2022 has been an interesting year for motor enthusiasts as manufacturers have pushed the boundaries of engineering to offer the most advanced, safest and fastest cars ever. 2023 has a lot of potential, with various manufacturers presenting some of the most exciting creations.
Hot hatches, crossovers, SUVs, fast cars and much more is expected in 2023. While some of the iconic cars we all know and love, such as the Mx-5 Miata, are undergoing some serious changes, other manufacturers are looking for surprises. us with a completely new model. Here are 10 of the most exciting upcoming cars for 2023.
Ten Hennessy Venom F5 Revolution Coupe
Hennessey is an American automaker that makes cars so fast they annoy those who own Bugatti. The Venom F5 is already competing against the Bugatti Chiron Supersport 300+. Hennessey unveiled the F5 Roadster one day before Bugatti launched the Mistral drop-top.
Now Hennessey plans to sell a lightweight race-ready version of the Venom to compete with the track-focused Bugatti Pur Sport. The new F5 Revolution has the same 1817 hp engine as his regular F5, but is fitted with new wings and splitters to maximize downforce.
9 RAM 1500 Revolution
Hennessey isn’t the only American car company planning to wow the auto industry with a great product. Ram will release the first electric pickup truck that will revolutionize future pickup trucks. Coincidentally, it goes by the name “Revolution”.
This exciting new truck looks ‘brutal’, a combination of brutality and beauty. Some cool new features include a shape-shifting bodywork design that allows it to perform a variety of tasks and carry loads up to 18 feet long.
8 Alfa Romeo Giulia SWB Zagato
The luxurious Alfa Romeo Giulia short-wheelbase Zagato is one of the special cars to grace the market in 2023. SWB Zagato is a short version of the high performance Julia GTAm.
It has the same 2.29-liter twin-turbo V6 engine as the GTAm, producing about 540 horsepower. Gearheads are happy because the SWB Zagato gets a bespoke 2-door body and he’s one of the cars still offering a manual transmission in 2023.
7 Audi A6 E-tron
Audi plans to release various entrants into the EV space, with the A6 E-Tron being one of the most exciting. This all-electric A6 follows the skateboard architecture that the Volkswagen Group uses in vehicles such as his Porsche Macan EV and his E-tron SUV.
The A6 E-Tron should be one of the longest range EVs, with an estimated range of 430 miles (around 430 miles) on a 100kWh battery. The E-Tron is either a sedan or an Avant (estate) with single or dual electric motors.
6 Ferrari Thoroughbred SUV
This exciting new SUV is Ferrari’s first SUV, so no big deal. This new SUV is a surprise. Because the luxury brand once said he would never get involved with SUVs.
To be fair, the rather rare Prosange is hardly an SUV—the Purosangue is available as a naturally aspirated V-12, V8, or hybrid V-6. The pricing of these luxury vehicles reflects the brand’s pricing strategy, with a starting price of over $375,000.
Five Aston Martin Vanquish
The Vanquish nameplate is one of Aston Martin’s most iconic nameplates. His new 2023 Aston Martin Vanquish is one of his most exciting releases because it’s unlike anything he’s ever done. Vanquish rivals mid-engined supercar segments such as the special Ferrari F8 Tributo and McLaren 720S.
You might notice an aesthetic resemblance to the Aston Martin Valhalla, but there are subtleties. Equipped with a 700-horsepower 3.0-liter V6 twin-turbo engine.
Four Mazda MX-5 Miata ND3
Mazda introduced the fourth generation Miata in 2016 under the codename ND. The elegant and lightweight roadster he was updated for 2018 (2018), but Mazda has yet to complete this iteration.
The ND3 brings a new update for 2023, not only increasing Miata’s power. 2,028 pounds makes it almost 160 pounds lighter. The 2.0 and 1.5 liter units with a six-speed manual will remain, but there are rumors that they will be downsized to a smaller 1.2 liter version.
3 Toyota GR Corolla
For a long time, aficionados felt they were being robbed of a hot hatchback from Toyota, but Gazoo Racing plans to rewrite this story in its most recent form. Following the success of his GR Supra, GR86 and rally-based GR Yaris, Toyota recently unveiled his highly anticipated GR Corolla to take the hot hatch market by storm.
Power up the 1.6-liter 3-pot engine of the GR Yaris. Gearhead is obsessed with this cute 300hp pocket his rocket available as a 6-speed manual.
2 Hyundai Ionic 7
Hyundai’s electrification has been a huge success thanks to its sub-brand Ioniq. The Korean brand’s third model after the Ioniq 5 and Ioniq 6 is the Ioniq 7, a full-size, three-row SUV.
This capable SUV should have a battery capacity of up to 100 kWh and offer a range of up to 400 miles. With 350 kW fast charging capability, you can charge a distance of 62 miles in just 5 minutes.
1 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06
The C8 Corvette is Chevrolet’s first mid-engined production car and one of its most exciting sports cars. The C8 Z06 is even hotter, with his Ferrari-sounding 5.5-liter V8 with a flat-plane crankshaft.
The new Z06 ditched the 6.2-liter pushrod V-8, but still puts out 670 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque. Like the C8, it is equipped with an 8-speed dual-clutch AT.
Source: Electrek.co, Supercars.net, Edmunds, KBB.com, MazdaUSA.com, Topelectricsuv.com, Forbes.com