Staff, 2022-12-27 13:40:14,
No one becomes an automotive reporter if they don’t like driving cars. Then again, not all vehicles are created equal. So with that in mind we’ve put together the 16 cars we are most looking forward to driving in 2023.
The winning cars come from every segment and most price points, though as a rule, cars that are more fun to drive tend to be more expensive. Still, there are some notable exceptions to that rule. We’ve also got more EVs on this list than ever before, and that should surprise no one.
OK, enough jawboning. Let’s get to the list. Now, we have sampled some briefly, others, not. But here’s what we’re looking forward to spending some quality time with in 2023.
BMW is extending its winning streak by electrifying its whole lineup. The 7-Series is the Bavarian powerhouse’s executive car line, and the i7 will compete head-to-head with the Mercedes-Benz EQS electric sedan, but will start at a higher price point of $119,300 vs. $104,400. We’d like to see if it’s worth the extra cost.
Alfa Romeo Tonale
Alfa is bringing a compact plug-in hybrid SUV in the Tonale, and it looks inviting and as sporty as you could expect from Italy’s more affordable performance brand. With 285 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque, the Tonale is expected to deliver a 6-second 0-60 time, but we’d like to verify that with our own stopwatch.
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