In 2023, there will be a new wave of electric vehicles. Automakers are leveraging new and revamped sheet metal to drive showroom traffic amid mounting economic and market headwinds.
Crossovers and pickup trucks make up the bulk of the major roster of showroom introductions over the next year, but some hot-selling vehicles will also get a makeover, such as Honda unveiling its 11th-generation Accord. . As seen in 2022, post-pandemic supply bottlenecks have reversed or delayed the launch of some minicars.
Among the major brands, Chevrolet and Toyota are planning ambitious launch schedules after growing sales from 2022 through the third quarter, while Ford and Honda have at least two major launches. It will be a quiet year for Nissan, Jeep, Hyundai and Kia. Each has another significant EV on deck with a solid market rally in 2022.
And all eyes will be on Tesla to see if and when the long-delayed Cybertruck finally begins rolling out from its new factory in Texas.