5 Cars Discontinued in 2022

2023 Dodge Charger and Challenger

The tree is trimmed, the champagne is chilled, and the calendar is ready for a trip to the trash. 2022 is coming to an end. It’s an opportunity to think about the year ahead, but it’s bad news for a few cars that either end this year or are heading to my uncle’s farm upstate next year. Without further ado, let’s see which cars are heading to the chopping block.

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Ford’s latest supercar is complete. The GT was originally planned for only 250 of his from 2016, but demand justified Ford to increase production by more than 1000 he had originally planned. But all good things come to an end, and GT is no exception.Ford reveals a send-off model for public roads When A track-only variant with some serious changes to the GT. This V6 Scorcher of his has a solid pedigree of race winning, the drama of at least one of his pro wrestler-turned-actors, and its name association with Ford’s legendary GT40.

Like the Ford GT, Acura brought the beloved NSX nameplate back from the grave for 2016 with a modern twist. Despite speculation of his NSX with a V10, the folks at Honda and Acura have unleashed a reborn NSX with a V6 hybrid powertrain. There was some misgivings about that decision, but the NSX proved to be a fun sport machine that lives up to its nameplate legacy. Just five years later, his NSX puts the nameplate back into hibernation at the end of this model year.

The Kia Stinger is the rear-wheel-drive sports sedan every enthusiast has wanted. This adventurous four-door of his followed the classic formula of yesteryear when it was launched in 2017. Kia has officially announced that the Stinger will be discontinued after his 2023 model year. The South Korean automaker will launch a special tribute edition. This limits him to 1000 cases worldwide.

Dodge Charger & Challenger

Earlier this year, Dodge announced the end of the much-loved current-generation Charger and Challenger models. Like the Kia Stinger, these models will run until his 2023, though it’s not officially written. In 2008, Dodge’s Challenger brought back the legendary nameplate that had been dormant since his 1983. Of course, we all know that this Challenger took inspiration from his legendary E-Body pony car, rather than reviving his ’80s version. While the Challenger is gone, the folks at Dodge are sending it off in style with a special Last Call model. More importantly, who thinks the Challenger is gone for good? That sedan his platform mate, the Charger, came out in his 2011, but departs at the same time as the Challenger.

This may not be as exciting as Ford shelving the GT or Dodge Challenger goodbye, but the Honda Insight deathPioneering the hybrid era alongside Toyota’s Prius, this car was born more than 20 years ago, but the latest model was launched in 2018. Despite the relatively short production period, the Insight four-door is making good progress. Unlike almost every other product on this list, the Insight has low brand recognition, so it’s probably the least likely to come back later. Yes, which effectively claimed Insight’s fame.

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