Nothing is better than shopping for a new luxury car that offers incredible performance. Some of the best cars available that offer that combination are Italian. There are some tremendous new Italian cars every year, which will provide drivers and passengers with a driving experience that is out of this world. Consider these models today if you’d like to get behind the wheel of a new Italian car for 2022!

Alfa Romeo Guilia

In the world of sports sedans, the Alfa Romeo Giulia is an outstanding choice. It brings drivers a stylish and refined design, an enthralling driving experience, and exceptional luxury. When you choose a new Alfa Romeo Guilia, you have the opportunity to enjoy a few different engines, including a hand-built twin-turbo V6 engine. Furthermore, with up to 505 horsepower and a luxurious interior, a new Alfa Romeo Giulia is a sight to behold.

Maserati Ghibli

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2022 Maserati Ghibli | Maserati

Maserati is a brand that drivers know because of its comfort, refinement, and emotional driving experience. Shoppers looking for an Italian luxury sedan will certainly give this sedan a good long look. The Maserati Ghibli offers drivers the opportunity to enjoy top-notch luxury and exciting performance. Depending on your chosen model, you will enjoy raucous acceleration and refinement.

Ferrari Portifino

If you are looking for a great luxury car with the highest performance you could imagine, a new Ferrari Portifino is a perfect choice. This superb option comes in two options: the base model and the more performance-oriented M. Both offer an unmatched sense of luxury and exclusivity and a stunning 3.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine.

Maserati MC20

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Maserati MC20 | Maserati

Shoppers looking for an Italian supercar should consider shopping for a new Maserati MC20. This stylish and luxurious two-seater is ready to impress with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine. Furthermore, the interior of this two-seater is refined and minimalist to ensure drivers can focus on the road. Car and Driver notes that despite the incredible performance and power, the suspension is surprisingly compliant on most roads.

Maserati Quattroporte

The Maserati Quattroporte is a top choice for drivers who want a unique Italian sedan but need a bit more space. This full-size sedan can be the ideal choice with four trim levels and some incredible high-performance engines. In fact, this Maserati can keep you feeling connected to the road with ease. Furthermore, your passengers will appreciate the care and craftsmanship found throughout the interior.

Ferrari SF90 Stradale

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Ferrari SF90 Stradale | Ferrari

Automakers like Ferrari have always been at the forefront of performance, and the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is no different. Using a new plug-in hybrid powertrain, this model is just a taste of the future of Ferrari. With a twin-turbo V8 engine and three electric motors, you will experience more than 900 horsepower, ensuring you have a grin on your face anytime you hit the gas.

Lamborghini Aventador

When you want to enjoy a unique V12 performance, look no further than a Lamborghini Aventador. This truly special two-seater offers a raw and exciting driving experience. Furthermore, the standard all-wheel drive system will ensure you can fully utilize the incredible V12 engine safely on a closed course.

Lamborghini Huracan

Enthusiasts appreciate Lamborghini for its unique and emotional driving experience. This Italian automaker has built some legendary models, and the new Lamborghini Huracan only continues that excellence. Furthermore, the V10 engine powering this sleek two-seater is ready to offer outstanding performance. With two different models, the Lamborghini Huracan certainly needs to be experienced first-hand.

An Italian car is the best in luxury and performance

Both drivers and passengers appreciate Italian cars’ luxury and performance. If you are looking for a new Italian car in 2022, these options above are hard to beat!


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