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As we embrace the arrival of 2015, here's a sneak peek of new car models that we can expect to see in Singapore in the coming months.

09 Jan 2015

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In a blink of an eye, 2014 has past and we are already into the second week of the new year. It seems like the market has adjusted to new regulations, as we have seen demands for new cars staying strong. 

While we're staying hopeful that more COEs will be released in the coming months, car fans can also rejoice as close to 50 new models are slated to be launched on our sunny shores soon. 

Here's a sneak peek of the star-studded lineup of 2015.

(Arrival dates are estimated)

Alfa Romeo



Arriving: Q1 2015

The much-anticipated super sports car from Alfa Romeo combines traditional two-door, two-seater and rear-wheel drive traits in a small and ultra-lightweight package for the ultimate driver experience. Driving the coupe is a 1.7-litre four-cylinder turbocharged unit that pushes 237bhp and 350Nm of torque. While not impressive figures, they are enough to launch the 895kg sports car from 0 to 100km/h in just 4.5 seconds.

Giulietta QV 

Arriving: Q1 2015

Sharing the same drivetrain as the 4C coupe, the Giuletta QV has a turbocharged 1.7-litre four-cylinder plant that puts out 240bhp and 300Nm of torque. With help from a six-speed dual-clutch gearbox, the hatchback can complete the century sprint in just six seconds flat.  

Aston Martin

Rapide S

Arriving: Q1 2015

The British marque's four-door cruiser, the Rapide S, will get an updated 5.9-litre V12 with slightly more grunt - 552bhp and 630Nm of torque. Like the Vanquish, it will also receive the new eight-speed transmission (up from six-speed previously). Likewise, the brakes and suspension have also been upgraded.


Arriving: Q1 2015

Aston Martin's carbon fibre-skinned flagship sports car will receive a new eight-speed Touchtronic 3 gearbox. The advanced and lightweight Torque Converter has a lower inertia and helps to improve the throttle response further, while achieving better fuel efficiency at the same time.


A1 Sportback 

Arriving: Q3 2015

The A1 range has been comprehensively refreshed, while keeping a strong focus on fuel efficiency. The smart city hatchback is now up to 10 percent more frugal than before, and will come equipped with an entirely new electromechanical power steering system.


Arriving: Q3 2015

Audi's popular executive sedan will receive a facelift in 2015, which will feature new engines, transmissions, headlamps, and a new infotainment system. As a result, the A6 is now more efficient and powerful, while keeping its low weight and high rigidity thanks to intelligent composite construction.

Audi A7 Sportback

Arriving: Q1 2015

Audi's stylish five-door tourer has been refreshed with changes to its singleframe grille, bumpers and light cluster, which has LED lights and Matrix LED headlamps. The A7 Sportback will also come with new engine configurations that are more efficient than before, as well as new infotainment systems. 


Arriving: Q3 2015

Inheriting the iconic traits of the marque, the Q3's chassis combines agile handling with supreme safety, with fine tunings to the car's setup to ensure a more comfortable ride than before. The compact SUV also has 10 more horses than before, and yet is 17 percent more fuel efficient.

TT Coupe

Arriving: Q1 2015

One of the highlights for Audi is the third generation TT sports car, which will feature the marque's innovative virtual cockpit and an array of innovative engine technologies. Both the TT and TTS will come with turbocharged 2.0-litre units, though the latter will be tuned for 310bhp and 380Nm of torque - versus the TT's 230bhp and 370Nm of torque.

TT and TTS Roadster 

Arriving: Q3 2015

Hot behind the heels of its coupe stablemates, the TT and TTS Roadster feature a thoroughly reworked folding soft-top that operates in a brisk 10 seconds. With the roof up, the roadster has a drag coefficient of just 0.30Cd, a figure that Audi claims to be the top amongst compact drop-top sports cars.


Mulsanne Speed

Arriving: TBC

Bentley's flagship sedan gets more power underneath the skin, with the renowned 6.75-litre twin-turbo V8 pushing out a mighty 630 horses and 1,100Nm of torque. This grants the ultra-luxury sedan a century sprint timing of 4.9 seconds and a top speed of 305km/h. On top of the power hike, fuel efficiency is improved by 13 percent.


2 Series Convertible and M235i Convertible

Arriving: Q1 2015

BMW's compact 2+2 coupes, the 2 Series and M235i, return with convertible variants that promise exhilarating performance and dynamic handling characteristics matched with drop-top motoring fun. Both convertibles are unique in their segment, with a newly developed electronically powered fabric top with improved insulation for better comfort. The top opens and closes in 20 seconds - even at speeds of up to 50km/h.


Arriving: Q1 2015

BMW has worked at making the new X6 more practical and comfortable. The X6 xDrive50i will feature the carmaker's latest V8 unit, which develops 450bhp and like the X5 range, the X6 model lineup will be joined by the xDrive 35i, which has a 306bhp petrol unit, as well as a 258bhp xDrive30d diesel variant.

X5M, X6M
and X6 M50d

Arriving: Q2 2015

Bavaria's pair of tarmac-burning SUVs is back, boasting a more dynamic stance than before. Underneath their hoods lie a 4.4-litre V8 unit that produces a maximum output of 575bhp - a four percent increase over their predecessors. Yet at the same time, fuel consumption has been reduced by 20 percent.
On the other hand, the X6 M50d will pack a 381bhp Tri-turbo diesel in-line six diesel engine.  

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