A sports car that can travel offroad, will fit a family and feels like a luxury limo inside, is that even an attainable combination of features? Well, yes it is, and is called a luxury sports SUV! The 2023 Alfa Romeo Tonale is one of the newest examples in this class, but the upcoming model year has a couple of more aces up its sleeve. In this episode we will cover this striking Italian crossover and other newcomers with legitimate SUV muscles!
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2023 Alfa Romeo Tonale
By 2027, Stellantis have pledged to turn Alfa Romeo into an all-electric brand, therefore, the Tonale is likely to simultaneously be their last new model with an internal combustion engine at heart and the first Alfa with a plugin hybrid drivetrain.
2023 Aston Martin DBX707
In 2022, Aston Martin plans to add new accolades to DBX’s portfolio: the fastest, most powerful and best-handling luxury SUV in the world. These will be claimed by the high-performance Aston Martin DBX 707.
2022 Bentley Bentayga S
There is nothing wrong of being a millionaire who cannot afford the Bentayga Speed, but longs for its sporty looks. In 2022 Bentley offers a sporty S version of the V8 powered SUV with enhanced driving dynamics.
2022 BMW iX M60
2022 BMW iX M60 occupies the flagship position in the family and combines the best features of the three BMW branches – M performance, X SUVs, and I electric cars.
2023 BMW XM
The name of the 2023 BMW XM signifies its development by the company’s performance branch. BMW wanted to use the XM moniker so much that it signed an agreement with Citroen, buying out the designation that was previously used by the French hatchback produced in early 90s.
2022 Cadillac Escalade V
Cadillac is going after the money previously earned by the custom workshops, since they are coming out with a stock supercharged version of the 7-seater Escalade with the V-Series moniker.