What can we anticipate from electric cars in 2023 as the EV industry expands and 2022 draws to a close? The number of electric vehicle launches has increased dramatically, and the selection of models is at an all-time high. Many of the brand-new electric vehicles for 2023 will be models built from the outset to run only on electricity. With that being said, let’s take a look at some of the EVs released next year…
Audi A6 e-Tron
You can anticipate the Audi A6 to have a pebble-smooth exterior and a technologically advanced interior filled with high-definition displays and touchscreens. Four tall adults will be able to fit inside comfortably thanks to the interior’s flat floor and open layout. The electric A6 ranges up to 430 miles because of its 100kWh battery. It is expected to be on sale in the Summer of 2023.
The electric version of the new 5 Series saloon, the BMW i5, is anticipated to go on sale in the middle of 2023. The sleek BMW I Vision Dynamics concept car will serve as its styling inspiration, and it will have smooth wheel trims and a blanked-off grille for better aerodynamics. The i5 should have more than 300 miles of range and plenty of power. The i5 will have a luxurious interior with room for four people, spacious infotainment screens, and a large boot.
When it debuts in showrooms in the winter of next year, the new Fiat Panda is anticipated to be among the most affordable electric cars on the market. On the outside, expect to see styling inspired by the Fiat Concept Centoventi concept, and inside, expect a well-designed interior with enough room for four tall adults at a stretch, a small boot, and plenty of interior storage. With the same 42kWh battery as the 500 Electric, the new Panda should have a range of about 200 miles.
Audi Q8 e-tron
The Q8 e-Tron will replace the Audi E-Tron as the company’s flagship electric SUV as part of a mid-life redesign. Expect more bold styling, especially up front. As well as a larger battery, more effective electric motors, and an improved electronics system that allows for greater energy recovery. Audi wants to increase the current 249-mile range to as much as 373 miles. It is expected to be released in early 2023.
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