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Range Rover Line Up 2022

New Cars for 2022

All the upcoming models being released this year

Find out more about some of the most exciting cars coming in 2022


The A6 e-tron is built on Audi's new 'Premium Platform Electric' (PPE) which will be used on a range of upcoming Audi electric models. 

The new A6 e-tron is likely to feature advanced electric technology such as rapid charging which allows a 10 minute recharge to add 186 miles and a charge from 5-80% in 25 minutes.

The new model will have a clean design to minimize drag with dynamic proportions and elegant yet crisp lines to ensure it is unmistakable Audi. 

The Audi Q6 e-tron is likely to have a 90-100kWh battery which will provide a range of around 300 miles between charges and will support rapid charging to allow a 10-80% recharge in less than 20 minutes. 

The Q6 is likely to feature design touches from existing e-tron models such as a closed-off front grille, strong lines and light technology. 

A more powerful RS variant is expected to join the lineup with over 600bhp, as well as a coupe Sportback variant. 
Audi A6 e-tron

BMW 2 Series Coupé at Inchcape BMW


The new BMW 2 Series Coupe joins the 2 Series range and combines traditional BMW coupe styling elements with a fresh look to stand out from the crowd. The new 2 Series has a broad stance, strong lines and large alloy wheels which gives a confident and unique presence. The new look LED lights feature a single light tube which ensures the car stands out for all the right reasons even more. 

The 2 Series is available with a range of engines and a high performance M2 variant is likely to join the range later in 2022.

Arrange a test drive of the new BMW 2 Series. 

The BMW i4 is based on the new 4 Series Gran Coupe, a four door hatchback with coupe looks. The i4 features the same stylish looks with an electric powertrain. 

There are two variants to choose from, the eDrive 40 with one electric motor and the M50 with dual motors and all wheel drive. The M50 is the most dynamic i4 with 536bhp and can manage 0-62mph in just 3.9 seconds.

Both models use a large 83.9 kWh lithium-ion battery which provides a range of up to 365 miles and supports rapid charging for quicker recharges. 

 Arrange a test drive of the new BMW i4 with Inchcape. 

Land Rover

The Land Rover Defender 130 will join the existing Defender line up as a premium explorer with a much extended rear overhang which increases the car's length to 5.1m which is 342mm longer the 110 variant. 

The 130 is likely to be available with the same engine options as the other Defender models including a powerful V8 model and more efficient PHEV. 

Discover the Defender range in more detail with Inchcape. 

The all-new 2022 Range Rover is the most desirable Range Rover ever made. 

The exterior features a free flowing design with breathtaking modernity, the Range Rover celebrates the pinnacle of British automotive design. This is the first luxury SUV of its kind, incomparable to any other car due to its compelling design, exclusivity, technology and luxury. Inside the theme continues with an interior which combines modern design, the finest materials, a range of leathers available in five colours and the latest technology all contribute to a sophisticated place to spend time. 

The Range Rover is available with a range of petrol and diesel engines as well as as a plug-in hybrid which can drive up to 62 miles on a single charge. 

Discover the Range Rover in more detail with Inchcape. 
UK Range Rover launch

Mercedes-Benz AMG-SL


The Mercedes-AMG SL is a sports convertible with a fabric roof which saves over 20kg in weight, 2+2 seating layout, four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering. Developed by AMG the new SL features a more dynamic drivetrain and chassis whilst still providing the same luxury you would expect of a Mercedes-Benz. 

Initially there are two 4.0l V8 engines to choose from with a petrol hybrid to join later. The range topping SL 63 has 577bhp and 800Nm which allows 0-62mph in just 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 195mph.

Inside the SL has a portrait orientated 11.9" touchscreen and a 12.3" driver's display much like in the S-Class. AMG Sports Seats with heating and cooling finish the experience. 

The EQE features much of the style and technology of the larger EQS.

The Mercedes-Benz EQE combines a dynamic appearance and the iconic one-bow design, with a luxury interior like no other, packed with advanced features. 

With a large battery the EQE can drive up to 383 miles on a single charge and with rapid charging from 10-80% taking just 35 minutes you'll be back on the road in no time. The electric motor provides 286hp and with instant torque, the EQE will drive as good as looks. 

Be kept up to date with the launch of the EQE by registering your interest.


Joining the existing petrol powered Macan will be an all new electric version aiming to combine the incredible performance of the all electric Taycan in a compact SUV body. As a result the Macan is likely to be powered by the same electric motors as the Taycan offereing between 322bhp and 617bhp. 

The Macan is likely to have a range of around 300 miles and offer rapid charging to allow a top up from 10-80% in less than 20 minutes. 

Not much is known about how the new car will look, but it will likely be a slightly redesigned version of the current model with an interior packed with the latest technology. 
Porsche Macan

Toyota GR 86 coming soon to Inchcape Toyota


bZ stands for Beyond Zero and is Toyota's electrification strategy to launch at least 15 pure electric cars by 2025. The first in a family of electric cars for Toyota, the bZ4X is an all electric SUV. With a striking design and large 71.4kWh battery it is designed to give the same levels of comfort and space as the current Lexus LS. 

There will be two variants to choose from; the front wheel drive version with 201bhp which allows 0-62mph in 8.4 seconds and the all wheel drive version with 214bhp which allows acceleration from 0-62mph in 7.7 seconds. 

The bZ4X is likely to be packed with the latest driver assistance technology and will have over 280 miles range. Whilst rapid charging at speeds up to 150kW allows an 80% top up in 30 minutes.

The GR86 is one of the last of its kind, it embraces the spirit of previous Toyota sports cars such as the iconic 2000GT. Designed to be responsive, agile and engaging the GR86 is sure to feel like a racing car for the road. 

It uses weight-saving materials such as an aluminium roof, motorsport inspired aerodynamics and a powerful 2.4l four cylinder engine which powers the rear wheels. The GR86 features perfect weight distribution and a low centre of gravity. 

All this touches ensure the GR86 will provide a pure and exhilarating driving experience. 


The ID.Buzz is a modern take on the classic and iconic VW campervan of the 1950s. It combines retro details such as a two-tone paint scheme, vents on the rear pillars and sliding rear doors with a modern interior. The interior features a digital instrument panel and touchscreen infotainment system. There are even ID Light Strips which illuminate in different patterns to alert to various functions. 

The ID.Buzz will be available as both a commercial van and an eight-seater people carrier. The commercial version will have a 230-volt power outlet and fold out work bench.  

The larger battery option should provide over 350 miles between charges and the GTX performance model could have over 360bhp, sports suspension and looks for a dynamic driving experience. 

The ID.5 joins the Volkswagen electric family and offers a sporty, elegant coupe design. It has an extended range of up to 335 miles from a single charge whilst offering rapid charge for more convenient battery top ups. 

The ID.5 GTX offers a dynamic driving experience with a dual motor set up which provides all wheel drive for greater traction and better performance. The instant electric torque ensures an exhilarating drive. 

The ID.5 is available to order now. To do so register your interest with Inchcape. 
Front of new ID.5 at Inchcape