Electric vehicles and cars that are expected to come in near future

Every year we are seeing automakers add more electric vehicles to their lineup and it’s mostly because of the environmental impact of the petroleum-based transportation infrastructure during the last few decades. And along with the fear of peak oil, the future led to renewed interest in an electric transportation infrastructure today. So, we listed the electric vehicles for you which are expected to come out in near future.

1- Aspark Owl (2021)

“Body, chassis, and much of the components entirely made by top-level carbon fiber materials, extremely powerful four electric motors, a unique torque vectoring system, an exclusive battery system, and a handmade premium interior. The full-electric hypercar Owl is a compendium of state-of-the-art technology, design, and functionality, mixed with a genuine passion for beauty.”

  • from 0 to 60 mph in 1.69 seconds.
  • 4 PMSM that produce 2012 horsepower (1480 kW)
  • Battery pack for a range of up to 450 km.
  • The top speed is 400 km/h
  • expected price: $3.2 million

2- Audi e-Tron GT (2021)

The electric vehicle model had its premiere in November 2020, to emphasize the pre-production character, gaining a characteristic black and gray veneer with orange accents and overlays on the alloy wheels. The car shares technical components with the related Porsche Taycan, just like it; despite the sporty coupe-style silhouette. Audi claims its capable of 249 miles on a single charge and it also supports 150-kW fast-charging capability.

  • from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds
  • maximum of 250 km/h
  • a 93.4 kWh battery with two electric motors producing a total output of 646 hp
  • expected price: $163,000.

3- Audi Q4 e-Tron (2021)

The Q4 e-Tron is a four-door all-electric crossover SUV. According to Audi, the use of VW’s MEB platform should improve its affordability. It’ll be the first Audi to use Volkswagen’s MEB modular electric vehicle platform.

  • an 82.0-kWh battery with a range of up to 280 miles.
  • from 0 to 60 time of 6.3 seconds
  • 300 horsepower
  • expected price: around $45,000 the less

4- BMW i4 (2021)

The next model of BMW’s first “i” cars in the electric sub-brand will have far more conventional styling. It’s intended to be similar to the 4-series Gran Coupe four-door hatchback. The electric vehicle model is also based on the modular CLAR platform to keep costs low and volume-production attainable. It can be charged to 80 percent in 35 minutes or six minutes for a range of 62 miles.

  • 80 kWh Battery with a range of 373 miles
  • 523 horsepower
  • up to 150 kW DC fast charging

5- Bollinger B1 (2021)

The boxy Bollinger B1 SUV shows elements of the original Ford Bronco here as well as the Land Rover Defender. It also looks like vintage gasoline-burning off-roaders of the past but still, it is modernized as an electric vehicle boasting a modern all-electric powertrain. The B1 is a utilitarian affair, and its interior is free from just about every luxury. They seem to focus on people who are prepared to add a lot of options at extra cost to what’s already a high-end SUV or truck.

  • 614 horsepower
  • from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds
  • 668 lb-ft of torque
  • 120.0-kWh battery pack with a range of up to 200 miles
  • expected price: $125,000 least

6- Bollinger B2 (2021)

The all-electric 2021 Bollinger B2 puts traditional pickup trucks on notice with its impressive capacities and incredible versatility. This electric vehicle pickup will be essentially a stretched version of the upstart brand’s B1 SUV with a cargo bed outback.

  • dual electric motors combine for 614 horsepower
  • 688 lb-ft of torque
  • fast-charging capability with a driving range of 200 miles
  • from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds
  • expected price: $125,000

7- Byton M-Byte Concept – (Mid 2021)

This electric vehicle is a crossover and a sedan. Byton is another EV startup with intentions to enter the U.S. market. A Chinese company founded just a few years ago, in 2016. This model has a 72.0-kWh battery, as well as two versions with a larger, 95.0-kWh pack: a 408-hp all-wheel-drive version and a rear-wheel-drive model.

  • provides a range of 250 miles for the standard battery and 325 miles for the bigger battery
  • a 48-inch-wide video screen
  • will feature in-car gesture control technology
  • expected price: $45,000 least

8- Ford F-150 Electric (2021)

The Ford F-Series is a series of trucks marketed and manufactured by Ford. In production since 1948, the F-Series is a range of light-duty trucks marketed as full-size pickup trucks. So, Ford looks to make an all-electric pickup brawny enough to avoid alienating its central customer base while also drawing in new shoppers interested in owning a pickup but without the carbon footprint of a gasoline engine. This electric vehicle F-150 is also following Mach E, a Mustang-inspired electric crossover. It’s expected to arrive this year but still, we don’t have much information about the truck’s specialties yet.

