10 Upcoming Sports Cars Listed with Key Technical Data and Estimated Prices in 2022

In everyday life we might all be creeping in slow traffic, but that racer living inside of every driver is never asleep. So, let’s fuel our passion for fast and agile sports cars by taking a closer look at the latest 2022 performance models from all over the globe.
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#1 2021 Porsche 911 GT3

Already hailed as the most anticipated 911 of 2021, the GT3 joins the model roaster as its only naturally aspirated representative. The 992-generation car also makes a huge leap in terms of aerodynamics that allow to increase the downforce by 150% at 124mph.

#2 2022 BMW M4 Competition xDrive

The new flagship 4-serie coupe originally came out in a classic rear wheel drive configuration, but expectedly is being joined by the considerably quicker xDrive all-wheel drive version.

#3 2022 Nissan Z

The seventh generation of the Nissan Z power is finally here bringing reimagined exterior clearly inspired by now-iconic predecessors.

#4 2022 Audi RS E-Tron GT

VW Group won’t admit it, but the Audi RS e-Tron GT is basically a rebodied version of a more expensive Porsche Taycan Turbo with some capabilities restricted only on the software level. Built on the J1 performance EV platform this is the first all-electric RS model in the history of the brand.

#5 2022 Subaru BRZ

When Subaru did not reveal 2021 updates for the BRZ coupe, rumors started to spread saying it is probably getting axed altogether. However, as it turns out, the sportscar skipped a year only to return in 2022 all-new.

#6 2022 Nissan GT-R Special Edition

Scheduled to go on sale this fall, the 2022 Nissan GT-R Special Edition is based on the upcoming GT-R Nismo, that has been updated this year. The flagship boasts exclusive Stealth Grey paint shade, a carbon-fiber hood, and black-painted 20-inch wheels with red accents.

#7 2022 Toyota GR 86

Just like its Subaru BRZ sibling, the 86 coupe is a product of collaboration between the two Japanese manufacturers. In 2022, the model transitions into its 2nd generation under the name GR86, becoming the 3rd member of Toyota’s performance-focused GR family.

#8 2021 Hyundai KONA N

By 2022, Hyundai’s N Performance brand and N Line branded models will count 18 units. Whithin this lineup, Kona N becomes the first true Hot SUV with true racetrack capability.

#9 2022 Suzuki Misano

Developed by the team of students from Istituto Europeo di Design, based in Turin, the Suzuki Misano concept is an electric sportscar inspired by Suzuki’s performance bikes. Built according to the current supercar design standards, the arrow-shaped bodywork has numerous copper accents.

#10 2022 Audi TT RS 40 years of quattro

As its name hints, this version of the TT RS celebrates the 40th anniversary of the quattro AWD technology. The model wears a custom, wind-tunnel tested aerokit and Alpine White livery with racing stripes.

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