This model year, German automotive industry once again proves its superiority in the premium SUV segment. Today, we will review several latest models from Porsche, Audi, Mercedes, BMW and Brabus that have already been introduced for 2023.
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#1 2023 Porsche Macan T
Today, the title of the major money-maker for the brand belongs not the iconic 911 with a flat six engine, but rather to a crossover with a 4-cylinder. The new Porsche Macan T becomes the first 4-door model to get the T moniker, which was previously reserved exclusively for the 718 and 911 models.
#2 2022 BMW X7
The first redesign of the BMW X7 becomes as controversial as its original. The narrowed headlights and ever bigger nostrils continue to shoch the purists of the German brand, though its 7-seater practicality and list of luxury features becomes even broader.
#3 2023 Mercedes EQS SUV
After the EVA2 electric platform has underpinned two Mercedes sedans, it’s now being used for the flagship 7-seater SUV. In-line with the other EQ models, the EQS gets an aerodynamically optimized body with 202 inches length.
#4 2023 Audi Urban Sphere
2023 Audi Urban Sphere is the brand’s latest premium EV concept that builds on the PPE platform and offers buyers sporty looks, plenty of power, and lounge-like interior design.
#5 2022 Brabus 900 Maybach GLS
2022 Brabus 900 Maybach GLS comes fitted with carbon fiber exterior elements, new wheels and a boosted 4.5L TwinTurbo V8 that now peaks at 900 horsepower.
#6 2022 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT
2022 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT is a flagship performer of the Cayenne family that can get to 62 in 3.3 seconds and can speed to 186 mph.
#7 2023 Mercedes AMG G63 Edition 55
The groundwork for the AMG performance brand was laid in 1967, when two German engineer established the company to create racing engines. This year, Mercedes celebrates the 55th anniversary of the event with a 55-unit limited Mercedes AMG G63 Edition 55.