In 2023, some impressive brand-new cars have already hit the market, including the Peugeot 408 and Audi Q8 e-tron, but hold on, there's even more excitement on the horizon.

Honda e:NY1 driving on a road

Honda e:NY1

Honda’s first fully-electric SUV is expected to be available from October 2023 in the UK. It has been designed with the next generation in mind, offering zero emissions and unlimited adventures. The combination of bold, fluid exterior and state-of-the-art powertrain is complemented by a sophisticated and advanced interior.

Based on the popular HR-V, the Honda e:NY1 separates itself with EV styling including the removal of the front grille, a lower bumper and fewer vents. There will be two trim levels available, the Elegance and Advance, with a huge highlight being the beautiful launch colour ‘Aqua Topaz’.

Audi Q6 e-tron

Next up is the highly anticipated Audi Q6 e-tron, hitting the market in November. As the latest electric SUV from Audi, it shares a lot with the upcoming Porsche Macan. The Q6 sits between the Audi Q4 e-tron and Q8 e-tron in Audi’s e-tron range, offering the perfect in between for those customers who are drawn to the ever popular Q5 shape and size but are wanting an electric option.

The Q6 e-tron will have the same battery as the recently revealed A6 e-tron, expected in early 2024, and will offer a fantastic range of 372 miles which is the furthest of any Audi e-tron so far.

It will also be the first electric Audi to be built at the Ingolstadt factory and will be the first car in the Volkswagen Group to use the advanced Premium Platform Electric (PPE) platform.

Audi Q6 e-tron Prototype 2
Volkswagen ID.7

Volkswagen ID.7

In October, Volkswagen will introduce the ID.7, a premium electric vehicle with an unbelievable 435-mile range, further than recent figures from the BMW I7 or Tesla Model S.

Charging up is also a breeze, taking less than 30 minutes to go from 10% to 80%, making it the most efficient EV in its class. The ID.7 will feature Volkswagen's ergo Premium seats, offering incredible comfort and promoting blood circulation during long journeys. And let's not forget about its sleek fastback design, enhancing both aesthetics and range efficiency.

The Volkswagen ID.7 is equipped with a range of advanced technology features, including an infotainment system and an advanced driver-assistance system. As well as improved air conditioning controls that are integrated into a strip at the bottom of the infotainment screen.

Volkswagen ID. Buzz

But wait, there's more! In December, Volkswagen will surprise us with a 7-seat version of the iconic ID. Buzz. This MPV will boast a larger battery and even grow a little in size. Imagine the possibilities with a spacious and comfortable electric vehicle perfect for families or adventurers.

Plus, it comes with the largest panoramic glass sunroof ever made by Volkswagen.

Get ready for a thrilling second half of 2023, as these exciting new cars hit the roads. Stay tuned for more updates and be prepared to experience the future of driving.

Volkswagen ID.Buzz Seven Seater



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