We’re already into 2022, and we’ve already seen most of what we can expect in terms of new models. However, 2023 is expected to be even more interesting as many automakers launch completely different models from their regular portfolio. What’s more, some of our iconic models are undergoing significant changes. With that in mind, here are a few new 2023 cars you should be most excited about.


11/11 Ford Mustang S650

2024 Ford Mustang family photo

2022 is the last year of the current generation S550 Ford Mustang. In March 2023 the next generation of the S650 pony car is going to go on the road.

Ba 2.3-liter EcoBoost and a 5.0-liter Coyote V-8 are available. However, they will be part of a hybrid system. It could also mean all-wheel drive for the S650 Mustang, but it’s too early to tell at this point. A 10-speed automatic transmission is expected to return, but there’s no word yet on a manual version. Ford is tight-lipped about the degree of hybridization, but it will almost certainly be a plug-in or full hybrid.

10/11 Porsche Macan EV

Macan prototype testing.

Porsche is in an interesting place right now. The company’s work is on synthetic fuel proves he’s not fully committed to an all-electric future. However, Porsche still plans to capitalize on the increasingly popular electric vehicle segment by expanding its lineup of electric vehicles and The Macan is the first model to switch from internal combustion to electricity starting in 2023.

As of this writing, Porsche is still ironing out some features, since the electric Macan has been spotted several times during cold weather testing At the same time, we know that the Macan with an internal combustion engine will be discontinued in 2024, confirming that the future of Porsche’s compact SUV is purely electric.

Read our full speculative review at Porsche Macan EV

9/11 BMW X8

BMW XM on canyon road

While electric cars, hybrids and fuel economy seem to be the highlights of 2023, there are still plenty of new models that rely on internal combustion engines. Maybe BMW came up with it XM Hybrid SUV but in 2023 it will give us another full-size SUV model – the BMW X8. BMW has made a habit of offering a coupe version of all its SUV models, and the X8 is just that.

The BMW X8 shares a platform with the X7 and is essentially a coupe version of it. Like the X7, the X8 will powered by a variety of inline-six and V-8 engines, some of which are part of a mild hybrid system. The X8’s sportier look comes at the expense of some of the cargo space and third-row seating found in the X7. The The BWM X8 will be unveiled at the end of 2022, with sales starting in 2023..

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8/11 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06

The C8 Corvette is the first mid-engine production Corvette, and as such is one of the most popular sports cars currently on sale. Now, almost two years later, its hotter version debuts, the C8 Z06, which brings another novelty. The 6.2-liter pushrod V-8 was replaced by a 5.5-liter flat-crank V-8 that sounds like a Ferrari.

The new C8 Z06 mill is good for 670 horsepower at 8,400 rpm and 470 lb-ft (637 Nm) at 6,300 rpm. The gearbox is again eight-speed with a double clutch. Production Corvette C8 Z06 is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2022, which means the first batch of cars will reach buyers around 2023.

Read our buyer’s guide for Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06

7/11 Hyundai Ioniq 7

Hyundai is making good progress in terms of electrification, and its Ioniq sub-brand is about to add a third model to its lineup. After Ioniq 5 and Ioniq 6, the Korean electric car brand is releasing the Ioniq 7, a full-size three-row SUV that occupies a leading position in the model range. By now we know that Ioniq 7 will offer A 350kW fast charging capability allows you to go 62 miles in just five minutes.

The Ioniq 7 is based on Hyundai-Kia’s scalable E-GMP EV platform and would suggest up to 100 kWh thanks to Hyundai’s increased battery density. Hyundai isn’t revealing power figures yet, but we know the setup will be good for 400 miles (644 km) range. Electric SUV Hyundai it is expected to debut in the second half of 2023.

6/11 Mazda CX-70 and CX-90

Mazda recently confirmed that it is canceling the long-awaited Mazda 6 sedan, but the only upside to this story is that underpinnings designed for the midsize sedan will find their way into the brand’s upcoming CX-70 and CX-90 SUVs. The news was confirmed by Mazda Europe’s head of engineering and development, Joachim Kunz that the Mazda 6 sedan has been canceled to make way for a series of crossover SUVs which will be more profitable for the brand.

The new SUVs will feature a wide body, and they will replace the aging Mazda CX-7 and CX-9 SUVs at the expense of a more modern transmission, which will include a six-cylinder in-line engine, as well as a four-cylinder turbo-hybrid option. on a rear-wheel-drive architecture with all-wheel drive expected to be standard across the range. Launch is expected in the first half of 2023The CX70, which is a smaller crossover, will have a 5-seat layout, while the larger CX90, with a 7-seat layout, will compete with other three-row premium SUVs like the Telluride and Palisade.

5/11 Toyota GR Corolla

A hot hatchback from Toyota is a rarity these days, but it seems that Gazoo Racing, Toyota’s racing division, is on a roll with one exciting model after another. After GR Supra, GR86, and rally GR Yaris, Toyota recently unveiled the long-awaited GR Corolla after delays caused by COVID 19, but it’s finally here, and it’s arguably the most exciting hot hatch of the year.

