The 2014 Infinity QX80 and the 2016 Lexus RX 450h are two cars that use 22-inch rims. Both are high-performance four-wheel drive sports utility vehicles.
Powered by an eight-cylinder engine that is capable of displacing 339 cubic inches of air at a compression ratio of 10.80:1, the 2014 Infinity QX80 produces up to 400 horsepower at 5,800 rpm. The car is able to accelerate from zero to 60 in 6.3 seconds and can cover a quarter-mile in 14.95 seconds at 90.26 mph. It features auto-levelling suspension for the rear wheels, independent double wishbone suspension for the front wheels, and coil springs for both the front and the rear wheels. With a fuel tank that can hold 26 gallons of gasoline, the car gets 14 miles per gallon in cities and 20 mpg in highways.
Able to displace 211 cubic inches of air at a compression ratio of 13.0:1, the six-cylinder engine of the Lexus produces 295 horsepower at 6,300 rpm and 267 pounds-feet torque at 4,700 rpm. The RX 450h features a DOHC valvetrain, VVT-i variable valve control, electronic ignition and CVT automatic transmission. The car has independent strut suspension with an anti-roll bar for the front wheels and independent double wishbone suspension with an anti-roll bar for the rear wheels. Gas-pressurized rear shocks, speed-sensing electronic power-assist steering and four ABS channels come as standard.