The Official Program Guide of the Washington Auto Show DC 2022

02 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show F R OM T H E MAYO R Muriel Bowser Mayor of Washington, DC Dear Washington Auto Show Visitor: On behalf of the nearly 700,000 residents of Washington, DC, now that once again #DCisOpen, I am so happy to welcome you back to your nation’s capital and to our iconic and innovative Washington Auto Show at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. For almost two years now, life has been full of uncertainties, and the things we all enjoyed doing before the pandemic have seemed out of reach. But now, thanks to science and scientists, the efforts of DC Health, and all the members of our community who stepped up to get themselves and their families vaccinated, we can get back to the events and gatherings that bring us so much happiness and joy. The Washington Auto Show is one such event. Among the most popular annual events, and the largest public shows in our city, the Washington Auto Show is so much more than new cars and updated models. We look back on beautifully restored historic vehicles, cutting edge exhibits, and discussions with fellow car enthusiasts who are so excited to take in and enjoy all that is new in transportation design, engineering, and innovation. As you plan your visit to the Washington Auto Show, be sure to include visiting the many food, nightlife, and entertainment options nearby in our historic Shaw neighborhood and just blocks away in Chinatown, and in our vibrant and thriving downtown city center. Washington, DC is a beautiful and diverse, world-class city with something for everyone. We are a foodie city, a center for history and culture, and we are home to many championship professional sport teams. We are the District of Champions and the District of Comebacks! Please have a great time at the 2022 Washington Auto Show!

04 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show C HA I RMAN ’ S L E T T E R Dear Washington Area Car and Truck Enthusiasts, Welcome to The Washington Auto Show, one of the world’s largest and most celebrated automotive expos. Thank you for choosing to spend your day here with us. This show, which is proudly produced by the Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association (WANADA), is Washington, DC’s largest annual indoor event. As all our lives have been so heavily impacted by the COVID pandemic over last two years, we are excited to host you once again, with so many new experiences being offered this year. Learn about some of the breakthrough technology in cars today, including an array of Electric Vehicles (EV’s) in both our EV Pavilion and on-road driving experience. Even take some time to visit with some of the automakers and see their online digital platforms that make it possible today for you to make your next vehicle purchase from the comfort of your own home. As a lifelong native of this region, and the proud chairman of one of the region’s largest franchised auto dealer chains, I know first-hand how varied consumers’ automotive needs are, and we’ve created a lineup of vehicles that reflects the tremendous diversity of this region. With more than 600 new vehicles on display, from 35 different manufacturers, you will find a number of vehicles to fit your own personal transportation needs. No matter which car, truck, SUV, or crossover catches your eye today, all of WANADA’s more than 200 franchised auto dealers are ready to serve you. The Auto Show is an entirely sales-free environment, and we are proud of that; but once you decide you’re ready to lease or buy, or just want to learn more about some of the vehicles you experienced today, please visit any WANADA member dealership listed in the back of this program guide. We’re proud to be able to show you everything that the auto industry has to offer consumers in 2022, and we appreciate you being here with us. Thank you for attending the 2022 Washington Auto Show! Jamie Darvish DARCARS

08 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show 02 From the Mayor 04 Chairman’s Letter 10 Show Info 14 What’s New for 2022 22 Luxury on Wheels 27 U.S. News 2022 Best Cars for the Money Awards 32 North American Car, Truck and Utility of the Year Finalists 36 EV Pavilion, Powered by Electrify America 38 2022 Auto Show Features 44 The Electric Revolution 52 Vehicles on Display Top 10 67 WANADA Members PUBLISHER’S NOTICE: No part of this publication may be copied, reproduced, or transmitted in any other form or by any other means, electronic or mechanical, to any information storage or retrieval system without the expressed written consent of the Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association (WANADA). Any use other than for what it was intended, or reproduction of materials in the publication, must be with written consent of the WANADA. While every effort has been made to avoid mistakes in this publication, the publishers, WANADA, and their agents assume no liability whatsoever to anyone for any error or omission or for any damages of any kind which may arise from the publication or use of this directory. Please contact the WANADA office at (202) 237-7200, so that we can make the necessary changes to our database. For information regarding advertising with The Washington Auto Show, please contact Bob Storin at 202.237.7200 or MANAGERS Kayla Grams Caleb Tindal LAYOUT & DESIGN Katie Kruzel April Ortloff PROOFREADERS Victoria Luing Kristin Allman PUBLISHED FOR Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association 5301 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Suite #210 Washington, DC 20015 p. (202) 237-7200 PUBLISHED BY E&M Consulting, Inc. p. 800.572.0011 TAB L E O F C ON T E N T S

10 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show The 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show is produced by the Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association WANADA Chairman: George L. “Chip” Doetsch, III Washington, DC Auto Show Chairman: Jamshyd W. “Jamie” Darvish President and CEO: John O’Donnell Vice President and Assistant Producer: Joe Koch Vice President and Chief Financial Officer: Isabel Garcia Vice President of Marketing and Sponsorships: Bob Storin Executive Assistant: Kathy Teich Exposition Management: Yoffe Exposition Services Media Buying Service: Voice Media LLC Creative Agency: August Lang & Husak Public Relations Agency: Symmetry Contributing Writer: Les Jackson Designed by: E&M Consulting, Inc. Show site: Walter E. Washington Convention Center Participating Show Sponsors: Alexandria Transit Company (DASH), Electrify America, EVsmart, Hyundai, Metro, Pepco, State Farm, SpotHero, The Washington Post, Toyota, United States Senate Federal Credit Union Public Policy Day Sponsors: Arcimoto, Autos Drive America,, Michigan Economic Development Corporation, NADA, Pacific Consultants, U.S. News &World Report, Virginia Department of Transportation WANADA Member Reception Sponsors: Bank of America Merrill, BG Crovato Products & Services Exotic Car VIP Reception Sponsors: Jet It, The Keats Group at RBCWealth Management Show dates and hours: Friday, January 21, 12:00 noon to 10:00 pm Saturday, January 22, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm Sunday, January 23, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday, January 24, 12:00 noon to 9:00 pm Tuesday, January 25, 12:00 noon to 9:00 pm Wednesday, January 26, 12:00 noon to 9:00 pm Thursday, January 27, 12:00 noon to 9:00 pm Friday, January 28, 12:00 noon to 10:00 pm Saturday, January 29, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm Sunday, January 30, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Admission: Adults Saturday & Sunday—$15 Adults weekdays—$12 Children 6 to 12—$6 Children under 6—Free VIP Tour (includes show admission)—$45 Special Ticket Prices: Discounts are per qualified person and may not be combined with other discounts. All discounts are off adult ticket prices only. Student Day—January 21: $7 off with Student ID Military Tribute Day— January 25: Free with proper Military ID Throughout the Show (Box Office Only): Active & Veteran Military: $4 off—Weekdays $2 off—Weekends Metro: $2 off—Weekdays Only with SmarTrip Card Seniors (65+): $4 off—Weekdays / $2 off—Weekends Students: $4 off Weekdays Only S HOW I N F O

