There's nothing which can truly upscale a low resolution raster image, and add real details that are not in the original. It's really not possible. Garbage in = garbage out. You can often resample images in Photoshop (or similar software) say 2 or 3 times, and get away with it, maybe apply some sharpening, but it's never going to look like a true high resolution image.
However with some AI software you can add details, but you have to remember that AI image enhancement essentially invents the detail, often by employing a database of sample images. So, what you get is not a real image. Adobe's software doesn't have anything like this except for the neural filters in Photoshop for portrait enhancement - but it only works with faces currently. Perhaps they will improve on it, given time.
A quick google and I found Image Upscaler - I have no affiliation with this site or its developers. You can use it for free for few images, but there are paid plans. There are several websites that offer something similar.
You really need to start with the non zoomed image (not a pixelated one). Something like this
Run it through the online upscaler
Here's the result. It's certainly not perfect, a few wonky cars, but not too bad either considering the level of enlargement. It has done a splendid job on the trees and bushes. It seems to be recognizing the cars as some kind of solid object (not necessarily as an actual car unfortunately). However it does kind of demonstrate the limitations of AI enhancement currently available. Who knows what the future might hold!
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