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See inside 7 luxurious electric cars coming in 2023, from a $400,000 Rolls-Royce to the 200-mph Lucid Air Sapphire

The Lucid Air Sapphire.Tons of awe-inspiring, luxurious electric cars are on the way for 2023, including the $250,000 Lucid Air Sapphire.

Lucid Motors

  • All sorts of new electric cars are on the way from startups and established brands. 
  • 2023 will see a flood of luxury options from brands like Lexus, Lucid Motors, and Rolls-Royce. 
  • These expensive EVs offer lots of range, opulent features, and incredible performance. 
Car companies are doubling down on electric vehicles. That means buyers can expect dozens more models of all kinds in the near future.The Tesla Cybertruck.The Tesla Cybertruck.

Tesla

While 2023 will bring some new mainstream options, it’ll also bring a whole host of exciting — and expensive — battery-powered rides.EMBARGO 10/17 9PM ET DNP: The Cadillac Celestiq.The Cadillac Celestiq.

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Rolls-Royce, the pinnacle of automotive opulence, plans to roll out its very first EV.EMBARGO 10/18 8 AM ET DNP: The Rolls-Royce Spectre.The Rolls-Royce Spectre.

Rolls-Royce

The two-door Spectre will cost around $400,000EMBARGO 10/18 8 AM ET DNP: The Rolls-Royce Spectre.The Rolls-Royce Spectre.

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It has the stately presence of other Rolls-Royces, but adds slim LED lights and a new, aerodynamic Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament that reduces drag.EMBARGO 10/18 8 AM ET DNP: The Rolls-Royce Spectre.The Rolls-Royce Spectre.

Rolls-Royce

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And it has the elegant interior you’d expect from a car that costs deep six figures.EMBARGO 10/18 8 AM ET DNP: The Rolls-Royce Spectre.The Rolls-Royce Spectre.

Rolls-Royce

It’ll offer the option to add thousands of little stars to both the headliner and doors.EMBARGO 10/18 8 AM ET DNP: The Rolls-Royce Spectre.The Rolls-Royce Spectre.

Rolls-Royce

The Spectre will have a so-so range of around 260 miles, the company says. But that shouldn’t matter much, as most people aren’t road tripping in their Rolls-Royces.EMBARGO 10/18 8 AM ET DNP: The Rolls-Royce Spectre.The Rolls-Royce Spectre.

Rolls-Royce

But Rolls-Royce won’t have ultra-wealthy buyers all to itself. Cadillac is readying a $300,000 EV of its own.EMBARGO 10/17 9PM ET DNP: The Cadillac Celestiq.The Cadillac Celestiq.

Cadillac

Caddy will start hand-building the Celestiq to customer specifications toward the end of 2023.EMBARGO 10/17 9PM ET DNP: The Cadillac Celestiq.The Cadillac Celestiq.

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It offers stretched-out, dramatic styling that’s unlike any other car on the road.EMBARGO 10/17 9PM ET DNP: The Cadillac Celestiq.The Cadillac Celestiq.

Cadillac

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Its interior is packed with five screens, including a 55-inch display spanning the dashboard and a slanted “command center” for the climate settings.EMBARGO 10/17 9PM ET DNP: The Cadillac Celestiq.The Cadillac Celestiq.

Cadillac

When it comes to performance, the ultra-luxe EV boasts around 300 miles of range, 600 horsepower, and 640 pound-feet of torque.EMBARGO 10/17 9PM ET DNP: The Cadillac Celestiq.The Cadillac Celestiq.

Cadillac

It’ll hit 60 mph in 3.8 seconds, Cadillac says.EMBARGO 10/17 9PM ET DNP: The Cadillac Celestiq.The Cadillac Celestiq.

Cadillac

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EV startup Lucid Motors will soon unleash its most expensive and quickest car to date: the Air Sapphire.The Lucid Air Sapphire.The Lucid Air Sapphire.

Lucid Motors

It’s an extra-high-performance take on the company’s already bonkers Air sedan.The Lucid Air Sapphire.The Lucid Air Sapphire.

Lucid Motors

The Air Sapphire will have three motors (as compared to the current model’s two) and will churn out an estimated 1,200 horsepower.The Lucid Air Sapphire.The Lucid Air Sapphire.

Lucid

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Lucid says that makes the car the most powerful sedan in the world.The Lucid Air Sapphire.The Lucid Air Sapphire.

Lucid Motors

It’ll rocket to 60 mph in less than two seconds and hit 100 mph in under four. Lucid quotes a top speed of more than 200 mph.The Lucid Air Sapphire.The Lucid Air Sapphire.

Lucid Motors

The thrills won’t come cheap, however. The Air Sapphire will run you $249,000 to start.The Lucid Air Sapphire.The Lucid Air Sapphire.

Lucid Motors

That brings us to some of the more attainable luxury EVs coming soon, like the Polestar 3.The Polestar 3.The Polestar 3.

Polestar

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It’s the third model and first SUV from Polestar, Volvo’s electric subsidiary.The Polestar 3.The Polestar 3.

Polestar

It delivers a clean, modern look, complete with Polestar’s signature sharp edges.The Polestar 3.The Polestar 3.

Polestar

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It features a sleek interior and a big touchscreen running Google’s stunning and easy-to-use operating system.The Polestar 3.The Polestar 3.

Polestar

Other cool tech includes the option for LiDAR sensors, which create a 3D map of a car’s surroundings and help with automated driving features. They’re extremely rare in the car market today.The Polestar 3.The Polestar 3.

Polestar

It’ll start at $83,900.The Polestar 3.The Polestar 3.

Polestar

Mercedes is releasing a new electric family-hauler of its own: the EQE SUV.The Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV.The Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV.

Mercedes-Benz

It takes direct aim at Tesla’s popular Model Y with legendary German build quality and the comfortable ride that Mercedes is known for.The Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV.The Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV.

Mercedes-Benz

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Mercedes says the SUV is good for more than 300 miles. A souped-up AMG version promises a whopping 677 horsepower.The Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV.The Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV.

Mercedes-Benz

And it offers exciting options like rear-wheel steering (for maneuvering in tight spaces) and a ginormous wall-to-wall screen.The Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV.The Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV.

Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes already has a handful of electric rides on offer. Lexus is about to launch its first.The Lexus RZ 450e.The Lexus RZ 450e.

Lexus

The bold-looking RZ 450e SUV arrives at US dealerships in early 2023.The Lexus RZ 450e.The Lexus RZ 450e.

Lexus

The RZ 450e comes standard with all-wheel drive from two electric motors.The Lexus RZ 450e.The Lexus RZ 450e.

Lexus

Plus, a panoramic sunroof and a lots of driver-assistance features will be standard equipment.The Lexus RZ 450e.The Lexus RZ 450e.

Lexus

Range comes in at a somewhat disappointing 220 miles, as estimated by Lexus. Pricing hasn’t been announced yet.The Lexus RZ 450e.The Lexus RZ 450e.

Lexus

Lexus will face competition from Genesis, Hyundai’s premium brand, which is preparing to deliver the Electrified GV70.The Genesis Electrified GV70.The Genesis Electrified GV70.

Genesis

Just like Hyundai’s other EVs, it’ll get super-fast charging capability. It’ll be able to recharge from 10%-80% in just 18 minutes using a 350-kilowatt charging station, Genesis says.The Genesis Electrified GV70.The Genesis Electrified GV70.

Genesis

Plus, it’ll offer a luxurious, leather-filled interior and up to 483 horsepower.The Genesis Electrified GV70.The Genesis Electrified GV70.

Genesis

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