Vehicles That Will Be Discontinued In 2023  
 

The automotive industry is a fierce market with many players. In-car entertainment systems and features have been able to hold interest. Still, often new models are released before companies can get their older products out of inventory, creating overstock cars on the market. Quality control is another major obstacle manufacturers face as they strive for reliability and high customer satisfaction ratings.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

The Grand Cherokee has always been the odd man in Jeep's lineup. It was always a little too big, a little too soft, and a little too luxurious to fit into the brand's identity. That was never more true than with the Trackhawk version of the SUV—a luridly powerful 6.2-liter V8 that made an honest 707 horsepower and 645 pound-feet of torque. That is more than what most sports cars make in full-on race spec, but it traveled through an all-wheel drive SUV platform that could still haul people to soccer practice or look presentable at church on Sunday morning.

Audi R8

While the R8 is one of the world's finest sports cars, it is no secret that sales could have been better. Sales continue to struggle, and this car might be the final nail in its coffin. The futuristic styling and performance are compelling, but Audi has made it clear that they are moving away from mid-engine, rear-wheel drive cars—which means this car won't live much longer.

Lamborghini Aventador

The current generation Lamborghini Aventador has been a critical model for the company. The design is beautiful, and the performance is one of the best in its class. The company is making massive shifts to focus on more pedestrian vehicles, which means this car will no longer be sold by 2015.

Bugatti Veyron

The car's cost was astronomical, and few could purchase one even though they wanted it badly. The Bugatti Veyron was the last car that company founder Ettore Bugatti worked on before he passed away, and it turned out to be the final car of his life. The Veyron line will be discontinued after extensive, record-setting production.

Dodge Challenger

Since it started production in 2008, this car has brought back the classic muscle cars that people know and love. The Challenger has been a necessary car for the brand and will be missed by many.

The future of vehicles is a topic that has been discussed for years. Technological advances lead to innovations, and new technologies were thought impossible before. Cars have evolved, but now they are virtually unrecognizable from their predecessors 100 years ago. Cars will continue to grow as companies compete in this competitive industry.

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