Car and Driver’s 10 Biggest Stories of 2022

Dan Smith

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As 2022 draws to a close, we look back on 10 stories. cars and drivers The website that made the biggest ripples in the automotive industry. So these are the articles you clicked the most. With topics ranging from gas prices to catalytic converters to all kinds of new sheet metal, this roundup should have a little something for everyone.

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Ten Corvette to launch 4-door and SUV as brands in 2025
Corvette is one of the most recognizable names in the automotive industry, so it's no surprise that Chevrolet wants to do more with its brand. Corvette will be its own sub-brand within his GM portfolio, with an electric Corvette SUV and a sort of four-door of his, reportedly just that in store as he reported expanding from 2025. It is read more
9 The 2023 Honda Accord is the best looking Accord ever
The Honda Accord is no longer one of the best-selling cars in the country, but it's still no big deal. That was evident when Honda released its new 11th generation model this year to great response from the audience. Unfortunately, the 2023 Accord has canceled the upgrade for the more powerful turbo 2.0-liter engine, but we liked his basic 1.5-liter and hybrid enough to keep it on our 2023 Best 10 list. I decided there was. read more
8 Winter is back, but stop idling
This is one of the most read articles of the year. why? Because people love the opportunity to discuss things in the comments section. Apparently, it is human nature to take it personally. car and driver Tell them not to "warm up" the car for 20 minutes to avoid catching a cold. Several members of our own staff were outraged by the advice, as were many of our readers. That said, many readers agreed that leaving a modern car idling is wasteful and not environmentally friendly. read more
7 When will car prices go back up?
We were all in high school economics class when they taught us the rules of supply and demand. But when the unfortunate reality of global supply chain problems extended to our beloved cars, we all wanted to. necessary to answer. When his 82% of car buyers paid for stickers on new cars, we spoke to industry experts to find out why car prices have skyrocketed and when to expect them to drop. Based on the story's popularity, we weren't alone. read more
6 North Carolina is removing public EV chargers.probably going to trash
This year, North Carolina House Bill 1049 was passed. The bill allocates $50,000 to destroy free public car chargers unless free petrol and diesel pumps are built together. One of his sponsors on the bill, Ben Moss, is from District 52. In the same district, public car chargers were out of service for his four days later this year after domestic terrorists attacked a local substation. The perpetrator may then have been disappointed to find that the list of things powered by electricity also included gas pumps in the area. read more
Five 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV reveals 664 hp, 400 mile range
When one of America's best-selling nameplates goes motorized, you know it's going to be controversial. That's exactly what happened when Chevrolet unveiled a new EV version of his truck, the Silverado full-size pickup. read more
Four US gas prices are skyrocketing - how far can it get worse?
Nothing frightens Americans more than expensive gasoline, but that fear was palpable when prices hit record highs in March, except perhaps for gasoline shortages. When the article was published, the national average for regulars was just over $4. Prices continued to climb he until June, reaching $5 a gallon. Luckily, the country's collective blood pressure has since dropped, and he's below $3 in some states. read more
3 The 2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse is a new breed of pony
Ford has worked on the entire Mustang lineup for 2024, but the news that really got people going was the new Dark Horse performance variant. With a sinister look and numerous mechanical upgrades, this is his 5.0-liter Mustang the new top dog in his lineup, with a massaged Coyote V-8 we know to produce his 500 horsepower. read more
2 2023 Toyota Sequoia to have standard hybrid powertrain
When a car hasn't been redesigned in ten years or more, we know a lot of expectations have been raised for a new car. This proved to be the case with Toyota's redesigned Sequoia, which he entered for 2023 with a new design, modernized interior and standard hybrid V-6 powertrain. read more
1 10 most targeted by car catalytic converter thieves
Hide your child! Hide your wife! Hide the catalytic converter? Yes, one of the biggest stories at Autodam this year was the rising rate of catalytic converter theft. 2022 saw an increase in robberies of this critical auto part that cleans emissions from internal combustion engines. This is due to the value of the precious metals inside. Palladium, rhodium and platinum are recovered from catalytic converters and can be sold immediately. We dug into data from the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) to identify the top 10 cars most targeted by thieves. read more
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