What’s New With Electric Vehicles for 2023?: The 2022 Electric Vehicle models were inflection point for all EVS as automakers brought a wider variety of electric cars to the market. The 2023 model year electric cars are expanding with more specific features. Here we have given a list of newly available electric cars for the 2023 model year or that are at least planned.
New Electric Vehicles for 2023
Here we are giving the list of new electric cars that are going to be launched or planned in the year 2023.
- Cadillac Lyriq
- BMW i7
- Genesis GV60
- Genesis Electrified GV70
- Fisker Ocean
- Genesis Electrified GV80
- Hyundai Ioniq 6
- Kia EV6 GT
- Mercedes-EQ EQE Sedan
- Lexus RZ 540E
- Mercedes-EQ EQE SUV
- Mercedes-EQ EQS SUV
- Nissan Ariya
- Subaru Solterra
- Toyota bZ4X
- VinFast VF8 and VF9
Cadillac is the first electric car that entered the luxury EV market which is manufactured by Lyriq. This brand had been promoted since 2020. The trip offers single-motor rear-wheel drive or dual motor AWD, and EPA rated for 312 miles of range. The tech features of the Cadillac Lyriq are Regen on Demand, a system with a steering wheel paddle that controls how quickly the Lyriq comes to a stop without using the brake pedal and energy regeneration. The price starts from $63,000 for RWD and about $65,000 for AWD.
BMW i7 is a 5-seater Luxury electric vehicle that is available in 1 variation. The i7 xDrive60 is BMW’s 3rd electric car, joining the smaller i4 sedan and iX SUV. It has a new front and rear styling, and it is powered by dual electric motors putting out a combined 536 hp and 549 pounds-feet of torque. The price begins from $12,000.
The Genesis GV60 is a small SUV which shares a platform with its corporate cousins. Its tech options are keyless facial recognition to unlock the EV and a fingerprint authentication button that starts GV60 and remembers driving settings.
The GV60 shares its corporate cousins’ fast charging up to 350 kW and the capability to use the SUV to power external appliances. Its price starts from $60,000.
Fisker Ocean is an electric SUB with an estimated range of 300 to 350 miles. Reservations are open for this ocean five-seat SUV Its features include a solar roof and a 17.1-inch touchscreen that can rotate between portrait and landscape orientation. Three available trim levels range from the front-wheel drive Sport that starts at about $40,000 to the two-motor AWD Extreme at about $70,000.
Hyundai Ioniq 6
Soon Hyundai Ioniq 6 will reach the electric vehicle market. It shares the Ioniq 5’s platform, AWD, or RWD powertrains with 320 hp, and 53 and 77.4 kWh battery choices. It also comes with a quick charging capability up to 350 kW and the ability to power external accessories or appliances. Hyundai estimates the sleeker shape will allow a maximum range of 340 miles. The price has not yet been announced.
Mercedes-EQ EQE Sedan
Mercedes-EQ EQE SUV is a variation on a theme, with a luxury interior and features of the EQE Sedan. The styling is more conventional than the sedan. The EQE SUV will start with 3 versions, all with a 90.6 kWh battery pack, a hotter AMG model is promised for later models. The lineup includes the RWD 350+, AWD 350 4Matic and a higher-performance AWD 500 4Matic.
Kia EV6 GT
Kia EV6 GT is more affordable than many performance electric cars at about $63,000 to begin. This car takes all the attributes of the EV6 and ratchets up the fun with a dual-motor AWD powertrain with a total output of 576 hp and 545 pounds-feet of torque.
Nissan Ariya has 6 trim levels and 2 battery sizes – a 63 kWh battery is good for an EPA-rated 216 miles or an 87 kWh battery offering up to 304 mi, each with FWD. The Ariya is about the size of Nissan’s Rogue but with a sloped roofline, and it takes on the electric SUV competition with decent range, a friendly cabin design and advanced driver-assist tech. Nissan Ariya estimates AWD range is 270 miles and the price starts from $45,000.
Toyota bZ4X compact SUV is roomy and slightly bigger in most dimensions than a RAV4. It offers 2 trim levels, FWD or AWD, and mostly familiar Toyota tech and safety features. The pricing starts from $43,000.
VinFast VF8 and VF9
VinFast automaker is making a big push to enter the U.S. market with its VF five-seat SUV and FV(seven-seater to follow. VinFast says the VF8’s two trim levels have two-motor AWD powertrains, an 87.7-kWh battery and a starting price of about $60,000. The larger VF9 will have a 123-kWh battery pack and an $85,000 starting price.
A flood of new EVs is coming on the way for the 2024 and 2025 model years. If you want a home charger EV, then you have to look for those 2024 models. If already announced plans work, there will be 74 different EVs available in North America by 2025. Stay tuned to our site to know the latest news on electric cars.