If you’re looking for a new car for 2023, we’ve found some of our favourite new models set to release this year. From zero-emission electric vehicles to super-powered updates to classic cars, take a look at some of the new cars coming this year.
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Audi A6 e-tron
The Audi A6 e-tron is an electric saloon due to be on sale in mid-2023. It will follow the petrol and diesel Audi A6 but with a fully electricity-powered engine. It promises to have fast charging, with an 800V system that will have enough power to go 185 miles in just 10 minutes. It will have a maximum range of 435 miles and an output of around 470hp. Audi says the new vehicle will have a roomy interior and a smart infotainment system. Its starting price is estimated to be £55,000 and will go on sale mid-2023.
The newest Ford Mustang is set to arrive late-2023 with a starting price of £50,000. It will be the seventh generation of Mustang and may even be the last – or, at the very least, it will be the final version with a combustion engine. It has a 5L V8 engine that can produce 450hp, even in the base specification. Whilst the exhaust will still sound quintessentially Mustang, Ford has thoroughly modernised the newest model, with a smart infotainment system and 13.2-inch central display. It will be available in either 10-speed automatic or 6-speed manual.
Hyundai Ioniq 6
The Hyundai Ioniq 6 is a new electric vehicle that is set to rival Tesla’s Model 3. The Ioniq 6 uses many of the same mechanics as the Ioniq 5 SUV but in a sleek Saloon build. Hyundai expects the vehicle to achieve 4.4mpkWh, which would improve the efficiency of the Tesla Model 3. It’s expected that the Ioniq 6 will have a maximum range of 379 miles and the battery can be recharged from 10% to 80% in less than 20 minutes. The Ioniq 6 is set to go on sale early 2023 and will have a starting price of £46,745.
Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV
Mercedes-Benz has shown its commitment to electric vehicles in recent years and the EQE is just the latest electric model from the automotive giant. The SUV uses the same 90.6kWh battery seen in their EQE saloon, that has charging rates up to 170kW. The SUV has a roomy interior and generous 520L boot space, plus a high-spec infotainment system. It will be available early 2023 and has a starting price of £90,000.
The Maserati GranTurismo coupe is set to arrive in late-2023 with an estimated starting price of £150,000. It will be available with a V6 petrol engine or as a pure electric vehicle. It’s promised to have a better fuel economy on the previous V8 model that was discontinued in 2019, but will still have 621bhp and a 0-62mph time of 3.5 seconds. The electric version will go from 0-62mph in just 2.7 seconds with 745bhp and charging speeds of 270kW. Both versions will have that classic GranTurismo styling, with a long, low-slung body, stretched bonnet, and luxurious detailing.