All-New Hyundai 2023 Lineup Preview Available in Fort Worth, TX

May 6th, 2022 by


Are you at the edge of your seat waiting to hear more about what Hyundai has in store for next year? Well, sit back and get comfortable, because our car experts have all the latest intel on what’s coming for Hyundai’s 2023 models. Here’s a little guide that we’ve put together to answer all your burning questions about the 2023 lineup for Hyundai vehicles.


In 2022, the Hyundai Tuscon underwent major renovations, including getting an athletic exterior, a steering wheel with four horizontal spokes, a high-tech infotainment touch screen, and a powerful 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 187 horsepower and 178 pound-feet of torque. Based on the details we have so far, we expect that most of these features will remain the same for the 2023 Tucson.

One change we might see is the addition of a trim level called N, which is a trim that Hyundai has manufactured for several of its models over the last few years. Hyundai’s N trims possess a great reputation for their ability to navigate extremely tight corners and unconventional terrains.

Santa Fe

Over the past few years, the Hyundai Santa Fe has received several makeovers, including when Hyundai transformed it into a large seven-seater and then discontinued that model. The 2023 Santa Fe model will likely be a five-seater and continue the stylish changes made to this model in 2021, such as the roomy two-row interior and the statement-making front grille.

It’s possible that some of the rugged athleticism of the 2022 trim level XRT will be available on a wide range of the 2023 Santa Fe trims. These 2023 features may include bold roof rails, stylish black alloy wheels, and sophisticated exterior black cladding.


Based on exclusive photos from the European Hyundai market, we anticipate the Kona is about to undergo a few massive facelifts. The 2023 Hyundai Kona sports sleek curves and angles, with its elongated front end and reshaped signature running lights. Inside, you’ll enjoy both beauty and function with the redesigned dashboard layout and expanded infotainment touch screen. Plus, everyone can get more comfortable thanks to features like expanded legroom and heated passenger seats.

The Kona is another model that’s getting the new N trim line, too. The N Kona is longer than other models in its class and proudly features fashionable wheels, body-color trim, and a redesigned front grille. You can purchase the N in five new dynamic colors: Surfy Blue, Ignite Flame, Dive in Jeju, Cyber Grey, and Misty Jungle. The 2023 Kona can also give you greater peace of mind with its advanced Smart Cruise Control that features a stop-and-go function, along with an enhanced version of Hyundai’s Blind-Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist.


Recent photos suggest that the 2023 Hyundai Palisade is undergoing a transformation for the upcoming year. The new front fascia makes a statement wherever it goes, with its solid lines and dynamic contouring. The upper daytime running lights sit closer to the front grille, and parts of that front grille might illuminate the way they do on other Hyundai models. Additionally, the 8-inch infotainment screen might expand to 10.3 inches to make it easier than ever to access your music, GPS features, and more.

When it comes to what’s under the hood, the Palisade is expected to have the same robust 3.8-liter V-6 engine with 291 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. However, 2023 may also witness the release of a hybrid or fully electric version of the Hyundai Palisade.


While we don’t yet know much about what the 2023 Genesis looks like, the trim level G90 is receiving a striking new makeover. On the outside, you’ll discover exciting features like sharper body lines, bold wheel designs, and redesigned light signatures on both the front and back of the SUV. Inside, luxury and comfort abound, thanks to the rear seats with massage features, footrests, and even UV lights that can kill germs lurking on your phone’s screen.

Although the new year’s G90 will still have the powerful twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 engine, Hyundai is also expected to release either a hybrid or fully electric version. The new G90 possesses greatly enhanced responsiveness, thanks to features like the multichamber adjustable air suspension that can automatically raise the front wheels when you’re traveling downhill. We’re also impressed by the new rear-wheel steering that can turn up to 4 degrees in counter-phase or 2 degrees in-phase, both of which can optimize how well your car maneuvers at low speeds.

Ioniq 5

Based on the renovations to its European counterpart, we expect the U.S. version of this all-electric car to get some serious updates for the new year. The battery capacity has expanded from 58 kWh to an astonishing 77.4 kWh. Plus, the battery now has thermal preconditioning ahead of fast charging, which can help your battery self-regulate more efficiently in both extremely cold and hot temperatures. Further enhancing the Ioniq 5’s new capabilities are the Smart Frequency Dampers, which can optimize the responsiveness of the rear axle suspension.


Fans of Hyundai’s innovative fuel cell cars — get ready. The 2023 Nexo is expected to host the third generation of Hyundai’s dynamic and powerful fuel cell technology. This new system is 30% smaller than the previous generation, which makes its vehicles run more efficiently. Experts suggest that the 2023 Nexo may have a range of close to 500 miles.


Finally, let’s have a look at the dynamic changes coming to the 2023 Accent. The car will sport a more stylish body, including a wider front grille that boasts striking split headlights. The front and rear ends have also been gently elongated, with curves that show off the new headlights and taillights. This latest version of the Hyundai Accent will likely feature a 1.5-liter gasoline or diesel engine with hybrid options.

These exciting new Hyundai models will soon be available for you to admire, test-drive, or even purchase right here at Hiley Hyundai of Fort Worth. Did we miss an up-and-coming 2023 model from Hyundai that you’re psyched about? If so, please let us know. In the meantime, feel free to browse our excellent 2022 lineup of Hyundai models.