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A-Z of this years potential arrivals

Alfa Romeo 6c

Alfa Romeo 6C logo

No official images just yet but Alfa Romeo teased the logo of a limited-run supercar, potentially called the 6C, which it will launch this year.

The emblem appeared temporarily at the end of a recent Alfa Romeo Instagram video. The new halo model will likely be based on the Maserati MC20. 

Alpine A110R

A110 R Front

The R uses the same 296bhp turbo 1.8-litre four-pot engine and seven-speed wet-clutch automatic gearbox as the S, but is 34kg lighter, thank to extensive use of carbon fibre, including a new roof, rear screen and even carbon wheels. Will cost around £90k.

Aston Martin DBX Coupe

Aston Martin’s first SUV will spawn a coupe version, likely to become the firms flagship it will compete with the likes of the Porsche Cayenne Coupe. Expect the same 4.0-litre V8 engine to provide power or a new plug-in hybrid, and a price tag near £200k. A version based on the DBX707 could follow.

BMW 3.0 CSL Homage

New BMW 30 CSL

BMW M performance’s long-awaited tease. An ultra-limited run of 50, G82 M4 based coupe that pays homage to the legendary ‘Batmobile’ 3.0 CSL of 1973. The 3.0 CSL arrives with a unique exterior design and uprated power, to top-off its 50th anniversary celebrations. 

The 3.0 CSL is powered by the straight-six engine found in the M3 and M4, but while those cars only get 503bhp, the CSL gets boosted up to 552bhp and 405lb ft of torque. Making it the most powerful straight-six engine ever used in a road-legal BMW M car.

Gordan Murray T33 

97 GMA T33 2022 reveal Autocar images nose

The T.33 is engineered to be the world’s most beautiful and most accomplished two-seat supercar. Staying true to Gordon Murray Automotive’s design language, the design of T.33 is timeless, deeply influenced by Gordon’s fascination with cleanly styled and gorgeously proportioned ‘60s sports cars.

Yet from its cutting-edge aerodynamics, to its lightweight carbon fibre body, to the world’s finest V12 engine, it brims with the step-ahead technology for which Gordon’s heritage cars are famous.


New BMW M2

BMW M’s final pure-combustion offering comes in the form of the new BMW M2, ending an era with a performance coupe taking aim at the likes of the Porsche 718 Cayman and Alpine’s A110 sports cars. With a strong increase in power, performance and poise, the (G87) M2 ‘entry drug’ should trump its predecessor. 

The M2 makes 454bhp and 406lb ft of torque, with an automatic gearbox equipped the coupe can go from 0-62mph in just 4.1sec (the manual adds 0.2sec) and on to a limited 155mph.

BMW M3 Touring

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Arriving as part of the ongoing celebrations for M division’s 50th anniversary, the first ever BMW M3 Touring made its long-awaited world debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, combining supercar thrills with familiar comfort levels and of the 3 Series.

The M3 Touring makes 503bhp and 479lb ft from BMW M’s S58 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged straight six, sending power through an eight-speed automatic gearbox and all four wheels, makes a 0-62mph time of just 3.6sec and a top speed of up to 174mph with the optional M Driver’s package.

Cupra Tavascan

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Based on VW's I.D. 5, the new Tavascan Coupe SUV will follow the Cupra Born but with an expected power boost of up-to 300bhp. An expected starting price of around £60,000 would see it undercutting premium-badged rivals, while an official range of 279 miles between charges is currently competitive.

Ferrari Purosangue

Ferrari Purosangue 2023 front quarter static

The super-SUV has preserved some of the brand’s important characters, having a front-mid-mounted V12 and being claimed to be “a true sports car”. With 715bhp from its V12 the Purosangue becomes the most powerful SUV on sale, and can rocket to 0-62mph in just 3.3sec and go all the way up to 192mph.

