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


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


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