Although the performance automobile segment is small in our market, it contains the most exhilarating and exciting cars. This group includes everything else from quick hyper sedans much like BMW to minimal track threats like the Mercedes AMG, Ferrari, Porsche, etc. We’ve compiled a list of all the new performance automobiles coming to our market in the coming year.
Let’s look over all of the details on the cars which will be introduced in 2022. Take a look at all of the information about them.
2022 upcoming performance cars in India:
|1. Ferrari 296 GTB|
|2. BMW M5 CS|
|3. Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae|
|4. Maserati MC20|
|5. BMW M3 and M4|
|6. Ford Mustang facelift|
|7. Mercedes-AMG GT Black-Series|
|8. Porsche 911 GT3|
|9. Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E PERFORMANCE|
|10. Lamborghini Urus Evo|
1. Ferrari 296 GTB
The 296 GTB marks a new period for the fabulous Italian supercar maker’s mid-engined immolations – the first-ever Ferrari to be powered by a V6 mongrel machine. The machine in question is a 2.9-litre, binary-turbo V6, coupled with an electric motor for a connected power affair of 830hp and 741Nm. It can go from 0-100kph in just2.9 sec. The 296 GTB’s underfloor7.45 kWh battery alike allows it to be driven on electric power exclusively, for roughly 42 km and at pets of over to 135kph.
There are colourful cues on the 296 GTB that tie in with other new- period Ferraris, like the SF90 Stradale and Roma. Still, Ferrari also claims that it has taken alleviation from the 1963 250 LM, which can be seen in the design of the B- pillar, hinder haunches and Kamm tail. Also, this is the first time Ferrari has used active aero for generating downforce. The cabin is also veritably analogous in design and layout to the tech-heavy innards of the SF90 Stradale.
Though the 296 GTB will vend alongside the F8 Tributo and its derivations, it’s likely that its successor will replace both models at formerly.
Expected Price: INR 4.5 – 5 Crores*
2. BMW M5 CS
The BMW M5 Competitive Sport (CS), officially launched in January, is the apex of the 5 Series lineup and the most powerful BMW series production car ever. The CS, which would be powered by a 635hp 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8, has 10hp more than the M5 Competition and can accelerate from 0 to 100kph in 3.0 seconds. Not only that, but the CS features even more aggressive engine mounts, a retuned suspension setup, a lighter hood, and standard carbon-ceramic brakes, all of which contribute to a more thrilling driving experience (and a weight saving of 70kg).
To help it stand out, it has a bronze kidney grille, golden 20-inch alloy wheels, yellow Daytime Running Lamps, and a paint colour that is specific to the M5 CS.
Expected Price: INR 2.5 Crores*
3. Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae
The Aventador, Lamborghini’s flagship supercar, is retiring with the limited-run Ultimate Edition, which also happens to be the company’s final V12 driven by pure burning. While the 6.5-litre normally produced V12 engine from the Aventador will just be carried over, it will be hybridised.
As just a result, it has the most advanced version of such legendary motor even in a road-legal vehicle, with 780hp and 720Nm.
Also has custom styling that borrows from the S and SVJ models, like the more aggressive bumpers and air intakes, as well as the high-mounted dual exhaust pipes. Here on the car show, a unique grey-on-grey colour featuring contrasted red highlights was also shown, though consumers, like with other Lambos, will have lots of alternatives. Only 350 coupés & 250 roadsters would be produced, each with a unique number plaque, and only a few will be sent to India.
Expected Price: INR 8 – 10 Crores*
4. Maserati MC20
The MC20 is Maserati’s first each-new sportscar in over a decade and is a hypercritical bone at that, contributed that it’ll forefront a bold new reanimation design for the brand. The MC20 has been aimed to maximize aerodynamic effectiveness, though some effects from the MC12 supercar and different iconic Maseratis can alike be seen.
It’s so the first Maserati in over two decades to exist powered by an in-house evolved machine, named the Nettuno. The3.0-litre, binary-turbo V6 petrol machine produces 630hp and 730Nm, with power going to the hinder bus via an 8- speed DCT gearbox. Given the sportscar’s featherlight carbon-fibre structure and powerful figure, Maserati claims a 0-100kph time of lower than2.9 sec, with 0-200kph taking8.8 sec. Top speed is claimed to exceed 325kph. As the MC20 is designed to fit an EV powertrain, an each-electric interpretation is anticipated in the future.
Expected Price: INR 5 Crores*
5. BMW M3 and M4
The new M3 and M4’s polarising vertical kidney grilles divide opinion, despite the fact that they’re still perhaps the most sought-after M models. Aside from that, both versions have been given the complete M treatment, which includes more aggressive bumpers and bonnets, broadened fenders, a boot-mounted spoiler, and a multi-channel diffuser.
A 3.0-litre inline-six twin-turbo engine powers both cars, producing 480hp and 550Nm in regular form and 510hp and 650Nm in Competition form. Both versions include an 8-speed torque converter automatic transmission, which results in 0-100kph timings of 4.2 seconds for the normal models and 3.9 seconds for the Competition models. The peak speed is limited to 250 kilometres per sec, though owners can choose for a driver’s package that increases it to 290 kilometres per sec.