Ferrari Roma Spider

Ferrari Roma

The Roma Spider will become Ferrari’s entry-level convertible over the Portofino, it will have the same 612bhp 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 as the hard-top, but expect a rise in 0-60 because of the added weight, expect the Roma Spider to be released in the middle of the year.

Ferrari SF90 Speciale

Ferrari is plotting an even more extreme version of its SF90 Stradale, expect big gains from the powertrain and mainly aerodynamics. Like Porsche's GT3 RS, Ferrari will concentrate on extracting more performance through downforce.

Ford Mustang

New 2023 Ford Mustang

The new seventh generation Mustang will arrive, with a meaner look, and a more powerful 5.0-litre ‘Coyote’ V8. But could be the last with expensive fuels, EVs and governing bodies coming down on combustion power.

Under the bonnet still though you’ll get reworked versions the 2.3-litre Ecoboost turbo four-cylinder and, the 5.0-litre V8.

Hyundai Ioniq 5 N

99 Hyundai Ioniq 5 2021 official images static front

Hyundai's 'N' division got there hands on the Ioniq 5 has been spotted out testing. The Ioniq 5 N will make use of the same battery and motors as the Kia EV6 GT thus meaning similar performance figures of about 570bhp, a 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds, and a range of 206 miles. It is expected to arrive in Q1-Q2 of 2023.

Lamborghini Aventador successor

lamborghini aventador replacement spy shots broken down

Lamborghini has been spied testing a replacement for the now 10 year old Aventador, the latest V12 supercar will most likely arrive with electric support through a hybrid powertrain as seen in the Sián FKP 37. With similar design cues to the Sian Lamborghini also seems to be taking hints from McLaren with an aggressive-looking top mounted rear-exhaust.

Lamborghini Hurucan Sterrato

Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato front three quarter

Lamborghini revealed the production-ready Huracan Sterrato just two weeks after Porsche's similarly rally bodied Porsche 911 Dakar, the Sterrato is an offroad-ready swansong for its V10 supercar.

The Sterrato’s V10 makes 601bhp and 413lb ft torque. That results in a claimed 0-62mph time of 3.4sec, The chunkier rubber cuts the top speed down to a limited 160mph.

Lamborghini Urus Evo


Lamborghini’s best-selling vehicle gets an update in 2023. The new Urus Evo SUV has been seen testing without a camouflaged livery. Much of the redesigned features can be seen although very similar to present model. Expect a small power increase but most of the updates to be on the inside. 

Lotus Eletre

96 Lotus Eletre 2022 official reveal Autocar static front

A bold, progressive and exotic 600bhp Urus sized SUV, with iconic sports car DNA, aimed at the next generation of Lotus customers. First of three new Lotus lifestyle EVs in next four years, with design language inspired by world’s first British EV hypercar, the award-winning Lotus Evija.

No Confirmed technical figures are available yet, but Lotus says the target is a top speed of 162mph and a sub-3.0sec time for the 0-62mph sprint, not bad for a weight north of 2.2 tonnes. Every Eletre will have a battery capacity of more than 100kWh and power upwards of 592bhp. Maximum range is 348 miles and a full recharge will be possible in 18 minutes from a 350kW charger.

Maserati GT Folgore

Maserati GranTurismo  Folgore rear three quarter

The top spec Folgore (Italian for thunderbolt) is the 2+2 electric GranTurismo, it is powered by a 93kWh (83kWh usable) T-shaped battery making more than 745bhp and 997lb ft of torque, and can sprint from 0-62mph in just 2.7sec. The power is generated by three in-house-built motors, one on the front axle and two at the rear, which allow for both rear- and four-wheel drive. The battery can be charged at speeds of up to 270kW, putting it among the fastest-charging EVs on sale. and will be priced at nearly £200,000.

McLaren Artura Spider

New McLaren Artura

McLaren revealed its game changing supercar at Goodwood FOS last year, the Artura, A ‘clean-sheet’ for the Woking firm, changing almost every aspect of its V8-engined Sports and Super Series models with an all-new design that hints at future electrified McLaren models.

