We’re already a month into the new year and already the landscape of the automotive market is getting exciting. Now is the perfect time to look ahead at the new car models that will be launching throughout 2023. We’ve tried to be as wide-reaching is possible, but this might not be an exhaustive list. But this is definitely a big ol’ list of some of the most exciting nameplates being redesigned or introduced throughout 2023. Get hyped!
2024 Acura Integra
An iconic nameplate from yesteryear is being resurrected by the Acura brand as they reintroduce the Integra, a 5-door liftback that makes the perfect replacement for the discontinued ILX.
2023 BMW 7 Series
For the BMW brand, the 7 Series is near the top of the sedan lineup, and for 2023 the full-size luxury sedan is entering a new generation. In addition, the first-ever i7 – its battery electric counterpart – will join the lineup.
2023 BMW XM
The German luxury brand will also be introducing a brand-new vehicle to its lineup in 2023, a plug-in hybrid electric full-size luxury crossover under the M subsidiary, meaning it’ll be performance oriented.
2023 BMW M2
After a short break, the BMW M2 will return to the lineup in 2023 with a vengeance, ready to reclaim its spot near the top of the subcompact luxury sports car segment.
2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06
Did you know that the Chevy Corvette has a “performance” variant? The vehicle performs pretty well regardless of model or trim, but the eighth-generation Z06 will finally join the lineup in 2023.
2023 Chevrolet Colorado
The third generation of the Silverado’s little sibling will kick off in 2023, as the midsize Chevy Colorado gets a total makeover.
2024 Chevrolet Trax
After ten years on the market, the Chevy Trax will finally get a total redesign as it enters its second generation.
2024 Chevrolet Fleet of EVs
The Chevy brand will also be introducing a trio of new battery electric vehicles, including the Silverado EV pickup truck, midsize Blazer EV crossover and compact Equinox EV crossover.
2023 Dodge Hornet
The Durango will be joined by a new crossover this year, a compact crossover with either a plug-in hybrid powertrain or an internal combustion engine underpinning it.
2023 Ferrari Purosangue
The newest gorgeous addition to the Ferrari lineup, Purosangue is a midsize luxury crossover – the brand’s very first SUV!
2024 Fisker Ocean
We talked a bit about the Fisker Ocean yesterday when we touched on new EV brands. It’s a brand-new, all-electric midsize luxury crossover.
2024 Ford Mustang
An all-new pony is on the horizon for the blue brand as the iconic muscle car enters its seventh generation.
2023 Ford Super Duty
The Ford F-150 might be the most iconic and recognizable pickup truck ever built, and this year its heavy-duty counterparts – Ford Super Duty – are entering their fifth generation.
2023 GMC Canyon
The GMC Canyon is a mirror of the aforementioned Chevy Colorado, so it’s only natural it also enters its third generation for 2023.
2024 GMC HUMMER EV SUV
Hot on the trail set forth by the HUMMER EV Pickup, the SUV version will finally join the lineup this year.
2023 Honda Accord
The iconic midsize sedan Honda has been building for decades will enter its eleventh generation in 2023, bringing the Accord Hybrid right along with it.
2023 Honda Civic Type R
Last year, the even more iconic Honda Civic also entered its eleventh generation, but this year the legendary Type R variant will hit the streets.
2024 Hyundai Kona
One of the first subcompact crossovers released at the beginning of the segment’s boom in popularity, the Kona will finally enter its second generation for 2024.
2023 IONIQ 6
Much like they did with Genesis, Hyundai also split Ioniq off as another subbrand, this time focused on EVs. The Ioniq 6 is a midsize fastback sedan, the brand’s second model and first sedan.
2023 Kia Niro
The Kia Niro is also a subcompact crossover, available in hybrid, plug-in hybrid or battery electric models. Much like the Kona, it will also enter its second generation in 2023.
2023 Lexus RZ
This year Lexus, like several other brands, is introducing its very first dedicated battery electric vehicle. That model? The 2023 Lexus RZ, a compact crossover we cannot wait to drive.
2024 Maserati GranTurismo
After being discontinued in late 2019, the popular GranTurismo sports car will return to the Maserati lineup in its second generation for 2024.
2024 Maserati Grecale Folgore
Last year, Maserati introduced a brand-new luxury crossover to the lineup, and for 2023 it will be adding a fully electric variant of the Grecale called Folgore.
2024 Mazda CX-70 & CX-90
Following the blueprint laid out by the CX-30 and CX-50 before them, Mazda will be adding the midsize CX-70 and full-size CX-90 crossovers to the lineup in 2023.
2023 Mercedes EQE
Available as both a full-size sedan and a midsize crossover, the two EQE models are the latest all-electric BEVs to join the Mercedes-Benz EQ family.
2024 Polestar 3
Polestar is the performance-oriented brand under the Volvo umbrella, and it will be introducing the Polestar 3 – a high-performance battery electric midsize crossover.
2024 Subaru Impreza
The Subaru Impreza has been around since the early ‘90s, but this year it will enter its sixth generation as a 5-door hatchback sedan and no longer be sold as a traditional 4-door sedan.
2024 Subaru Crosstrek
The Crosstrek, which is Subaru’s entry-level, subcompact crossover, will also be all-new this year as it enters its third generation.
2023 Toyota Prius
The most recognizable and talked about hybrid of all time, the Prius enters its fifth generation this year.
2024 Toyota Grand Highlander
Little is known about it at this point, but Toyota will be introducing an extended-length variant of its midsize crossover called the Grand Highlander. Expect more details at the Chicago Auto Show!
2023 Toyota GR Corolla
Gazoo Racing is the Toyota brand’s performance wing, which has already helped on models like the GR Supra. Now, the highly touted GR Corolla joins the lineup in 2023.
2024 Volkswagen ID.7
The next all-electric vehicle from Volkswagen has been unveiled as the ID.7 and will join the lineup for the 2024 model year.