The end of 2022 is approaching and if they haven’t debuted already, car manufacturers are prepping their latest lines of vehicles to hit the market.  Check out some of the cars we are excited to see hit the road in the near future. 

2023 Alfa Romeo Tonale

Available early 2023, the Tonale ushers the superior quality of expert craftsmanship into the world of premium compact SUVs, while maintaining iconic Alfa Romeo design. The Tonale features two available powertrains, a hybrid design that allows for Plug-In Electric capable of operating on electric and gas, as well as a gas turbo engine option. 

 

When it comes to safety specs, Alfa Romeo incorporated radar technology into the 2023 Tonale to help monitor and detect hazards from a longitudinal and lateral perspective. The alert systems utilize the radar tech as well as cameras and scanners to help with accident avoidance and offer a sense of security for drivers.

2023 Maserati Grecale

The 2023 Grecale honors Maserati’s Italian heritage but features modern touches. The Grecale is designed with natural leather, carbon fiber and wood, combined with unique patterns and colors to convey a feeling of complete harmony. 

 

The Grecale is structured with high-performing engines and lightweight design making for a pulse-quickening ride. The driveshaft made with carbon fiber and the extensive use of materials like aluminum contribute to a top-class power to weight ratio, acceleration, and speed.

 

Sleek interior design includes digital surfaces, eliminating the need for crowded buttons. With the customizable Maserati Intelligent Assistant (MIA) powered by Android Automotive OS, you can access its many controls on the large 12.3’’ screen: navigation, media, drive modes, vehicle settings, apps and more. Everything is just one swipe away.

 

Safety features include driving automation safety technology including intelligent speed assist, adaptive cruise control, blind spot assistance, active driving alerts, and traffic sign information. ​​

2023 BMW XM

Arriving in Spring of 2023, the BMW XM will bring the intensity of high-performance engineering, made legendary by BMW M, and races ahead into the future. 

 

The 2023 BMW XM is equipped with a plug-in hybrid powertrain: a 4.4-liter BMW M TwinPower Turbo V-8 engine, paired with a high-performance electric motor, delivering a new sensation of power and torque. And with BMW’s intelligent M xDrive system, this SUV is ready to forge paths in time and space.

 

The interior aesthetic of the 2023 BMW XM is first class. The ceiling is sculpted with a three-dimensional geometric headliner, lighted by soft ambient lighting to accentuate an even more luxurious ambiance. 

2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE

The 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQE moves the electric vehicle one step closer to its golden age. 

 

The cabin of the EQE is more spacious than the standard Mercedes E-Class and has been insulated and refined to provide maximum refuge from outside noise and road vibrations.

Mercedes-Benz’s latest generation Augmented Reality Navigation System, found in the 2023 EQE, is capable of accounting for weather, topography, and charging stops. 

When it comes to charging stations, the EQE is connected to Mercedes me Charge, providing access to one of the largest charging networks in the world — and to an easy and convenient way to power up while on the go.

The options for personalized technology are even more profound: over-the-air updates allow drivers to download an increasing number of programs and functions. These include additional driving modes tailored toward younger drivers and valet parking, exclusive sound designs, animations and more. Over time, they’ll ensure that the experience of driving an EQE never becomes routine.

2023 Volvo XC90

This mild hybrid from Volvo harnesses energy for a smoother drive. Tailpipe emissions and fuel consumption are reduced on the new Volvo XC90 when recovered energy from braking is stored in its 48V battery.

 

Even when traveling with friends and family, a little elbow room is welcome. In the XC90 SUV, up to seven people ride in true comfort from the shortest cross-town journey to the cross-country road-trip. With seat ventilation and ten-point massage for your back, Nappa leather front seats make every trip a pleasure and help you reach your destination in great shape.

 

Advanced driver assistance technology can help you maintain a safe distance to cars in front by adapting your speed, keep your car centered in the lane, inform you when it’s time to resume driving and even bring the vehicle to a complete stop in the event of an unresponsive driver.

 

This Volvo model comes in three different equipment levels, core, plus, and ultimate, designed to reflect you and how you use your car.