The motoring world is a fast-paced one. With new models arriving all the time, existing cars need to be updated to make sure that they can keep up with the pace while also ensuring that they’re able to offer the latest technology and features that buyers are after.

As a result, 2024 is going to be packed with updated cars. Here, we’re going to take a look at some of the highlights to look out for.

Audi Q7

2023 was a busy year with new releases across the Audi range, with the launch of the brand-new Audi Q8 e-tron and updates to the original Q8 SUV, and it looks like 2024 will be just as busy!

Audi have announced updates to the largest SUV in the range, the Audi Q7! This large seven seater will benefit from new styling and updated tech features.

The majority of changes to the Audi Q7 will be seen through the exterior updates, with a new front and rear bumper design, exclusive colour choices and brand-new alloy wheels.

The 2024 Audi Q7 will be available to order from March 2024.

Discover the Q7 Updates

Brand-New 2024 Audi Q7 front

Audi RS e-tron GT Ice Race Edition

Audi have also announced updates and an exclusive design to the RS e-tron GT! Say hello to the Ice Race Edition, inspired by the annual GP Ice Race in the Austrian Alps, this new update is incredibly exclusive and will be limited to just 99 units worldwide.

Audi RS 6 Avant GT

Another limited edition release in 2024 from the world of Audi Sport, is the exclusive RS 6 Avant GT Edition! With only 660 units worldwide and just 60 gracing the UK, this exclusive model will undoubtedly become a collectors item. The design, styling and power output will all be unique to the GT with first deliveries expected second quarter 2024.

RS6 GT and RS etron GT Ice

Volkswagen Golf

2024 marks 50 years of the iconic VW Golf, to mark this momentous occasion, Volkswagen are bringing updates to the Golf… Meet MK 8.5!

The front end of the Volkswagen Golf has been updated to feature an all-new sleek and sharp design, the VW logo will now be illuminated and newly designed LED headlights finish of the new face.

The new Golf will also offer a plug-in hybrid option, now with an impressive all-electric range of 62 miles and a combined range of 600 miles. The Golf MK 8.5 will be arriving later in 2024.

Discover the New Golf and Uncover its History

Volkswagen Golf 2024 Updates

Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer

The Volkswagen ID.7 announced in 2023 was an exciting time for fans of the VW brand. The largest electric vehicle in the range, the Volkswagen ID.7 electric saloon, provides a spacious cabin, great interior quality, improved technology and up to 350 miles of pure electric range.

For 2024, Volkswagen have announced the launch of an Estate version, set to become the the brand’s electric flagship, meet the Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer. With increased space and practicality and a fantastic claimed range of up to 435 miles, the Tourer could be a great choice for those looking to make the switch to electric.

The VW ID.7 Tourer is expected to be launched in the second half of 2024.

Volkswagen ID.7 Tourer

PEUGEOT 3008 and E-3008

Peugeot’s 3008 SUV has been one of its most popular cars in recent years, and in 2024 it returns for a new generation.

Late last year PEUGEOT revelied the brand-new updates coming to the 3008 range. It’s quite a radical departure from the current model, with a bolder design and a new range of powertrains available. The new model has the all-new PEUGEOT branding and styling bringing it up to date with the more recent releases from the brand.

There will also be a full-electric option available branded the PEUGEOT E-3008. The new 3008 is expected to be seen on the roads in Spring 2024.

Find out more about the new 3008

Peugeot e-3008

Electric Range Rover

Land Rover have revealed their plans to introduce a fully-electric Range Rover to the market and it could be arriving sooner than expected.

It is likely that the new EV will largely resemble the standard car, with only a couple of specific EV touches, this approach is to entice current Range Rover customers and fans to make the switch to electric, instead of just marketing to current EV owners.

The off-road capability will not be lost when the Range Rover turns electric, and the introduction of an 800-volt system will enable high charging and energy management performance.

The expected release date for the Electric Range Rover is the second half of 2024.

Find out more about the Electric Range Rover

2024 Electric Range Rover



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