2022sday

Welcome back to my weekly series where we profile cars that came out in years ending with 2. We have profiled cars from the beginning in 1892 all the way until last week where we looked back on 2012. Unfortunately this entry will be the last of the 2sday series as all years ending in 2 thus far have been covered.

However, instead of recapping all of the previous posts, I choose to take this one as a look ahead. 2022 isn’t as far away as we think. What will cars look like then? What features will they have? Will they be autonomous?

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Nike drew up the ONE concept for Gran Turismo 4 in 2005. The idea being a car powered by human energy and “estimated” a production year of 2022. I don’t really know how feasible such a car would be, but the commute to and from work would be very tiring.

So Oppo as I conclude this series, what do you think the car of 2022 will look like, or what features will we see implemented in cars?

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Below is a directory of all 2sday articles for your enjoyment. It is interesting to see how cars have changed through the years, just from the thumbnails

1892:

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1902:

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1912:

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1922:

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1932:

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1942:

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1952:

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1962:

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1972:

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1982:

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1992:

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2002:

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2012:

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