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17 cars to look forward to in 2019

Set to be a year of stand-out new arrivals, the motoring team spins through the models to keep an eye out for in the coming 12 months.

The industry as a whole is looking to ever more sophisticated electrified and autonomous vehicles, a trend clearly shown in the cars we're expecting to see in 2019.

The Evoque's been a massive hit for Land Rover, and the brand's hoping to recreate that success in the new model by changing, well, as little as possible. It even comes with an invisible bonnet!

1. Range Rover Evoque

The Evoque's been a massive hit for Land Rover, and the brand's hoping to recreate that success in the new model by changing, well, as little as possible. It even comes with an invisible bonnet!
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This sleek saloon marks a big change for Volvo, as it's set to be the brand's first car in decades with no diesel option. Instead, petrols and plug-in hybrids will fill the gap.

2. Volvo S60

This sleek saloon marks a big change for Volvo, as it's set to be the brand's first car in decades with no diesel option. Instead, petrols and plug-in hybrids will fill the gap.
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Though it may not be a revolutionary advance in terms of styling over the old car, this is, in fact, the all-new Porsche 911. The engine has been updated, while the gearbox is all-new.

3. Porsche 911

Though it may not be a revolutionary advance in terms of styling over the old car, this is, in fact, the all-new Porsche 911. The engine has been updated, while the gearbox is all-new.
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Citroen's last big SUV was the C-Crosser - a hideous rebadging of the Mitsubishi Outlander - but the C5 Aircross will be based on the same underpinnings as the excellent Peugeot 3008

4. Citroen C5 Aircross

Citroen's last big SUV was the C-Crosser - a hideous rebadging of the Mitsubishi Outlander - but the C5 Aircross will be based on the same underpinnings as the excellent Peugeot 3008
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