Ferrari arrives in the segment, Renault updates the Espace and Ford launches its Bronco in France.

Ferrari arrives in the segment, Renault updates the Espace and Ford launches its Bronco in France.


January

Alfa Romeo Stelvio (renew)

By lifting his face styleAlfa Romeo Stelvio it changes a little. We see the appearance of new matrix LED lamps. The grille has a new look, while the rear lights are now smoked black gloss. In the cabin, analog meters give way to a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster. Under the hood of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio, there are 2.2 MultiJet diesel blocks with 160 horsepower (rear-wheel drive) and 210 horsepower (all-wheel drive Q4). There is also a 280 hp 2.0 Turbo MultiAir petrol unit.

February

Ferrari Purosangue

These are the first deliveries for Ferrari’s SUV, the Ferrari Purosangue. A beautiful beast that is powered by a 725 hp V12 in the front center position. This top-of-the-range SUV also has four-wheel drive and a steering wheel, while the doors are counter-opening. This 4.97 m long model has a sporty feel with a passage from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 310 km/h. Prices start at €390,000.

New for 2023 - Family SUV: Ferrari arrives in the category, Renault updates the Espace and Ford launches its Bronco in France

Mercedes GLE and GLE Coupé (refresh)

In the middle stage of the work, the Mercedes-Benz and its dialect GLE Coupe they are going to get a facelift. This should be minimized and should make little difference to the boosters and lights as well as the shield. On board there should be no changes while under the hood the engines should see their CO2 emissions drop slightly.

March

BMW X5 and BMW X6 (restylings)

The BMW X5 and BMW X6 it will be restyled and the M versions of these two models will also be revised. The tips should be cleaned, the grille should be adjusted without growing, and the front bumper will have the right to its share of changes. On board, BMW will take the opportunity to review its infotainment offer with the arrival of new touchscreens adapted to the BMW iDrive 8 software. The central console will be eligible for revisions and a new automatic transmission lever.

May

Mercedes GLS (renewable)

New for 2023 - Family SUV: Ferrari arrives in the category, Renault updates the Espace and Ford launches its Bronco in France

It’s time to do a makeover Mercedes GLS the current generation that arrived on the market in 2018. Prototypes of this facelifted GLS have been seen on public roads and show a hidden front and rear. To revive its aggressiveness, the GLS should receive a new grille trim and a redesigned shield. Inside, there is expected to be a new steering wheel borrowed from the Mercedes S-Class. Mercedes will also make an effort when it comes to the big infotainment screen and the appearance of new graphics.

June

Renault Espace (or Grand Austral)

New for 2023 - Family SUV: Ferrari arrives in the category, Renault updates the Espace and Ford launches its Bronco in France

Renault should use the Renault Espace name for its future seven-seat SUV. An example of which is the Grand Austral as it uses the technical base and engines of Renault Australia. The main differences will come from the wheelbase and the extended rear to accommodate up to seven people in the passenger compartment. We should have the right to get two variants, a five-seat model (with a large trunk) or a seven-seat model, with two additional seats that should be enough for long trips.

September

Mercedes GLB (renewable)

New for 2023 - Family SUV: Ferrari arrives in the category, Renault updates the Espace and Ford launches its Bronco in France

Update of Mercedes GLB is scheduled to fall. There will be new daytime running lights integrated into the headlights and a revised front end with changes to the grille and bumper. At the back, the lights will benefit from new interior graphics. Inside, as in the A-Class, the center console and speedometer graphics and infotainment screen will change slightly.

October

Audi Q5

New for 2023 - Family SUV: Ferrari arrives in the category, Renault updates the Espace and Ford launches its Bronco in France

New Audi Q5 it will be launched in the summer for sale in early 2024. It will still have internal combustion engines and rechargeable hybrid engines. For fashion, inspiration will come fromAudi Q4 e-tron Electric and there will also be a link of filiation with the current generation, Audi does not want to revolutionize the style lines that please. Dimensions will remain close to the current model with a slight drop in height to benefit from a better aerodynamic signature. In the cabin, the changes will be big with furniture inspired by that of the future Audi A4 which will arrive in 2023 a few months before the Audi Q5. The Audi Q5 will always be available in a Sportback body variant and a sporty version of the Audi SQ5 will also be available. A big change, it should no longer have a V6 diesel under its hood, but perhaps a four-cylinder gasoline hybrid engine 2.0 TFSI associated with an electric motor.

November

Ford Kuga (remodeling)

New for 2023 - Family SUV: Ferrari arrives in the category, Renault updates the Espace and Ford launches its Bronco in France

It will be a major restyling in 2023 for Ford Kuga. As we can see on the American model that bears the Escape name, the revised Kuga will see its front face completely redesigned. We notice a new hexagonal grille, redesigned projectors, a new shield. When the hood is adjusted and the daytime running lights are different. Inside this SUV we will discover a new multimedia screen that will require a major modification of the dashboard. The interface should be improved to make it easier to use.

Chair Tarraco (repair)

A large SUV Tarraco chair should benefit from a restructuring at the end of the year. Launched in 2018, this mid-range model should take the opportunity to slightly modify its appearance and increase its equipment offering. Under the hood we could see the 150 hp petrol engine reappear with the arrival of the new 1.5 TSI 150 hp Evo 2 block that can run on E85.

December

Ford Bronco

New for 2023 - Family SUV: Ferrari arrives in the category, Renault updates the Espace and Ford launches its Bronco in France

The brand’s flagship car at the Oval in the United States, the Ford Bronco will land in Europe and should be available (but in small quantities) in our country. If in North America this model is sold in three variants of the body, in three doors and five doors and in the five-door version of the Bronco Sport (on the basis of the Ford Kuga), of course it is the five-door version , clean and. hard 4×4 resting on a ladder chassis, which will be sold here. Under the hood, we should find a V6 2.7 Ecoboost of 314 hp. This model will compete with Jeep Wrangler and Land Rover Defender.