Automotive Trends for 2022

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With the media bringing attention to increasing fuel prices every day, industry insiders are wondering what will change in the automotive industry.

When the ball drops in Times Square on New Years Eve, everyone’s mind begins to light up with ideas as to what is coming in the new year. This isn’t any different for the automotive industry. While most people are dreaming of joining the gym or starting that new diet, automotive marketers, designers, and engineers are looking at what the upcoming trends are and how they can be a part.

So, what’s new for 2022? Electric Cars!

Maybe this isn’t “new” news, but it will be the topic of discussion at dinner parties all year. Building on the excitement of widespread adoption of what some still call technology of the future, 2022 is set to build on recent developments in this sector.

The automotive industry is already talking about the exciting future of this technology. Cadillac recently announced its Cadillac Lyriq to the public, the first pre-production model of this exciting new vehicle has recently rolled off the assembly line. The Lyriq has already begun taking reservations, with initial releases available in the first half of 2022.

This year will test the supremacy of America’s best-selling truck for 44 years. Will the F-150 continue its domination in the electric vehicle world with the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning? In the automotive world today, the pickup truck has become the new family sedan. With the release of the 2022 F-150 Lightning the industry may finally see widespread adoption of electric propulsion into the pickup truck scene.

The F-150 Lightning offers some amazing new technology. Not only does it feature many different drivetrain offerings, but the truck will also function as a generator for your household the next time your power goes out. This new system, known as Pro Power Onboard, is an option that will excite many new vehicle buyers when they learn about it.

Ford’s luxury division is not falling behind either, they have many models to suit the most discerning electric automobile owner. From the Corsair Grand Touring to the Aviator Black Label Grand Touring there are many vehicles to choose from, all with electric drivetrain offerings.

If the F-150 Lightning succeeds in the marketplace, we will see many manufacturers battling in the trenches for their portion of market share. There are some rumours floating around about Toyota has its own plans for releasing an all-electric pickup truck of their own. After announcing that they are going to spend over $17 billion on 30 different EVS in the near future, there are also rumours of an aptly named model, known as the Pickup EV. Engineers will hopefully be able to provide the historic reliability of Toyota vehicles with this new model.

While not every one of the vehicles above are fully electric, we can see he progression of the industry towards a full adoption of electric vehicles. With the media bringing attention to increasing fuel prices every day, industry insiders are wondering what will change in the automotive industry.

Maybe electric vehicles are the future—the future for automotive enthusiasts and everyday drivers alike. A future in which an electric vehicle owner can go for a fun Sunday drive without the need to remortgage their home just to pay for the fuel.

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