At Limo Broker we love to keep our eyes and ears open for new cars on the market, discovering innovative designs that could potentially be added to our fleet of hire vehicles.

Having attended the Beijing Motor Show for many years we have began to appreciate just how special such shows are, providing a window into the future of the automotive industry.

Although revealing cars that could not be added to our roads for a decade it is still a great way to keep up-to-date on the way in which the motor industry is heading.

This month we have the Detroit Motor Show to attend, with many experimental concept vehicles set to be unveiled.

Here are our top 5 cars we are most excited to see.

VW Cross Coupe GTE Concept

The car is said to boast many distinctive features including an aluminium air inlet below a narrow, two-bar grille. Exhibiting four doors, it has been criticised of not being a real coupe, however, it does have a slanted, coupe-like roofline.

Although a beautiful design we are all interested in what we will be presented with under the bonnet. The car homes a 276-horsepower 3.6-litre V6 as well as two electric motors. These motors can power the car for up to 20 miles, working in coalition with the gas engines to create 355 horsepower.

It is said that we will see the car hit our roads late 2016.

Mercedes GLE450 AMG Sport Coupe/ AMG GLE63 Coupe

Mercedes are renowned for adding new and improved marques to their fleet, always keeping BMW on their toes. This vehicle is set to be a direct competitor of the X6 SUV

The GLE 450 AMG 4Matic Coupe will go on sale sporting a 362-horsepower V6 engine, a nine-speed transmission as well as all-wheel drive. It has already been branded a sophisticated vehicle by industry experts, made with variable controls depending on road conditions.

Range Rover HSE Td6

The launch of this car marks the first time British carmakers will offer an optional diesel in the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport collection, which the brand believes 20-30% of their customers will opt for.

The Range Rover’s 3.0-litre Td6 turbocharged V6 gets 254 horsepower with huge attention being paid to towing capability.

This car’s competitors include the Mercedes-Benz GLK250 BlueTEC and the BMW X5.

 Infiniti Q60 Concept

This is a concept car that we are greatly excited for with the upcoming Q60 coupe said to be sharper and more intelligent than the current model. With a striking grille and narrow headlights it is safe to say that some alterations have been made, changes that will define whether or not this car will be a success.

Under the bonnet you will find a new turbocharged 3.0-litre V6, hopefully being the catalyst of bringing Nissan back from the dead.

 Buick Cascada

The four-seat Buick is the brand’s first convertible in 25 years, with the carmakers expected to receive a great deal of interest at the show.

The Cascada employs a turbocharged 200 horsepower engine and a safety system that deploys rollover protection, appearing to be impressively more modern than their last convertible vehicle.


Although exited to see all of these cars there a few that have made it into our favourite category. What car would you be most interested in?