WHAT ’ S N EW F O R 2 0 2 2 14 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show CHEVROLET BOLT EUV The five-passenger Chevrolet Bolt EV gets a new and sleeker-looking Bolt EUV (Electric Utility Vehicle) companion for 2022. It’s about seven inches longer than the Bolt, an inch taller, and the distance between the front and rear wheels grows by about six inches. The EUV has a 10.2-inch touch-screen and an 8.0-inch digital gauge grouping. As with the regular Bolt, a commercial-grade Level 3 DC fastcharging station can reenergize the batteries to 80 percent of capacity in about an hour. Plugging it in for 30 minutes adds about 95 miles of range. CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06 For 2023, Chevrolet steps up the Corvette’s performance with a new performance model called the Z06, available in coupe and convertible. Its hand-built 5.5-liter LT6 V-8 engine revs to 8,600 rpm and makes 670 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. The Z06 therefore finds itself in supercar territory for an estimated bargain starting price of $90,000. The body is 3.6 inches wider, which means wider tires and more aggressive aerodynamics, and the structure has been reinforced to handle the added horsepower and extra dynamic loads during track outings. An eight-speed Tremec paddle-shift transmission is standard as are 20-inch front wheels and 21-inch rears.

2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 15 FORD BRONCO The retro-looking off-roader comes in two-and four-door models wih a 4x4 system with a two-speed, shift-on-the-fly transfer case. An optional system adds an on-demand auto mode that engages two- or four-wheel high range, depending on surface conditions. The base engine is a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder with 275 horsepower and a seven-speed manual transmission with a low-range crawl ratio is standard in most two-door trims with the four-cylinder engine, otherwise there’s a 10-speed automatic. There are six trim levels plus an available Sasquatch package that comes with added fender flares, a lifted suspension, Bilstein-brand shocks, front and rear locking differentials and 35-inch off-road tires. A Bronco Raptor model will join the lineup for the 2023 model year. FORD F-150 LIGHTNING EV Beneath the power-operated hood of the Lightning is a 14.1-cubicfoot stowage area (called a frunk) that holds up to 400 pounds. The propulsion system’s dual electric motors and lithium-ion batteries sit low enough so that the cab and standard 5.5-footlong bed offer the same volumes as that of the gasoline-powered F-150. Inside is a 12- or optional 15.5-inch touch-screen and an available Max Recline front seat with folding shifter and foldout worktable. With the standard battery pack, there’s 426 horsepower and a claimed maximum range of 230 miles. The optional battery pack boosts range to 300 miles and horsepower increases to 563. With the standard battery, maximum payload is 2,000 pounds; with the extended-range pack it’s 1,800, and towing capacity is 10,000 pounds versus 7,700. Ford’s 80-amp Charge Station Pro is included with the extended-range-battery models and provides 30 miles per charging hour. The available 9.6-kilowatt ProPower onboard generator provides 10 120-volt outlets, which is handy for a power-hungry job site or for camping.

16 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show FORD MAVERICK For nontraditional buyers, especially, the Maverick’s SuperCrew (crew cab) body style with four full doors and seating for five passengers makes it family friendly and practical. In fact, the Maverick is the least expensive Ford vehicle and is the entry model for the brand. Ford claims the Maverick can carry 18 4x8 sheets of three-quarter-inch plywood flat on the load floor, with the tailgate lowered, of course. The standard hybrid’s 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine teams with an electric motor to produce 191 horsepower teamed with a continuously variable transmission. Optional is a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 250 horsepower that’s mated to an eight-speed automatic. All-wheel-drive is available with the 2.0. The hybrid can tow up to 2,000 pounds, while the 2.0-liter is rated at 4,000 and is fitted with a factory towing package. Options are many. HYUNDAI IONIQ 5 ELECTRIC The Ioniq 5’s elongated distance between the front and rear wheels (four inches greater than the Hyundai Palisade utility vehicle) and wide doors should allow easy entry and exit for adult-size passengers. Inside, dual 12.0-inch displays dominate the otherwise uncluttered dashboard. The base single-motor rear-wheel-drive Ioniq 5 generates 225 horsepower. Moving up to the two-motor all-wheel-drive model and output increases to 320 horsepower. Hyundai estimates a 300-mile range for the single-motor Ioniq 5 and 269 miles for the AWD model. Towing capacity maxes out at 1,500 pounds. HYUNDAI SANTA CRUZ Hyundai’s five-passenger Santa Cruz Sport Adventure Vehicle is an engaging alternative to compact-sized utility vehicles, in which bulky and especially tall cargo can be more easily transported, along with up to five passengers. The vehicle’s four-foot bed contains an under-floor storage area for smaller items and a small cubby built into each side of the fender walls. A removable (and lockable) hard tonneau cover slides out on tracks from the far end of the bed. The base engine is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder with 191 horsepower and there’s an optional is a turbocharged 2.5 with 281 horsepower, and both utilize an eight-speed automatic transmission. The base tow rating is 3,500 pounds, while turbo models are rated at 5,000 pounds. All trims include an eight-inch touch-screen, 18-inch wheels and short list of active-safety technologies. JEEP WAGONEER AND GRAND WAGONEER For 2022, the Jeep Wagoneer and more luxurious Grand Wagoneer are at the top of the scale in terms of size, being significantly larger than the seven-passenger Jeep Grand Cherokee L. They use body-on-frame construction adapted from the Ram pickup, only with a rear independent suspension. Seating for up to eight passengers is standard, with dual second-row captain’s chairs available in both models. The Wagoneer gets a 5.7-liter V-8 and a 48-volt electric motor while the Grand Wagoneer has a 6.4-liter V-8 and both engines are mated to eight-speed automatic transmissions. All-wheel-drive is optional for the Wagoneer and standard in the Grand Wagoneer. Luxury abounds with quilted leather seats (power-reclining for all three rows), wood-grain interior trim, 23-speaker McIntosh-brand entertainment system and power-retractable running boards.

