Futuristic Cars of 2022 & Beyond

That will change the auto world

10: 2025 Lamborghini Sedan

Lamborghini has been flirting with the idea of building a super sedan for decades.

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Although now more than ever, the concept seems to be coming to reality.

The upcoming Lamborghini sedan will likely utilize a lot of the styling that Porsche did with the Panamera.

The Lambo sedan could use either a V8 or a V12 design, and there will likely be a hybrid drivetrain (via Motor 1).

9: 2023 Ford Fusion Active

The Fusion has been discontinued, but there are rumors it will return in an SUV form.

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The Fusion was one of the best-selling sedans Ford has released in a long time.

This isn’t surprising considering Toyota has released the Corolla Cross and other automakers are following suit (via Motor 1).

The Fusion Active will follow the same formula as the Mustang Mach-E.

Instead of being performance oriented, this model will be geared toward outdoor enthusiasts.

The Fusion Active will offer many unique features.

The release date hasn’t yet come to the light, but the Fusion Active is said to be in development.

8: 2023 Ferrari Purosangue

A Ferrari SUV is also in the works, after the company has seen the success of the Lamborghini URUS SUV.

The Purosangue has been purposed as an SUV with either a V8 or V12 engine.

It hasn’t been said if the car will be a hybrid or feature a turbocharged engine instead (via Motor 1).

7: 2023 Lexus LQ

They were the first brand to introduce a luxury crossover to the marketplace, way before crossovers were popular.

Nearly two decades ago, Lexus completely changed the luxury car segment by introducing the RX300 crossover.

The LQ will be the next generation of this concept by introducing electrification to the mix (via US News).

6: 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L

Since the start of the SUV boom, the Grand Cherokee has been a luxurious option.

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The next generation of the Grand Cherokee will build on that same success.

Going further into the premium segment, the Grand Cherokee L will be completely redesigned from the ground up (via US News).

5: 2023 Porsche Macan EV

A complete EV sports car will be an interesting concept, and Porsche will be head-to-head with Tesla.

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In addition to introducing a few new hybrid sports cars, Porsche will also introduce the Macan EV.

The end result will be a growing competition between the two brands for electric sports car supremacy (via US News).

4: 2022 Rivian R1S

Rivian has been in the mix for the past couple of years as the first official electric EV to be unveiled.

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Competition is heating up between the start-up and Tesla, but that doesn’t mean Rivian is letting up.

The R1S will debut in 2022 and will be an off-road oriented SUV model that is also fully electric (via US News).

The rise of electric EV SUV models has been slow and steady, but some offerings are well appointed.

The R1S will be a great option that offers many unique features for the price.

Alongside the interesting design will also be many features for the price and excellent mileage range.

3: 2022 Volkswagen ID Buzz

The return of the original Volkswagen van has been big news for the past couple of years.

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But what makes it even more unique of a return is the fact that it will be an EV.

The ID Buzz borrows heavily from the Volkswagen bus that made the company famous in the 1960s.

The styling will very much be themed the same way as the original (via US News).

2: 2023 Lotus SUV

Perhaps the most unique news that is coming is that Lotus is jumping into the SUV race as well.

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Similar to how Lamborghini and Ferrari is doing Lotus is also going to bring a performance oriented SUV to the mix.

The 2023 Lotus SUV is going to borrow heavily from the styling of the sports car models (via US News).

The Lotus brand is known for excellent handling and driving characteristics.

We’re sure that the Lotus SUV will bring the best of what the brand has to offer to the table.

Nicknamed the Lambda, this is sure to be one of the most unique performance offerings to hit the market.

Lotus has never missed the mark when it comes to performance.

1: 2024 Ram Dakota

Chrysler Fiat has all but confirmed that the Dakota line will be making a return to the market.

The midsized pickup truck segment is heating up and the Ram brand isn’t a player in it yet.

That should change around the year 2024 when the new Dakota model is introduced.

There is a lot of mystique in the air surrounding this model (via US News).

20 More Futurisic Cars of 2022 & Beyond

The automotive industry is one of the fastest-changing industries in the world. Every year, futuristic cars and trucks are conceptualized and released onto the market.

Part of the fun of following the automotive industry is the anticipation of future car models.

A lot of the time these vehicles are introduced to the public first as concept cars and then brought into production.

The automotive market is going to change a lot between now and 2026, with many future models that are going to completely change how we drive.

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