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As Featured in Luxury Guide – Luxury Motors: Cars

As Featured in Luxury Guide – Luxury Motors: Cars

Whether you prefer your rush on the road or in the water, 2023 brings some new beauties to market that will get your adrenaline pumping. From sleek, sculpted lines of sports cars to the refined lines of the vessels that will explore the deep blue oceans, you’ll be sure to add one of these luxury motors to your bucket list!

Rolls-Royce’s first EV, Spectre is the epitome of luxury. Though similar in form to Wraith, Spectre is built on a different chassis and has an entirely different powertrain. The signature Starlight roof carries over to the dash and door panels. Endless customization choices will ensure each Spectre is unique.
Engine: Dual electric motors
Top Speed:155
Starting Price:$413,500

 | 296 GTB
An evolution of Ferrari’s mid-rear-engine two-seater sports Berlinetta concept, the 296 GTBintroduces its new 120-degree twin-turbo V-6 engine coupled with a plug-in (PHEV)electric motor capable of delivering up to 819horsepower.
Engine: Twin-turbo V-6 + electric motor
Top Speed:205 mph
Starting Price:$322,986

Chevy’s highest performance C8 delivers exotic supercar performance at a relative bargain price. The available Z07 package and carbon-fiber wheels elevate the Z06 even further. Getting from 0-60 mph takes only 2.6 seconds, with the standing quarter-mile in 10.7 seconds.
Engine: V-8
Top Speed:195 mph
Starting Price:$105,300

 | Artura
Artura, McLaren’s newest supercar, and first V-6 plug-in hybrid, provides a glimpse into the brand’s future. It offers true drivability with convenience features like 360-degree surround view, soft-close doors, and Apple CarPlay. Expect 0-60 mph in under 3 seconds.
Engine: Twin-turbo V-6 + electric motor
Horsepower:671 (577 hp V6, 94 hp electric motor)
Top Speed:205 mph
Starting Price:$233,000

CADILLAC | Celestiq
Due in 2024, Celestiq is a limited-production,custom-ordered, handcrafted EV sedan. Features include a 55-inch digital dashboard and a 38-speaker AKG Studio Referencestereo system with three amplifiers and 3D surround sound. Four bucket seats mean each occupant enjoys their own environment.
Engine: Dual electric motors
Horsepower:600 (estimated)
Top Speed: N/A
Starting Price:$300,000+ (estimated)

POLESTAR | Polestar 3
Polestar 3 is the brand’s first electric crossover; expect it to borrow elements from the Polestar 2sedan, including both single- and dual-motor layouts. Scandinavian minimalism provides a clean, modern design inside and out.
Engine: Dual electric motors
Horsepower:489 (long range), 517 (performance trim)
Top Speed:130 mph
Starting Price:$83,900

BMW | 7 Series
For 2023, BMW completely redesigned its flagship 7Series. Available in three configurations (V-6, V-8 or fully electric), the 7 series blends ultra-high-tech features and a luxurious interior with multiple large screens, an available 31-inch rear screen, crystal controls, and hands-free driving assistance.
Engine: Twin-turbo V-6 (740i), twin-turbo V-8 (760i)(both with 48v mild-hybrid systems); dual electric motors (i7)
Horsepower:375 (740i), 536 (760i), 536 (i7)
Top Speed:49 mph
Starting Price:$93,000 (740i), $113,600 (760i), $119,300 (i7)

The all-new AMG EQE sedan combines E-Classsophistication with electric intelligence and AMG performance. Dual electric motors provide instant acceleration, while the AWD,rear-axle steering, and AMG Ride Control+ with adaptive adjustable damping add to the driver’s experience. Futuristic exterior styling and signature Mercedes-Benz luxury features abound.
Engine: Dual electric motors
Horsepower:617 (677 with AMG Dynamic Plus)
Top Speed:137 mph (149 mph with AMG Dynamic Plus)
Starting Price:$107,895

Arriving April 2023, the XM is a high-performance two-row, five-seat SUV and BMW’s first plug-in hybrid M vehicle. Slotting above the three-row X7 in BMW’s SUV lineup, the new XM has serious sporting intentions. Larger than the X5 but smaller than the X7, the XM abounds with luxury, leather upholstery, huge 23-inch wheels, a cool curved infotainment display, and a host of driver-assistance features.
Engine: Twin-turbo V-8 + electric motor
Top Speed:155 mph
Starting Price:$159,000

MASERATI | Granturismo
Out of production since 2019, the long-awaited GranTurismo redesign hits the road in 2023 as a 2024 model. It’s available in three trims: Modena, Trofeo, and Folgore. Modena and Trofeo are gas-powered, while Folgore is a three-motor EV.
Engine: Twin-turbo V-6 or three electric motors
Horsepower:483 (Modena), 542 (Trofeo), 750 (Folgore)
Top Speed:188 mph (Modena), 199 mph (Trofeo), 200+ mph (Folgore)
Starting Price:$190,000 (estimated)

Tonale brings Italian craftsmanship into the world of premium compact SUVs. Power comes from a 272-horsepower plug-in-hybrid powertrain with more than 30 miles of estimated all-electric range. Upscale finishes and materials serve to enhance the interior. At the center of it, all is the brand-new 10.25-inch Multi-Touch Display, enhancing functionality with services like Amazon Alexa, Apple CarPlay support, and Android Auto.
Engine: 1.3-liter four-cylinder + electric motor
Top Speed:128 mph (estimated)
Starting Price:$38,000 (estimated)

 | Purosangue
Ferrari’s first SUV is a true Prancing Horse in every sense. But you’ll have to wait to get behind the wheel, as the first two years’ production is already sold out. Rear “suicide doors” and separate driver/passenger screens for controlling infotainment and climate add to its uniqueness.
Engine: V-12
Top Speed: 193 mph
Starting Price:$370,000 (estimated)