18 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show KIA SPORTAGE The automaker’s longest-serving nameplate in North America is destined to join the related Tucson as one of the roomiest models in its class. The new body, which is more than seven inches longer that the previous Sportage, manages to look more aggressive, yet handsome at the same time. The redesigned interior incorporates the driver’s gauges and the available 12.3-inch touch-screen within a single horizontal panel. A 187-horsepower four-cylinder engine (matched with an eight-speed automatic transmission) also comes standard. A new all-wheel-drive X-Pro model is designed for rugged off-road excursions. It gets all-terrain tires, 17-inch blackened wheels and projector-style LED fog lights and headlights. Ground clearance for both the front- and all-wheel-drive Sportage increases by 1.5 inches. LINCOLN NAVIGATOR While not totally new for 2022, the Lincoln Navigator has significantly evolved in both aesthetic and technical ways. New for 2022 is all new available ActiveGlide* technology that allows the driver to operate hands-free, while keeping your eyes on the road and is compatible on prequalified sections of divided highways called Hands-Free Blue Zones that make up more than 100,000 miles of North American road. Navigator is the first vehicle to offer massaging, heated and ventilated seats are available in the first and second rows. Front and rear styling have been updated, and the center touchscreen has been enlarged to 13.2 inches. KIA CARNIVAL Kia refers to the Carnival as an eight-passenger MPV, or multi-purpose vehicle. Max seating versions come with a sliding second-row mid-section that converts to a handy table. Each section of the standard three-person third-row split bench can be folded into the floor. The top-level trim has second-row power-reclining bucket “lounge” seats— heated and ventilated, of course—with footrests that make them ideal for private-jet-style snoozing on long journeys. There are dual power sunroofs, a 12-speaker Bose-brand audio system and a rear blind-spot video monitor that displays a side view when the turn signals are activated. The standard 3.5-liter V-6 produces 290 horsepower, directed to the front wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel-drive is not offered. KIA EV6 The new hatchback is built using the Hyundai/Kia E-GMP platform. The EV6 is slightly smaller than the Kia Sorento utility vehicle, but the distance between the front and rear wheels is equal to that of the eight-passenger Telluride. Extra-wide rear doors open to expose plenty of rear-seat space while twin 12.0-inch displays dominate the dashboard. A 58- or optional 77.4-kilowatt-hour battery is located in the floor. The base rear-wheel-drive, single-motor EV6 generates 226 horsepower. All-wheel-drive EV6s with front and rear electric motors are rated at 321 horses. Arriving in late 2022, the EV6 GT (also all-wheel-drive) comes with 576 horsepower. Kia says the GT will have an estimated 300-mile range and can sprint to 60 mph in less than 3.5 seconds.

2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 19 NISSAN ARIYA The second electric car in Nissan’s lineup arrives in late 2022 with more thrust and greater range than the current Leaf. The four-door, five-passenger hatchback (Nissan refers to it as a coupé) is significantly longer, lower and wider than the Leaf. There are two side-by-side 12.3-inch screens: One provides necessary driver info, including battery and charging status; the other runs the infotainment and navigation systems. A head-up driver’s display projects speed and directional info onto the windshield. The single-motor, front-wheel-drive Ariya is rated at 238 horsepower, and the all-wheel-drive model uses front and rear motors that produce a net 389 horsepower. There’s a base 63-kilowatt battery and an optional 87-kilowatthour battery, depending on the model. Nissan claims a maximum range of up to 300 miles. Nissan’s ProPilot 2.0 semi-autonomous driving system is standard in the Ariya. NISSAN Z The two-seat Nissan Z hatchback coupe’s design is clearly influenced by the original 240Z, especially the front, sides and the stretched roofline. The interior contains some nods to the past, in particular the deep-dish steering wheel and the trio of gauges atop the dashboard. Thrust is supplied by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 that was originally developed for the Infiniti Q50 and Q60 Red Sport brands and is rated at 400 horsepower. A six-speed manual transmission with rev-matching downshifts is standard, while a nine-speed automatic with paddle shifters is available. Launch-control is standard and other upgrades, which are part of the up-level Performance trim, include a sport-tuned suspension, front and rear spoilers, 19-inch lightweight Rays-brand wheels and heated power-adjustable seats with suede and leather seat coverings. SUBARU OUTBACK WILDERNESS Subaru has attached additional front, side and rear protective cladding to the off-road inspired Outback Wilderness. The Wilderness has 9.5 inches of ground clearance, which is about an inch more than the regular Outback, allowing the Wilderness to clamber over larger rocks and through deeper ditches. A protective front skid plate and 17-inch Yokohama allweather tires round out the package. Interior adjustments include water-repellent seat coverings, all-weather floor and cargo mats and brushed-aluminum pedals. Look for copper-colored accents on the rocker-panel plastics, roof rack, tow-hook covers and on the steering wheel and gear selector. Subaru’s turbocharged 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with 260 horsepower along with the accompanying continuously variable transmission (CVT) with paddle shifters. Subaru’s X-Mode all-wheel-drive system with driver-controlled Deep Snow/Mud mode is standard. SUBARU SOLTERRA Subaru and Toyota collaborated again, this time on electric vehicles. The Subaru Solterra will be all-wheel-drive only and will be about the size of the Subaru Forester. The Solterra’s front and rear motors produce a net 215 horsepower and deliver an estimated maximum range of 230 miles. Also included are selectable Eco, Normal and Power modes that adjust steering and drivetrain functions. An X mode alters the traction for each wheel in slippery conditions, and Grip Control maintains the vehicle at a constant pace during off-roading. A 12.3-inch information screen dominates the cabin. A rotary transmission shifter and wireless phone charger are positioned on top of an extra wide console with plenty of storage space.

