Classic names in the car industry are waking up again, launching a series of magnificent modern machines while bearing iconic names.


#1 2023 Audi RS3 Performance Edition Debuts

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The Audi RS3 is a hot car.

Now, it's getting hotter.

The new Performance Edition model runs on a 407-horsepower turbocharged inline-5 engine, up from 401 hp, able to reach 62 mph in 3.8 seconds.

It also comes with a few other enhancements.

Power goes through a Stronic dual-clutch transmission that can change gear ratios in milliseconds—a little less than 0.1 seconds. That means you'll get more power out of every gear change, which keeps your engine running at peak efficiency more often than with other transmissions.

Unfortunately, only 300 units will be made, and none will come to North America.




#2 Cadillac Celestiq Production Model Debuts



The Cadillac Celestiq, is a new luxury flagship model that represents the transition from a stylish show car to a luxury flagship offering. The car is set to begin production in December 2023. Cars will be built based on special orders, meaning that all units will be custom-made based on the client's specifications for the vehicle. The Celestiq rides on the General Motors Ultium Platform and has two electric motors, generating 600 horsepower and 640 pound-feet of torque, pushing it from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3.8 seconds.

Prices will start from $300,000, depending on a client's specifications.




#3 2024 Rolls-Royce Spectre Debuts



Rolls-Royce, the world's most luxurious car brand, today announced the introduction of its first electric vehicle, the Spectre.

The new coupe will signal the gradual demise of its iconic V12 engine, which is being replaced by an all-electric powertrain. Customer deliveries will start in the fourth quarter of 2023.

The Spectre is advertised as “The most luxurious EV in the world,” with a novel combination of advanced technology and traditional luxury craftsmanship that makes it an outstanding addition to Rolls-Royce's line-up. The vehicle rides on 23-inch wheels, making it the first coupe since the Bugatti Royale from 1926 to feature such large alloys from the factory.



#4 2023 Toyota Corolla Debuts With Hybrid Infrared Edition

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The Toyota Corolla is the most important addition to the compact car's lineup for 2023, and for good reason.

It's been redesigned front and rear, with new colors as well: Blue Crush Metallic and Blue Flame for the hatchback and Midnight Black Metallic and Underground for the sedan.

The 2023 Corolla Hybrid LE will be a solid competitor in this coming year's market, not only because it's now $1,250 cheaper than last year, but also because it's offering a 13 hp and 10 lb-ft increase to the engine's power—bringing the total to 134 hp and 156 lb-ft.



#5 2023 Porsche 911 Carrera T Debuts

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The 2023 Porsche 911 Carrera T is designed to be a fun, affordable way to enjoy your favorite sports car.

Porsche has  packed the entry-level model with performance parts for those who want something enjoyable to drive but don't need a full-blown race car. Deliveries begin in spring 2023 at a starting price of $118,050.

The T model sits between the standard 911 Carrera and the more powerful Carrera S. And it gets its power from a twin-turbo 3.0-liter flat-six engine making 379 horsepower and 331 pound-feet of torque. The car's standard transmission is a seven-speed manual gearbox, which is unavailable on the entry-level 911 Carrera.



#6 Mitsubishi XFC Concept Debuts 

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Mitsubishi has unveiled a brand-new model; a production version of its XFC Concept. The new car hails itself as the “best-suited buddy for an exciting life,” with a “silky and solid” design that is clearly meant to evoke the car's Japanese heritage.

The car has an all-Mitsubishi design, with louver-like daytime running lights mounted below for a light signature, repeated at the rear where the taillights have a similar appearance. Illuminated hexagonal shapes are located at both ends of the XFC Concept, while the side profile shows cameras instead of conventional mirrors. 

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