The world is changing so fast, so are the plans of manufacturers who are always quick to innovate to create the latest innovation cars.
When we enter 2022 we will see a lot of cars with what we expect with a lot of variety.
In 2022 there will be so many cars with electric power because more and more people are interested in environmentally friendly cars, therefore the development of battery technology is so fast.
Here below is the list of upcoming cars in 2022
1. Alfa Romeo Tonale
The Alfa Romeo Tonale will be released next year as part of the brand’s new product assault, which will also include a small SUV. The Tonale is the Stelvio’s smaller sister, competing against the Audi Q3 and BMW X1, and our spy photo suggests it will take on the Stelvio’s form.
Alfa has always been known for its good looks, but the Tonale is also anticipated to be powered by a variety of engines, including a plug-in hybrid option.
It’s believed to be based on the same architecture as Jeep’s Renegade, but modified for a more engaging drive rather than off-road capability. This is assuming that plans from the 2019 Geneva concept car haven’t changed significantly under the new Stellantis moniker.
2. Aston Martin Vanquish Concept
The Vanquish Vision concept presented at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show gives a sense of how Aston Martin plans to compete with the Ferrari F8 Tributo and McLaren 720S supercars.
It disclosed that Aston Martin was working on a new mid-engined car, and we were told at the show that the project was roughly 85% complete, implying that the new model should be displayed soon. It will have an aluminum body and a V8 engine that should give the kind of performance that a mid-engined supercar should. In terms of design, it shares a lot of similarities with Aston Martin’s Valkyrie hypercar, which is another mid-engined type.
3. Aston Martin DBX Coupé
Tobias Moers, the new CEO of Aston Martin, recently laid out a strategy for the company that includes a new coupé version of the DBX SUV, possibly with plug-in hybrid propulsion, as well as a long-wheelbase model.
We don’t know much about the DBX Coupé right now, but it’s following a very normal industry trend: look to the Porsche Cayenne and Cayenne Coupé to get a sense of how it’ll appear. The interior and driving experience are likely to be comparable, although the body is significantly more attractive and the boot is structured differently.
Customers who seek a more sporty-looking vehicle are likely to be interested in it, however
Still require the utility of an SUV. Longer-wheelbase versions are more popular in China because they provide additional rear legroom.
4. BMW iX1
On sale: 2022
The BMW X1 will be updated shortly, and as part of that, BMW will offer an electric iX1 model to compete with the Mercedes EQA and Volvo XC40 P8 Recharge.
The electric version of the X1 will likely appear fairly similar to the ordinary versions, but with the inclusion of some crucial electric-car characteristics, such as a blanked-off grille, as with other I variations. The iX1 could borrow technology from the iX3, with a top speed of 282 horsepower and a range of over 200 miles.
A full charge in the iX3 takes roughly seven and a half hours using a home wallbox, which is likely to be similar in the smaller model, while a 150kW rapid charge to 80% capacity takes around half an hour.
5. Audi Q6 e-tron
(est) On sale: 2022
Audi is releasing a new all-electric SUV named the Q6 e-tron. It was spotted in testing and appears to share style cues from the brand’s e-tron GT, as well as design features from the Q4 e-tron. The new Premium Platform Electric (PPE) architecture from the Volkswagen Group will be used.
It should be able to provide 350kW charging and a range of more than 300 miles on a single charge thanks to this platform. It’ll also be highly powerful, with early variants expected to have roughly 470bhp and later RS models with more than 600bhp and four-wheel drive.
Audi plans to deliver more than 20 electric cars by 2025, with the Q6 e-tron being one of the most important new models aimed at premium SUV shoppers.
6. BMW M3 Touring
On sale: 2022
BMW devotees have been wishing for an M3 Touring for decades, and soon it will be realized. The popular performance car’s estate variant will feature the same engineering as the saloon, but in a more practical bodystyle.
The car will have the same big kidney grille as the M3 saloon and the M4, according to spy shots. Behind this will be a 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged six-cylinder petrol engine with 503bhp and 600Nm of torque, as well as a four-wheel-drive system that may be selected.
The Touring will have a slightly wider track than the saloon and enhanced suspension to enable for a higher cargo capacity. It is anticipated to arrive in 2022.
7. BMW M2
Price: £60,000 (est)
On sale: 2022
The new BMW 2 Series Coupé will almost certainly be followed by a high-performance M2 model next year.
With a 3.0-litre straight-six petrol engine delivering roughly 400bhp, the new M2 will provide rear-wheel-drive thrills. The engine will almost certainly be a detuned version of the one seen in the latest M3 and M4 vehicles. It will compete with the latest Audi RS 3 and Mercedes-AMG 45 S hypercars, but its unique selling point for discerning drivers will be the availability of rear-wheel drive and a manual transmission. Buyers who prefer to leave the shifting to the automobile will be relieved to learn that an automated model will be offered as well. According to spy images, BMW will not be using