- The 1956 Jaguar D-Type was awarded the 2022 Rolex Best of Show and admitted into the Rolex Circle of Champions alongside the event’s individual class winners.
- Rolex presented an Oyster Perpetual Datejust 41 to William Pope, owner of the headline car.
- Reflecting on this year’s event, Jenson Button, the 2009 FIA Formula 1 ® Drivers’ World Champion, who recently joined the Rolex family of Testimonees, says:
“The Quail is such a special occasion and one that I always look forward to. This year it has been particularly wonderful, seeing everyone coming together to celebrate such a unique variety of beautiful cars, both old and new. As a racing driver, I love Rolex’s deep-rooted connection to this event and motor sport more generally, it really is a relationship which stands the test of time.”
- Czinger debuted the Longtail 21C V Max, Gordan Murray unveiled the T.33 and T.50 supercars on American soil, while Rolls-Royce presented its new Phantom Series II.
- Specialty manufacturers Cyan Racing, Singer, RUF, Hennessey and Gunther Werks showcased new limited-production ultra-high-performance vehicles.
- Bugatti, Maserati, Lamborghini, McLaren, Acura, Cadillac, Lucid, Rimac and others also had their latest exotics, hypercars, luxury vehicles and electric cars on display.
- The Spirit of The Quail Award was given to a 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Bertone Sprint Coupe owned by Dick Mcclure of California.
- The 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona owned by Stefano Natoli of California earned the Hagerty Drivers Foundation & Preservation Award.
- The Octane Editor’s Choice Award was awarded to a 1959 Citroën Squall Prototype “The French BAT” owned by Thomas Hale of Connecticut.
- Mike Vietro of California took home the ArtCenter College of Design Award with his 1963 Chevrolet Corvette.
- The Car Park Concours de Quailegance Award was given to a 1967 Oilstainlab “Half11” owned by Iliya and Nikita Bridan of Canada.