For years European sedans dominated the luxury car segment, but the rise of new Korean, Japanese and Chinese automakers gives us grounds to say that today, they will have to put up a real fight to keep their leading positions. Asian models are often cheaper, but still very well-crafted and their tech is arguably more advanced.

So, to everyone willing to expand their horizon of knowledge of exotic luxury autos from Asia, join us in this video review. Subscribe to #AutomotiveTerritoryDailyNews and we start the engines now!

#1 2022 Genesis G90

2022 Genesis G90 enters its 2nds generation with evolved styling, 2 wheelbase lengths and a 3.5L turbo V6 in 2 guises.

#2 2021 Hongqi H9

2021 Hongqi H9 is the brand’s flagship sedan that has Rolls-Royce inspired design, ultra-luxury cabin, and 2 engine choices, 2-liter turbo I4 and 3-liter V6.

#3 2022 Lexus LS

2022 Lexus LS remains largely uncharged this year, though it does get revised suspension setting and enhanced driver assists.

#4 2022 Nio ET7

In production since this March, the 2022 Nio ET7 is currently arriving to its first buyers in China, while by the end of 2022, the model is expected make it to Europe, marking the brand’s debut in several countries, including Germany.

#5 2022 BYD Han

The all-electric BYD Han EV is the new flagship model of the world’s second largest EV maker and the fourth largest car producer overall.

#6 2021 XPeng P7

2021 XPeng P7 adopts simple and sleek exterior design with frameless windows, a closed-off grille, and a full-width lightbar. It also offers multiple drivetrain configurations with 3 battery sizes.

#7 2022 Toyota Century

You would think that the same brand that sells a $20,000 Corolla, cannot be behind the executive sedan ridden by the Japanese Royalty. But this would be a terrible misjudgment of Toyota that is treated as a national treasure on its home market. The Century is a chauffeur driven ultra-luxury saloon.

#8 2022 Hongqi L5

The new generation of the Hongqi L5 sedan will be revealed as a 2023 model, and it is likely to acquire new, modern styling in line with the rest of the brand’s range. So for the fans of the old-school, the 2022 Hongqi L5 is probably the last chance to get the car in its original look.


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