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Toyota, Lexus and Mercedes dominate this week’s new car news

New cars of the 2023 model are appearing with tremendous momentum. This week, Toyota launched the refreshed Corolla, the new Corolla Cross Hybrid, and the redesigned 2023 Lexus RX. Mercedes has been busy showing off its breadth of lineup with its 2023 GLC class luxury crossover and the latest electric EQ model, the 2023 EQS 3-row SUV.

Like the F & F franchise, there’s always more. Here are our top news, reviews and previews.

2023 Mercedes Benz EQS SUV Preview

A utility vehicle that exceeds all-electric range, the 2023 EQS SUV features a hyperscreen, all-wheel drive, and third-row seats.

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2023 Mercedes Benz GLC-Class Preview

The new looking shape and turbo 4 drivetrain power the new Mercedes-Benz medium-sized crossover launched in early 2023.

2023 Toyota GR Corolla Morisot Edition

2023 Toyota GR Corolla Morisot Edition

2023 Toyota Corolla Preview

The refreshed compact sedan and hatchback use a more powerful gas engine, and Toyota expands the hybrid to three grades with an optional all-wheel drive.

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2023 Toyota Corolla Cross Preview

With its new hybrid drivetrain, the Corolla Cross promises to improve both its economy and its acceleration.

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2023 Lexus RX Preview

Lexus has reinvented a medium-sized SUV with an eye on the future of electricity.

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2023 Kia Telluride Preview

Kia Telluride is a cycle of X-Line and X-Pro trim lines that add the latest technology, a more sophisticated driver assist system, new lighting and front and rear ends, different wheel designs, and standard all-wheel drive. It will be updated on the way. And higher ground clearance.

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2022 GMC Hummer EV Review

The Hummer EV is a fully electric off-road performance truck. It has a range of over 300 miles and a TCC rating of 7.6 out of 10 in addition to a spinning heritage design combined with futuristic “moonshot” details.

2023 BMW X1: Standard AWD offsets small price increases for small crossovers

Other markets also offer the electric X1 made in the same factory as the gas X1, but it has not been announced in the United States Toyota, Lexus and Mercedes dominate this week’s new car news

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