The new cars of 2024 worth waiting for

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Cupra Leon

You won’t mistake Spain’s Golf GTI for a Seat again, as Cupra ushers in a more purposeful look that brings it into line with the newer (and Cupra-only) Born, Formentor and Tavascan. The Leon will follow the closely related VW Golf in gaining some extensive tech and mechanical upgrades for 2024, with longer-range PHEVs, quicker infotainment and – praise be – more buttons and switches on the cards.

Everything we know about the new Cupra Leon

Cupra Tavascan

2024 Cupra Tavascan at the Munich motor show – front quarter

The Tavascan arrives in late 2024 as a sportier take on the VW Group’s MEB-based SUVs, the Audi Q4 E-tron, Volkswagen ID 4 and Skoda Enyaq. At launch, there will be a 335bhp dual-motor, four-wheel drive range-topper capable of reaching 62mph in 5.6sec, plus a less powerful rear-wheel drive model with a range of 340 miles. 

Everything we know about the Cupra Tavascan

Dacia Bigster

dacia bigster front three quarter 2

Kick-starting the brand’s push into the crucial C-segment, the Bigster is a 4.6-metre-long rival to the Ford Kuga and will cost less than £40,000 when it is launched later this year. It will be based on the same CMF platform as its similar-size Renault Group siblings, the Nissan X-Trail and Renault Austral, and is being engineered from the off with an outright focus on affordability.

Everything we know about the Dacia Bigster

Dacia Duster

new cars 2024 dacia duster

An early contender for bargain of the year? Dacia’s 4×4 has swapped onto a new platform for a promised boost in refinement and capability, and is now available with hybrid power for the first time.

Read our Dacia Duster review

Dacia Spring

Dacia Spring front quarter tracking

One of Europe’s cheapest electric cars finally comes to the UK next year, receiving a light interior update in the process. It’s expected to bring improvements to perceived interior quality and technology, but without lifting the price above £20,000. That will make it Britain’s cheapest full-size electric car by quite some margin.

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