The Mercedes Benz C-Class served as one of the stepping stones to the brand for nearly four decades (if you count the W201-gen 190E). Although the smaller A, B, CLA and GLA-Class were positioned under it later on, the C-Class still remains a sales hit for the brand, even in the midst of all the SUV frenzy. So, for its sixth generation, the 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class, the German brand has taken leaves off the book of their most prestigious stablemate, the 2022 S-Class.
After dawdling around for years with an outdated product, Mitsubishi finally updated the Outlander with a completely new generation vehicle and a third row of seats. Built in partnership with Nissan, the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander looks quite good and it may just be the lifeline the crossover needs to stay relevant.
The 911 GT3 for Porsche enthusiasts is the ultimate holy grail of flat-six naturally-aspirated motoring. And since the 992-generation 911 debuted at the 2018 Los Angeles Motor Show, the GT3 version was on the cards. It is here now, the 2022 Porsche 911 GT3, topping off the range with a stratospheric 9,000 rpm redline.
Back in September 2020, Maserati announced the arrival of a little sibling to their Levante SUV. Expected to compete in the highly contested compact luxury crossover segment and refresh Maserati’s ancient line-up, the new model is called Grecale, and it debuts in a bunch of official near-greyscale teaser images.
The entire motoring world is now in the process of making the tedious switch to alternative fuels. So is the United Kingdom, with their plans to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2030. Jaguar Land Rover likes to prepare in advance thus they have now promised to make the Jaguar lineup completely electric by 2025, adding the current I-Pace EV’s success (at least in Europe, not in the Middle East).
The Nissan Pathfinder has been a success story for the brand but its existence is always overlooked. Blame the decent yet forgettable looks of the SUV for that. Nissan aims to change the status quo with the completely new 2022 Nissan Pathfinder. With a stronger design and more tech, the new model adds some zing to Nissan’s global cash-cow.
The downsizing engine-size trend is rampant in the present automotive industry and AMG partook by junking the glorious 6.2-litre V8 for a stronger-but-odd-sounding twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 in its AMG 63 models. Now AMG is wrapping itself in quite a thick blanket of controversy as it plans to chuck out the V8 altogether in favour of an electrified four-cylinder engine. And this little mill will pop up first in the next-generation Mercedes-AMG C63, based on the new 2021-2022 C-Class due soon.
A few months ago, PSA and FCA merged to create Stellantis, a conglomerate that now controls a wide array of brands from both groups. Since its creation, Stellantis has been seeing vigorous rearrangements to strengthen its presence around the world. This rearrangement may now lead to the SRT engineering team to be disbanded.
In these dynamic times, true blue off-roaders are dying out in numbers we don’t like. Many car makers stray away from these machines as they find more sense in making hatchbacks on stilts and calling them SUVs. Russian manufacturer Lada though, has different ideas. Here is their 2021 Lada Niva Travel, a plucky little off-roader for the new world.
Audi’s first step into the EV battlefield with the R8 e-tron was not that fruitful. They are on a stride to change this fate with the rebooted E-Tron lineup, starting with the decent E-Tron and E-Tron Sportback crossovers. Now they are adding a new body style to the lineup. The 2022 Audi E-Tron GT and sportier Audi RS E-Tron GT grows from their concept form into a reality.
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