We have already seen some very exciting auto announcements in the year 2023, and the excitement is set to continue with the rest of this year’s releases. Whether they came out the first half of the year or are set to make an appearance this summer and fall, 2023 car releases are some of the strongest we have seen in a while.
These ten in particular are some of our favorite releases of the year.
This BMW was released this spring and is the company’s first standalone M-performance model since 1981. Widely anticipated for having the most powerful plug-in hybrid on the market, it can reach 60 miles per hour in just four seconds.
As Dodge’s first electrified performance vehicle, the design was heavily inspired by the Jeep Compass. Unlike similar models, this vehicle targets more of the “every person.” It displays a likeness to fancier models while maintaining a reasonable price point.
The Ocean is set to be the first car from Henrik Fisker’s new electric vehicle company. Fisker designed the car to have multiple sustainable features, from its solar-paneled roof to a screen that can rotate to accommodate drivers that are waiting for the car to complete charging.
Hyundai Ioniq 6
This model is a part of a trio of electric vehicles debuted by Hyundai. The vehicle follows the release of the Ioniq 5, which was Hyundai’s first dedicated electric vehicle. The trio is expected to wrap up with an electric SUV.
As a spinoff, electric-only company from Volvo, the Polestar 3 steps out as the first SUV from the brand. This car may end up being a 2024 release, but as of right now, we expect a release towards the end of the year.
The Crown will be available as a hybrid sedan in the US but may appear differently in other countries. Currently, the release consists of several different variations. For any variation, the Crown marks a new direction for Toyota as it features a two-tone paint scheme and a higher stance.
Alfa Romeo Tonale
This new SUV coming from the Italian brand is the first and last hybrid that they will release. Alfa Romero’s CEO from their North American branch announced that after this release they will be transitioning to entirely electric-powered vehicles.
Mercedes Benz EQS SUV
This new Mercedes Benz expands on the luxury EQS sedan model that the company previously released. It will feature the largest touchscreen available in any drivable vehicle, coming in at 56 inches.
Mercedes Benz EQE
Mercedes previewed yet another luxury electric 2023 release with the EQE. The EQE is going to be essentially a simplified version of the EQS SUV, but a more advanced version than the gas-powered E-Class.
Ford Super Duty
With 18 variations set to be released, the price for Ford’s revamped Super Duty will range from $43,970 to $103,030. Ford utilizes new tech in this model that we previously saw in the F-150 in 2020.