Auto Science & Technology

Brand New Cars to Wishlist

Cars have come a long way in 2022 and there’s more to look forward to. So, which new cars should you be excited about in the upcoming years?

BMW M3 Touring 

BMW plans to create an M3 with a large boot. BMW has only finally gotten around to implementing it with the most contentious iteration of M3 in history, like the trolls they are. Those grilles and the automatic transmission are by far the most wanted things.

The Touring will probably only be available in the UK with xDrive AWD and a larger tail end, putting it dangerously near to the wrong side of two tonnes. However, with 503 horsepower, it will still have enough power to frighten your pedigree purebred pet.

Audi Q6 E-tron 

The amazing Audi E-tron GT and Porsche Taycan sports cars are powered by improved versions of the same mechanicals that will be used in the future Q6 e-tron. You might therefore anticipate it to have a 90—100 kWh battery, giving it a range of about 300 miles between charges – comparable to other sizable electric SUVs. For instance, the Jaguar I-official Pace’s range is 292 miles, but the BMW iX3’s is 285 miles.

The Q6 E-tron should have 800-volt charging capabilities, enabling it to absorb electricity at rates of up to 270kW, just like the E-tron GT and Taycan. That would take the battery about 20 minutes to charge from 10 to 80%.

GMC Hummer EV 

Astonishingly, General Motors’ gas-guzzling, middle-finger-flying Hummer brand, which was dropped in 2010, is set to return in 2022 as an all-electric sub-brand of GMC. The GMC Hummer EV SUT pickup truck can produce up to 1000 horsepower, and according to GMC, it can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in under 3.0 seconds. Customers received the first cars in equipped First Edition form in late 2021, with more affordable variants and an SUV version coming soon after. We might as well just want to wait up till 2024.

Dodge Charger Daytona SRT 

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Dodge’s electric future is beginning to take shape. The company has unveiled the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Concept, which is probably a sneak preview of a high-performance coupe that will be available in 2023.

The concept’s electric propulsion system, the brand-new 800-volt Banshee, is intended to produce at least as much horsepower as the current Hellcat-powered Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger. The Charger Daytona SRT Concept employs a multi-speed transmission, which is uncommon for EVs.

Dodge has developed a “Fratzonic Chambered Exhaust” that creates an imitating electric “exhaust” note that sounds somewhat like a blender and somewhat like a HEMI V8. This is done to allay drivers’ concerns that electric cars don’t make enough noise to be considered “real” cars.

BMW i4 

The i4 is an electric executive automobile with a big hatchback boot that is based on the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé and is intended to compete with the Tesla Model 3. Our most recent test drive showed that it unquestionably can compete with Elon Musk’s best. At launch, a 335 horsepower eDrive40 variant and a 536 horsepower M50 will be offered, with costs for the former starting at £51,905.

Hyundai Ioniq 6 

Designed to compete with the Tesla Model 3, the 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Electrified Streamliner is a stylish five-seat sedan. The sporty Hyundai Ioniq 5 crossover shares a base with the Ioniq 6, which is expected to have a longer range and upgraded electronics.

Hyundai used the Prophecy concept car as inspiration for the Ioniq 6. It has a very low drag coefficient and a gracefully curved shape. Like most EVs, it has wheels that are pushed to the corners to provide room for a sizable battery pack to be installed beneath the cabin’s floor.

Numerous battery capacities, different motor types, and rear- or all-wheel drive are to be expected. Top Ioniq 6 vehicles should have 320 horsepower and be able to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 5 seconds. I

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