The best cars from the 2024 Goodwood Festival of Speed


The Neue Klasse is our first look at the next-generation 3 Series EV, harking back to the range of saloons that established BMW as a major player in the European market. It will usher in an advanced new platform promising 30% more range, 30% faster charging and 25% better efficiency than the firm’s existing electric cars.

Everything we know about the BMW Vision Neue Klasse

BMW X3

BMW X3

The fourth-generation X3 will make its global debut at the Festival of Speed. It touts a radical new look inside and out, plus a heavily reworked chassis that’s promised to improve both handling and comfort. 

Everything we know about the new BMW X3

BYD Seal U 

BYD Seal U

Chinese firm BYD’s UK expansion continues with the Seal U, a plug-in hybrid family SUV majoring on refinement and economy. It will be shown alongside sibling brand Yangwang’s U8 luxury SUV in the First Glance paddock at the Festival of Speed.

Read our BYD Seal U review

Callum Skye 

Callum Skye front quarter

The first bespoke production car to come from former Jaguar designer Ian Callum’s new eponymous outfit, the Skye is an electric Ariel Nomad rival with 247bhp. It’s said to prioritise engagement, promising both a cosseting ride and good steering feel. The Skye will be shown in the Electric Avenue area.

Everything we know about the Callum Skye

Ferrari SF90 XX Spider

Ferrari SF90 XX front tracking

The first XX-branded road car packs an outrageous turn of pace, with its plug-in hybrid powertrain delivering 1016bhp and a 0-62mph sprint time of just 2.3sec. It will make a demo run up the Goodwood hillclimb.

Read our Ferrari SF90 XX and XX Spider review

Ford Mustang GTD

Ford Mustang GTD

This wild 800bhp road-going racer will make its dynamic debut on the Goodwood hill. Order books for the new model opened recently, with it priced from £315,000 in the UK.



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