Every car coming soon in 2023 and beyond, and whatever you’re after, there’s something here for everyone.
This luxury SUV comes as standard with a massive 108kWh battery, which will allow you to drive up to 410 miles between recharges. The EQS SUV is also one of just two electric SUVs currently available with seven seats – the other being the Mercedes EQB.
The Model S has been around since 2012, so some updates are in order especially as the EV space has got so much more competitive recently. Updates focus on the interior, with the portrait-orientated touchscreen infotainment system found in the previous version replaced by a 17.0 in landscape unit that looks to be better integrated into the dashboard. Beyond the new interior, the big news is the introduction of a 1006bhp Plaid variant that can sprint from 0-62mph in a scarcely believable 1.9sec.
This luxury SUV is set to eclipse the palatial Audi Q7 as the brand’s largest, most opulent car ever. What that means is seating for seven, with more space at the rear than the Land Rover Defender 110, as well a boot large enough to carry all the luggage you could ever need. Expect to pay a price comparable with posher versions of the new Range Rover.