20 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show TOYOTA BZ4X The automaker known for its decades-long hybrid history will introduce several battery-electrics under the bZ (beyond Zero) brand. First up will be the 2023 bZ4X hatchback wagon that’s scheduled to arrive by mid-2022. It’s roughly the same size as the Toyota RAV4 and its interior is referred to as “open concept,” with a modest digital gauge array, a giant touch-screen and top-positioned digital gauges dominating an otherwise empty dashboard. The base bZ4X comes with a 201-horsepower motor driving the front wheels. The optional two-motor all-wheel-drive version has an estimated net output of 214 horsepower. Maximum range is estimated by Toyota at 230 miles for the AWD version. The optional solar roof panel could increase that number slightly. TOYOTA COROLLA CROSS The new Corolla Cross should prove successful for Toyota as long as buyers who want tall wagons that can perform a multitude of tasks with a minimum of fuss over a broad range of weather and road conditions. The dominant grille heads prominent front and rear bulging fenders, and there’s plenty of protective darkened trim on the rocker panels and around the wheel openings. The cargo area behind the split-folding rear seat is about 20 percent less the RAV4’s, and the maximum towing capacity is 1,500 pounds. The interior is closely similar in style to the Corolla sedan and Hatchback. Under the hood is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 169 horsepower, mated to a continuously variable transmission. The optional allwheel-drive system can direct up to 50 percent of the torque to the rear wheels. Note that later in the 2022 model year, buyers will be able to specify an AWD hybrid, a system that’s currently available for the Corolla sedan.

Wagoneer Lexus LX-600 We love to surround ourselves in comfort and luxury, and vehicle manufacturers have catered to that desire for many decades.They’ve done a great job, and this year’s luxury vehicles are no exception. There will be a number of luxury vehicles to see firsthand here at TheWashington, DC Auto Show, and we encourage everyone to take the time to look them over. For sure, every one of them is gorgeous on the outside, but make certain you examine the interiors. That’s where the engineers, stylists and technicians have created the breathtaking combinations of visual appeal, materials, color, features and comfort that make up the “soul” of a luxury vehicle. We want to bring particular attention to luxury trucks!This segment has taken off in the past few years as buyers move from traditional “everyday” vehicles to trucks that cater to their active lifestyles. Manufacturers have noticed that trend and now add to the practical capabilities of pickups the same level of luxury that’s found in the finest of sedans, crossovers and SUVs. We’ve provided some photos of the interiors to show you what we mean, and you’re going to love them! Now it’s Found in All Types of Vehicles 22 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show L UXU RY ON WH E E L S

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If you’re in the market for a new car, you know how important it is to stick to a budget, but you also want to be sure that you like the car you buy. No matter how low the price is, a car that’s uncomfortable, underpowered or lacks the connectivity you’re looking for isn’t much of a deal. The U.S. News 2022 Best Cars for the Money Awards highlight the cars, SUVs and minivans that provide excellent long-term value and a top-notch ownership experience. The winners each offer the best combination of quality and value in their class. The awards cover 11 different automotive classes, so no matter what you’re looking for in a new vehicle, there’s a winner that will work for you. Five different brands won Best Car for the Money awards this year. Hyundai won the most awards with five, followed by Honda with three. Kia, Nissan and Toyota each won one. How We Measured Quality To measure a vehicle’s quality, we start with the U.S. News Best Car rankings. Unlike other publications, however, we don’t base the rankings on our own test drives and opinions. Instead, we collect and analyze every published, credible review of a given model. That analysis is combined with up-to-date safety and reliability data from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and J.D. Power. This method creates unbiased vehicle rankings that are driven by data. It also gives car shoppers a clear picture of what the experts in the automotive industry think about a given model. How We Measured Value A car’s impact on your budget doesn’t end when you sign on the dotted line and drive off the dealer’s lot. To capture a car’s value, we look at two things: the car’s cost at the dealership and the cost of keeping the car on the road. We get real-time pricing data for all the cars considered in our awards from our partner, TrueCar. Total ownership costs come from our partner, Vincentric, and include factors such as fuel costs, repair costs and insurance costs. The pricing and ownership costs data are then combined to get the measure of value we use in our Best Cars for the Money Awards. After all, a car may have a low price, but if it eats up your budget with insurance, fuel and repair costs while you own it, it’s no bargain. U . S . N EWS 2 0 2 2 BEST CARS FOR THE MONEY AWARDS T H E WI NN E R S Best 2-Row SUV for the Money: Hyundai Santa Fe The Hyundai Santa Fe notches its fifth Best Car for the Money award, beating much of the competition with an extremely competitive price and low projected ownership costs. In addition to some innovative features, like a rear-seat reminder, which can help keep parents from forgetting children and pets in the back seat, the Santa Fe has four USB ports, a 7-inch infotainment display, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This crossover also provides comfortable seating, a smooth ride and good fuel economy. 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 27