Soon you can enjoy this plugin hybrid with a combined power output of 671bhp thanks to an electric motor in the open air!

Mercedes AMG C63/CLE

New Mercedes-AMG C63

The new Mercedes-AMG C63 S has swapped its mighty V8 engine for a plug-in hybrid powertrain that produces 670bhp and a massive 752lb ft of torque. Yet it is also claimed to do 34 miles per gallon and emit just 156g/km of CO2. The new C63 will be available as before in saloon and estate guises. The Coupe versions to be replaced by the upcoming Mercedes CLE.

Mercedes EQS

Mercedes EQS SUV  early 2023

The EQS saloon in Luxury SUV form, comes as standard with a massive 108kWh battery that 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.

Mini Hatch

MINI Electric prototype

It’ll be offered in three-door, five-door hatchback and two-door convertible guises, likely to be powered by updated versions of the model’s 1.5-litre and 2.0-litre petrol engines and will feature an updated infotainment touchscreen. 
The electric model will be based on  a different platform, likely to result in a much larger range than the current version’s restrictive 145-mile capability.

Porsche 718 Boxster Spider RS

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Likely to have the same naturally aspirated 4.0-litre flat-six as the Cayman GT4 RS. Which should sound even greater with the roof down, Total output is an expected 493bhp and 332lb ft, expect a tenth or two off the Caymans 0-62mph time of just 3.4sec because of the extra weight, and a top speed of 196mph.

Like every modern RS model, the new 718 Boxster RS’s Power is sent “at lightning speed” to the rear axle via the exclusively available seven-speed PDK automatic gearbox.

Porsche 911 Dakar

Revealed in full at the Los Angeles motor show last year the 911 Dakar is a limited-run take on the firm's flagship coupé, designed to offer rapid off-road pace with little compromise to its abilities on Tarmac.

Having made its debut in prototype form at the Nürburgring more than two years ago, the Dakar has undergone a lengthy development process Underneath, the Dakar is most closely related to the four-wheel-drive 911 GTS, and shares that car’s 473bhp, 420lb ft 3.0-litre twin-turbo flat six and eight-speed PDK automatic gearbox.

Porsche Macan EV

2024 Porsche Macan Electric Prototype 9

The new Macan will be fully electric, likely to be powered by the same electric motors as the Taycan, combining staggering performance with a compact SUV body. Power could range between 322bhp and 617bhp. 
Expect an official range of around 300 miles and the ability to rapid charge the battery from 10-80% in around 20 minutes.

Rolls Royce Spectre

Rolls-Royce Spectre  on sale 2023

Rolls-Royce’s first electric car, a swept-back coupe very similar the the Wraith. Expected to produce more than 600bhp by using the same electric motors from the upcoming BMW iX M60. Llikely to cost over £300,000.

Other Notable Mentions:

Audi A6 e-tron

Audi Q5

Audi Q6 e-tron RS

Audi Q9

Audi S4 Avant

BMW 5 Series


Cadillac Celestiq

Cadillac Compact SUV

Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray

Dacia Bigster

Fiat Centoventi

Fisker Ocean

Genesis G90

Honda Prologue

Hyundai Ioniq 6

Hyundai Kona

Jeep Grand Compass

Jeep New Small SUV

Kia EV9

Mercedes-AMG-GT II

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate

Mercedes-Benz GLC

MG Electric Hatchback

Mini Aceman

Mini Countryman

Pagani Utopia

Peugeot 4008

Polestar 3 & 4

Porsche 911 S/T

Porsche 983 Boxster EV

Porsche Panamera

Renault Grand Austral

Skoda Superb

Suzuki Swift

Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla Model S

Toyota Grand Highlander

Vauxhall Insignia

Vinfast VF 9

Volkswagen Amarok

Volkswagen Tiquan

Volkswagen Tiquan EV