Future Electric Cars: All Upcoming EVs 2024-2030


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Exciting New EVs Are On the Way

It’s no secret that the automotive world is rapidly electrifying, but there are dozens of new models in the pipeline that aren’t as well known as the ones on sale today. Automakers large and small have EVs in the works, including several with staggering performance and truly futuristic styling.

We’ve gathered a list of the future EVs. you need to know about. The models on this list are known to be in the works, but many are still too mysterious to have full specifications and pricing details. The model years you see are estimates, though some automakers have confirmed dates for production and release.

If you’re hoping to get behind the wheel of one of these futuristic EVs, it’s a good idea to keep an eye on release dates and reservation details. New models tend to sell out quickly, so you’ll want to be on the right side of the waiting list when things progress.

Next:Acura ZDX

2024 Acura ZDX Prototype

American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Acura ZDX

Expected Release: 2024

In conjunction with General Motors, Acura’s first all-electric vehicle will be the ZDX, an SUV built on GM’s Ultium platform. This platform is already used by varying all-electric vehicles, from the Cadillac Lyriq to the GMC Hummer EV.

Perks of the platform include flexible battery options and impressive power, range and performance. In addition, the ZDX will share similar styling to Acura’s Precision EV concept.

Next:Alfa Romeo Giulia EV

2024 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio 100th anniversary cut front (European spec shown)

Alfa Romeo Giulia EV

Expected Release: 2025

Alfa Romeo may not be the most popular brand in America, but it certainly knows how to create an exciting driving machine. The current Giulia Quadrifoglio is an impressive car with Ferrari-derived performance, but the automaker is making the sedan electric for 2025.

The new Giulia is expected to get a base configuration with almost 350 horsepower and a “midrange” model with almost 800 ponies. The top Quadrifoglio model could sport three motors, all-wheel drive, and up to 1,000 horsepower, an insane amount for a small car.

Though the new Giulia could be massively quick, it will also feature 800-volt architecture for ultra-fast charging. It may also not be a sedan, though we’ll have to wait for more information on that front.

Next:Apple Car


Apple Car

Expected Release: 2026

The Apple Car has been shrouded in mystery since the first dribble of information was released. This project has evolved over the years due to changes in the leadership at Apple and other issues.

In the earliest stages, it was reported that the Apple Car would be self-driving. Then rumors suggested Apple had shelved the project. Over the past couple of years, the project has regained momentum, but Apple has scaled it back. Instead of being fully autonomous, the Apple Car is now slated as a semi-autonomous vehicle. It can drive autonomously on highways but requires manual driving in the city and during emergencies.

Apple is new to carmaking. Because of this, the company is said to be seeking partnerships within the automobile industry to build the Apple Car. Apple is said to be planning a launch date of 2026, with pricing set at around $100,000.

Next:Audi A6 e-tron

2023 Audi A6 e-tron Concept

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Audi A6 e-tron

Expected Release: 2023

Audi got on board early with the current trend of releasing luxurious, planet-friendly EVs. One such vehicle is the A6 e-tron, a sedan set to get around 400 miles of range on a single charge. Audi claims the A6 can go from five to 80 percent charge in just 25 minutes.

The front and rear axles each have a separate electric motor, making this an all-wheel-drive vehicle. And since this is an Audi, you can expect the cabin to be luxurious and comfortable.

Audi hasn’t announced how much this EV will cost. But it’s expected to be priced similarly to the Tesla Model S.

Next:Bentley Bentayga

2023 Bentley Bentayga Hybrid

Bentley Motors Limited

Bentley Bentayga

Expected Release: 2025-2030

Bentley is on a mission to go green. Currently, it’s slowly phasing out gas-only powertrains by releasing hybrid versions of its popular vehicles. Starting in 2025, Bentley plans to release an EV each year until its entire range reaches electrification.

Bentley hasn’t confirmed the Bentayga as its first EV, though hints suggest this on the automaker’s site. Still, even if the initial EV isn’t the Bentayga, an all-electric Bentayga is coming. The automaker’s goal is to have an all-electric lineup by 2030.

