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Fastest SUVs of 2022

Quite why anyone needs a rapid SUV is rather open to debate, but clearly, there’s a demand for rocket-powered tower blocks. Here is the pick of the fastest SUV models in the UK; the ten best cars for squashing your family up against the backs of their seats…

alfa-romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio

1. Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio

9/10
carwow price from
£881* / month (£74,265)
tesla Model X

2. Tesla Model X

8/10
Battery range up to 351 miles
porsche Cayenne

3. Porsche Cayenne

8/10
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£815* / month
bmw X6 M Competition

4. BMW X6M Competition

8/10
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£1,798* / month (£115,702)
audi RS Q8

5. Audi RSQ8

8/10
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£1,422* / month (£108,513)
mercedes GLC 63 AMG

6. Mercedes GLC 63 AMG

8/10
carwow price from
£92,038
ford Mustang Mach-E

7. Ford Mustang Mach-E GT

8/10
Battery range up to 379 miles
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£610* / month
maserati Levante

8. Maserati Levante

7/10
carwow price from
£814* / month
lamborghini

9. Lamborghini Urus

aston-martin

10. Aston Martin DBX

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This answer is ever-slightly an ‘it depends…’ one. It depends on whether the Tesla Model X Plaid can meet its claimed 2.6 seconds 0-60mph time when it’s independently tested. If it can, then it’s the fastest by quite some margin. If not, then it’s a tie between the Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT and the Aston Martin DBX 707 at 3.3 seconds, but remember that Porsche tends to under-estimate its cars’ 0-60mph times…

There’s an easy winner here — it’s the Hyundai Kona N. Borrowing the 280hp 2.0-litre turbo engine from the frankly brilliant i30 N hot hatch, the Kona N will get you from 0-60mph in just 5.5secs, and it has a starting price of just £35,820. That should be quick enough for little enough.