You know the drill. New month, new vehicles. We have more electric vehicle announcements, redesigned models from decades ago and a sprinkle of luxury. Let’s walk through the March 2021 New Cars on the Block.
2021 Acura TLX Type S
Guess what’s back, back again? That’s right! It’s the Acura Type S performance brand that we haven’t seen in over a decade. The 2021 Acura TLX Type S arrives in showrooms in May, aka that’s when you can request one via www.onerequest.com. This will be the most powerful Type S yet. Drivers can purchase one from six different exterior colors and three interior options, which include the new Type S-exclusive Tiger Eye Pearl paint and Orchid leather.
2022 BMW ALPINA B8 Gran Coupé
This bad boy arrives in the U.S. in late Spring 2021. The 2022 BMW ALPINA B8 Gran Coupé comes after the success of the BMW ALPINA B7 sedan and the XB7 Sports Activity vehicle. The ALPINA B8 Gran Coupé has an MSRP of $139,900. Just looking at pictures, we see how luxurious this vehicle is. It comes backed with 612 hp and can accelerate from 0-60 in 3.3 seconds. Drivers can switch between COMFORT and SPORT mode, which influences the sound of the exhaust system. The ALPINA B8 Gran Coupé was designed to be aerodynamic and look and feel exclusive. Drivers can pick from a wide variety of exterior colors, but the APLINA Green Metallic and Blue Metallic are exclusively reserved for BMW APLINA models. Looking for some luxury in your life? Check out OneRequest Concierge.
2022 Kia EV6
That’s right – Kia is breaking into the electric vehicle space, too. Meet the 2022 Kia EV6. This is Kia’s first BEV (battery electric vehicle). Kia shared in a press release that the company took inspiration from the contrasts of nature and humanity to design to the EV6. This BEV features high-tech details on both the interior and exterior. The exterior has purposeful headlights to mimic a “Digital Tiger Face” to compliment Kia’s “Tiger Nose Grille.” The interior is spacious and seconds the modern, sleek exterior. There’s a high-definition navigation screen in the front and the seats are slim and made of recycled plastics. Kia’s three design studios in Korea, Germany and the United States collaborated to create the final EV6 design. Do you think the 2022 Kia EV6 can compete with other popular EVs on the market?
2023 Canoo Pickup
This all-electric, all-American vehicle is unique, to say the least. Canoo is one of the newer companies vying for a spot in the electric vehicle space. It has already released a lifestyle vehicle and a multi-purpose delivery vehicle. This cute little pickup truck is the company’s latest endeavor. But don’t be fooled: the 2023 Canoo Pickup truck is designed to compete with the toughest trucks on the market, while providing more productivity. There are a few key features that help the round pickup truck stand out against competition. The exterior comes with a pull-out truck bed extension, a fold down worktable and cargo storage, flip-down side tables, side steps, space dividers for the truck bed allowing for maximum storage and usability. The interior features multi-accessory charge ports with power that lasts all day and impacts no more than 10% of the vehicles range and integrated overhead lighting for extra visibility. Enjoy the outdoors? You can even add a roof rack or a camper shell. Pre-orders open later in 2021 for earliest delivery of 2023.
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