What new cars can we expect in 2024?

There is not much time left until 2024, so real car fans are already looking for information about new products from their favorite brands. In this material, we have compiled for you a list of the main and most anticipated car premieres of next year..

Many interesting premieres from different brands are planned for next year. This selection contains ordinary family cars that will be of interest to most car enthusiasts and the presentation of which is planned in 2024.

Urban crossover from Alfa Romeo

From the available information about the car, it is known that this crossover will take the place of the smallest car in the brand’s lineup. The role of the smallest and most affordable model was once occupied by the Alfa Romeo Mito, but after the model ceased to exist in 2018, this niche in the company's lineup was empty.

There is currently very little information about the future new product of the brand, but it is known that the new crossover will be an electric car. It is also expected that in addition to the electric version, a mild hybrid petrol engine version will be released.

BMW X2/iX2

Next year, the German automaker BMW will also offer customers an urban crossover – the updated X2. The 2024 model is expected to have an electric powertrain. The new iX2 crossover will receive two engines with a total power of 309 hp. with a power reserve of 450 km. However, it's not the fastest X2 — that honor goes to the petrol M35i, whose 296 horsepower propels it to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds.

Audi Q6 E-tron / Audi Q8

Next year, Audi will introduce two new crossovers at once. The Q8 model will receive a restyling and will take its place of honor in the class of premium crossovers, while the electric Q6 focuses on technology and modern trends in the auto industry.

The car will offer a range of almost 600 km and 270 kW charging power with a set of high-performance electric powertrains.

Cupra Tavascan

Tavascan will arrive at the end of 2024 as a sportier variant of VW Group's MEB-based SUVs, Audi Q4 E-tron, Volkswagen ID 4 and Skoda Enyaq. It is expected that the model will be presented with all-wheel drive and power units with a capacity of 335 horsepower and a power reserve of 550 km.

Citroën C3/ë-C3

The new Frenchman can easily lay claim to the title of the most affordable electric car in Europe.

It is expected that sales will begin in the summer of 2024, and the price of the car will start at almost $28,000. The car will be equipped with a lithium iron phosphate battery with a capacity of 44 kWh, which will provide a range of 480 km.

Renault City / Dacia Spring

One of the cheapest electric vehicles from the French-Japanese alliance in Europe will receive a restyling. This is expected to improve perceived interior quality and technology, but without raising the price above $25,000. This price will make the car even more attractive in the class of affordable electric cars.

Fiat 600e

The Fiat 600e shares many similarities with the Jeep Avenger, including a 51 kWh battery that offers a range of 400 km. This is a spacious family car that has a larger boot and a lower price than its competitors (eg the Volvo CX30).

The price for the electric version will start at $40,000. There will also be a simple petrol version at a more attractive price.

Ford Explorer

New battery legislation in the US has delayed the release of this small electric crossover until the summer of 2024. When it arrives, it will be offered in 168, 282 and 335 hp variants, and Ford says the car will have a range of 500 km.

MG 3

One of Europe's most affordable cars will get a major makeover next year. The company plans to introduce mild hybrid technology, as well as new electronic driver assistance systems, in the updated model. Although such upgrades significantly increase the cost of the car, company officials expect that the price of the MG 3 will not exceed $25,000.

Mini Cooper and Mini Countryman

The legendary Cooper has been updated to meet modern trends and has become fully electric. It will have a 181 hp front engine, a 40.7 kWh battery, and a range of 460 km. A new platform was developed for the new model together with Great Wall. A petrol model will also be available, but there are no details about it yet.

The new Countryman will receive a facelift and will also have both electric and petrol versions. The electric one will have a range of 450 km and a price of $53,000, while simple gasoline cars will cost approximately $37,000.

Peugeot e-3008

The Peugeot e-3008 is the first electric car to be based on parent firm Stellantis' new STLA Medium architecture, which offers a range of up to 700 km and all-wheel drive with a 316 hp twin-motor engine.

Renault Scenic

The legendary family car from Renault was also subject to changes. From now on, the Scenic has become an electric crossover with a claimed range of up to 620 km. It was designed with an emphasis on sustainability: up to 24% of the materials used to manufacture the Scenic are recycled.

Skoda Superb and Skoda Kodiaq

Unlike its brother, the new Volkswagen Passat, the new Superb will continue to be available in both sedan and station wagon body styles.. It will get fresh styling, improved interior technology and an updated interior, and will retain the current mix of petrol, diesel and hybrid powertrains.

The new Kodiaq is a plug-in hybrid with an electric range of up to 100 km and will also have a more upscale interior with a 10.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system as standard. Pricing will be announced closer to launch in mid-2024.

Updated Volkswagen Passat and Tiguan

From now on, the new generation Passat is available only as a station wagon. It will be available with a variety of petrol and diesel engines, as well as two plug-in hybrids with an electric-only range of over 100 km.

The popular VW Tiguan family SUV has received a significant technology update until 2024, bringing a new 12.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Headroom and trunk volume have increased, and its engines have been updated for improved efficiency.

Volvo EX 30 and Volvo EX 90

EX 30 — the brand's new electric crossover. It complements the Volvo range and offers a range of approximately 330 km in all variations. Expected cost is about $43,000.

The EX 90 is Volvo's most expensive car to date and is also considered the safest and most luxurious. It is equipped with a 111 kWh battery that provides a (claimed) range of 580 km.

The Range Rover rival is also introducing Lidar technology, which is planned to eventually enable «autonomous, unsupervised driving» in select locations and conditions.

Toyota C-HR

The eye-catching second-generation C-HR will look like a real concept car on the road. It will appear early next year with two parallel-hybrid power units with 138 or 198 hp, each delivering a consumption of more than 4 liters per 100 km. Its price will start at $40,000.