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These are the most-anticipated cars for 2022

These are the most-anticipated cars for 2022


We’ve picked out some of the cars to get excited about next year - so let’s dive in and check them out.

Exciting Cars For 2022

It’s fair to say that, despite its many failings, 2021 has been a good year for new cars. After the whitewash that was 2020, manufacturers across the board have rushed model after model into the new car market. Despite continued semiconductor and wider supply issues, there has been plenty of fresh metal to check out this year.

But things look even brighter for 2022. In fact, we’ve picked out some of the cars to get excited about next year - so let’s dive in and check them out. 

Range Rover

Range Rover

The arrival of any new Range Rover is always an exciting thing, but this latest version looks set to be one of the most interesting yet. Packed with features yet retaining that classic go-anywhere ability, the new Range Rover moves the game forwards while still being respectful of the past. 

Equipped with new hybrid engines and revised design, the Range Rover is going to be the luxury SUV to beat. 

Renault Megane E-Tech Electric


Like so many other manufacturers, Renault is pushing hard when it comes to electric vehicles and its new Megane E-Tech Electric is expected to be a crucial EV for the French firm. Capable of delivering up to 292 miles of electric range, the Megane arrives with more than enough in the tank to fend off rivals. 

It’s got a spacious cabin, too, as well as plenty of the very latest technology. 

Toyota bZ4X

Toyota bZ4X

Toyota may have been the go-to choice in the hybrid segment, but it has largely steered clear from fully-electric powertrains - until now. The new bZ4X sits on a brand-new platform which is dedicated to EVs, meaning it’s spacious and has clever battery placement. 

It’ll arrive with a range of up to 280 miles, too, while delivering an all-wheel-drive version will bring added traction. 

Mercedes-Benz EQE

Mercedes EQE

Mercedes is looking to build upon its EQC, EQV, EQA, EQB and EQS with the addition of its new mid-range model - the EQE. Essentially an electric E-Class, the EQE is crucial to Merc’s success in the electric car segment. 

So far, Mercedes has only confirmed that it’ll be available with front- or all-wheel-drive - but we’re sure that it’ll arrive with a heady mix of premium technology and high-quality materials too. 



CUPRA is entering the electric car race with its new Born. Based on the same platform that you’ll find underneath other EVs such as the Volkswagen ID.3, the Born takes on typically CUPRA design cues as well as a more sporty driving style. 

Initial models will bring a range of up to 263 miles while the ability to charge at speeds of up to 125kW means that a five to 80 per cent charge can take as little as 35 minutes. 

Lotus Emira

Lotus Emira

Lotus has got some big plans for the next few years and key to these is the new Emira. Powered by a 397bhp V6 engine, the Emira will become Lotus’ core sports car, taking on the firm’s classic approach to lightweight materials and true driver involvement. 

Though initial versions will cost from £75,995, it’s expected that models costing under £60,000 will hit the scene shortly too. 

Ineos Grenadier 

Ineos Grenadier

When the classic Land Rover Defender was discontinued, many people mourned the loss of one of the last properly mechanical off-roaders. That’s where the Ineos Grenadier comes in. It’s a four-wheel-drive built in the spirit of the original Defender, with a no-frills attitude towards motoring. 

However, with BMW engines and know-how on its side, this is far from a flash-in-the-pan project and is well worth looking out for.

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