Next:Bentley Flying Spur

2023 Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid

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Bentley Flying Spur

Expected Release: 2025-2030

As mentioned, Bentley plans on releasing a new EV every year after 2025 in order to establish a fully electric lineup. That means we can expect an all-electric Flying Spur sometime between 2025 and 2030.

Currently, many of the brand’s vehicles are available as hybrids. The hybrid version of the Flying Spur has a 2.9-liter V6 paired with an electric motor.

We can expect Bentley’s luxury sport sedan to be a fun EV that combines comfort, luxury, and style.

Next:Bollinger B1 SUV

Bollinger B1 SUV


Bollinger B1 SUV

Expected: TBD

Bollinger’s unique approach to electrification strips away unnecessary materials and luxuries to deliver a bare bones–but capable–SUV. The B1 features a full-length cargo pass-through, removable doors, standard all-wheel drive and a two-speed transfer case. Bollinger promises up to 20 inches of adjustable ground clearance and front and rear locking differentials.

The automaker’s no-frills approach extends to the interior, where many of the most common vehicle features have been removed. There’s no fuzzy carpet or luxurious headliner, leaving bare metal and very little tech. Love it or hate it, the company believes its approach will extend the lifespan of its vehicles, making them more timeless than screen-filled EVs from other automakers.

Though work stopped on this vehicle in 2022, it has since resumed. However, Bollinger hasn’t announced a firm release date.

Next:Bollinger B2 Truck

Bollinger B2 Truck


Bollinger B2 Truck

Expected: TBD

The B2 Truck follows closely in the B1 SUV’s footsteps, with the same cargo pass-through, removable doors and all-wheel drive. With its open truck bed, the B2 offers an open-air experience for passengers since the rear cabin window folds up.

Inside, the B2 features a similarly stripped-down configuration that removes screens and plush materials in favor of basic gauges. Bollinger promises this rugged setup will stand the test of time.

As with its B1 SUV sibling, work hit the brakes on the B2 Truck in 2022. However, Bollinger has tweaked its game plan and resumed production on this model, though the company hasn’t announced a release date.

Next:BMW i5 M

bmw i5 camouflaged

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BMW i5 M

Expected Release: 2026

BMW’s electric lineup has built on the success of its gas models, with equivalent electrified vehicles sporting familiar names. The i5 is due in 2024 as an electric 5 Series model and, as it has done with other vehicles, BMW’s expected to release a much hotter M variant afterward.

BMW has teased the car, but it could be an “M-ish” model, like the M60. In any case, BMW has proven that electric performance cars sell, and the success of its previous models means the red-hot electric i5 will be a rowdy car with likely more than the i4 M50’s 536 horsepower.

Next:Buick Electra E5

Buick Electra E5 Concept

Buick Electra E5

Expected Release: 2024

The Buick Electra E5, affectionally named after the luxury sedan produced between 1959 and 1990, will be the company’s first all-electric SUV. Built on GM’s versatile Ultium platform, this model will likely share similarities with the Cadillac Lyriq.

Hopefully, that means 340 horsepower (at least) and more than 300 miles of driving range with a single charge.

Buick plans to produce the Electra E5 in China for an overseas market. However, we’re not sure if it will make the American version here or import it from China.

Exact pricing is still a mystery but will likely start at around $50,000.

Next:Cadillac Celestiq

2024 Cadillac Celestiq

Cadillac Celestiq

Expected Release: 2024

Another model built on GM’s Ultium platform is the Cadillac Celestiq. This ultra-luxury sport sedan mates a 111-kWh battery system with a dual-motor all-wheel drive setup to produce 600 horsepower and 640 pound-feet of torque.

Aiming to unite performance and range, the Celestiq has an estimated range of around 300 miles on a full charge and a 0-60 time of 3.8 seconds.

When using a 200-kW DC fast charger, you can add 78 miles of range in just 10 minutes. Production will begin in December of 2023, and pricing will start at over $300,000.

Next:Cadillac Escalade IQ

2025 Cadillac Escalade IQ sport

Cadillac Escalade IQ

Expected Release: 2024

The Escalade is Cadillac’s flagship SUV, making its transition to electrification inevitable. The Escalade IQ promises 750 horsepower and up to 450 miles of range. It also offers four-wheel steering and can fast charge to recover 100 miles of range in just ten minutes.

