23 New Cars For 2023 CARS Amine 27 Dec , 2022 0 Here are 23 cars that will make their debut in some form in 2023: Hypercars, GTP, GT4, GT3, GT2 cars, and NASCAR! 2023: Acura ARX 06 – Race debut in IMSA’s new GTP class at Rolex 24 on January 2023: BMW M V8 Hybrid – racing debut in IMSA’s new GTP class at Rolex 24 on January 2023: BMW M4 GT4 – Customer debut at Dubai 24H. Multiple teams are set to compete in multiple championships in his 2023. 2023: Cadillac V-LMDH – Race debut in IMSA’s new GTP class on Rolex 24 in January – Compete in both IMSA and FIA WEC in 2023 2023: Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 – NASCAR returns to Le Mans for the first time since 1976 with Garage 56 entry for the 2023 24 Hours of Le Mans – widely expected to have a hybrid drivetrain. But there is a surprise in this effort! 2024: Corvette Z06 GT3 – 2024 debut scheduled for first-ever factory-produced Corvette designed for customer competition – development car already tested, expect more and could be a weird development race outing – in 2023 2023: Ferrari 296 GT3 – The successor to Ferrari’s highly successful and all-conquering 488 GTE, the GT3 makes its racing debut in the Rolex 24. 2023: Ferrari 499P – Ferrari’s first top-class sports prototype to leave the factory in 50 years – debut at Sebring 1000 Miles in March 2024: Ford Mustang GT3 – scheduled for launch at Super Sebring in 2023 and official race debut at the 2024 Rolex 24 Hours race. 2023: Ford Mustang GT4 – The GT4 version of the car, the first competition vehicle of the new generation Mustang, will enter customer sales in 2023. 2023: Isotta Fraschini Tipo C – Italian team looking to join the FIA WEC from Spa in 2023 under LMH rules 2023: Lamborghini Huracán EVO 2 – the latest evolution of the successful Huracán platform – new car sold out in 2023 – debuted in the hands of customers at the 24 Hours of Rolex 2024: Lamborghini LMDH – Slated for a competitive debut in both the FIA WEC and IMSA Enduro in 2024, the Ligier-based Lamborghini should see testing in the second half of 2023. 2023: Lotus Emira GT4 – Missing information from Lotus on the progress of the program to bring the cute Emira GT4 to the races. 2023. 2023: Mercedes AMG GT2 – After hinting at a possible GT2 involvement with a limited edition ‘Track Edition’, Mercedes AMG has confirmed a GT2 version of the AMG GT model – deliveries to customers will begin in 2023. increase. 2023: Maserati MC20 GT2 – The GT2 version of the Maserati MC20 supercar is scheduled for first customer deliveries in 2023 and is part of Maserati’s revival strategy by motorsport. 2023: McLaren Artura GT4 – Successor to the massively sold 570S GT4, the new Artura is configured to run in both GT4 and ‘Trophy’ trim. The latter will be thrown into a new one-make series set to support the SRO series. 2023. GT4 will be active in the British GT Championship and his GT4 European Series. 2023: Nissan Z GT4 – Nissan is an early adopter of the GT4 and is set to return to contention with the first deliveries of the Z GT4 in 2023. The Z GT4 will follow suit in 2022 after the development car appears at a Japanese domestic event. It is a certified rscer. 2023: Porsche 911 GT3 R (992) – major upgrade to Porsche’s GT3 platform, 61 units sold in first year, customer debut at Rolex 24 Hours 2023: Porsche 963 – racing debut in IMSA’s new GTP class at Rolex 24 in January – competing in both IMSA and FIA WEC in 2023 2023: Toyota Supra GT4 EVO – Available new on the 223 or as an upgrade kit, the Evo version of the Supra is set to debut at Daytona in the 2023 Michelin Pilot Challenge. 2023: Vanwall LMH – The Vanwall teams are eager to see if the FIA WEC selection committee is convinced they are eligible to compete in the 2023 World Championships. a: have a legitimate interest in the vanwall name b- they are a road car manufacturer 2024: Alpine LMH – Alpine LMDH will be tested by summer 2023 for the 2024 FIA WEC on the Oreca chassis.