The Infiniti QX60 has been the brand’s cash cow for the past few crossover-crazy years. Despite its popularity, the three-row crossover was growing too old for its job, as the current-gen model launched in 2012. So the 2022 Infiniti QX60 skipped a year and launches as a completely revamped model.
There have been several high-profile post-lockdown car launches that set the internet on fire. The Nissan Patrol Nismo, the Chevy Tahoe and the upcoming Ford Bronco featured prominently among them, but those were all SUVs. The only small car to “trend” is the Volkswagen Golf GTI, which shows that cars might be giving way to SUVs, but the legendary O.G. hot hatch is always going to be around.
W GTBhile Lamborghini sticks to a two-car main lineup (ignoring the SUV), Ferrari is in no mood to let their lineup go stale. Enter the new Ferrari 296 GTB, the latest prancing horse from Maranello that will replace the F8 Tributo. This is the first V6-engined sports car from Maranello since the Dino, but with the backing of a plug-in hybrid system, it brings in 818 hp. Downsized is well and truly underway at Ferrari.
If you felt the ancient Nissan Patrol Super Safari is unreasonably expensive, don’t fret. That’s because Toyota is waiting in the wings to up the ante. Now on sale at the UAE dealer are two “limited-edition” variants of the Land Cruiser 70 Series – The Land Cruiser 76 and Land Cruiser 79 Overlander edition. With even more ancient bones than the Nissan Y61, the LC70 wagon and pickup should give you a taste of 1980s offroad motoring at an eye-watering price.
Toyota launching their flagship SUV the Land Cruiser LC300 is relatively small-fry news compared to what they are planning for the U.S. market, which is much bigger than the Middle East. The 2022 Toyota Tundra launch is coming soon. But some recently leaked pictures of the truck have persuaded the brand to release a proper photo, with a cheeky dig at the one who leaked the images.
The Lexus NX is the middle child in Lexus’ SUV lineup. Sandwiched between the smaller UX and the larger RX and LX SUVs, the NX was mostly forgotten. But the compact luxury SUV now gets a new generation with an evolved design and better tech.
With EVs becoming more popular, many car manufacturers are quickly morphing into tech companies. This makes it the perfect era for tech companies to turn the tables and make cars. Some, including Sony, have already reserved a seat on this train. The latest to add to this list is Huawei, entering the auto market with the Seres F5, a hybrid crossover. But there is a catch.
The Ford Maverick compact truck is a long-awaited launch and its birth was triggered by a trend. In the past couple of decades, we have seen monocoque crossovers gain ground over old-school ladder-frame based SUVs. With the arrival of the Maverick, Ford is looking to shake up the U.S. pickup truck segment, even if past attempts at crossover pickups by Honda and Subaru produced a lukewarm response.
Years and years of consistent performance, immense popularity or extreme capability. Any one of these three qualities may usually suffice for a car to be called a legend. But seldom do we find a car that flaunts all three. The Toyota Land Cruiser is such a machine that has been successful in keeping its legacy alive for decades. With its outgoing-generation LC 200 going on for donkey’s years and losing market share to the Y62-gen Nissan Patrol, the 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser LC300 is long overdue. And it is here now, and boy oh boy, it is all new.
Kia has revealed the official images of the all-new 2022 Sportage, bringing groundbreaking interior and exterior design to a segment littered with boring players.
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