Best Subcompact SUV for the Money: Hyundai Kona Subcompact SUVs are exploding in popularity, and the fully redesigned Hyundai Kona is one of the best you can buy. The Kona has a small footprint, great fuel economy and straightforward infotainment features that include standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Composed handling and three engine options keep the driving experience fun, while an extralong powertrain warranty helps keep your repair and ownership costs low. Best 3-Row SUV for the Money: Kia Telluride With its low ownership costs and exceptional performance in our rankings, the Kia Telluride earns our 2022 Best 3-Row SUV for the Money award. Available with front- or all-wheel drive, the Telluride’s long powertrain warranty helps hold down repair costs for up to 10 years or 100,000 miles. Its roomy cabin provides seating for up to eight, and an ample cargo hold means that there’s space for everyone’s belongings. Even the base Telluride is very well-equipped, with a full suite of standard driver assistance features and a user-friendly infotainment system with a standard 10.25-inch touch screen. Best Compact Car for the Money: Honda Civic The Honda Civic wins its third Best Car for the Money award, and a quick look at the data makes it easy to see why. The fully redesigned Civic earns a top spot in our rankings and delivers the lowest ownership costs in its class. Great gas mileage helps keep fuel costs in check, while controlled handling also means that the Civic is a small car that’s fun to drive. It’s loaded with standard tech and safety features too, including Android Auto/ Apple CarPlay, adaptive cruise control and automatic high-beam headlights. Best Compact SUV for the Money: Hyundai Tucson The Hyundai Tucson is fully redesigned for 2022, and these updates help the Tucson win its second Best Compact SUV for the Money award. The Tucson offers a competitive price and low ownership costs. A long powertrain warranty also helps keep repair costs down. Meaningful updates for 2022 helped the Tucson secure a top spot in our compact SUV rankings. A composed ride and handling make the Tucson an agreeable companion on your daily commute, while a spacious, high-quality cabin means that your passengers will also enjoy the ride. Best Hybrid and Electric Car for the Money: Hyundai Elantra Hybrid When it comes to hybrid cars, it’s tough to find a better value than the Hyundai Elantra Hybrid. Exceptional fuel economy makes the Elantra Hybrid a frugal choice on the open road, while a long powertrain warranty and competitive price help deliver low ownership costs. The Elantra Hybrid isn’t just about cost-cutting, however. It delivers excellent power, a spacious cabin and a comprehensive list of standard features, including wireless Android Auto. 28 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show

Best Subcompact Car for the Money: Nissan Versa The Nissan Versa wins its second Best Car for the Money award, with a competitive price, low ownership costs and strong performance in our subcompact car rankings. It delivers a comfortable ride, good fuel economy and impressive trunk space for the class. The cabin features quality materials and good fit and finish, and desirable safety features such as forward collision warning come standard with every Versa. Best Large Car for the Money: Toyota Avalon For the second year in a row, the Toyota Avalon is the winner of our Best Large Car for the Money award, marking its fourth victory overall. This large car ranks very well in its class and provides exceptional value with the lowest projected cost of ownership in the segment. It also offers a robust V6 engine, an impressively upscale interior and excellent head—and legroom in both rows. Additionally, it comes equipped with a multitude of standard safety and technology features. Best Minivan for the Money: Honda Odyssey Minivans are excellent at moving people and their stuff, but they often come with jaw-dropping price tags. Not the Honda Odyssey, which wins the Best Minivan for the Money award for the second year in a row and the sixth time overall. The Odyssey has an affordable base price and earns a top position in our minivan rankings. It delivers plenty of space, intuitive technology features and a smooth, comfortable ride. Best Hybrid and Electric SUV for the Money: Hyundai Tucson Hybrid If you think that all hybrids have to be cramped econo-cars, the all-new 2022 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid, the Best Hybrid and Electric SUV for the Money, will likely prove you wrong. The Tucson Hybrid offers engaging performance without compromising on interior space or features. It’s priced very competitively for a hybrid SUV, and a long powertrain warranty helps keep repair and ownership costs low. The base model even comes standard with desirable tech features such as wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Best Midsize Car for the Money: Honda Accord For the first time since the award was introduced, the Honda Accord wins the Best Midsize Car for the Money award. The Accord is always one of the best midsize cars on the market, and for good reason. It has a fair price, and the Accord’s reliability rating means that repair costs are low. It also gets great fuel economy. The 2022 Accord features a roomy, upscale cabin with features like Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and an 8-inch touch screen. Standard safety features include lane departure warning, forward collision warning and adaptive cruise control. 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 29

32 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show Every year, those of us putting together TheWashington, DC Auto Show Program try to prognosticate which vehicles will be judged as the best car, truck and utility. Sometimes we guess correctly and sometimes not, but there’s no doubt the winners will deserve their titles. As usual, the nonprofit NACTOY awards are judged by a group of 50 jurors from a diverse slate of automotive publications including online, print, radio and television. Representatives of the organization announced its 2022 finalistsWednesday, November 17, 2021 at the start of the Los Angeles Auto Show. The finalists for Car of the Year include the 2022 Honda Civic, fresh from a major redesign and loaded with features. There’s also the Lucid Air, a gorgeous new electric luxury sedan that is just starting to make its way to customers and offers impressive range. Rounding out the list are the Mk VIII Volkswagen Golf and Golf R twins, which have a long-time following from enthusiasts. The 2022Truck of theYear finalists include the Ford Maverick and the Hyundai Santa Cruz, two unibody pickups that have received wide praise. The Rivian R1T also fills out the field as it continues to impress the reviewers as well as automotive enthusiasts. Lastly, the Utility Vehicle of theYear finalists are the Ford Bronco SUV, the very attractive Genesis GV70 luxury SUV and the allelectric Hyundai Ioniq 5. NO RT H AME R I CAN CAR , T R U C K AND U T I L I T Y O F T H E Y E AR F I NA L I S T S Honda Civic Hatchback WHO WILL TAKE THE TITLES?