9- GMC Hummer (2021)

The GMC Hummer electric vehicle is expected to provide both SUV and pickup options. GMC also announced that it would have removable roof panels, a four-wheel-drive, and a four-wheel steering crab walk mode. Its debut was delayed because of the global pandemic, but they still plan to sell the initial dual-motor 100hp model for $112,595 in 2021.

  • 1000 horsepower with an 11,500 lb-ft of torque
  • 200 kWh battery
  • power outputs according to editions: EV3X: 800 hp, EV2 and EV2X: 625 hp, Edition 1: 1,000 hp (746 kW; 1,014 PS)
  • from 250+up to 350 miles of range according to its edition

10- Jaguar XJ Electric (2021)

Jaguar’s electric vehicle XJ is a battery-electric luxury saloon car. Jaguar Land Rover confirmed that they intend to build it as XJ (X351) replacement, an all-electric luxury saloon car, at the same plant. The electric XJ will use the same platform, battery pack, and electric motors as the I-Pace, but it will surely be more elegantly styled, as is befitting a flagship luxury sedan. This is all we know so far.

  • Dual motor 4WD
  • 2 x Permanent Magnet Synchronous Electric Motors

11- Lordstown Endurance (2021)

The Lordstown Endurance is a full-size electric pickup truck produced by Lordstown Motors from 2021. This electric vehicle will be the company’s first production automobile. Originally, production was to start in 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was decided to be postponed to 2021. The company hasn’t revealed more detail about the EV. We only know the truck will have a four-wheel-drive hub motor system with a claimed 250-mile range, for now.

  • expected price: $52,500

12- Lotus Evija (Late 2021)

The Lotus Evija is a limited production electric sports vehicle which is manufactured by British automobile manufacturer Lotus. It is also the first electric vehicle to be introduced and manufactured by the company. It will include a pushrod-operated rear suspension and extensive aerodynamic bits that include a diffuser with a drag-reduction system and an adjustable rear wing.

  • 1254 lb-ft of torque
  • 1972 horsepower
  • ultrafast charging which can charge up to 80 percent in 12 minutes
  • 1,470 kW (2,000 PS; 1,970 hp) power output
  • 4 single-speed planetary
  • 70 kWh lithium-ion battery with a range of 250 miles
  • expected price: $2.1 million

13- Lucid Air (2021)

This electric vehicle was announced as a Tesla-fighting electric four-door sedan in 2016. In 2018, Lucid Motors closed a US$1 billion investment deal with Saudi Arabia to fund the Air’s production. Lucid Motors also said that they expected the Lucid Air to be “the world’s most aerodynamically efficient luxury car when it goes into production later this year.”

  • Front and rear motor producing 1,080 horsepower (810 kilowatts)
  • 1 speed fixed gear
  • 113.0 kWh, 900-volt-plus electrical architecture
  • Up to 517 miles of range
  • expected price: starts at $77,400

14- Mercedes-Benz EQA (2021)

Mercedes-Benz produced this electric vehicle as an all-electric subcompact luxury crossover SUV. It is part of the EQ family, a range that will expand to include 10 new models by 2022. But Mercedes-Benz has been really stingy about sharing more details about the vehicle.  The only version initially available is the EQA 250. It has a 190-hp electric motor powering the front wheels.

  • PMS permanent magnet E-Motor
  • Single-speed with a fixed ratio
  • EQA 250’s battery: 66.5 kWh
  • 190-hp electric motor powering

15- Mercedes-Benz EQC (2021)

This electric vehicle model of Mercedes-Benz EQC (N293) is a fully-electric compact luxury SUV. Mercedes is known for providing comfort, quietness, and precision in steering and this EV SUV seems to bring them all as well.

  • from 0 to 60 mph in 4.9 seconds
  • 200 miles estimated range
  • 2x asynchronous electric motors
  • Single-speed with a fixed ratio
  • 80 kWh lithium-ion battery
  • expected price: starts at $68,895

16- Mercedes-Benz EQS (2021)

The Mercedes-Benz EQS is another part of the EQ family that features a future electric full-size luxury sedan produced. EQ designates this new model as part of Mercedes’ electric sub-brand. It will have an odd body shape that’s not quite a sedan, not quite a hatchback, not quite a crossover, but more of a mixed version of all three.

  • Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous Electric Motor 350 kW
  • 470 horsepower with a range of 435 miles
  • It is equipped with a light grille made with a matrix of 188 LEDs when the rear receives a light strip called “Lightbelt” composed of 229 bright stars across the width of the EQS.

17- Nissan Ariya (2021)

Nissan Ariya is an electric compact crossover SUV which is Nissan’s second fully electric vehicle. Nissan said that Ariya is the most powerful version of this electric crossover. The Ariya will arrive in Japan first, but the U.S. will see it sometime later in 2021

  • Front and the rear motor combined output
  • 65, 90 kWh lithium-ion battery
  • from 0 to 60 miles in 5.1 seconds
  • Nissan’s new semi-autonomous driving system, ProPilot 2.0 will be featured
  • 389 hp, range of a charge 300 miles
  • expected price: around $40,000

18- Pininfarina Battista (2021)

The Pininfarina Battista is an electric sports car manufactured by Automobili Pininfarina GmbH. This electric sports vehicle uses Rimac’s carbon chassis and EV powertrain. The adjustable suspension system of the car will be tuned for maximum road comfort. The car has five driving modes all of which alter the power generated by the powertrain. The car features carbon-ceramic brake discs measuring 390 mm at the front and rear and equipped with six-piston calipers front and aft. The active rear wing acts as an airbrake to improve stopping power.

  • 1873 horsepower
  • 4 liquid-cooled permanent magnet synchronous electric motors placed at each wheel
  • 186 mph in less than 12 seconds
  • top speed 217 mph
  • expected price: over $2 million

19- Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo (2021)

Porsche Chief Designer Michael Mauer says the concept “shows possibilities of the future lineup.” Mission E Cross Turismo is more closely resembles the Taycan than the Mission E with combining the fully electric Mission E J1-platform with a 5-door estate body similar to the Panamera Sport Turismo. This electric vehicle also provides raised suspension, and off-road tires and cladding to form a crossover utility vehicle. It is claimed to be capable of a 3.5-second zero-to-60-mph time but nothing more is known including its releasing date and more details about the vehicle.

20- Rivian R1T (2021)

This electric vehicle is a production-ready truck, which comes to take the EV truck fight to the likes of Bollinger and Tesla. It provides standard with all-wheel drive, the ability to tow up to 11,000 pounds, adjustable air suspension, and Level 3 autonomous-driving capabilities. According to Engadget, “the most expensive models will reach around 450 miles on a charge and feature the 800HP electric motor Scaringe said would beat Italian supercars.”

  • three battery options: 105.0, 135.0, and 180.0 kWh, with ranges of 230, 300, and 400 miles.
  • the 180.0-kWh pack can hit 60 mph in a supercar-like 3.0 seconds
  • expected price: starting around $69,000

21- Rivian R1S (2021)

Rivian is also making an electric SUV, R1S. Both R1S and R1T share the same building platform and the same battery pack options and ranges. The main difference between them is actually their capability of towing. The SUV can only tow 7716 pounds while the truck can tow 11,000. And the SUV can seat up to seven compared to the truck’s five.

  • expected price: $72,500 least.

22- Volvo XC40 Recharge (2021)

The Volvo XC40 Recharge is the first electric vehicle of Volvo which based its first EV off the existing XC40 mid-size luxury crossover. It uses Volvo’s Compact Modular Architecture, which was designed from the outset to accommodate electrification. It also will be using the new Advanced Driver Assistance System for the first time. It is a scalable sensor system with a variety of cameras, radar, and ultrasonic sensors to provide autonomous driving. Volvo also has said that after the all-electric Recharge, it plans to “launch one new electric vehicle every year, and pledges to make half its lineup fully electric by 2025.”

  • 50.0 kWh fast-charge system which is capable of charging up to 80 percent in 40 minute
  • from 0 to 60 mph time of 4.7 seconds
  • more than 200 miles of range
  • 75.0 kWh lithium-ion battery
  • 80hp Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors

23- Volkswagen ID.4 (2021)

The VW’s CEO, Scott Keogh predicts that by 2025, 16 to 17 percent of its vehicles sold in the U.S. (that’s about 60,000 per year) will be electric. Based on Volkswagen’s electric MEB platform, and it is the second model in the ID. series will bring those sales with a small crossover in 2021. Volkswagen also positions The ID.4 as a high-volume, mass-market electric vehicle. They express this idea in their advertisement as “a car for the millions, not the millionaires.”

