Every good car deserves to live for an eternity, that’s what carmakers have been up to this past week, making sure that each masterpiece is getting a proper update for the new generation.

 

#1 2023 Nissan Versa Debuts

Nissan 2023 Nissan Versa Debuts With Revised V-Motion Grille, New Trim Pack

 

 

The Nissan Versa has been around for a while, but it's about to get a major makeover.

The most significant change to the car is the new front fascia. The updated model will go on sale later this fall in three trims: S, SV, and SR. The grille is wider, with chrome accents extending underneath the headlights. It's all part of Nissan's V-Motion grille design.[i]

The interior has also been updated with a new look and feel. New materials and features have been added to the dashboard, seats, and doors,

 

 

#2 2023 Kia Niro PHEV Starts at $35,035

Kia Niro2023 Kia Niro (US Spec)

 

 

The Kia Niro is a crossover that is starting to get some attention from buyers. The second-generation model was launched recently, and it's being released for sale in many markets.

Both trims of the Niro PHEV use a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine with 104 horsepower and 106.3 pound-feet of torque, along with an electric motor producing 180 hp and 195 lb-ft of torque. The battery is an 11.1-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion polymer pack. They also use a six-speed dual-clutch gearbox.

Other than the PHEV powertrain, the Niro is also available in hybrid and full electric powertrains.[ii]

 

 

#3 2023 Audi RS Q3 Edition 10 Years Debuts

Audi 2023 Audi RS Q3 Edition 10 Years Debuts With Black Trim Galore

 

 

It's been 10 years already, and the Audi RS Q3 is still one of the most popular crossovers on the market. But this special edition model marks a milestone in the history of the brand, as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.[iii]

The turbocharged crossover celebrates the occasion by getting black 21-inch double-spoke wheels with 225/35-series tires to give it a sportier look. The black color scheme is continued on the door and window trim, side mirrors, diffuser insert, and front spoiler blades. The color scheme is also used on Audi badging at the rear of the vehicle. Other exterior modifications include darkened LED headlights. For some contrast, the exterior color comes in two choices, Dew Silver or Chronos Gray metallic.

 

#42023 BMW M2 Debuts 

BMW 2023 BMW M2 Debuts With 453-HP I6, $63,195 Starting Price

 

 

Just when you thought the BMW M2 couldn't get any better, it does.

 

The second generation of the revered coupe receives a new look to differentiate it from the rest of the 2 Series lineup, and also hides a potent powertrain. The new M2 uses BMW’s S58 engine to power the rear wheels and produce 453 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque. The twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six mill produces even more power than its predecessor, thanks to race-proven technology from BMW M GmbH.[iv]

The six-speed manual is standard equipment on the M2, but it can come with an optional eight-speed M Steptronic transmission with Drivelogic.

 

#5 2024 Chevrolet Trax Debuts

Chevrolet 2024 Chevrolet Trax RS Front Angle

 

 

The Chevrolet Trax, a compact crossover SUV, is set to debut in the United States in the spring of 2023. The new model takes styling cues from the current Blazer and adds a larger footprint and improved tech compared to its predecessor.[v]

This model comes in five trim levels, starting with LS, 1RS, LT, 2RS, and Activ models. Prices start at $21,495 for the LS model and climb to $33,495 for the 2RS model.

You may get the best deal on your new car, with the latest design and technological features, but they all lack one thing; adequate protection against the environment. That’s the role of Coverking. From now on, you don’t have to worry when leaving your car outside; with a set of Coverking custom-made car covers you will definitely find it exactly as you left it.

Coverking products are made from an array of special fabrics, capable of protecting your car against all kinds of weather conditions and minor accidents. And the best thing is that they are all designed specifically to fit your car, following every little line and detail in it, leaving no room for dust or other small particles to penetrate. 

 

 

 

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