5 Best Luxury Cars of 2022


How much luxury you get for your money is the major consideration when considering luxury cars. Even rear seat passengers should expect comfortable seats with soft leather coverings, electronic adjustability, massage options, and possibly even a recline function in the best luxury models. There will be plenty of legroom and in-car entertainment that was before only available on first-class transatlantic trips, along with cutting-edge audio and visual systems that can be configured to meet any need.

Below are the best five luxury cars of 2022, all available at your disposal when you win a car competition.

Range Rover

The latest fifth-generation Range Rover offers a greater selection of powertrains, more comfortable seating, and excellent on-board technologies, all of which manage to outperform the previous model. The Range Rover continues to be as competent of navigating a cross-continental highway as it is slogging through a muddy field, and while being larger than ever, it is also surprisingly agile.

The new Range Rover model comes standard with air suspension, which lowers the vehicle to make it easier to enter. Given how much taller the Range Rover is than its competitors, it feels genuinely big in the rear. Although a twin-turbo V8 engine is a possibility, the plug-in hybrid form can travel up to 70 miles quietly on electricity alone.

Mercedes S Class

The venerable S-Class continues to provide one of the most elegant and comfortable driving experiences available. There are no pedal or steering wheel vibrations, and even at highway speeds, there is no wind or tyre noise.

The 3.0-liter, six-cylinder gasoline engine in the S 500 4MATIC version generates 429 horsepower, enough to accelerate the vehicle from 0 to 62 mph in 4.9 seconds. Even the 282 horsepower S 350 diesel is capable of a respectable 6.4 second sprint and a top speed of 155 mph.

It should suffice to say that the long-wheelbase variant is all about the back seat, which has enough legroom to relax while other drivers pass by in their less capable cars. The seats have heating and massaging capabilities to increase comfort if even that proves to be too stressful.

BMW 7 Series

The new 7 Series’ exterior design may not be to everyone’s taste, but the interior, particularly the back seats, is where a luxury car needs to excel. Naturally, the 12.3-inch and 14.9-inch curved displays from the iX are spectacular up front, but in the back there is a massive 31.3-inch screen that folds down from the headliner. A 36-speaker, 1,965-watt Bowers & Wilkins Diamond sound system can also be specified.

The most recent 7 Series offers much more than just technology. In the interior, BMW’s Merino leather is a standard feature and is offered in five distinct colours. As an alternative, you have the free option to select the leather-like “Veganza” trim even a BMW Individual version with Merino leather and cashmere is available.

The 388-mile maximum range of the all-electric i7 will be a blessing for those looking for a quiet powertrain, but subsequent plug-in hybrid versions of the 7 Series should also be quite tuned. A 197bhp electric motor is paired with an inline-six turbocharged petrol engine in both PHEV models. The 750e xDrive’s 486 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque should be plenty to enable effortless passing of less powerful vehicles, but the 760e xDrive’s 563 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque will allow you to humiliate sports cars in your luxurious limousine.

Rolls Royce Ghost

The 2018 Rolls Royce Ghost excels when it comes to elegance and sophistication. Only two components from the previous model remain: the Spirit of Ecstasy perched atop the bonnet and the umbrellas tucked away inside the doors.

The Ghost is built on the newest aluminium chassis from Rolls-Royce, which the company refers to as its “architecture of luxury.” Although it’s new for the Ghost, it can also be found below the flagship Phantom, Cullinan SUV, and even the all-electric Spectre.

The Ghost, while probably a little less obtrusive than its Phantom companion, is still five metres long and weighs 2.5 tonnes, so it hardly qualifies as understated.

Its 6.75-litre V12 petrol engine generates 563bhp, allowing it to reach a high speed of 155 mph in 4.8 seconds and has a 0-62 mph duration of 4.8 seconds, so merging from slip roads shouldn’t be an issue.

Bentley Continental GT

Although the Bentley Continental GT is based on the Porsche Panamera, this is in no way a drawback as both vehicles are included on this list of the top ten. This luxurious “grand touring” coupe, which is the sole two-door on our list, won’t become hot while being driven across countries, hence the name. There is also plenty of power available, with an option between a 525 horsepower V8 and a 626 bhp W12 engine.

Anyone who is fortunate enough to sit inside will experience the luxurious interior, which was inspired by the Bentley badge’s wings. For instance, the dashboard dramatically “flies” out from the centre console and continues into the door trims, encircling the passengers with a ring of leather and wood.

The interior of the cabin is lavishly decorated and equipped with cutting-edge safety and infotainment technology. Additionally, the Continental GT includes a tonne of innovative chassis technology that contributes to its excellent on-road handling.

Bentley modified the Continental GT’s trim level lineup to include the Azure model, which adds a number of driver assistance technologies, air purifiers, and 22-way front seat adjustment. This is similar to how Bentley changed the Flying Spur and Bentayga trim levels.