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Top 5 Cars of 2017


Audi TT Offroad Concept frontSO here we go… 2017 has clocked up its first few miles and as we get further down the road there are some pretty interesting stops along the way. 2016 was a good year for new cars, but 2017 has a few aces of its own to play. With big show-stopping motor shows such as Geneva, Detroit, and Frankfurt, the stage is set for these star cars to make their debut. Here our the top 5 cars of 2017 that we can expect to see.


cars of 2017 alpineA triumphant return of the little sports car brand! Parent company Renault have the money and RenaultSport have the knowhow. This Alpine has everything going for it. Various images have been released but expect it to finally hit the road this year.

Alfa Romeo Stelvio

alfa-romeo-stelvio-rearIt is rare for us to get so excited about an SUV, but the new Alfa Stelvio has a mouthwatering recipe. In Quadrifoglio guise it is equipped with a 2.9 litre V6 engine with 503 BHP. Factor in that beautiful design and the Italian brand could be onto a winner. A worthy addition to our top cars of 2017.

All-New Ford Fiesta

2017-ford-fiesta-st-lineFord are taking the Fiesta upmarket with an evolutionary design and some classy touches. Full length glass roof, a large touch screen, and a more rugged model are all on the cards. The big question is, will it be as good as its predecessor?

Toyota Supra

Toyota FT-1 Concept carBMW and Toyota have been cooking up something special within their collaboration for a new sports car. Expected to reignite the Supra name, this coupe will share a platform with BMW’s next generation Z4. A salivating prospect and certainly one of the most anticipated cars of 2017.

2018 Honda Civic Type R

2018-honda-civic-type-r-what-to-expectReplacing the relatively short-lived FK2 Honda Civic Type R, this new car based upon the 10th generation model will be the first Type R to go stateside. To be powered by a 2.0 litre turbocharged VTEC engine, the prototype concept car certainly looks like a match for its predecessor.