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The coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on the pace of vehicle development and manufacturing, particularly as motor vehicle companies compete with other Industries for valuable microchips. Despite this hurdle, motor vehicle companies have continued to introduce pure electric EV cars that are set to debut during the next few years. Furthermore, many car companies are starting to venture into the world of electric cars and SUVs, providing consumers with more options if they are looking for an electric vehicle. What are the top electric vehicles that will be introduced during the next few years? Take a look at some of the exciting vehicles that are currently under development!
The BMW i4 is one of the most anticipated electric vehicles coming out this year. This vehicle is projected to have an impressive range of more than 300 miles on a single charge. Furthermore, it also has a fast-charging system that could charge as many as 60 miles in just 6 minutes. This electric vehicle leaves the unique look of the i3 in the past, providing more luxury choices for electric car drivers.
Expect the BMW i4 to be released in 2021.
One vehicle that is expected to be released sooner rather than later is the Audi Q4 E-Tron. Audi is going to expand its landmark line of vehicles later this year. It will be a close relative of the Volkswagen ID.4, as this compact electric SUV from Audi will be built using the same Volkswagen modular electric vehicle platform. Expect the Q4 E-Tron to compete with vehicles such as the Volvo XC40 Recharge and the Tesla Model Y. Even though the driving range for the Audi Q4 E-Tron has not yet been announced, it is expected to get between 250 miles and 300 miles on a single charge.
The Audi Q4 E-Tron is set to be released late in 2021.
Even though this vehicle is still a ways away from seeing the open market, many people are already excited about this new model from Cadillac. The interior is going to have a unique, curved LED display. The dashboard is going to resemble that of the newer Escalade SUV. This vehicle should have a range of 300 miles when it reaches the open market. There will also be a new battery system, made with a partnership between LG Chem and General Motors.
This vehicle should be released early in 2023.
The F-series pickup truck has been among the most popular pickup truck series all over the world. Therefore, it only makes sense that Ford is going to add an electric vehicle option as well. Even though this pickup truck is still in the early phases of development, advances in electric motors have allowed Ford to develop an electric pickup with power ratings that resemble its gasoline-powered predecessors.
Expect this electric vehicle pickup to be released during the summer of 2022.
Audi has other electric vehicles that will be released in the near future as well, including the Audi E-Tron GT. This vehicle evokes images of the Porsche Taycan, which is also closely related to the Volkswagen group. The Electric powertrain is similar to that of the Taycan, but the infotainment system and styling will be more familiar to people who have driven Audi vehicles in the past. This vehicle can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in approximately 3.1 seconds. With front and rear motors, this vehicle also has 637 horsepower. With an impressive engine and transmission, lots of drivers are looking forward to getting their hands on this electric vehicle.
Audi should release this vehicle during the summer of 2021.
Those who are looking for a luxury electric vehicle need to take a closer look at the Lucid Air. Expect this vehicle to have more than 1,080 hp along with an impressive range on a single charge. Furthermore, many of the components in this vehicle have already been tested successfully in Formula E cars. It is also possible that an SUV version of this vehicle could be released later.
Expect the luxury Lucid Air to be released during the summer of 2021.
This new vehicle from Kia has been designed from the ground up. With a size similar to that of the Ford Mustang, this is going to be the first crossover electric vehicle from Kia. It will have a variety of powertrain configurations along with several motor options. The vehicle should go from 0 to 60 miles per hour and approximately 3.5 seconds. It is also compatible with a variety of charging stations, making it more versatile.
This vehicle should be on sale late in 2021.
The BMW iX is going to be the new electric flagship SUV for this luxury auto manufacturer. Design from the ground up, this vehicle is not going to resemble any BMW anyone has seen before. Expect the motor to have approximately 500 horsepower and all-wheel drive. The range should also be greater than 300 miles on a single charge.
This unique electric vehicle should be released by BMW early in 2022.
Even though Hummer has usually been seen as antithetical to electric vehicles and alternative fuel sources, this new Hummer is going to be a green, electric-powered, aggressive-looking, green vehicle. There will be multiple motor and horsepower options available, allowing drivers to tailor their selection to meet their unique needs. Therefore, this electric vehicle will also come with a variety of price tags. The only guarantee is that it is certain to be powerful.
Expect this vehicle to be released early in 2022.
Those who are looking for a more economic electric vehicle may want to take a closer look at the Chevy Bolt EUV. This is a smaller, front-wheel-drive SUV that has been made using the same platform as the other Bolt electric vehicles. With an uncluttered, minimalist style, this Bolt is approximately 6 inches longer than the original hatchback model. It also has more legroom for rear passengers. It has an electric motor with 200 horsepower and can travel 250 miles on a single charge. It also has a wide variety of safety features including automatic high beams, a close following distance indicator, and a lane departure assists warning system.
This vehicle is going to be released in the summer of 2021.
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