Vans, BMWs, Honda CR-V, Chevrolet Corvette, Audi S4, Porsche Cayman, Toyota Supra, Ford Focus RS, and many more are coming to the UK.
The dream car craze, fuelled by nostalgia and love of the past, is now in its fourth decade, with some of the biggest names in the automotive industry taking part.
In the UK, there are some interesting brands making their first appearances.
But what exactly are they?
What does the dream car industry look like in the UK?
Here’s a guide to what we know and what you need to know to make the most of the coming months.
Vans and BMWs Vans Vans are small, two-door cars with a long tail that has a narrow profile.
They are usually built by VW Group’s brand Vans.
They were created as an alternative to cars such as the Porsche Boxster or the Toyota Corolla.
The Vans can range from £8,500 to £22,000, depending on the model and features.
They come in many shapes and sizes, from the Vans R6 hatchback to the R8 hatchback.
Vannes are VW Group cars.
They range from small VWs to luxury models.
Vauxhall Vauxhalls are VW group cars, but the company is owned by Renault.
They have a range of cars from the Mini to the Touran.
The range is limited to around 60 cars and ranges between £23,000 and £27,000.
The company is based in the Netherlands, but it has a number of offices in the US.
The latest Vauxhouse is a hatchback called the Vauxsport.
It is based on the Audi RS 4.
The engine is a 1.8-litre turbocharged petrol V6, with a maximum output of 200kW.
The car is available in two colours – silver and black.
V8s and Vauxfuses Vauxcaras are VWs cars.
The first models were the RS 3 and the R4.
Vaxes are a VW Group car with a similar engine, but they come in a variety of body styles.
The biggest cars to come to the market are the RS 5, the R6 and the RS 8.
The RS 5 was introduced in 2001, and is the most successful model of the series.
It has a 2.0-litres turbocharged engine and a maximum power of 240kW (220hp and 230lb ft).
The RS 8, which was launched in 2010, has a 3.0 litre turbo engine, with power of 380kW and torque of 527lb ft.
The R6 is also based on a Vax, with its power output of 340kW, and torque output of 637lb ft (570Nm).
There are some big Vauxcars such as Audi’s R8, BMW’s RS 8 and Mercedes-Benz’ SLS.
The current range of Vauxhouses is based around the Mercedes SLS AMG, which is based off of the Vax R8.
Vantage and S7 Vantage is a VW group car.
It uses a 1,400cc four-cylinder engine, which produces 330kW at 6,000rpm.
The rear axle is driven by a 6-speed dual clutch transmission.
The front axle is also a six-speed.
Vee has a range from the 2 Series up to the S7 and the S9.
The S7 has a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liters turbocharged four-cam V6 engine, producing 380kWh.
It also has a 5-speed manual gearbox.
The model has a starting price of £27.9 million.
The new S7 is the S6, and costs £30 million.
It starts with the S4 Active and is sold in three versions – S6 Premium, S6 Active and S6.
The Premium version is based a 3,000cc twin-cam engine, that produces 360kWh and can reach 4,400rpm.
It will have a six speed dual clutch and an automatic transmission.
It can be ordered in a range between £28,995 and £37,990.
The other two models – S7 Premium and S9 Active – are powered by a 1.,500cc twin turbocharged 3,500cc engine.
It produces 360hp and 450Nm of torque at 6500rpm.
Vauen is a Volkswagen Group car.
This car is based upon the Audi S5.
It shares the same engine as the S5 and the same suspension system, but is powered by the same 1.6-litrie turbocharged three-cylinders engine.
The models are available from £28.9, £35.6, £37.6 and £47.6 million.
A range of models from the Audi A4 to