1.Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio (QV)- this SUV Version of the Alfa Romeo will impress many adventure lovers. Coming in the first quarter of 2019, it has a 2.9/v6 bi-turbo engine which yields 380kw and 600NM.it has the ability to reach 283 km/h in just 3.8 seconds.
2.BMW X7 — March 2019. Fresh from its world debut at December’s Los Angeles Auto Show, BMW’s largest and most luxurious SUV will arrive here in two versions: the xDrive30d single-turbo diesel with outputs of 195kW and 620Nm, and the four-turbo M50d diesel with 294kW and 760Nm.
3.BMW Z4 — first quarter 2019. this luxurious two seaters will see its debut with a cloth roof. it is powered by 250kw/500Nm,3.0 liter, six-cylinder turbo. its top speed is limited to 250km/h.
4.Ford Ranger Raptor — second quarter 2019. The Raptor features a reinforced chassis supported by completely different front and rear suspension compared to the standard Ranger, with motorsport-derived position-sensitive curbing Fox shocks and extra ground clearance. The beefed-up bakkie also gets uprated brakes, a 150mm wider track, 168mm wider body and much bigger tyres.
5.jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Track hawk — First quarter 2019. The most powerful and quickest Jeep SUV yet, it’s fired along by a supercharged 6.2-litre V8 engine delivering an astonishing 522kW power and 868Nm torque. This comfortably outpunches mighty SUV rivals such as the BMW X5M / X6M, Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 and Porsche Cayenne Turbo.
6.Jeep Wrangler — first quarter 2019. The all-new Wrangler, now in its fourth generation, retains the legendary 4×4 capabilities and DNA of the iconic original while adding advanced new engines, a host of advanced technology, a more stylish and comfortable cabin, and various top combinations to ensure even more open-air freedom.
7.Jaguar I-Pace — February. Jaguar’s first electric vehicle will have impressive outputs of 294kW and 696Nm, enough to launch the all-wheel-drive SUV from 0-100km/h in 4.8 seconds. A single full charge provides a claimed range of up to 470km, which Jaguar says is more than enough to cover the average weekly commute of 300km. Jaguar has set up a fast-charging network around the country that can charge the vehicle from 0 to 80% in about 72 minutes), so that I-Pace owners can also take their vehicles on holiday.
8.porsche 911 — mid-year. The eighth generation of the iconic rear-engine sports car becomes a little better on both ends of its multitalented scale. It’s an even more relaxed and comfortable commuter, but gets added adrenaline at the sporty end with improved power and traction, which includes a new wet mode that makes the car safer to drive in rainy weather.
9.Tesla — Sometime in 2019? Elon Musk caused excitement by recently tweeting that his electric Teslas would go on sale in SA in 2019 but revealed no further details, including who the local distributor might be or which models will be offered. Overseas there are three ranges: The Model S luxury sedan, the Model X SUV, and the new Model 3 sedan which is Tesla’s most affordable car with a starting price in the US of $35,000 (R500,000). Musk has been known to jump the gun in his tweets sometimes, so we’re not necessarily holding our breath anticipating his cars here in 2019.
10.Toyota Supra — first half of 2019. The fourth-generation Supra built from 1993 to 2002 gained near-cult status in the Fast and the Furious movie franchise, which is why the new fifth-gen car has created such a stir. After an unusually long teaser campaign, Toyota’s much-anticipated rear-wheel-drive sports car has its official world unveiling at January’s Detroit motor show.