New cars 2017

Cars coming soon 2017

This year promises to be exciting with many new low emission models launching in 2017. Keep on top of all the latest releases with Next Green Car's list of electric, plug-in hybrid, hybrid and low emission petrol and diesel cars coming soon to the UK. Use the search below to filter the results by vehicle class or technology and find a car which will suit your needs.

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BMW 5 Series

CO2: tbc g/km
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Coming soon February 2017

FORD Fiesta

CO2: 82 g/km g/km
OTR:
Coming soon Summer 2017

HONDA Civic

Small family CO2: TBC
OTR: TBC
Coming soon Spring 2017

HONDA Clarity Fuel Cell

Large family CO2: 0 g/km
OTR: TBC
Coming soon Autumn 2017

HYUNDAI i30

CO2: 89 g/km g/km
OTR: TBC
Coming soon Spring 2017

HYUNDAI Ioniq Plug-In

CO2: 32 g/km g/km
OTR: TBC
Coming soon Summer 2017

KIA Niro

Supermini CO2: TBC
OTR: TBC
Coming soon February 2017

KIA Niro PHEV

Crossover CO2: TBC
OTR: TBC
Coming soon Sept 2017

LAND ROVER Discovery

SUV CO2: TBC
OTR: TBC
Coming soon Spring 2017

MERCEDES-BENZ E-Class All Terrain

Estate CO2: TBC
OTR: TBC
Coming soon Spring 2017

Green cars coming soon 2017

The last few years have seen a remarkable surge in demand for ultra-low emission vehicles. As a result, an increasing number of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles are being launched with each of the 10 best-selling brands in the UK now offering an EV as part of their model range.

In addition to the raft of new plug-in cars, there are many other low emission, conventionally-fuelled models coming soon to the UK. With fuel economy front of mind for many consumers, car manufacturers are continuing to release new petrol and diesel models with tailpipe CO2 emissions around or below 100 g/km; other larger models are also being launched with segment-leading emission figures. Some caution should be exercised when considering the latest new model emission figures, and resultant high MPG, as it has been shown that achievable real world MPG often differs substantially from the official figures - see Real MPG section for more.

Chris Lilly

Author:Chris Lilly
Date Updated:18th Jul 2017

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