Singapore Motor Show 2016: Master list of cars

CarBuyer Team



Should you bother to see the motor show on Friday? This list of the stars will help you decide

SINGAPORE — Singapore Motor Show 2016 finally opens its doors tomorrow, and is promised to be even bigger and better than 2015’s edition, which was held after a long absence.

If you need help deciding whether or not to attend Singapore’s biggest automotive event of the year, or even to zoom in on cars that you really should check out, we’ve compiled this handy list of every car that we’re expecting to see at Suntec.

New releases and Singapore debuts are in bold. Please note that this list is subject to change as carmakers may or may not decide to show off certain models. Volkswagen will be at the show too but declined to comment on which cars they would be showing.


Audi will pull the covers off a new version of its most popular car, the A4 sedan, as well as the all-new, second-generation R8 sports car.

Audi A1 Sportback
Audi A3 Sedan
Audi A3 Sportback
Audi A4  Singapore debut
Audi A6
Audi A7 Sportback
Audi A8
Audi Q3
Audi Q5
Audi Q7
Audi RS 6 Avant
Audi R8 Singapore debut


BMW won’t be bringing anything truly new to the show but the 216d Gran/Active Tourer, an economical diesel version of its popular 2 Series MPV, will surely be interesting for buyers, as well as the new 7 Series.

BMW 116d
BMW 216d Active Tourer
BMW 216d Gran Tourer
BMW 2 Series Convertible
BMW 3 Series
BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe
BMW 5 Series
BMW 740Li


Citroën has a long heritage that it wants Singaporeans to know about, but at the same time it rolls out cutting edge designs from the oddity that is the C4 Cactus to the highly practical and avant garde-looking C4 Grand Picasso.

Citroën Berlingo
Citroën C4 Cactus
Citroën C4 Picasso
Citroën C4 Grand Picasso
Citroën DS Automobiles 5 – Singapore debut


Ford had a show-stopper with the Mustang last year but mysteriously that car has disappeared, failing to make its Singapore sales debut in 2015 and it’s a no-show here too. Still, it’s got two of its best products – the fun-to-drive yet practical ‘Max’ family of MPVs.

Ford Fiesta
Ford Focus
Ford Mondeo
Ford C-Max – Singapore debut
Ford S-Max – Singapore debut


The launch of the Odyssey MPV, City compact sedan, the Jazz compact hatch and the Mobilio compact MPV have done wonders for Honda’s sales in Singapore.

Will the addition of the new six-seater MPV (Multi Purpose Vehicle) the Jade, with turbo power and a 3.5-litre V6 Legend sweeten the pot?

Honda Accord
Honda Jazz
Honda City
Honda Mobilio
Honda Civic
Honda CR-V
Honda HR-V
Honda Odyssey
Honda Legend – Singapore debut
Honda Jade – Singapore debut


The Koreans are getting bolder with their designs, and the Singapore Motor Show 2016 is a great place to see this in practice.

Hyundai continues to churn out budget cars that offer plenty of metal for money, like the fourth generation Accent, but the brand’s upmarket aspirations are represented by the Genesis, its BMW-fighter.

One notch below that is the new Hyundai Sonata, a fine example of Korea’s strategy of combining sharp looks with the latest tech.

Hyundai Accent
Hyundai Veloster Turbo
Hyundai Sonata
Hyundai Tucson
Hyundai Santa Fe
Hyundai Genesis


Japan’s answer to BMW (albeit with Mercedes engines under the bonnet!) will have a fairly low-key presence at Suntec, but Infiniti’s Q50 comes with Direct Adaptive Steering, an interesting feature for keen drivers.

Oh, there’s also the QX80, a 5.6-litre V8-powered  BFSUV (Big Freakingg Sports Utility Vehicle) which has to be the first giant Japanese luxo-SUV in Singapore since Lexus hasn’t launched its LX model here.

Infiniti Q50
Infiniti Q70 (facelift)
Infiniti QX80 – Singapore debut


Jaguar ended 2015 off with a BMW 3 Series and 5 Series killer, the XE and XF.

Built on its all new aluminium intensive architecture, the British carmaker is looking to make serious inroads in the premium segment this year with these two new luxe models.

Jaguar XE
Jaguar XF


Kia’s one of the few brands of the past years to have consistently upped its game in nearly all measurable factors. Currently, Kia’s ranked on Interbrand’s list of the 100 best global brands at 83rd spot.

Kia’s biggest sedan for Singapore, the Optima takes centre stage as it makes its debut at the Singapore Motor Show 2016.

Kia Forte K3
Kia Carens
Kia Sorento
Kia K5 Optima – Singapore debut

Land Rover/ Range Rover

Land Rover/Range Rover have only two models on show, but it’s got some promos going too such as free lifetime servicing, so that’s worth a look at least if you’re planning on buying one.  

Land Rover Discovery Sport
Range Rover Evoque


Lexus never fails to roll out the goods and this year is no different. It has a range of models all boasting its new 2.0-litre turbo engine that first debuted in the NX 200t, a compact SUV. Just last week, the GS 200t and IS 200t were added to local Lexus price list.

Then there’s the M5-rival, the all-new GS F, which makes its Lion City debut at the show.