2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 33 Ford Maverick Hyundai Ioniq5 Ford Bronco Family Lucid Air

34 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show Volkswagen GOlf GTI Hyundai Santa Cruz Rivian R1T Genesis GV70

The 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show features an all-new EV Pavilion, where you can browse our extensive displays of battery-powered vehicles and sustainable buses, all powered by Electrify America. There’s something for everyone, from luxury carmakers like Karma & Bentley, to something most of us can get into like the all-newToyota bZ4X. There are even some things you’ve probably never seen before like the latest FUVs (“Fun Utility Vehicles”) from groundbreaking manufacturer Arcimoto! THE FUTURE IS ELECTRIC! 36 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show E V PAV I L I ON , P OWE R E D B Y E L E C T R I F Y AME R I CA

Test drive an electric vehicle while you’re at the show! Visit Pepco in Rotunda A to register for an EV test drive. While you’re there, learn about Pepco’s EVsmart rebates, tools, and information you will need to charge faster, smarter, and more conveniently than ever before. Visit the Electric Vehicle section of to learn more about EVs with Pepco’s EV Toolkit. Use our savings calculators to compare the cost of gas versus electric vehicles, review the latest EV brands and models, learn the basics of EV charging, and view state and federal tax incentives. EVsmart is your onestop shop for all things EV! 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 37 E V SMART R I D E & D R I V E

The popular Exotic Car Display returns for 2022 with even more eye-popping, mouth-watering models than ever before. Feast your eyes and your imagination on the best and brightest from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Bentley, McLaren, Rolls Royce and more, courtesy of Competizione, Exclusive Automotive Group, and Sterling Motorcars. E XOT I C CAR D I S P L AY 38 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show

In partnership with Automotive Rhythms, a trendsetting urban automotive media group spearheaded by enthusiast Kimatni D. Rawlins, ART-of-Motion is an avant-garde design experience that befits the culture and imagination of the metro DC area. The cutting-edge art display will feature experiential graphics, painted automobiles in realtime, custom motorcycles and sports cars, dynamic murals, and local artist exhibits. The highly notable group will showcase their talents in ART-of-Motion, including nationally celebrated painter Shawn Mitchell Perkins aka “SP the Plug, Matt Long, Josue of the Corinto Gallery at the National Harbor, and Juan Pineda of Criomatic. More importantly, expect to see new vehicles and bikes from Nissan, Toyota, Hyundai, Harley-Davidson, and Kia transformed into mobile works of art. 40 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show 2 0 2 2 WAS H I NG TON , D C AU TO S HOW R E T U RN S WI T H T H E 6T H ANNUA L “ART- O F -MOT I ON ” V I S UA L & C U S TOM AU TO E XH I B I T I ON

The Washington, DC Auto Show is again proud to partner with Subaru of America and local animal shelters to host the second annual “Subaru Loves Pets” adoption event! Together, our goal is to find loving homes for the many animals in need in the community. As the largest corporate sponsor of the ASPCA®, Subaru has donated over $30 million to the organization and impacted the lives of more than 250,000 pets nationwide, including pets with special needs. This adoption event is a part of the Subaru Loves Pets initiative, which is dedicated to improving the safety and well-being of animals in communities nationwide and to ultimately get animals out of shelters and into loving homes. Since Subaru began hosting adoption events at auto shows in 2018, over 200 pets have been adopted and countless local shelters supported. For more information on Subaru Loves Pets, please visit S U BAR U L OV E S P E T S 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 41

The Washington Area Hyundai Dealers, The Washington Auto Show, Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Children’s National are once again partnering to fight pediatric cancer through Hyundai Hands on Hope at the 2022 Washington Auto Show, with a total charitable commitment of $100,000! In addition to driving off in a new Hyundai for themselves, the winning contestant’s medical center will receive a $60,000 pediatric cancer research grant, moving us ever closer to a cure for pediatric cancer. The runnerup medical center will be awarded a $40,000 pediatric cancer research grant. HYUNDA I HAND S - ON HO P E 42 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show

2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 43 On Friday, January 21, attendees with a valid student ID will receive a discounted admission price of $7 per ticket! January 21st is the Washington, DC Auto Show’s opening day, so students from our area high schools and universities will be among the first to take in the sights and sounds of the 2022 show! This discount offer is valid for badge-holders of any K-12 school, college or university. M I L I TARY T R I B U T E DAY In honor of the dedicated service of U.S. troops,TheWashington, DC Auto Show is proud to present MilitaryTribute Day onTuesday, January 25, 2020. All active-duty and veteran military personnel who present a valid military ID (or DD214 with a photo ID) will be granted free admission on that day! S T UD E N T DAY

HISTORY IS REPEAT ING I TSELF T H E E L E C T R I C R E VO L U T I ON In 1900, electric vehicles outsold all other types of cars. In fact, about 38 percent of all 4,192 cars produced in the U.S. that year were electric, according to the American Census.The total value of electric cars sold was more than gasoline and steam powered cars combined that year. By the beginning of the second decade of the 20th Century, a total of 33,842 electric cars were registered in the United States, and the U.S. became the country where electric cars had gained the most acceptance. Over 80 manufacturers produced electrics before either switching to internal combustion, merging with other manufacturers or ceasing business operations. Several manufacturers of electrics like Baker, Detroit and Milburn continued to sell models into the early 1930s. Internal combustion ruled the remainder of the century but, by the 1960s, most of the world’s cities were choking in pollution from tailpipes. Emissions regulations were phased in, and by 1973, the nation’s vehicles were getting noticeably cleaner. However, research by EPA, NASA and labs around the world showed that burning fossil fuels by all sources was contributing to an increase in global temperature, so in 1976, Congress took action and passed the Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Research, Development, and Demonstration Act, which authorized the Energy Department to support research and development in electric and hybrid vehicles. We all know what’s happened to the global climate in the decades since then, and the world’s auto manufacturers have spent the time investing in research and development of electric and electrified vehicles. Here we are in 2022, and nearly every automobile manufacturer offers at least one model of battery electric, hybrid or hydrogen fuel cell (electric) vehicle. At the moment, car buyers in the U.S. can choose from 35 battery electric cars, SUVs and trucks! We have a number of them on display here atTheWashington, DC Auto Show, so make sure you take a good look, and please be sure to stop by the EV Pavilion, powered by Electrify America.The EV Pavilion at the 2022Washington, DC features all things electric, vehicles and much more.You certainly won’t want to miss the interactive and educational display from our friends at Electrify America, the official electric vehicle charging provider of theWashington, DC Auto Show. Car-buying enthusiasts will also be able to take EVs out for a spin through the streets of DC. Just register at the EVsmart display and then enjoy the ride! 44 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show Hyundai Kona Electric

