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In the ever-evolving landscape of the automotive industry, anticipation is building for the arrival of a new generation of vehicles set to redefine the driving experience in 2024. From cutting-edge electric powerhouses to sleek, performance-oriented marvels, the automotive world is gearing up for a thrilling year ahead. Buckle up as we take you on a journey through the top 5 cars that are destined to captivate enthusiasts and reshape the future of driving.

Ford Mustang GTD

A Ford Mustang priced at £235,000. Is the world going crazy? Our perspective is that Ford's engineers recognize the imminent conclusion of the era of petrol-fueled muscle cars, leading them to adopt an unrestricted approach at this moment. Positioned as a street-legal racecar aimed at Europe's elite (with aspirations of achieving an impressively rapid Nürburgring lap time), the GTD seamlessly integrates GT3-inspired aerodynamics with an anticipated power output exceeding 800bhp from its supercharged V8 engine.

The gearbox, an eight-speed twin-clutch system, is situated at the rear for balanced weight distribution. With dimensions 100mm wider and 40mm lower than a typical Mustang available for rental in Vegas, the GTD offers magnesium wheels as an optional feature. The term 'muscle car' no longer seems fitting; this is an unabashed display of extreme power and performance.

BMW M5 Touring

Following a two-generation absence, BMW is reintroducing an M5 estate to its lineup in 2024, showcased by a camouflaged test prototype already spotted testing at the Nürburgring. Anticipate the forthcoming 5 Series Touring to boast a powertrain akin to the XM, featuring a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 coupled with an electric motor, delivering up to 750bhp to all four wheels and offering a limited all-electric range. The intriguing challenge lies in how the M Division manages to maintain a respectable weight figure, especially considering the XM surpasses 2.7 tonnes.

Tesla Roadster

Well, one can indulge in wishful thinking. Teslas, however, have a tendency to arrive fashionably late; the Cybertruck, for instance, only recently reached customers despite being unveiled in 2019 and initially promised to be in full-scale production by 2021. The Model 3 and Model Y, too, took their fair share of time to materialize.

As far back as 2017, Tesla announced the development of a new convertible supercar boasting a range of 660 miles, a top speed of 250mph, and a price tag approximately one-tenth that of a Bugatti Chiron. Although sales were slated to commence in 2020, they have consistently been delayed, with Elon Musk's latest remarks suggesting a hopeful estimate of '2024.' Stay tuned for updates...

Porsche Macan EV

In 2024, Porsche's lucrative Macan, a stalwart in the realm of German SUV cash-cows, is undergoing a transformative shift into the realm of electric vehicles (EVs). The current iteration, though originating from the Audi Q5, exudes a distinct identity in its appearance, interior, and most importantly, its driving experience. The forthcoming Macan BEV will continue its collaboration with Audi, this time sharing the platform with the anticipated Q6 e-tron.

While both Audi and Porsche are gearing up to unveil updated versions of their electric sedans in 2024, featuring a shared architecture beneath their sleek four-door exteriors, Porsche is determined to showcase its commitment to avoiding mere badge-engineering. The emphasis remains on preserving its esteemed reputation for delivering unparalleled 4x4 handling and dynamics. Anticipate an evolution in styling, a cabin adorned with screens, and, optimistically, damping capabilities that could leave a Tesla Model Y hanging its head in shame.

Mercedes EQG

Introducing the electric G-Wagen! A somewhat unconventional move for the Mercedes EQ brand. Up to this point, the all-electric Mercedes lineup has prided itself on sleek aerodynamics. The EQS resembles a pebble or a flattened Prius, while the EQE takes on a smaller pebble or an even more compressed Prius appearance. The SUVs, on the other hand, maintain a consistent aesthetic.

However, the EQG is compelled to retain the iconic G-Wagen look, as the G-Wagen (or G Class) has achieved legendary status not necessarily for its driving dynamics, but for its formidable, war-ready appearance. Thus, the EQG must embody a blocky, robust, and sharply angled design, eschewing the smoother contours seen in its electric counterparts.

The question remains: will Mercedes opt for a triple- or quad-motor configuration, or

will it adhere to the conventional dual-motors while relying on traction control to deliver

the G-Class's renowned off-road capabilities? All answers will be unveiled in early 2024.



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