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These are the 2023 car models that will arrive during 2022 | Digital Trends Spanish

The automotive industry is going through a tumultuous transformational period globally. In addition to the vehicle supply crisis caused by the shortage of semiconductors that began in 2020, inflationary pressure on oil prices caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine has been added, driving up fuel prices. This, in turn, has increased the demand for economical consumer products such as compacts and electrics in an industry that has focused its efforts on the production of large crossovers and pickups.

Still, the industry does not stop. 2022 is turning out to be a year full of new vehicle reveals and the start of production of already announced models. These are the brand new vehicles which we expect to arrive in US dealerships during 2022 as 2023 models.

Acura Integra

Honda’s premium vehicle brand is expected to begin shipping the first units of this sports sedan, which revives one of the most remembered names of its past, before the end of 2022. The Acura Integra is one of the few cars that still offers the option of manual transmission in the United States. Acura dealers will begin taking orders in March with a starting price closer to $30,000.

Alfa Romeo Tonale

Alfa Romeo’s new compact crossover will arrive in dealerships before the end of 2022 offering a plug-in hybrid version, the first in the brand’s history, and the first automotive NFT that we know of. Its starting price will be around $36,000 dollars.


Upon its arrival later this year, this mighty BMW crossover will sit at the top of the German brand’s truck lineup. It is expected to look very similar to the BMW XM Concept unveiled in 2021 and use the same 750-horsepower plug-in hybrid powertrain from the concept model. BMW has not indicated what the price of this supertruck will be, but we do not expect a price below $125,000.

Chevrolet Corvette Z06

the anticipated high-power version of the eighth-generation Corvette will arrive later this year with a new 5.5-liter V8 engine that generates 670 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque, allowing it to accelerate to 60 miles per hour in just 2.6 seconds. Chevrolet has not yet announced the price of this new Corvette variant, but we expect it to be in the neighborhood of $85,000.

Ferrari Purosangue

The only thing we can say about Ferrari’s first SUV is that it will be called Purosangue, and that it will go on sale later this year. Everything else, including its design, features, performance and price remains a complete mystery.

ford ranger

The next generation of Ford Ranger, which was revealed in its global version at the end of last year, will start to be sold in the United States during the last quarter of 2022 as a 2023 model, so we expect the US version to be revealed very soon. At that time we will know its benefits and its price.

Genesis G90

Genesis has not yet announced how it will be configured. its shocking G90 when it arrives in the States, but it should at least match the level of luxury of the current version, which itself is undeniably luxurious. It hasn’t announced its price either, but we don’t expect it to go much higher than the current model’s $74,950 starting price.

Honda HR-V

The smallest of Honda’s crossover trucks hasn’t been updated since it hit the market in 2016. Honda announced a new model for the end of this year that is different from the one it presented to the rest of the world, and although it is expected to arrive this year, all we know is a couple of promising sketches presented by its manufacturer.

hyundai ioniq 6

The first sedan in Hyundai’s Ioniq family of electric cars will hit dealerships before the end of 2022, but that’s as far as what the automaker has revealed about the model. We expect news very soon.

lexus rz

Think of this crossover as the electric version of the hugely popular Lexus RX, which will be based on the same electric variant of the TGNA platform that the Toyota BZ4X uses. We hope to know the details of benefits and prices soon, which will be revealed along with the truck.

nissan z

Nissan’s little 400-horsepower muscle car is one of the most anticipated debuts of the year. This sports car should begin to arrive at the brand’s dealerships during the second half with a price close to $35,000 dollars.

Polestar 3

The The Swedish electric car brand’s first electric crossover will arrive before the end of the year to accompany the mighty but lonely Polestar 2 sedan in the brand’s showrooms. Of the Polestar 3 at the moment we only know that it will be manufactured in the United States that it will have a very aerodynamic design and that it will inaugurate the next evolution of the Polestar design language, which until now has been very close to that of Volvo.

toyota sequoia

The The third generation of Toyota’s maxi-SUV comes only as a hybrid model with a powertrain made up of a 3.4-liter twin-turbocharged V6 and an electric generator motor located between the gasoline engine and the 10-speed automatic transmission that do not work in parallel as in the case of the Prius, but linearly when needed with 437 horsepower and 583 pound-feet of torque, it should meet the needs of the vast majority of its users. The new Sequoia will go on sale in the summer in several versions but prices have not yet been announced.

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