2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 45 Kia EV6 Audi: e-tron; e-tron GT; RS e-tron GT; Q4 e-tron BMW: BMW i4, iX Chevrolet: Bolt EV and EUV; Silverado EV Hummer: ElectricTruck and SUV Ford: Mustang Mach-E, Lightning Hyundai: Kona Electric, Ioniq Electric Jaguar: I-PACE Kia: Niro EV, EV6 Lucid: Air Dream, Air GrandTouring, AirTouring, Air Pure MINI: Mini Electric Nissan: Leaf, Ariya Rivian: R1T, R1S Porsche: Taycan Volvo: X40 Recharge, Polestar 2 Tesla: Model X, Model S, Model 3, ModelY Volkswagen: ID.4 BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLES ON SALE IN 2022 Nissan Ariya

46 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show Mustang Mach E GT Hyundai Kona Electric Ford F-150 Lightning Nissan Leaf Chevrolet Bolt EUV

2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 47 Nissan Leaf

48 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show BACK ROW (L TO R): Robert Hager, Ourisman of Virginia; Alex Perdikis, Koons of Silver Spring; Robert Farrell, Penske Automotive; Gordon Riddle, Brown Automotive Group; Kevin Farrish, Farrish of Fairfax; Geoffrey Pohanka, Pohanka Auto Group; Joe Sanchez, Bomnin Chevrolet Manassas; Jim Gramm, Safford Auto Group. FRONT ROW (L TO R): John Altman, Beyer Auto Group; Kevin Reilly, Alexandria Hyundai (immediate past chairman); Chip Doetsch, Apple Ford/Lincoln (chairman); John O’Donnell, WANADA; Ralph Mastantuono, Mercedes-Benz of Alexandria. NOT PICTURED: Jamshyd W. “Jamie” Darvish, DARCARS; Damon Lester, Nissan of Bowie; JimWillard, Euro Motorcars Bethesda; Tom Parsons, B&R Associates; Tim Lynch, Offit Kurman. WANADA B OAR D O F D I R E C TO R S 2 0 2 1–2 2 WANADA B OAR D O F D I R E C TO R S George “Chip” L. Doetsch, III, Apple Ford/Lincoln Jamshyd “Jamie” W. Darvish, DARCARS John Altman, Don Beyer Automotive Group Gordon Riddle, Brown Automotive Group Kevin P. Reilly, Alexandria Hyundai Ralph L. Mastantuono, Mercedes Benz of Alexandria Geoff Pohanka, Pohanka Automotive Group Richard A. Patterson, RRR Automotive James Gramm, Safford Automotive Kevin Farrish, Farrish of Fairfax Robert Farrell, Penske Automotive Robert Hager, Ourisman of Virginia Tom Parsons, B&R Associates Joe Sanchez, Bomnin Chevrolet Manassas Alex Perdikis, Koons of Silver Spring Jim Willard, Euro Motorcars Bethesda Damon Lester, Nissan of Bowie John O’Donnell, WANADA Tim Lynch, General Counsel 2 0 2 1–2 2 WANADA E X E C U T I V E D I R E C TO R S George “Chip” L. Doetsch, III, Chairman Jamshyd “Jamie” W. Darvish, Vice Chairman, Auto Show Chairman John Altman, Secretary Gordon Riddle, Treasurer Ralph L. Mastantuono, Insurance Committee Chairman Kevin P. Reilly, Immediate Past Chairman Geoff Pohanka, NADA Director Richard A. Patterson, Chairman Emeritus John O’Donnell, President & CEO Tim Lynch, General Counsel AU TO S HOW C OMM I T T E E John Bowis, Chevy Chase Cars John Ourisman, Ourisman Honda Jamie Darvish, DARCARS Robert Fogarty, Jr., Sport Automotive Chip Doetsch, Apple Ford Bob Biagi, Ourisman of Virginia John O’Donnell, WANADA

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52 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show V E H I C L E S ON D I S P L AY TO P 1 0 ACURA INTEGRA Honda’s upscale division will retire the aged ILX compact sedan after the 2022 model year and replace it with a new model with an even older name (that was last used in 1999). The upcoming front-wheel-drive Integra won’t go on sale until the second quarter of 2022, but it should be worth the wait!

2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 53 ACURA MDX The newest iteration of Acura’s cornerstone utility vehicle arrived in early 2021 as a 2022 model. The MDX continues to provide room for up to seven passengers across three rows of seats.

54 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show V E H I C L E S ON D I S P L AY TO P 1 0 HONDA CIVIC The changes and updates to the Civic aren’t earth shattering, but they do improve on what is already one of the best looking and best performing vehicles in its class!

56 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show V E H I C L E S ON D I S P L AY TO P 1 0 HYUNDAI TUCSON With a more substantial presence, both physically and stylistically, the 2022 Tucson becomes a greater force in a competitive segment and will attract a wider swath of utility and crossover buyers. Once one of the smallest in its class, the Tucson now one-ups most of the competition in key dimensions, including cargo and passenger room. This beautiful car is a model of cleanslate, uncluttered simplicity.

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58 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show V E H I C L E S ON D I S P L AY TO P 1 0 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE The fifth generation of the Jeep’s venerable wagon actually arrived for the 2021 model year, but with—surprise—three rows of seats, a longer body and a Grand Cherokee L badge affixed to the body. The previous five-passenger Grand Cherokee carried over for 2021 but is being replaced for 2022. The five-passenger Grand Cherokee is also available as a plug-in hybrid.

