We’ve looked at some of the most exciting models in previous years, and we’re just as excited to bring you our list of the top five most exciting upcoming releases in 2023.
Audi A6 E-Tron
Slated for release in spring 2023, the concept pictures that we’ve seen of the new Audi A6 E-Tron has us excited for its arrival. This new electric car release comes with a body that’s as sleek as you’d expect from the seasoned manufacturer and boasts a 100kWh battery that offers an impressive 430 miles on a single charge. No official release date or price has been revealed by Audi yet, but pricing is expected to start around the £50,000 mark.
Mercedes EQE SUV
Another electric car on the horizon, the Mercedes EQE SUV, is set to join the brand’s expanding range of electric SUVs. Set to hit the dealership floors in spring 2023, this five-seat SUV is yet to have its range revealed to potential buyers, but it’s likely to be like that of the existing saloon EQE. This means a 90kWh battery, allowing for a range of around 300 miles on a single charge.
The BMW i5 is set to be one of the biggest electric vehicle releases in the new year. With specs to rival some of the most notable and best-selling EVs on the market to date, the i5 is being developed in the brands’ birth nation of Germany and will feature the motors used in established electric BMWs like the i4 and the iX xDrive40. This means a 80.7kWh battery for a range of up to 350 miles.
Range Rover Sport
With the option to choose between a petrol, diesel, or plug-in hybrid engine, the new Range Rover Sport from Land Rover is set to be available in early 2023. The European version of this third-generation model is set to mix the spacious feel to be expected from Range Rovers while being able to go from 0 to 60mph in 5.2 seconds.
MINI Electric & Countryman
MINI has produced one of the most iconic silhouettes in the history of motoring with the Cooper. Going forward into the new year, we can expect two new models from the manufacturer. These come in the form of an updated Electric model and a brand-new Countryman that will be available both as a combustible engine version or electric.