2023 New Car Calendar: All the new cars coming to Australia

Take a look at our list of what is expected to launch in Australia in 2023 – plus those we might not see locally just yet

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New cars coming to Australia

This is your definitive list of all the new cars expected to arrive in 2023.

With the turmoil of 2022 – semiconductor chip shortages, high fuel prices, supply issues and rising costs – now for the most part behind us, attention has turned to the latest vehicles set to launch in Australia.

Last year was a big year in Australia, with brand-new metal – be it all-electric, petrol, diesel or hybrid – finally making an appearance in the local market.

The highlights included the all-new Ford Ranger, two new electric SUVs – the Tesla Model Y and BYD Atto 3 – that have stormed up the sales charts, and the Chevrolet Corvette sports car.

However, the issues above will still remain an issue in 2023, with many vehicle launches still delayed in Australia, while we're set to witness a significant increase in the number of electrified vehicles sold locally.

Keeping this in mind, if you are struggling to keep on top of all the vehicles touching down in Australia, and when, our 2023 New Car Calendar has got you covered. We aim to keep this list updated on a regular basis.

NOTE: A quarter refers to a three-month period of the year (i.e. January to March).

2023 New Car Calendar

UPDATED: July 2023


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New Cars First Quarter


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New Cars Second Quarter

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New Cars Third Quarter

Still to come

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New Cars Fourth Quarter

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New Cars Second Half

While these vehicles have been confirmed for a local launch by the end of 2023, an exact timeframe has yet to be locked in.

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New cars arriving beyond 2023

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Off-limits for Australia

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Ford Bronco

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Which car are you looking forward to the most? Let us know in the comments below!


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