  • APP 310 Permanent Magnet Brushless motor with 146–302 hp (148–306 PS; 109–225 kW)
  • 82 / 77 kWh battery
  • 320 miles electric range
  • from 0 to 100 mph in 8.5 seconds
  • Top speed 160 km/h

24- BMW iX3 (2022)

The electric vehicle was previewed first in 2018 and still being waited since then. The electric powertrain is BMW’s fifth-generation scalable electric drivetrain that is distinguished by a more compact design than that used by the existing BMW i3 with the electric motor. But it will not be sold in the United States reportedly due to the vehicle’s limited range and sole rear-wheel-drive configuration, though.

  • 150 kW DC fast charging
  • can be charged from 0 to 80 percent in 34 minutes or 62 miles in 10 minutes
  • produces 210 kW –286 hp
  • from 0 to100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 6.8 seconds.
  • electronically limited top speed of 180 km/h (112 mph).
  • 200 miles of range

25- Cadillac Lyriq (2022)

Lyriq is the first electric vehicle of Cadillac alongside other future GM electric vehicles. It was originally scheduled to release in full to the public on April 2, 2020, though the unveiling was postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The upcoming electric crossover SUV of Cadillac will feature new technology, a new design style, the ability to park and unpark itself, as well as to drive on a freeway without the driver steering the wheel, a new version of GM’s Super Cruise technology, too. There is no more detail given yet about its system though.

  • range of more than 300 miles on a single charge
  • a 100-kWh battery with DC fast charging standard

26- Jeep Wrangler EV (Early 2022)

It’s the iconic Wrangler off-road SUV’s electric vehicle version. It will also look similar to the standard Wrangler and use the same body-on-frame setup. Not much detail is known for now but it will probably have a single electric motor with a two-speed transfer case, compared to the dual-motor setups on many other all-wheel-drive EVs. This electric vehicle will hopefully arrive possibly as soon as late 2021 or early 2022 including a production model to follow.

27- Lexus EV SUV (2022)

Lexus has announced they will offer an EV drivetrain and show showcased an SUV prototype with the technology in 2020. This electric vehicle will use front- and rear-mounted electric motors and is currently installed in a prototype for a new battery-powered Lexus crossover. The vehicles carry Direct 4 but there is still not more detail shared about this them.

  • 201 horsepower
  • 221 pound-feet of torque

28- Mazda MX-30 (2022 or 2023)

Mazda produced The Mazda MX-30 as an electric and hybrid compact crossover SUV which is also Mazda’s first mass-produced electric vehicle. It will probably come to the U.S market in late 2022. The model also will feature clamshell doors,  which are referred to as “freestyle doors” by Mazda and previously seen on their rotary-engined RX-8 sports car. The MX-30 made the 10 Best List of the 2020-2021 Car of the Year Japan Awards. It also won the 2020 Red Dot Design Award in the Electric Vehicle category.

  • e-SKYACTIV Water-cooled synchronous AC motor and 24-volt e-motor (e-SKYACTIV G)
  • 35.5 kWh prismatic lithium-ion battery
  • 124 miles electric range
  • 195 lb-ft torque
  • Up to 80% charge within 30 to 40 minutes via 50 kW DC charging

29- Mercedes-Benz EQE (2022)

The Mercedes-Benz EQE is a future electric executive sedan that is also a part of the EQ family, a range that will expand to include 10 new models by 2022. Not much has been revealed yet but we know that it is based on Mercedes’s modular MEA architecture, a platform said to yield more interior space than a gasoline-powered vehicle of the same exterior dimensions. The all-wheel-drive EQE will have electric motors in both front and back and provide a range of around 200 miles.

30- Mercedes-Benz G-Class Electric (2022)

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class will be is a mid-size four-wheel drive luxury SUV manufactured by Magna Steyr. This upcoming electric vehicle is characterized by its boxy styling and body-on-frame construction. It uses three fully locking differentials, one of the few vehicles to have such a feature. The G-Class is also one of the longest-produced vehicles in Daimler’s history, with a span of 41 years and now it will be presented as a whole modernized plug-in-hybrid version. But the details of the car haven’t been revealed yet.