Lexus GS F (Singapore debut)
Lexus RC F
Lexus GS 200t (Singapore debut)
Lexus IS 200t (Singapore debut)
Lexus RX 200t
Lexus NX 200t
Lexus ES 300h
Lexus NX 300h
Lexus CT 200h


Get acquainted with Mazda’s family of cars from the sprightly little Mazda 2, practical five-seater crossover CX-3, and the MX-5 roadster. These models along with the others are available with Mazda’s new-generation of 1.5- and 2.0-litre SkyActiv fuel-efficient engines.

Mazda 2
Mazda 3
Mazda 5
Mazda 6
CX-5 (facelift)
MX-5 (new)


Mitsubishi is planning something of a brand reboot here, opening a new showroom late 2014 and offering up four new or refreshed cars for buyers to consider.

Check out the perennial, unkillable and ever-present Lancer with what CarBuyer understands to be a local facelift, at the Singapore Motor Show 2016.

Mitsubishi Attrage
Mitsubishi ASX
Mitsubishi Lancer EX (facelift) – Singapore debut
Mitsubishi Outlander


Mercedes welcomes new buyers to their namesake by showcasing the more affordable models like the A-Class and B-Class. But that doesn’t mean they complete ignore the need for speed in their booth.

Super fast road cars like the A 45 AMG and C 63 AMG are sure bets when it comes to speed demons looking to buy a new set of wheels.

And then for those looking for something completely unique, models like the CLA Shooting Brake is sure to please.

Mercedes-Benz A-Class
Mercedes-Benz B-Class
Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupe
Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake
Mercedes-Benz C-Class
A 45 AMG
C 63 AMG


Check out popular models like the Sylphy and Qashqai, if you haven’t already bought one, that is.There’s also the return of an old name in the form of the new Nissan Pulsar. Be sure to ask about special Singapore Motor Show 2016 promotions while you’re there.

Nissan Sylphy 1.6L Signature Series
Nissan Note 1.2L DIG-S
Nissan Teana 2.5L
Nissan Juke 1.6L Adventure Series
Nissan Qashqai 1.2L DIG-T
Nissan Qashqai 2.0L Adventure Series
Nissan X-Trail 2.0L Adventure Series
Nissan Elgrand 2.5L 7-STR
Nissan Navara 2.3L D/Cab
Nissan Pulsar 1.2L DIG-T – Singapore debut


Engines are the main theme for Peugeot as it showcases its PureTech petrol and BlueHDi diesel powerplants. It debuts the 508, along with new 1.2-litre turbo models that sneak in beneath the 130bhp Category A cut-off.

Peugeot 308
Peugeot 308 SW
Peugeot 3008
Peugeot 5008
Peugeot 508 BlueHdi – Singapore debut


Renault’s first stab at the crossover and SUV market was with the Captur, this time it debuts its second at the Singapore Motor Show 2016 with the new Kadjar — a bigger more mature looking version of the Captur.

Renault Clio 1.5T dCi
Renault Fluence
Renault Fluence Privilege
Renault Grand Scenic 1.5T dCi
Renault Kadjar – Singapore debut
Renault Kadjar “Bose Edition” – Singapore debut


Probably the only concept car present at this year’s Singapore Motor Show 2016, come see Subaru’s concept car (and probably the only one at the show too…) the Viziv2. It has a 1.6-litre boxer diesel engine and three electric motors paired to a CVT.

And if you are wondering what on Earth is a “Levorg”? We’ve driven it already see link below) but you’ll be able to find out if it’s really a WRX wagon or not in the flesh.

Subaru XV
Subaru Levorg
Subaru WRX CVT
Subaru Forester I-L
Subaru Forester XT
Subaru Forester XT “Black Edition”
Subaru Legacy
Subaru Outback
Subaru Viziv2 Concept


Suzuki’s traditional strength has been a weakness in Singapore: its mastery of small cars hasn’t helped in a market that favours larger, more expensive machines.

If 2016 does bring cheaper COEs that make sales swing further towards mass-market cars, then its Swift might just swiftly change things.

There’s also the all-new Ciaz, a four-door sedan aimed at budget-minded buyers look for a 495-litre type boot.

Suzuki Vitara (new) – Singapore debut
Suzuki Ciaz (new) – Singapore debut
Suzuki Swift Special Edition
Suzuki Swift Sport
Suzuki S-Cross


Toyota takes the cake for saving the most stuff to show off at the event: It’s got six new models making their bow here.

Check out its new Toyota Corolla Altis Sport variant along with five other new models including the all-new Prius which features Toyota’s new way of making cars. Dubbed TNGA, or Toyota New Generation Architecture, this tech will underpin the next generation of Toyota cars everywhere in the world.

The Wish MPV also gets a Sport version, while the Avanza small MPV shows up in facelift form. Everyone’s favourite, unkillable truck, the Hilux, will also be there in all-new guise.

Toyota Previa
Toyota Corolla Altis
Toyota Corolla Altis Sport – Singapore debut
Toyota Camry
Toyota Avanza – Singapore debut
Toyota Alphard
Toyota Vellfire
Toyota Prius C
Toyota Prius (new) – Singapore debut
Toyota Wish Sport – Singapore debut
Toyota RAV4 (facelift) – Singapore debut
Toyota Hilux (new) – Singapore debut


Volvo hasn’t got anything new but head down to the Singapore Motor Show 2016 to enjoy special offers on its entire range including a dollar-for-dollar rebate if COE falls below current prices.  

Volvo V40 T2
Volvo S60 T2
Volvo S80 T5
Volvo XC60 T5
Volvo XC90 T6 R-Design



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