year.
BMW X2 – The X2 could be a sportier sibling of the X1.
Ford Focus Electric – Ford’s update on its first all-electric passenger vehicle will get a fast-charging function to achieve 100 miles of range with 30 minutes’ charge time.
Ford GT (pic above) – The all-new 600bhp supercar is designed to celebrate high-performance and the 50th anniversary of Ford GT racing cars.
Hyundai Ioniq – Hyundai’s hybrid will attempt to dethrone the Toyota Prius as the current global favourite.
Kia Optima Sportswagon – This will be Kia’s estate version of the fourth-generation Optima.
Mercedes-Benz SL – The timeless drop-top gets a facelift and will be available at the end of the year.
Mini Countryman (interior pic above) – The all-new Countryman will come with a facelift and bigger dimensions.
Nissan Juke – The new Juke focuses on better technology and quality.
Renault Scenic – The new Scenic is influenced by chunky SUVs, due to go on sale at the end of 2016.
Seat Leon – The hatchback will get a facelift and eventually be replaced by an all-new car in 2018.
Seat Leon SUV – Seat’s first SUV is based on the Seat Leon.
Skoda SUV – Skoda’s large 7-seater SUV, dubbed the Kodiak or Snowman, will be positioned above the Yeti.
Vauxhall Insignia – Due late 2016, the new Insignia will be bigger and more spacious.
Volkswagen Golf (pic above) – The VS Golf Mk8 aims to be greener, lighter and more practical.