31- Tesla Cybertruck (Early 2022)

Tesla, Inc has announced three models of Tesla Cybertruck, which is an all-electric, battery-powered, light-duty truck. Tesla’s goal with this electric truck is to provide a sustainable energy substitute for the roughly 6,500 fossil-fuel-powered trucks sold per day in the United States. Its dimensions are similar to those for the market-dominating Ford F-150 and its stainless-steel unibody makes it an intriguing potential addition to the coming glut of EV pickup trucks.  They will release a lowest-range version firstly which has a range of 250-plus miles. The base price of the electric vehicle is claimed to be starting under $40,000, with a production time that will be “near” later in 2021.

32- Tesla Roadster (2022)

Tesla, Inc is also developing the second generation of The Tesla Roadster as an all-electric battery-powered four-seater sports car. The Roadster will likely have an all-wheel-drive system with a pair of electric motors. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said that Roadster sales will begin after the release of the revised Model S ‘Plaid’, starting production in 2022.

  • from 0 to 60 mph in 1.9 seconds
  • top speed is 250 mph
  • 200.0-kWh battery with a range of up to 620 miles
  • expected price: starts around $200,000

33- Volkswagen I.D. Buzz

The Volkswagen I.D. Buzz is an electric minivan based on the electric MEB platform. This electric vehicle is stylized in all-caps as I.D. BUZZ  and also known as the VW Electric Microbus. Its 111 kWh battery pack will be integrated into the floor and provide 373 miles range with 270 horsepower. It will likely have room for six to eight people.

34- Volkswagen I.D. Space Vizzion (2022)

The Volkswagen ID. Space Vizzion is a concept electric vehicle wagon that will come in 2022 and VW’S third U.S EV offering. As another part of the ID. Series, it will be sharing the MEB platform like others. A production version of the vehicle is planning to be sold in late 2021 and 2022 for the U.S. market. On the other hand, its large interior and high aerodynamic efficiency are helping to boost the large wagon’s range to up to 300 miles.

35- BMW iNext (2023)

This electric vehicle intended as a flagship for BMW’s expanded “i” family of electrified vehicles. BMW says it will have a range of over 400 miles with Level 3 autonomous driving capability. It will arrive first in Europe and after some time in the U.S.

  • fast charge at up to 200 kW — from 10% to 80% in 40 minutes or 75 miles of
  • range in 10 minutes
  • 100 kWh Battery
  • 373 miles electric range
  • from 0 to 100 km/h 5.0 seconds / 62 mph
  • 370 kW –503 PS; 496 hp

36- Faraday Future FF 91 (2023)

This production model sedan was first unveiled in 2017 and been waited since then. FF91 is very similar to Ford Expedition while it has a wheelbase seven inches longer than. The rear doors are to be suicide doors, and all four doors would open automatically, like similar Tesla Motors vehicles. On the other hand, there is a large infotainment screen in the middle of the front dash console just like Tesla again.

  • from 0 to 60 mph in 2.4 seconds
  • 130 kWh battery pack providing a range of 289 miles
  • 1050 total horsepower
  • estimated 378 miles between charges

37- Genesis Essentia (2023)

Essentia is a concept sports car that was produced by Genesis, the luxury marque of the Hyundai Motor Group. Hyundai invested $90 million in the Croatian carmaker Rimac which specializes in battery-electric supercars, a year after this concept debuted. So if it arrives, it is going to be the first electric vehicle from the Hyundai/Kia luxury brand. But we don’t know much about its details yet. There were reports that Genesis executive Manfred Fitzgerald was pushing for the eventual production of the vehicle with some changes, such as conventional doors.

38- Lagonda All-Terrain (2023)

Aston Martin has relaunched the Lagonda as an all-electric luxury brand for the upper crust. Its wagon hull will be on the same platform as the Aston Martin DBX. Aston boss Andy Palmer said that he expects electric models to have performance similar to the brand’s gasoline equivalents and that he also expects more than 300 miles between visits to the plug.

39- Porsche Macan EV (2023)

Porsche announced that the next generation of its Macan crossover will go full electric. This upcoming electric vehicle will be based on the Premium Platform Electric platform that is being co-developed with Audi. It will provide 800-volt tech as the next Taycan and will probably share its electric motors and battery packs, too.

40- Chevrolet Electric Pickup (2025 or sooner)

Chevrolet announced in 2020 that a fully-electric Chevy pickup would go into production before 2025 even though they seem to be a little late. Its battery pack will be able to store as much as 200.0 kWh of electricity onboard which means at least a 300-mile range for trucks.

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