The Alfa Romeo Giulia is an executive saloon that is great to look at and a genuine alternative to the BMW 3 Series, Audi A4 and Mercedes C-Class.
The Bentley Bentayga is the firm's first SUV. It has a 6.0-litre petrol engine and costs £160,000.
The BMW M2 will do 0-62mph in just 4.5 seconds but it's the way it handles that will make it so appealing to enthusiasts.
The DS 4 Crossback is a raised version of the standard DS 4 and comes with plenty of standard equipment and a plush interior.
The Fiat Tipo Station Wagon is the estate version of the new hatchback and adds some useful extra practicality.
The Ford Edge is a five-seat SUV that was originally developed for the US market; after much tweaking, Ford has now launched the car in Europe.
An alternative to the BMW M2 further up the list, the Ford Focus RS is a 345bhp hot hatchback that is very good to drive but also significantly cheaper than the M2.
Only 10 examples of Ford's hi-tech supercar, the Ford GT, will come to the UK initially and they've already been allocated to buyers.
The Ford Ranger is available with a 3.2-litre diesel engine and a tow limit of up to 3,500kg.
The latest Honda Civic represents one of the biggest jumps between consecutive models of the car and Honda will be hoping this helps boost sales.
The new Honda NSX uses a 3.5-litre petrol engine and three electric motors and is set to cost around £130,000.
The Kia Optima is a saloon car to rival more obvious choices like the Ford Mondeo, Vauxhall Insignia and Mazda6, and offers buyers plenty of technology and good value for money.
The latest Kia Sportage is much more distinctive than the old version, but it’s just as practical and easy to drive.
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