This week on the blog we’re looking at several Electric vehicles coming in 2023, and how they will benefit drivers on the Sunshine Coast.
Electric Cars are all the rage in Australia, as we mentioned on our last blog the total number of Electric Vehicles has risen in Australia to over 66,000 and climbing, and now we’re seeing companies bringing Hybrid and Electric models to the country in droves.
Let’s look at three of the new Electric Vehicles coming to Australia in 2023.
First on our list today is Subaru’s first mass-marketed electric vehicle, the Solterra, which was confirmed back in May to be making its appearance on our shores in 2023. Featuring Subaru classics such as all-wheel drive, active safety technology, and reliable Subaru engineering all in the body of an electric vehicle.
Next up, we have the all-new Kia EV9, which is set to join the growing Electric Vehicle arrivals in Australia in 2023 and 2024. Having been through final rigorous testing in August of this year, Kia’s EV9 is a modern SUV with Kia describing the vehicle as being able to withstand tracks, off-road surfaces, and even deep-water wading tests.
Speaking to website Car expert, Kia’s Australian marketing director Dean Norbiato said: “There’s a lot of coupes, sedans, and smaller cars (in Australia). This is going to be a true full-size EV for the Australian market.”
The final car on our list, but the one with the most options to choose from, the Skoda Enyaq will make its debut in Australia in the early months of 2024 but will be able to be pre-ordered in Australia from mid next year. Featuring both a wagon and coupe version, the car is described as similarly sized to the Skoda Karoq and depending on the model you are interested in has a proposed range of between 355km-520km per charge.
With key electric features such as ambient lighting options, rear USB-C compatibility, wireless phone charging, and boot hooks the Skoda Enyaq will takes it place among the most-wanted electric vehicles of 2023.
That’s just a taste of some of the many electric vehicles coming to Australia in 2023, if you’re interested in discussing electric vehicles with the Cricks team, you can contact us HERE today to learn more.