Global showcase for new brands and next-generation EVs

Yangwang U9

The future as Chinese brands gear up to bring new EVs to Europe and the US

Denza N7

Denza is yet another BYD offshoot. The new N7 is passably handsome, if a bit forgettable, and although Denza describes the car as an SUV, it’s more crossover in terms of scale and height.

Ford Explorer

Ford is splicing its pioneering American DNA with the more technologically adventurous spirit of its European arm with a new all-electric version of the Ford Explorer.

Lamborghini Revuelto

The story here is hybridisation, and the Revuelto is billed as the first series production V12 plug-in hybrid.

Genesis GV80 Coupé Concept

The GV80 Coupe calls itself a concept but you can consider it a relatively faithful representation of the South Korean luxury manufacturer’s next model. Revealed at the brand’s Genesis House HQ in New York

Yangwang U9

BYD’s luxury subsidiary, Yangwang, also showed its new sports coupé, the U9.

Mercedes-Maybach EQS 680 SUV

The interior is a butterscotch symphony of LED lights, sustainably produced leather and wood trim.

BYD Dolphin, Seal and Yangwang U9

HiPhi X

Chinese brand HiPhi is ready its X crossover for European sales.

Volkswagen ID.7

The latest in VW’s fast-expanding ID range is the ID.7, a limo-sized slippery-shaped four-door. The ID.7 majors on efficiency, with a projected maximum range of over 400 miles

BMW i7 M70 xDrive

This BMW’s fastest accelerating EV, with an accompanying Hans Zimmer-composed ‘engine note’.

Lincoln Nautilus

The new Nautilus features a 2-litre turbocharged hybrid powertrain across the trim levels, indicating that even in the land of the enormous SUV

MG Cyberster

As the MG4 brings new sophistication to the Chinese-owned, once-British brand, the next model looks even more intriguing. MG’s new Cyberster is a two-seater, open-topped EV due to launch in 2024.