New Cars 2023 Here are all the models arriving brand by brand

Peugeot is evolving electrification with the 408 Fastback on tap and the all-electric 308

Next to the 408 fastback, the French house places the electric version of the 308, the revamped e-208 and new interpretations of the 3008 and 5008 SUVs are also available in mild hybrid variants.

Polestar makes its debut among battery-powered SUVs with the Polestar 3

The Volvo-controlled brand markets the revamped Polestar 2 electric car that now offers an even greater range and its first electric SUV: the powerful Polestar 3.

Porsche, the new Macan is electric only

The main novelty is the new generation of the all-electric Macan SUV only, but a redesign of the Cayenne range is also on the way, most likely as well as the 911 where there could also be a plug-in hybrid version.

Renault, the new R5 electric car looks old, but it’s electric

Among the many new products from the French brand, the R5 E-Tech stands out, an electric interpretation of the legendary small car from the 70s that also debuts with a new platform dedicated to compact, battery-powered cars. The new Scénic also arrives in the electric E-Tech range, leaving the world of minivans to enter the world of crossovers. It is also planned to update the Clio and complete the Austral SUV family.

Rolls-Royce made its all-electric debut with the Specter coupe

The aristocratic English brand is entering the era of zero-emissions mobility with the Specter, a powerful and luxurious coupe powered by a 585-horsepower electric motor.

Skoda, among all the first fruits, the new Kodiaq and Superb stand out

In addition to marketing Rs versions of the Enyaq iV electric SUV, the new Kodiaq and Superb are on the horizon. Towards the end of the year, updates can also be seen on the compact Kamiq SUV and five-door Scala sedan.

Smart, the No. 1 electric crossover is the progenitor of a new type

It’s called the No. 1 and it’s a compact crossover leaning towards midrange that ushers in the brand’s new era. The N.1, as it’s easy to call it, is produced in China and is offered in two- and four-wheel drive versions with engines rated at 272 and 428 horsepower, respectively.

Subaru, the renewal continues with the Impreza and successor to the XV

In addition to marketing the Solterra SUV which is the first electric car in its history and closely related to similar proposals from Toyota and Lexus, the Japanese company presents the redesign of the Impreza and Crosstrek, or the new generation of the XV which also takes on Europe is the denomination under which it is sold in the rest of the world .

Suzuki, Jimny are back in hybrid as well as full size

The compact off-road Jimny also returns in a van version, until now sold only as a van, thanks to a mild hybrid powertrain and moreover in an elongated version with a five-door body. The fourth series of the compact Swift should debut in 2023.

Toyota, Ch-r, and Prius are writing new chapters

The main innovations of the Japanese house are the new generations of the Ch-r and Prius compact crossovers, which only come in a hybrid version in Europe. Furthermore, a redesign of the Corolla range and marketing of the bZ4x electric SUV, the two-wheel drive different from the two-branded Lexus and Subaru, are planned.

Volkswagen’s Id.Aero sedan expands its all-electric family of models

The main novelty is the large electric sedan Id.Aero, but the new Tiguan series is also on the launch pad, updates on the small T-Cross and large Touareg, as well as a slight reinterpretation of the electric Id.3.

Volvo, the new electric family debuted with the Ex90

During the year, in addition to beginning deliveries of the Ex90 large battery-powered SUV, the Swedish company should also unveil another zero-emission model from the new era: a compact SUV that should be called the Ex30.

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