The 2022 Los Angeles car clearly show kicked off this week, with automakers demonstrating off gorgeous new ideas and minimal-operate special edition supercars, but we lined the cars and trucks that will make it into driveways and roadways in figures. Kia refreshed the Seltos small crossover, Subaru released a new Impreza hatchback that will no extended have a sedan counterpart, Hyundai verified U.S. specs for the Ioniq 6 electrical sedan, but Toyota built the biggest splash with a redesigned 2023 Prius that appears practically nothing like its gas-sipping predecessors.
Listed here are the new types we included, and the 2023 types we reviewed this week.
2023 Toyota Prius preview
The 2023 Toyota Prius 5-doorway hatchback lives on for one more hybrid era with much more energy, larger effectiveness, and so much additional design and style.
2024 Kia Seltos preview
Kia restyles its smallest crossover, and drops the dual-clutch from the 2024 Seltos, far too.
2024 Subaru Impreza preview
The 2024 Impreza hatchback will no longer be supplied as a sedan or with a manual transmission.
2023 Ford Mustang Mach-E evaluation
Ford’s even now-brilliant foray into large-performance EVs nets the 2023 Mustang Mach-E a TCC Ranking of 8.5 out of 10.
2023 Acura MDX critique
The 2023 MDX hides its muscle less than a family-pleasant wrap we give it a TCC Rating of 7.2 out of 10.
2023 Lincoln Aviator review
The sleek looks and fab interior of the 2023 Lincoln Aviator make it a standout it gets a TCC Rating of 7. out of 10.
2023 Lincoln Nautilus overview
A yacht-rocking mid-size SUV, the 2023 Nautilus can make all the sailing go efficiently. We give it a 6.8 out of 10.
2023 Lincoln Corsair critique
With a TCC Ranking of 6.8 out of 10, the 2023 Corsair SUV excels as a silent, compact luxocruiser.
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