All electric cars expected for 2022

All electric cars expected for 2022

For several months now, the main vehicle manufacturers have announced the more or less complete conversion of their range with the intention of more fully embracing the electric transition. While some faces, such as Toyota, have pointed out that they are not inclined to make such a radical transition to electric without first considering other alternatives, such as hydrogen, other manufacturers have decidedly "set foot on gas".

The transition to electric will not only affect the most common and familiar segments to us, but also involve all those more exclusive cars such as supercars and hypercars (now known as hyper-EVs). But what can we wait for in 2022? This is just a taste of what we can wait for, we will update the list as soon as new information is available.

Audi Q6 e-tron

Following the Q4 e-tron, Audi intends to develop also Q6 e-tron designed on the Premium Platform Electric (PPE) platform shared with Porsche's Macan EV. It is also likely the arrival, perhaps at a later date, of an RS Q6 e-tron with about 600 horsepower and an 800 Volt power supply system.

Fiat Centoventi

The “ new Panda ”will find a new life inside the eccentric Centoventi, shown to the public in the form of a concept in 2019 and with just 100 km of autonomy. The new electric Fiat, the second after the 500e, will naturally allow significantly higher zero-emission journeys and different shapes. In any case, he will take care of taking the post of the current Fiat Panda, an award-winning vehicle appreciated by many people. Little information is known about the “new Panda”, although a model is expected in 2022, we recommend taking these details with a grain of salt. A model will come: maybe it will replace Panda or maybe it will reintroduce the Punto concept.

Genesis G80

The G80 electrified sedan will be available next year; the visual differences compared to the hybrid G80 are limited to the bumper and the grille, while the 800 V technology will allow charging in very short times. No information for the interiors even if a particular upheaval is not expected considering the starting platform.

Hyundai Ioniq 6

Designed on the current Ioniq 5 and built once again on the modular platform and shared E-GMP, will benefit from more streamlined and aerodynamic shapes. Although the target is not yet clear, whether as a large coupe or sedan, the Ioniq 6 will have shapes and dimensions similar to those of the Porsche Taycan and Mercedes EQS.

Lynk & co 01

Also expected in Italy and not only as a "virtual" manufacturer, the new Chinese brand of the Geely Group has found great success in the country of origin. The SUV 01 will be the first electric model that we will see arrive in Europe and it will be possible to “touch it with your hand” also in the new showroom planned perhaps in the Milanese capital. The launch price will be around 35 thousand euros with different purchase formulas.


The Chinese manufacturer NIO has finally arrived in Europe and the first model will be available no earlier than next year; with ES8 we will be faced with a high-end, premium solution designed to rival Tesla Model X and Audi e-tron.

Maserati Granturismo

This Italian model has been around for months rumors and its nature is not yet fully clear; it will certainly be endothermic but there will also be room for hybrid and electric variants. The Trident marque is likely to inherit some of the technology developed by Ferrari for the new V6 and V8 hybrids. The company recently promised its fans that the new Granturismo will have a "distinctive sound".

Mercedes-Benz EQE

Expected to debut at the Munich Motor Show, scheduled from 7 to 12 September, EQE will be the electric equivalent of the current E-Class. The legacy with the current high-end model is very evident already in the first spy images. Waiting for a dashboard similar to that of EQS, with large screens and highly customizable lighting systems so as to allow a pleasant and relaxed journey. There will, of course, be all the comforts that characterize the current combustion model.

Nissan Ariya and Renault Megane E-Tech Electric

The pioneering Renault Zoe and Nissan Leaf have bestowed on the Franco-Japanese alliance a great advantage towards the electric transition. The two companies intend to market two new cars designed on the CMF-EV platform; both solutions will benefit from a maximum range of around 400 km, with single or double engine propulsion scheme.

Porsche Macan

If you thought the Taycan was an important model for Porsche, you were wrong : the real volumes, as for almost all manufacturers, are recorded with the sales of SUVs and what better time to offer the electrified baby SUV? Linked to the current model by name only, the new compact SUV will have slimmer headlights with a completely lower line. Inside, the changes will be decidedly more radical, as the EV market dictates: no gear lever, large touchscreen displays, highly customizable lighting and a more “touristy” setting.

The first models expected at the debut will be, as per tradition, the most refined and powerful with around 700 hp and over 750 Nm of torque. Only at a later time will the lower performance and single engine versions also arrive. The launch of Macan-EV will not replace the current freshly restyled model; both will be available for a short time.

Volkswagen ID. Buzz

The legendary Volkswagen van will return to the market only in an electrified version. Despite the retro style and the strong reference to the past, it will be full of highly technological systems such as autonomous third-level driving. Inside, a slender and sober dashboard is expected, characterized by a large central display and a still mysterious steering wheel, perhaps as innovative as Tesla's cloche system.

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