New cars to get excited about in 2023

Things have been pretty good in the car world during 2022. We’ve seen some great new models produced from a variety of different manufacturers, while the interest in electric cars shows no sign of slowing up. That’s unlikely to change in 2023, either, with some big-ticket new models set to be released.

Here, we’re going to take a look through some of the new cars to get excited about in 2023.


Audi A6 e-tron

Audi is really pushing onwards with its electric plans, having introduced its new Q4 e-tron and revised its tip-top Q8 e-tron. Now, however, it looks like it’s going to be the turn of the famous A6 to switch into electric mode.

Though we haven’t got any details of the new A6 e-tron just yet, outside of a concept car, initial rumours point towards an extremely practicality-focused model with a decent range and smart looks. It’s definitely going to be one to watch.

BMW M3 Touring

It’s been a long time coming, but BMW is finally weighing into the performance estate segment with a ‘Touring’ version of its latest M3. Providing more space compared with the saloon and M4 coupe, the M3 Touring could be the ideal ‘all occasions’ performance car.

It also means that for the first time BMW will have a direct rival for Audi’s RS4 Avant and the Mercedes-AMG C63 Estate.

DS 3

DS is establishing a solid name for itself with many people finding the French firm’s distinctive style quite refreshing compared with the rest of the market. It’s now the turn of the firm’s DS 3 for a refresh, which brings a new exterior look and some other mild tweaks.

It’s not the most comprehensive of updates, but it should be enough to help the DS 3 to stay current in what is a very competitive market.

Ferrari Purosangue

Ferrari played a big game of ‘will they, won’t they’ with the Purosangue, but the Italian firm’s big SUV will finally be entering production in 2023. Powered by a massive V12 engine, it’s designed to go up against cars like the Lamborghini Urus and Aston Martin DBX.

As well as looking pretty striking, the Purosangue features an interior with loads of innovations - including doors which open suicide-style for easier access to the cabin.


Honda Civic Type R

Honda’s Civic Type R has established itself a reputation for being one of the very best hot-hatches about and 2023 sees the arrival of a new one. Though it incorporates many of the same features as the previous Type R, it’s got more power and more focus than before.

Plus, it incorporates the design of the very latest Civic which - to our eyes - is a very good-looking car.

Peugeot e-308

Peugeot is a firm that isn’t slowing down when it comes to electrification, which is why it already has a well-established list of EVs in its current line-up. The new 308 has arrived to really shake up the hatchback segment with its concept car-like looks, but now it’s been given a new electric version.

The e-308 gets a range of up to 248 miles between charges, which isn’t half bad for a car of this size. Plus, there’s an e-308 SW for those who need a little extra space.

Volkswagen Amarok

The previous-generation Volkswagen Amarok took the pick-up segment by storm. It brought a more car-like driving experience, as well as solid build quality and that all-important off-road ability. But how do you go about replacing such a successful vehicle?

Well, Volkswagen has teamed up with Ford to create the new Amarok, so it shares many aspects with the latest Ranger. But, more importantly, it’s packed full of new features and incorporates a really eye-catching new exterior design.

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