12 New Cars We Can't Wait to Drive in 2022

America's best-selling car is going electric. Ford already gave us a ride in their new electric F-150 pickup prototype, but we (and owners) should get behind the wheel later this year. Horsepower: 563 EPA Range: 300 miles Starting MSRP: $39,974

Ford F-150 Lightning

Ford teased the high-performance, desert-running edition of the Bronco shortly after the vehicle's launch. It should arrive this summer. Est Arrival: Summer 2022

Ford Bronco Raptor

America is not getting the J300 Toyota Land Cruiser. But we are getting the Lexus version, running on the same platform — a platform that's also shared with the Tundra pickup. Horsepower: 409 Torque: 479 lb-ft

Lexus LX 600

Hybrid once meant a Toyota Prius, or something boring very much like it. But now, a "hybrid" can be Mercedes dropping a V8 PHEV performance car with staggering output. Horsepower: 831 Torque: 1,033 lb-ft

Mercedes AMG GT 63 S E Performance

We love the Corvette Stingray. Chevrolet is finally building on it with the Z06, which packs 670 horsepower from a naturally aspirated 5.5-liter V8. Horsepower: 670 Redline: 8,600 RPM

Chevrolet Corvette Z06

GMC is reviving the Hummer nameplate. It will start as an all-electric super truck with better off-road specs than a Jeep Wrangler and accelerate from 0-60 mph like a Porsche without using a drop of gas. Horsepower: 1,000 0-60 in WTF Mode: 3.0 sec

GMC Hummer EV SUT

The cars we love? They're all about to become EVs. And BMW's new i4 is essentially an electric version of the new M3, packing more than 530 horsepower (and a giant faux grille, of course). EPA Range: 301 miles Starting MSRP: $55,400

BMW i4

BMW is also launching the iX, the brand's electric take on the X5, which seems poised to become one of their best-sellers. And, yes, it too sports a giant kidney grille. Horsepower: 524 Starting MSRP: $83,200

BMW iX

The driving purist's Toyobaru is back for round two. We already drove the Subaru BRZ , and we can't wait to try its new GR-branded Toyota sibling. Horsepower: 228 Starting MSRP: $27,700

Toyota GR 86

Honda has been rolling out new iterations of the all-new 11th generation Civic, one of our best new vehicles of 2021. The sportiest, top-of-the-line model will be the Civic Type R, which will debut in January. Launch Date: January 14, 2022

Honda Civic Type R

About half of new Mazda buyers plunk down for a CX-5. For 2022, they have a more rugged, cooler-looking and Subaru Outback-like alternative, the CX-50. Horsepower: 250 Torque: 320 lb-ft

Mazda CX-50

It's been a long, long, loooooooong time coming, but the replacement for the aged Nissan 370Z has, at long last, been revealed. Horsepower: 400 Arrival: Spring 2022

Nissan Z