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Here are some hot wheels to watch out for in 2022

From a new Range Rover to a super-fast Ferrari, carmakers are offering top-notch design innovation and luxurious comfort

The Ferrari 296 GTB marks a new era for the brand. (Press handout)

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FERRARI 296 GTB – Coming: late 2022, Engine: 2.9l petrol, Expected price: 5.5 crore

THE 296 GTB marks a new era for the brand, as it is the first-ever Ferrari to be powered by a V6 hybrid engine. The engine is coupled with an electric motor for a combined power output of 830hp and 741Nm and it can get to the 100 mark in a quick 2.9 seconds.

This Range Rover promises a serene environment.
This Range Rover promises a serene environment. (Press handout)

RANGE ROVER – Coming: Mid 2022, Engines: 3.0l petrol, 3.0l diesel, 4.4l petrol, Price: 2.3 crore onwards

The new Range Rover has a distinctive design. This luxury SUV promises a serene environment, with active noise cancellation, and will also be fitted with a third row for the very first time.

The second generation Audi Q3 will be a larger car.
The second generation Audi Q3 will be a larger car. (Press handout)

AUDI Q3 – Coming: Mid 2022, Engine: 2.0l petrol, Expected price: 45 lakh-50 lakh

The second generation Q3 will be a larger car, styled akin to the larger Q8 inside and out. You can expect adaptive damper tech, features like park assist and 360-degree camera, and a virtual cockpit.

The Jeep Meridian.
The Jeep Meridian. (Press handout)

JEEP MERIDIAN – Coming: Mid 2022, Engines: 2.0l petrol, Expected price: 35 lakh-40 lakh

Based on the Compass platform, this three-row model, which is globally known as the Commander, will have a larger rear quarter glass and longer rear overhang compared to the five-seat model.

The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is the epitome of luxury.
The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is the epitome of luxury. (Press handout)

MERCEDES-MAYBACH S-CLASS – Coming: Early 2022, Engine: 4.0l petrol, 6.0l petrol, Expected price: 2 crore-2.8 crore

With more room than the S Class, executive seats, massagers, entertainment screens and spa-like ambience packages, this car is the epitome of luxury.

The new C-class could also have a mild hybrid variant.
The new C-class could also have a mild hybrid variant. (Press handout)

MERCEDES-BENZ C-CLASS – Coming : May 2022, Engine: 2.0 L petrol, 2.0 L diesel, Expected price: 50 lakh- 60 lakh

The all new C Class will not only look sharper but promises more room and more tech. In addition to the petrol and diesel offerings, the new C-class could also have a mild hybrid variant.

The MC20 is Maserati's first all-new supercar in over a decade.
The MC20 is Maserati's first all-new supercar in over a decade. (Press handout)

MASERATI MC20 – Coming: Mid 2022, Engine: 3.0 L petrol, Expected price: 4 crore

It is their first all-new supercar in over a decade, designed to maximise aerodynamic efficiency. It is the first Maserati in over two decades to be powered by an engine that was developed in-house. Named the Nettuno, the new 3.0-litre, twin-turbo V6 petrol engine produces 630hp and 730Nm, and Maserati claims a 0-100 kmph time of less than 2.9 seconds.

The 911 GTS is not track focussed like the GT3.
The 911 GTS is not track focussed like the GT3. (Press handout)

Porsche 911 GTS – Coming: Early 2022, Engine: 3.0 L flat six turbo, Expected price: 2.5 Cr

The 911 GTS is not track focussed like the GT3. It comes with the same 3.0 turbo, but it is sharper and more engaging to drive than the standard 911.

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