While 2022 will likely be remembered for the U.S. government’s decision to build a wall along the southern border and for some of the chaos it will bring, its own car season is also going to be memorable. From big-ticket purchases to niche concepts, Americans are finally getting their new car fixed in 2022. Here are our favorite vehicles from this year’s list that will make you want to own a car just like them.
Chevrolet Bolt EV
This year’s best new entry in the unveiled fleet of all-new 2019 GM brand vehicles will be the Chevrolet Bolt. The Bolt will be available in six engine sizes—all with the option for an eight-speed automatic transmission—and come with a range of advanced technologies, including an all-new all-new electric drivetrain, seamless urban driving, and 5.8-L/100km fuel efficiency. Its price will be $51,495, making it the most expensive vehicle in the 2019 Chevrolet lineup.
Jaguar I- Series
The I-Series is a high-end brand that will make its first foray into the hybrid and all-new vehicle segment in 2022. The redesigned long-wheel-ilex SUV will come with a 5. 0- and 5.1-L engine options, a six-speed manual transmission, a high-intensity discharge engine that can produce up to 19,000 rpm, and a four-wheel-drive system with front- and rear-axle adjustments. The I-Series will be available in five exterior design styles, including a seven-seat promotion that will give it a North American price of $49,495.
Porsche Macan Turbo
This is the first model dually correct and truly ridiculous car in the new Porsche lineup. The Macan Turbo is the company’s first “R” designation vehicle, with a rear-wheel drive model coming in both two- and four-wheel-drive configurations. The platform is based on the production-debugged Macan, and it marks the end of a long relationship between the two companies, dating back to the early 2000s. The Macan will become the first SUV to come with an advanced version of the popular Macan plug-in hybrid drivetrain, as well as 5.0- and 5.1-L engine options. The Macan will also be sold as a four-door and two-door hatchback, with a price range starting at $47,495.
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Electric Drive SUV
These is the vehicles we will remember most from 2022. The E-Class is the first SUV to come with a front-wheel drive system, and it will be available in five exterior design styles:aged, all-new, couple light, dune buggy, and sporty. The platform will be based on the upcoming E-Class, which will come with a five-speed automatic transmission and come with a range of advanced technologies, including the ability to accelerate from a standstill and go forward at up to 90 mph. This is the most luxurious model in the E-Class line, and it will come with a price tag of $95,495.
Infiniti G37 XR Sport Sedan
The G37 will become available with a two-wheel-drive transmission for the first time in 2022, and it will come with a low-emissions engine and an eight-speed automated transmission. The XRS will have a dune buggy-style body and come with a price range starting at $69,495.
Ford F450 SuperCrew 4×4
For the first time, a four-door F-450 SuperCrew vehicle will be available with a manual transmission, a low-emissions engine, and a front- and rear-axle “Allnew”