The X3 M is accessible in the average configuration in India, and also when Mercedes-AMG debuted its remastered C63 in India, they advanced from the 510hp S to a 469hp normal model, so it will be intriguing to know which performances of the M3 and M4 BMW chooses for the Indian request.
BMW offers M Sport seats and steering buses, as easy as digital needles and infotainment features with M-specific plates and unique trim factors, for dynamic innards.
Expected Price: INR 1.5 – 2 Crores*
6. Ford Mustang facelift
As Ford’s domestic manufacture in India has ended, the company will continue to operate by selling select imported models. The Mustang makeover, which debuted at the 2018 Auto Expo, would be the first model to be included in the revamped Ford strategy.
Ford modified the Mustang’s front appearance with a lowered hood line, smaller grille, reshaped headlamps, and reprofiled bumpers as part of the mid-cycle redesign, all of which enhance aggression. The back bumper and diffuser have been redesigned for a sportier appearance. With the exception of the new alloy spoked wheels, the famous sportscar’s appearance has stayed unchanged since the pre-facelift generation.
The Mustang retains the same interiors as the previous model, while Ford has attempted to improve interior quality by using more soft-touch plastics on the centre console and doors. It also includes standard features such as a 12.0-inch electronic centre console, LED headlights, and adaptive cruise control.
The massive 5.0-litre naturally aspirated V8 engine now delivers 450 horsepower instead of 415 horsepower in the pre-facelift model, and it’s mated with a 10-speed automatic transmission rather than the 6-speed unit in the earlier car.
Expected Price: INR 90 lakh – 1 Crore*
7. Mercedes-AMG GT Black-Series
Mercedes-long-awaited AMG’s answer to the Porsche 911 GT2 RS is just the AMG GT Black Series. It was introduced last year with a number of track-specific features like a slightly more powerful splitter & diffuser, front bumpers canards, wider rear spoiler, a gigantic two-piece rear wing, retuned suspension, and other mechanical tweaks.
It also has the most powerful, non-electrified version of the twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V8 in a series-production car, which produces 730 horsepower and 800 Nm. The end result is a claimed 3.2-second 0-100kph time, 9.0-second 0-200kph duration, and a top speed of 325kph. When it comes to the interior, there’s lots of matte carbon-fibre trim throughout the cabin, as well as loop pulls instead of door handles to save even more weight. Optional features include AMG carbon-fibre bucket seats and a titanium roll cage.
Expected Price: INR 3.5 – 4 Crore*
8. Porsche 911 GT3
Porsche’s new 992-generation Porsche 911 GT3 has grown with feedback of Porsche Motorsports, as have many track-tested GT models. It retains the 4.0-litre naturally aspirated flat-six engine, but it now produces 510 horsepower (10 more than the 991.2-word GT3) and revs to a phenomenal rpm. The 2017 Porsche 911 GT3 is available with either a 6-speed manual or a quick-shifting 7-speed PDK automatic transmission.
The new GT3’s performance figures and result in a lack package allows it to complete the 0-100kph sprints in 3.4 seconds, with a peak speed of 320kph (318kph with the PDK gearbox). Look for the tailwind-enhancing’nostril’ reflections on the frontal bonnet and the new swan belt’ hind sect that visibly distinguishes it from its predecessor.
Expected Price: INR 2.5 Crore*
9. Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S E PERFORMANCE
With the new GT 63 S e-Performance four-door Coupe, AMG has entered the electric era. This is AMG’s first plug-in hybrid model, featuring a 639hp 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine and a 204hp electric motor on the back axle, for a total output of 843hp and 1,400Nm. This also makes it the most powerful AMG ever, with a top speed of 316kph as well as a 0-100kph time of just 2.9 seconds.
Mercedes-Formula AMG’s 1 racer is thought to have inspired the hybrid powerplant. Because it’s a PHEV, it boasts a 12km electric version and a top speed of 130kph, thanks to the 6.1kWh battery pack.
The revised front bumper, bespoke badging, battery-pack lid on the rear bumper, performance exhaust outlets, and exclusive 20-inch and 21-inch wheel designs are all slight visual differences over the basic car. The rest of the car is similar to the regular GT 4-Door Coupé in terms of appearance and performance.
The hybrid-specific displays for the MBUX infotainment, which feature an EV range indicator, real-time power consumption data, and an electric motor power gauge, are the only additions on the inside.
Expected Price: INR 2.6 – 3 Crores*
10. Lamborghini Urus Evo
A Urus is Lamborghini’s greatest vehicle in India, with the manufacturer selling more than a hundred units so far. The Urus Evo, like the Huracan Evo, would basically be a mid-life upgrade to a performance SUV. We can anticipate an updated outside design, as well as new features and technology on the interior.
The 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 will almost certainly be modified to produce more power, as well as some technical changes. The Urus Evo is slated to be introduced later this year, and given how rapidly Lamborghini has brought new models to India, it’s likely to arrive soon after.
Expected Price: INR 3.5 – 4.5 Crores*