Is 2018 set to become the year of electric cars? All indicators surely point in that direction. In fact, the range of electric cars available is constantly evolving. Car manufacturers continue to renew their range, with new fuel cars as well.
In 2018 Audi is presenting its new A1 and A6, as well as the new Q3.
This is the year of the new-generation BMW 3 Series.
The year is expected to end with a new-generation Fiat 500. No minor updates or facelifts this time, but a brand new 500.
In 2018 Ford is launching its new Focus– the fourth generation of this compact saloon.
Honda’s hybrid Insight is set for a comeback in 2018.
Hyundai continues to believe in hydrogen. Its new FCEV will be launched in 2018.
2018 is all about the new-generation A-Class, which is expected in February.
In 2018, Nissan Leaf – the leading electric car worldwide – is getting a successor. A 40 kWh lithium-ion battery will give this EV an official driving range (NEDC) of 378 km.
The main innovation at Peugeot is the new 508.
Renault is launching the fifth-generation Clio this year.
The production of the Model 3 has just started in California. Hopefully the first models will arrive on the European market before the end of 2018, as promised.