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The press day on March 6th will mark the start of the show, with doors opening to the public on March 8th. Visitors will be able to witness a host of new concept and production cars set to go on sale around the world in the coming few months and beyond.
Check out below some of the latest models which have been recently been revealed by key manufacturers to showcase at this year’s Show.
Everyone loves a Ferrari, and this year the new Ferrari F12 Berlinetta will be on show in all its glory, sporting a V12, 730bhp engine, capable of achieving 0-62mph in just 3.1 seconds!
Despite the unusual choice of name, this is Nissan’s latest concept car which will fall into the compact hatchback segment and is set to sit in between the Nissan Micra and the Nissan Juke.
Jaguar XF Sportbrake
Jaguar has finally built an estate version of the XF which is set to rival the popular BMW 5-series Touring, the Audi A6 Avant and the Mercedes E-class estate. It will come with a selection of diesel engines and will go on sale this autumn.
Range Rover Evoque Convertible Concept
This represents a concept which you might never have considered, the Evoque Convertible Concept from Range Rover offers a four-seat soft-top which is being showcased to ascertain what the public’s interest would be to a car of this design.
Mini John Cooper Works Countryman
This is a high performance version of Mini’s junior SUV Countryman which offers complete four wheel drive as well as a newly developed four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine.
Volkswagen Golf GTI Cabriolet
An exciting production version of the new Golf GTI Cabriolet offers the engine from its hot hatch GTI combined with the thrill of a convertible car.
The all-new Volvo V40 offers the usual luxury and class typical of Volvo, sporting “a Scandinavian luxury look and feel, a high-quality aura and meticulous attention to detail”. Engines will range from a 94g/km diesel to a turbocharged 251bhp T5.
The new 1-series will sport a six cylinder twin-turbocharged engine creating the Concept M135i which forms part of BMW’s new M Performance collection boasting power of up to 300bhp. It is also the first new generation 1-series to be shown in three-door form.