A sneak peak of some new cars coming in 2023

Despite the COVID pandemic that rocked the world in 2020, the future of new cars continues to run hot with design, technology, and flair that constantly grabs the attention of many new car enthusiasts. New model cars constantly make us feel “how can this get any more advanced” every year, but anticipation levels continue to run high when new vehicles land on our shores. A recent article from “Whichcar?” has released a list of cars coming to Australia in the 2023 calendar. The list features a mix of luxury and sports models as well as new releases from brands that provide our popular favourites. 

Here are some of our top picks from 2023’s projected release.


Bentley Bentayga Hybrid

  • A 3.0 litre hybrid that can reach up to 254kph (158mph) – now that’s quick for an SUV… and not mention its style and comfort.

Chevrolet Corvette Z06

  • A beast coming to Australia bringing 499kW. This one isn’t cheap with prices that will likely be upwards of $200k.

Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato

  • Only a limited quantity is expected to reach Australia. This Lamborghini is the first of its kind: an off-road supercar… no, not an SUV, a supercar that is made to go offroad… 


Maserati GranTurismo

  • Packing both internal combustion and electric power, this next-generation sports car is due to hit Australia sometime throughout 2023

Mercedes Benz EQE SUV

  • Expected to land mid 2023, this SUV is headlined by an AMG variant which can reach 100kph in 3.5 seconds. 

Renault Megane E-Tech Electric

  • The all-new electric small SUV by Renault. Expected sometime in 2023 and is related by name to the Megane hatchback. 

Subaru Solterra

  • Subaru’s first ever all-electric SUV. Arriving in mid 2023, this represents the “dawn of a new era”. An electric sibling to the Toyota bZ4x.

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