Exciting new changes are in store for the 2023 model year Hyundai lineup. While some vehicles will be newly enhanced, others will sadly be discontinued. Hyundai will also introduce an exciting new vehicle in the newly-announced IONIQ sub-brand: the 2023 IONIQ 6. Hyundai drivers should get excited—there’s so much to look forward to in Hyundai’s future. Check out the 2023 Hyundai lineup now at Rosen Auto Group!
Vehicles Getting Upgrades In 2023
Get ready for bold, wonderful adventures. The 2023 Hyundai Palisade will receive product enhancements for the next model year. Hyundai outfitted the rugged and refined 2023 Palisade to take you there and treat you right. With spacious seating for up to 8, the 2023 Hyundai Palisade interior has more intuitive tech, more innovative safety features, and a first-class sophistication that wows. Get ready to make big plans with family or take your grandest journeys with friends. It’s all here for you with 2023 Palisade.
Welcoming The All-New IONIQ 6 To The Hyundai Family
A new form of electricity is coming in 2023. It all began with the hugely successful IONIQ 5. Now the evolution of the IONIQ family continues with Hyundai’s streamlined newcomer, the IONIQ 6. Inside the sleek coupe-like silhouette, you’ll find Hyundai’s most cutting-edge technology and safety innovations. And it’s capable of ultra-fast charging, thanks to Hyundai’s Electric Global Modular Platform (e-GMP) created exclusively for the IONIQ family. With the IONIQ 6, the future has never looked so good.
Models Carrying Over In 2023
Some Hyundai vehicles are just so good that Hyundai will be carrying over current models for the 2023 model year. Vehicles that will have a 2023 carry-over model include the 2023 Hyundai Santa Fe (ICE, HEV, PHEV), 2023 Hyundai Tucson (ICE, HEV, PHEV), 2023 Kona (ICE, EV), 2023 Santa Cruz, 2023 Venue, 2023 NEXO Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle, 2023 IONIQ 5, 2023 Hyundai Elantra (ICE, HEV), 2023 Elantra N, 2023 Sonata (ICE, HEV), and 2023 Sonata N Line.
Vehicles To Be Discontinued
The IONIQ HEV and PHE will be discontinued due to a significantly expanded electrified lineup with the Elantra HEV, Sonata HEV, IONIQ 5, Kona Electric, the 2023 Tucson Plug-in Hybrid, Santa Fe HEV & PHEV and NEXO. The Accent will be discontinued due to an expanded SUV lineup that includes Venue. Venue now serves as the entry-level model for the Hyundai brand. Sedans remain an important part of the lineup and Hyundai continues to offer Elantra and Sonata. Finally, the Veloster N will be discontinued due to new N Brand model expansion of Elantra N and Kona N.
The Rosen Difference
Looking for the vehicle of your dreams? We’ve got you covered at Rosen Auto Group! Our goal when you visit our new Hyundai dealership is to provide you with a superior experience satisfying your needs. Experience the Rosen difference when you shop or service with us! So shop our top 2023 models in store or reserve online today!