10 Most Exciting Car Unveils of the Winter Season: Automotive Future and News

I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but as of lately car dealerships have been empty and the numbers of new car releases have dwindled big time. Supply chain shortages are brutal, so seeing all-new autos in the news is quite an occasion. But today you are in luck, because we have managed to squeeze all of the winter automotive announcements into one condensed informative package.

Recent autoshows, online presentations and virtual unveils of the most exciting newcomers are at your fingertips! So subscribe to #AutomotiveTerritoryDailyNews and lets start the engines!

#1 2023 Honda Civic Type R

The all-new Honda Type R showed up wearing camo at the Tokyo Autoshow, and as we speak, one of the world’s most scorching hot hatchbacks is trying out the 11th generation Civic platform at the Suzuka Circuit in Japan.

#2 2024 Chevrolet Silverado Electric

Originally revealed to underpin the reimagined Hummer family, the flexible Ultium platform is now making its way to Chevy’s roster. The Silverado truck will be the brand’s first Ultium-based EV, that will launch in two different configurations.

#3 2022 Mazda CX-50

2022 Mazda CX-50 is the company’s US-exclusive crossover that will be built at the joint Mazda-Toyota plant in Alabama. It will offer 2 inline-4 engine options plus a Toyota-sourced hybrid system.

#4 Mercedes VISION EQXX

Instead of following the SUV craze, Mercedes’ vision of the future sticks to the brand’s roots. The EQXX concept is a 4-door coupe that has an extremely aerodynamic bodywork, uses innovative construction materials and focuses on maximizing efficiency.

#5 2022 Acura Integra Prototype

After a 22-year long absence, the new Acura Integra arrives as an original 5 door liftback targeting young sport enthusiasts as well as the nostalgic owners of past generation models.

#6 2023 Chrysler Airflow Concept

Stellantis North America, came up with a plan of an all-electric reboot for the entire model line of the Chrysler brand. The very first newcomer that should be expected by 2024, was previewed by the nearly production ready Airflow concept.

#7 2023 Genesis G90

After just 6 years on the market, the first standalone model by the Korean luxury marque is getting its first comprehensive overhaul. The new generation G90 offers 2 wheelbase lengths, while its exterior styling sticks to the brand’s overall design direction with an evolved version of the Crest grille and new ultra-thin dual-line headlamps.

#8 2023 Toyota GR Lineup

As usual, Toyota reigned over the home market Tokyo Auto Salon, this year treating the public with a all-new entries to the Gazoo Racing lineup.

#9 2023 Ford Ranger

2023 Ford Ranger gets bigger and more capable in 2023. Targeting those customers who want a single solution for work and weekend outings, Ford revises the truck’s chassis, adding 2 inches to its length and width and balancing it out.

#10 2023 Range Rover

2023 Range Rover opens a 5th chapter in the history of the nameplate. As usual the model offers 2 wheelbase lengths, but this time it is finally offered as a 7-seater.

#11 Subaru STI E-RA

Subaru Technical International, more widely known as STI, launched the E-RA Challenge Project two years ago, with the aim to gain expertise in the new carbon neutral world of motorsports. This is an all-electric hypercar.

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