13 Hottest Car Trends for 2022

October 25, 2021


 This year we have seen some significant changes in the car world, so there is a lot to look forward to. Some of these changes are still relatively new, as the electric car, and some are more established, like the all-electric SUV, but there is also a lot of exciting changes we will see in the future.

Some of the changes we're more excited about:

 Tesla Motors, Ford, Nissan, Honda, GM, VW, and Audi have all made big announcements or have unveiled new cars in 2018.

Some of the most exciting car concepts for 2022 include the all-electric SUV, the all-electric SUV, the all-electric family sedan, the plug-in hybrid car, and the hydrogen fuel cell car.

The electric car is a big one for 2022. There are three major electric car companies competing for the top spot with companies like Tesla and the Fisker Karma. The Tesla Model S, X, and Model 3 have all been released by the end of 2018 and will likely launch in the new year. Meanwhile, the Fisker Karma was unveiled in October and is expected to launch in 2019.

The electric car market will continue to be dominated by the three main players, but all-electric SUV manufacturers are also becoming more competitive. 


There are also a lot of plug-in hybrid and hybrid car manufacturers competing. These companies include Volkswagen, Audi, GM, Hyundai, Kia, Nissan, and Toyota.

The VWs, BMWs, and Hyundai's are all selling more passenger cars than the Fiskers, Kias, and Mitsos of the world right now, but even the Fisker Karma has more passenger cars than the three top-selling plug-in hybrid cars on the planet. I suppose that is an indication that the plug-in hybrids are getting better at sales.

The plug-in hybrid market is expected to grow up to $23 billion by 2022 according to an estimate by the Global Automakers Council. 

That's a lot of future sales. Of course, this all comes with the caveat that the current cars are also getting better. If you want to know how things change with time, consider the Toyota Prius that has been on the market for less than a year.

It's still going to take a while before a plug-in hybrid can replace internal combustion engines, so that still means we're still only looking at the beginning of the change. We'll keep an eye on how the sales of plug-in hybrids grow over the next few years so you can keep a closer eye on these trends.


Remember that Toyota is one of the OEMs for most plug-in hybrids. The Prius is the only one that can compete with it in terms of fuel economy, so if you really want your gas mileage to jump, you'll need a plug-in hybrid to replace that. So far plug-in hybrids have been around for about 5 years and have been shown to be fairly reliable, but that's only because they've been around for so long.

Plug-in hybrids are pretty much the holy grail of the auto industry right now. You can buy one for as little as $7,000, which in today's money is only $3,000 more than a Prius. The Prius is the cheapest car, but that's because it uses gasoline, so the Prius car can't compete with a plug-in hybrid. Plug-in hybrids get about 20 miles per gallon in the city, but they only get about 13.

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