In 2016 Hyundai is hoping to stand out from the crowd with the unique Ioniq, it is due to launch early 2016 and is the first car to offer three efficient and ultra-low-emission powertrains.
Customers can choose from full electric, plug-in gasoline/electric hybrid or gasoline/electric hybrid to run inside the aerodynamic automobile.
Hyundai have said the Ioniq will deliver a fun and responsive driving experience while also helping to reduce drivers' impact on the environment.
2016 brings the new Toyota C-HR Concept, with it's sleek and muscular design it is sure to appeal to those seeking an active urban lifestyle.
The C-HR is powered by Toyota's signature Hybrid system and joins their widening range of Hybrid models.
The new platform beneath the coupe has been designed to satisfy customers' demands for state-of-the-art handling and control.
After Toyota's recent success in being number one in Hybrid sales they are excited to be showing off the new 2016 Prius, The Prius is the oldest and best selling Hybrid.
The 2016 Prius has a new feature, pedestrian detection, even if a driver doesn't see a person walking into the road the Prius will and will apply the brakes to avoid an accident.
With its modern new look it looks sure to remain at the top of the Hybrid market.
Toyota are also looking forward to introducing their first 4x4 Hybrid, The RAV4, to their ever growing Hybrid range.