The GR Corolla is powered by a beefed-up version of the 1.6-liter inline-three engine that made its debut in the GR Yaris. In this application, it’s good for 300 horsepower, which sends power to all four wheels, and best of all, it’s only available with a six-speed manual transmission. Estimated to start at $32,000 for the entry-level model, with the range expected to top out at $40,000, the 2023 Corolla GR will arrive in dealerships by the end of 2022.

4/11 Mazda MX-5 Miata ND3

The fourth-generation Mazda MX-5, codenamed ND, has been around since 2016.. The latest iteration of Mazda’s nimble lightweight roadster has already received a facelift for 2018 (ND2), but it looks like Mazda isn’t done yet. December 2022 will see Mazda MX-5 ND3, which will bring a lot more to the Miata than just a small increase in power. This means that the updated ND3 Miata goes on sale in 2023.

At 2,028 pounds (920 kg), the ND3 Miata will be even lighter than the ND2, which weighs 2,182 pounds (990 kg).. However, while this is not confirmed, there is talk of a downsizing and a 1.2-liter. On the plus side, we know that the 2.0- and 1.5-liter units aren’t going anywhere just yet, and the Miata will still come with a six-speed manual transmission, at least until it goes all-in in 2025 electric.

3/11 Aston Martin Vanquish

Vanquish is an old name in the history of Aston Martin models. Among one of the most exciting cars of 2023 debuts the upcoming Vanquish, which will be completely different from all previous ones. That’s because the upcoming Aston Martin Vanquish will be a mid-engined supercar that will compete with the likes of McLaren 720S and Ferrari F8 Tributo.

It shares some of its aesthetic with Aston Martin Valhalla, although a little less radical. The Vanquish will be powered by a 700-horsepower 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine. Production of the 2024 Vanquish will begin in 2023 with a starting price of $300,000.

2/11 Ferrari Purosangue SUV

Ferrari’s first SUV it’s a big deal, especially considering the brand’s previous claims that it would never do so. As far as 2023 cars go, this one has to be one of the most unusual, not least because it’s not an SUV at all. The Purosangue is expected to debut in the first half of 2022 as a 2023 model and will be the first of several Ferrari models to be introduced before 2023.

Engine-wise, the Ferrari Purosangue will still offer a naturally aspirated V-12. Later, a V-8 version and even a V-6 hybrid will be available for the SUV, which Ferrari calls the FUV. Expected the Purosangue has a starting price of more than $300,000.

1/11 Audi A6 E-Tron

Audi has recently introduced The A6 E-Tron Avant concept which is Audi’s main future entrant in the field of electric vehicles. This new all-electric version of the A6 is based on the VW Group’s latest skateboard architecture, similar to those that underpin vehicles such as the E-Tron SUV and the upcoming Makan E.V.} A6 E-Tron will go head to head with Mercedes EQE and BMW’s long-awaited i5 sedan.

The E-Tron Avant concept suggests a 100kWh battery will be the primary power source, which should give it a range of around 430 miles on the WLTP cycle, so expect similar figures from the sedan. With sedan and wagon versions, as well as single- and dual-engine versions expected at launch, the A6 E-Tron lineup should arrive in dealerships by early 2023, with a starting price expected to be around $75,000. and RS models will join the lineup. -by early 2024 with a powerful twin-motor setup with up to 476 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque. That concludes our list of some of the new cars for 2023.


Q: Which cars will be redesigned in 2022?

Some of the cars that will be redesigned are the Ford Mustang, which will include hybridization in 2023. The revised Mazda Miata ND3 will also be redesigned, with a new engine and reduced weight.

Q: Are the 2023 cars out yet?

Some vehicles touted for the 2023 model year, such as the Nissan Z and Acura Integra, are already out, while others are about to debut.

Q: When will the 2023 cars be released?

Official debuts usually happen around the same time as one of the big auto shows that are held every year or every two years. However, car manufacturers can introduce models at almost any time of the year.

Q: Will all new cars be driverless by 2023?

No. In fact, most vehicles are still very far from autonomy. The Tesla Model S, for example, has an autonomy level of 2. Currently, level 6 is the highest level of autonomy.

Q: What will cars be like in 2023?

It’s no secret that new cars are becoming more complex and heavier, but also safer. In 2023, we will see more of the same, but also many models will be completely changed. The next-generation Chevrolet Camaro, for example, is expected to be an electric sedan rather than a front-engined coupe.

Q: Are new cars cheaper in 2023?

No. Due to various factors such as resource scarcity and the increasing cost of transportation, cars are becoming more and more expensive, with an average inflation rate of 2.37 percent per year.

Q: What month will next year’s cars be released?

Many upcoming models are slated to debut in the summer, with some coming later this year.

Q: Which cars will be phased out in 2023?

Sad times are upon us for power car enthusiasts as the current generation Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro will be gone in 2023. The Dodge Hellcat lineup also won’t survive past 2023, and many other models will turn to some sort of electrification, with some model names living on as EVs.