The Top 6 Luxury Cars Launching in India in 2022

For many car fans, the year's end is always something to anticipate. Everyone is interested in learning what luxury vehicle manufacturers have in store. The automotive industry's crown jewel is made up of this pricy equipment.
The Indian auto market is poised to see a range of thrilling luxury automobiles and SUVs, with numerous new releases slated for the following year. Many luxury electric vehicles will be sold at the high end of the market, and consumers are quite excited about some of these forthcoming luxury vehicles.
The time is now to purchase a premium car if you were thinking about doing so in 2022. Mercedes, Audi, Jaguar Land Rover, and BMW are all introducing exciting new vehicles in the nation. It may be challenging to find a luxury car that meets your needs because there are so many options!

 1. Audi Q7 facelift 

The facelifted Q7, which is scheduled to be on sale in 2022, is now under production at Audi India. The most popular three-row luxury SUV in India for a long time has been the Audi Q7. However, due to the considerable impact of BS6 emission rules, sales of the Audi Q7 were stopped in the early months of 2020.
The 2022 Q7's aggressive and menacing appearance makes a statement with its huge size. Like its sister Volkswagen automotive companies in India, this new variation will only be offered with a petrol engine. A 3-liter turbocharged V6 petrol engine producing 340 horsepower and a monstrous 500Nm of peak torque powers the new Audi Q7 variant. The engine is coupled with Audi's renowned Quattro all-wheel-drive system and an eight-speed automatic transmission. The motor's 48V mild hybrid technology enables up to 40 seconds of coasting when the engine is turned off.
Among other improvements, the Q7 Facelift features a new bumper, an octagonal grille with six vertical chrome slats, smaller Matrix LED headlights with characteristic LED DRLs, enormous 20-inch alloy wheels, and body cladding all throughout. With a new 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, an 8.6-inch temperature control screen, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a panoramic roof, etc., electronic features have also undergone an upgrade.

2. Audi Q4 e-Tron

The Q4 e-Tron and Q4 e-Tron Sportback are positioned to lead the company's EV fleet in the nation and achieve the company's goals for the luxury electric vehicle market by late 2022 with the help of their Q4 siblings. Although a 201-hp electric motor with a 77.0-kWh battery pack is the default powertrain, all-wheel drive and a 295-hp dual-motor system are optional. The battery pack is predicted to provide a driving range of up to 250 kilometers per charge. The Q4 e-Tron models will face competition from other small electric SUVs like the Tesla Model Y and the Volvo XC40 Recharge when they hit the market.

3. Mercedes-Benz EQS

The Mercedes-Benz EQS sedan 2022 will serve as Mercedes-entry Benz's point into an electrified future. It is also referred to as one of the most opulent EVs ever. It is also acknowledged as one of the most opulent electric cars ever made. The curved body of this aerodynamically designed object easily glides through the air, maximizing efficiency. The huge electric vehicle can be equipped with either a 516-horsepower all-wheel drive system or a 329-horsepower rear-drive motor (EQS450+) (EQS580 4Matic). Both of them have a 107.8 kWh battery and a range of about 770 kilometers. They are available in single-motor and dual-motor versions.

4. BMW i4

The brand's upcoming debut of an EV fleet is the new generation of the 2022 BMW i4. The BMW i4 has maintained the same body design as the 4 Series Gran Coupe powered by gasoline, staying true to the BMW line-up. Shouting "I'm electric!" is not a huge deal. According to BMW terminology, a "Gran Coupe" is a four-door coupe body style with a liftback trunk design. The eDrive 40 and the M50 are its two models. The former has a 344 PS peak power and a 590 km driving range, while the later has a 551 PS peak power but a 510 km driving range. A battery with a capacity of 83.9 kWh powers both variants. Because after electrifying the car, engine cooling was necessary, BMW did not want to remove the grille and wanted the i4 to retain its recognizable family design.

5. 2022 Range Rover

After a long wait, Land Rover finally unveiled the fifth generation of its premium SUV class, the Range Rover. The new Range Rover completed a five-year, seven million-hour testing process before to its release to the global market in the spring of next year. Numerous engine choices are offered, including gasoline, diesel, and mild hybrid technology on some models. Before the end of 2022, the new Range Rover is expected to arrive in Indian showrooms.

The most noticeable difference is the inclusion of a sizable gloss black strip at the rear that features side-mounted vertical brake lights and a bar of top-mounted indicators that are all invisible when not in use. The next-generation Evoque, Range Rover Sport, and any Velar replacement in the future will all use this unique configuration, which will eventually become a Range Rover "signature." The 1.2 million individual mirrors in each headlight cluster reflect light from a rear-mounted mirror, while the taillights are expected to have the most potent LEDs currently available.

6. Mercedes Maybach S-Class

One of the most anticipated premium vehicles from Mercedes-Benz, the German automaker. The Maybach S-Class, the premium vehicle's star attraction, will soon arrive in India. The rear seats in this Maybach S-Class are as roomy as possible thanks to some extra space that is prioritized for comfort and spaciousness. The wider rear doors, larger alloy wheels, redesigned grille, and ultra-luxurious cable are the Mercedes's class's most distinctive traits. Early in 2022, this Maybach S-Class is scheduled to go on sale for a starting bid of Rs. 2.08 crores.