New models in 2023
The Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand will conduct a product initiative focused on all-electric vehicles in 2023. The ID.3 will be significantly enhanced and the ID.7 saloon will be rolled out simultaneously in Europe and China. The T-Cross and Touareg SUVs, which feature conventional drive systems, will receive technology and design updates. In China, Volkswagen will bring out a new notchback entry-level model powered by a combustion engine. The Track, a particularly attractive entry-level model from the important Polo series, will be launched in Brazil. A GTS model will round off the series at the upper end of the scale.
The Audi brand will update its top-of-the-range Q8 model. The all-electric Q8 e-tron and Q8 Sportback e-tron will be upgraded with cutting-edge technology and will have even more range.
Lamborghini will roll out the newly designed successor to the Aventador in 2023.
Porsche will present a completely new variant from its 911 family in 2023. The Cayenne series will be extensively updated.
The TRATON GROUP will drive e-mobility further, with Scania rolling out all-electric solutions for regional distribution transport in 2023.
MAN will enhance its truck range in 2023 in terms of fuel consumption, driver assistance systems and connectivity. In the bus segment, MAN is preparing for the launch of the Lion’s Chassis E on international markets.
Navistar will be the second brand of the TRATON GROUP to introduce the integrated 13-liter powertrain.
Volkswagen Truck & Bus will adjust its Delivery, Constellation and Meteor models to comply with the new emissions legislation in Brazil.
Ducati will redesign the popular Scrambler family from the ground up, launching the new generation of the Icon, Nightshift and Full Throttle models in 2023. The Multistrada V4 Rally will expand the Multistrada family and the Ducati Diavel will be available as a V4. The Monster SP, Panigale V4 R and new versions of the Streetfighter V4 will further supplement Ducati’s product range.