2023 Car of the Year with a Latin Flavor” winners announced
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The editorial office of Puros Autos named its winners for “2023 Cars of the Year with a Latin Flavor.” Puros Autos is a leading automotive news website for the Hispanic population in the United States. Hispanics currently buy one out of four cars sold in the United States, with Puros Autos noting, “Just as there are tastes for color, Hispanics also have their taste in different car models.” Without further ado, here are the winners of the “2023 Cars of the Year with a Latin flavor”:
Sedan: 2023 Hyundai Elantra Hybrid
It’s a comfortable and strong sedan with its high fuel economy, impressive technology and safety features, and roomy cabin. The perfect car for the first-time buyer, and the perfect car for Hispanic families.
SUV: 2023 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
The all-new 2023 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is the world’s best-selling plug-in hybrid SUV, and it has the potential to reestablish Mitsubishi’s foothold in the U.S. Mitsubishi has a higher rate of Hispanic buyers than any other company.
Pick Up: 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning
The F-150 Lightning is an electric pickup truck for people who like trucks. It’s the most practical and job site-friendly truck. It looks both futuristic and familiar, and Hispanics love it.
Electric EV: 2023 Kia EV6 GT
Kia brings the EV6 GT to the performance enthusiast who has been waiting for the range-topping GT version. It’s also the most powerful production vehicle the company has ever produced. This vehicle is a great incentive for Hispanic enthusiasts who give consideration to the environment yet enjoy the driving experience.
Sports Car: 2023 Nissan Z
The latest Nissan Z sports car is more modern and more comfortable than the previous model, and is a huge step forward for the brand’s legendary sports car. The new Z will likely appeal to a wider audience, and the Hispanic are among them.
The winners of the “2023 Cars of the Year with a Latin Flavor” were selected by automotive journalist Enrique Kogan and dozens of Hispanic journalists in the U.S