Car news. 2023 calendar for electric cars
From January to December, discover the calendar of new electric cars expected for 2023, from Abarth to Volvo. (Some) city cars and (many) SUVs are on the program through about thirty brands.
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The electric vehicle market and industry are growing, driving each other and driven by public policy along these lines. Also, 2023 promises to be rich with the release of new “zero emission” cars. Here’s what awaits us, brand brand.
Abarth recently unveiled a sporty version of its latest electric Fiat 500 (shy). Its marketing is planned for next spring. The old generation models will be removed from the brand’s catalog by the end of the yearMaking Abarth a 100% electric manufacturer.
500th: May 2023 (delivery June 2023)
The electric year at Audi will begin with the delivery of the rebadged Q8 e-tron, which is now available for order. Then the new Q6 e-tron, a cousin of the Porsche Macan IIwill expand its range.
Q8 e-tron: spring 2023 (deliveries)
- Q8 Sportback e-tron: spring 2023 (delivery)
Q6 e-tron: December 2023
In 2023, BMW will renew the 5 Series and abandon the next generation of this flagship model. An electric version called the i5. Same program for X2.
i5: June 2023 (fall 2023 delivery)
iX2: Fall 2023 (delivery February 2024)
First up at Citroën was the ë-C4 X, a battery-powered variant of the C4 notchback, and it made compromises. Then the ë-C4 engine we know will change Adopting the newly opened 156 hp (+ 20 hp) Emotors block (Nidec / PSA) by DS3.
ë-C4 X: January 2023 (deliveries)
ë-C4 156 hp: summer 2023
The Extreme version of Dacia Spring features a 65 hp engine, or 20 horsepower more than the entry-level Essential. This variant, sold for 22,300 euros, will arrive at dealers next spring.
Fiat is preparing to introduce the Jeep Avenger’s small electric SUV “cousin” and this appeal will revive 600 because it will present itself as a five-door enlarged 500.
600: November 2023 (start)
During 2023, Ford will introduce a C-segment electric SUV in the spring, which will be called the Explorer. Developed on the MEB base shared with Volkswagen, it will be produced in Germany and will be launched at the end of 2023. It will be followed in the spring of 2024 by a special-looking coupe version, which the manufacturer is due to unveil in fiscal 2023. .
C-SUV EV: Spring 2023 (introduction) / Late 2023 (launch)
A few months after its presentation, the Hyundai Ioniq 6 sedan is finally about to be handed over to its first owners. As for the Ioniq 5, it will soon be available in the N sports version. Hyundai Kona, like its predecessor, will be offered in an electric version.
Jeep is going electric with the small SUV Avenger the first deliveries will take place at the end of this winter.
In 2023, it is Kia will offer an electric alternative to the Sorento: the spectacular EV9. The more modest E-Soul will be redesigned this year, as it has been in its career with us in its dimensions.
The Lexus RZ electric SUV, a “cousin” of the Toyota bZ4X, will go on sale next spring. Then the “zero emission” range of the Japanese manufacturer will be enriched with an urban crossover with high sales volume.
RZ: April 2023 (deliveries in summer 2023)
- Urban SUV: June 2023 (delivery late 2023 or early 2024)
Lotus’ gradual transition to all-electricity will take place early next spring with the first deliveries of the Eletre SUV. Later, the Type 133 sedan will compete with the Porsche Taycan.
Mercedes will continue to actively introduce the EQ electric range throughout 2023. Expected new models are the EQG, the battery-powered G-Class as wellA “coupe” variant of the EQA.
- EQA restyled: April 2023
EQE SUV: May 2023 (deliveries)
Marco Polo EQT: 2e semester 2023
EQG: End of 2023 (Early 2024)
The range of MG4 will be enriched with two versions in 2023. The British manufacturer, now under Chinese control, will also return to roadsters. Production version of Cybersterit is also 100% electric.
Cyberster: April 2023 (view 2024)
- MG4 449hp 4×4: Summer 2023
- MG4 long range 500 km: summer 2023
With Mini, it will begin the renewal and mass electrification of its range his new city car, then the third generation Countryman. Both will be available with “zero emissions”.
Like the Citroën ë-C4, the Opel Mokka Electric will come with a more powerful engine this year. The redesigned Corsa will also qualify. Astra, like the Peugeot 308, will be sold in a “zero emission” version.
As mentioned above, the Peugeot e-308 will be launched this year as the e-208 with improved performance (156 hp, 400 km WLTP). Then the city car will be rebuilt in Lyon, 2008 and with it as e-2008.
Some big names at Renault will go electric starting in 2023 The Scénic, its next iteration, will be a “zero-emissions” SUV. The standard electric R5 will be shown before the end of the year.
Scenic: Fall 2023 (March 2024 release)
5: Interior launch in 2nd half of 2023 (release in August 2024)
Rolls-Royce’s first electric model Spectre The car presented in October last year will be delivered to its first owners a year later.
Spectrum: October 2023 (delivery)
The brand’s updated electric SUV Smart #1 will soon go on sale at retail outlets. It will be followed by compact SUV No. 3 to the coupe profile.
#1: Q2 2023 (shipments)
#3: September 2023
The Subaru Solterra electric SUV will hit the French market a few months after the Toyota bZ4X. It is expected before next summer.
bZ4X’s “Little Brother” and an electric alternative to the next C-HRToyota bZ3X compact SUV will be presented in production version at the end of the year.
bZ3X: End 2023 (Launch April 2024)
Volkswagen will leave the ID card. another but expected only 100% new model in months The ID.7 is designed to replace the Passat sedan.
ID.3 revised: June 2023 (start)
- ID.Buzz extended to 7 locations: November 2023
ID.7: November 2023
Volvo will expand its electric range on both sides: on the one hand with the giant EX90, and with the arrival of the car small SUV EX30 else.
FY90: May 2023
FY30: June 2023 / September (start)