All the cars of 2022: this is the calendar of the main novelties – BMW i4, Dacia Jogger, Kia Sportage, Nissan Ariya, Opel Astra, Peugeot 308, Renault Austral, Toyota BZ4X, VW Taigo, Volvo C40. We review the releases of 2022.
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1. Alfa Romeo Tonale | Second term
The Alfa Romeo Tonale is one of the significant launches of the year and the first for Alfa Romeo after a long period of drought. Calendar Of The Main Novelties. It is still a model from the previous stage of the brand, under the umbrella of FCA. Therefore, it has platforms that are not yet common with the new Stellantis Group. In June, it will arrive with ‘mild hybrid technology characterized by its design, quality, and sportiness.
Calendar Of The Main Novelties
2. Audi A8 | Spring
This Audi A8 that arrives in spring updates the luxury sedan launched in 2017. Now it stands out for having a more aerodynamic design and incorporating innovative technologies.
The new Audi A8 is available with five engines: the V6 3.0 TDI (286 horsepower) and 3.0 TFSI (340 horsepower) blocks; the V8 4.0 TFSI (460 hp) with selective cylinder disconnection system, available for the A8 and S8 in various power levels; and the TFSIe mass-in hybrid, which syndicates the 3.0 TFSI with an electric motor.
3. BMW i4 | First trimester
At the start of the day, the novel BMW i4 arrives, a 100% electric car that fights against the Tesla Model 3 and has similar size to the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé. The version of access to the range is the i4 eDrive40 with 340 hp.
Sportier is the i4 M50 with a maximum combined power of 400 kW/544 hp and a range of up to 510 kilometres in the WLTP test cycle, thanks to the 80.7 kWh capacity battery.
4. BMW 2 Series Active Tourer | First trimester
The second generation of this minivan arrives in early 2022. It maintains the platform of the previous Series 2 Active Tourer but improves in design. The petrol variants are the 218i (with 136 hp) and the 220i (with 170 hp).
The diesel is 218d (with 150 hp). Both have light hybridization technology (48V) that give it the eco-label of the General Directorate of design. About the plug-in hybrid versions, BMW indicates that they are available from the summer of 2022.
5. BMW X3 | January
Update of the BMW X3 launched in 2017. It stands out for improvements in design and for incorporating engines with mild hybridization, which allows it to have the DGT ECO label. Specifically, all X3s are ECO or even ZERO in the plug-in hybrid version.
In gasoline are the 20i (184 hp), the 30i (245 hp) and the M40i (360 hp). In diesel the 18d (150 hp), the 20d (184 hp), the 30d (286 hp) and the M40d (340 hp).
6. BMW X4 | January
Just as the X3 is updated, so is the X4. It also stands out for some design changes and for incorporating light hybridization engines, allowing it to have the DGT ECO label. In gasoline are the 20i (184 hp), the 30i (245 hp) and the M40i (360 hp). In diesel the 20d (184 hp), the 30d (286 hp) and the M40d (340 hp)
7. Citroen C5 X | Second term
Although it was announced some time ago, it is now in 2022 when the Citroën C5 X arrives. Although it has a more crossover-type aesthetic, it stands out for being a sedan. With a length of 4.80 meters, a width of 1.86 meters, and a height of 1.48 meters, the new C5 X has a wheelbase of 2.78 meters, allowing ample space in the rear seats.
Also, the model has 545 litres of space in the boot. Made in China, it has gasoline engines and plug-in hybrids. In this case, the model reaches 225 horsepower, with more than 50 kilometres of autonomy in ‘zero emissions’ mode.
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