Pretty much all insurers are raising premiums. Parts hit by inflation, double whammy on labor increases (at the carrier and at the shop). Overall fewer miles being driven results in less proficient drivers results in more accidents results in more claims.
By law, insurers have to maintain a certain level of cash reserves to pay for losses and the actuarial tables are having to be rewritten to account for the last two years.
A new vehicle may or may not impact insurance. Back in 2019 I bought a new SUV to replace a 5yo car and insurance went down though the SUV was worth 4x the car. Last fall, I replaced a 6yo SUV with a car and insurance jumped. I suspect the latest vehicle jump was caused due to all the crash avoidance sensors and lane departure features. I've heard those windshields are very expensive to replace and must be "programmed" plus any minor accident isn't just damaging a bumper.