60 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show V E H I C L E S ON D I S P L AY TO P 1 0 LEXUS LX Complete remakes of the all-wheel-drive, luxury-class LX utility vehicle don’t occur very often, but when they do, the alterations are substantial. The new fourth-generation LX 600 flagship arrives with a new and more rigid body-on-frame chassis that also underpins the 2022 Toyota Tundra pickup. The body panels are also new, although the overall design should be familiar to longtime fans.

62 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show LEXUS NX The second smallest of the brand’s five utility vehicles has received a major overhaul, although you might never guess by its appearance that it’s similar to the outgoing NX. Lexus reshaped the grille and body panels and added more rake to the windshield for improved aerodynamics. The NX uses the same architecture as the Toyota RAV4 and is similar in size. The updated dashboard includes a larger touch-screen that’s angled toward the driver. V E H I C L E S ON D I S P L AY TO P 2 0

2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 63 POLESTAR 2 This Volvo brand is developing a line of upscale electric vehicles, many of which will be built at the automaker’s facility in South Carolina. The all-wheel-drive Polestar 2 compact hatchback was launched for 2021 as a follow-up to the limited-edition Polestar 1 coupe. For 2022, the front-wheel-drive Polestar 2 has been added and is a beauty!

64 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show V E H I C L E S ON D I S P L AY TO P 1 0 SUBARU WRX The all-wheel-drive Subaru WRX and rally-bred WRX STI sedans are in the same performance class as the Volkswagen Golf GTI and the Golf R, the Hyundai Veloster N and Honda’s Civic Si and Type R models. For 2022, the WRX has a more rigid platform and a lower center of gravity. The new bodywork consists of lightweight aluminum fenders that are flared and surrounded by protective cladding. Returning is the rally-inspired signature hood scoop that directs cool air into the engine compartment.

66 | 2022 Washington, DC Auto Show V E H I C L E S ON D I S P L AY TO P 1 0 TOYOTA TUNDRA Image is everything in the full-size pickup class, and Toyota’s beefy built-in-America Tundra certainly looks the part of a tough workhorse with its broad shoulders and massive grille. Backing that up is a reengineered ladder frame to improve structural rigidity and towing capability. A new independent rear suspension replaces the solid rear axle. For 2022, the 5.7-liter V-8 has been replaced by a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-6.

2022 Washington, DC Auto Show | 67 WANADA MEMB E R S AC U RA Chevy Chase Acura 7725 Wisconsin Avenue Bethesda, MD 20814-3521 ph. (301) 656-9200 Pohanka Acura 13911 Lee Jackson Highway Chantilly, VA 20151-2901 ph. (703) 968-6600 Rosenthal Acura 623 North Frederick Avenue Gaithersburg, MD 20879-3306 ph. (301) 840-9333 A L FA R OME O Criswell Maserati Alfa Romeo 19570 Amaranth Drive Germantown, MD 20874-1202 ph. (240) 364-7300 Ferrari Maserati Alfa Romeo of Washington 45235 Towlern Place Dulles, VA 20166-2506 ph. (703) 478-3606 Safford Maserati Alfa Romeo of Tysons Corner 8448 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA 22182-2403 ph. (571) 565-2500 AS TON MART I N Exclusive Automotive Group 8550 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA 22182-2213 ph. (703) 712-8324 www.exclusive AUD I Audi Bethesda 7015 Arlington Road Bethesda, MD 20814 ph. (240) 762-5700 Audi Chantilly 14839 Stonecroft Center Court Chantilly, VA 20151-1738 ph. (703) 956-2100 Audi of Arlington 3200 Columbia Pike Arlington, VA 22204-4306 ph. (703) 739-7460 Audi of Tysons 8598 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA 22182-2203 ph. (703) 564-6200 Audi Silver Spring 3151 Automobile Boulevard Silver Spring, MD 20904 ph. (301) 847-2200 Ourisman Motors of Frederick, Inc. 6001 Urbana Pike Frederick, MD 21704-7204 ph. (301) 662-7600 B E N T L E Y Exclusive Automotive Group 8550 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA 22182-2213 ph. (703) 712-8324 www.exclusive BMW BMW of Alexandria 499 South Pickett Street Alexandria, VA 22304-4705 ph. (703) 684-8500 BMW of Fairfax 8427 Lee Highway Fairfax, VA 22031-2212 ph. (703) 245-3922 BMW of Owings Mills 9702 Reisterstown Road Owings Mills, MD 21117 ph. (410) 902-8700 BMW of Rockville 1300 Rockville Pike Rockville, MD 20852-1412 ph. (301) 984-8989 BMW of Silver Spring 3211 Automobile Boulevard Silver Spring, MD 20904-4909 ph. (301) 890-3030 BMW/MINI/ Rolls-Royce Motorcars/ Lamborghini of Sterling 21710 Auto World Circle Sterling, VA 20166-9283 ph. (571) 434-1944 Passport BMW 5050 Auth Way Marlow Heights, MD 20746-4205 ph. (301) 423-2700 B U I C K Fitzgerald Buick GMC 5501 Nicholson Lane Rockville, MD 20852 ph. (301) 770-3300 Joyce Koons Honda Buick GMC 10660 Automotive Drive Manassas, VA 20109-2643 ph. (703) 366-9100 King Buick GMC 16200 Frederick Road Gaithersburg, MD 20877-4023 ph. (301) 948-9111 Koons Tysons Chevy Buick GMC 2000 Chain Bridge Road Vienna, VA 22182-2531 ph. (703) 356-0400 Lindsay Buick GMC 250 West Shirley Avenue Warrenton, VA 20186-3009 ph. (540) 347-3341 Ourisman Chevrolet Buick GMC of Alexandria 1800 Old Richmond Highway Alexandria, VA 22303-1858 ph. (703) 329-1300 www.chevrolet Winegardner Buick GMC 15113 Crain Highway Brandywine, MD 20613-8022 ph. (301) 372-8900