Like its gas-only counterpart, the IQ gets a wall of display screens spanning 55 inches across the dash. Cadillac offers advanced tech, including a night-vision system, automatic doors and personal 12.6-inch monitors for second-row passengers.

There’s also a bundle of standard safety tech, including a surround-view camera system and park assist. GM’s Super Cruise hands-free driving system is standard with three years of the OnStar Super Cruise plan.

Next:Canoo Electric Pickup Truck

Canoo Electric Pickup Truck

Canoo Electric Pickup Truck

Expected Release: 2023

Appealing to adventurous fans looking to go green, Canoo’s all-electric Pickup Truck is comfortable in the wild. Advertised as ready for the weekend and work, the Pickup Truck comes with either a rear-wheel or all-wheel-drive configuration.

It gets over 200 miles of total range and boasts a payload of up to 1,800 pounds. In addition, Canoo claims this pickup can provide more than 500 horsepower depending on the options chosen.

The Pickup Truck comes with a cargo bed that’s 4 feet wide and 6 feet long, and you can extend it to 8 feet if you need more room. The bed has dual flip-down workbenches and multi-functional power sources. Pricing is expected to start at around $35,000.

Next:Canoo Lifestyle Vehicle

Canoo Lifestyle Vehicle Adventure

Canoo Lifestyle Vehicle

Expected Release: 2023

Like the Canoo Pickup Truck, the Canoo Lifestyle Vehicle is for those who want a cleaner way to explore the planet. It’s the Swiss Army Knife of adventure EVs, and you can equip it for just about anything. There’s a base model, a more luxurious Premium trim, and an Adventure trim built for venturing off the beaten path.

This Canoo is designed to travel over 200 miles on a single charge and has up to 350 horsepower. In addition, all trim levels have 121 cubic feet of cargo space, making this an appealing choice for campers.

The Canoo Lifestyle Vehicle starts at $39,950.

Next:Chevrolet Blazer EV

2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV

Chevrolet Blazer EV

Expected Release: 2024

With the Blazer EV, Chevy turns its famed off-roader into an all-electric family hauler. It comes with a range of trims, topped by the high-performance SS.

GM claims that the Blazer will be capable of a 320-mile range on a full charge and will have a 0-60 mph time of under 4 seconds on the SS trim level. Like many other EVs on this list, it will also be built on the Ultium platform – coming with quick charging times and impressive ranges.

The base model trim, the 1LT, will start at $44,995, while the top trim, the SS, begins at $65,995.

Next:Chevrolet Corvette EV

2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray 3LZ

Chevrolet Corvette EV

Expected Release: 2025

After finally making a mid-engine Corvette, GM bravely decided to tackle an all-electric version of one of America’s favorite V8-powered racers. The Corvette has already dipped its toe in the water with the hybrid E-Ray model. We anticipate the Corvette EV will rival the quickest of clean speedsters – maybe sporting three or four motors to conjure up 1,000+ horses?

Dodge is actively planning a Challenger eMuscle, so it would be wise for Chevy to stay in the game.

Pricing hasn’t been confirmed yet, but it’s reasonable to assume the Corvette EV will cost more than its gas-only variant.

Next:Chevrolet Equinox EV

2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV

Chevrolet Equinox EV

Expected Release: 2024

The Equinox EV is for drivers seeking a small, green SUV that’s also affordable. With the 1LT base model starting at roughly $30,000, it’s one of the least expensive all-electric vehicles on the market.

This Chevy treks up to 300 miles on a single charge and adds 70 miles of range in 10 minutes with DC fast charging. At home, under normal charging circumstances, the Equinox adds up to 34 miles of range per hour of charging.

The Equinox will come with five trim options. The top 3RS trim includes a heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats and adaptive cruise control.

Next:Chevrolet Silverado Electric

2024 Silverado EV RST

Chevrolet Silverado Electric

Expected Release: 2024

Chevy finally has a contender in the all-electric pickup game. Directly rivaling the Ford F-150 Lightning, the Silverado EV offers around 400 miles of range on a full charge. In addition, it comes with about 754 horsepower and sprints from 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds.

The truck features GM’s Ultium platform. GM claims the Silverado EV can power a home for up to 21 days when paired with an Ultium Home accessory charger.

The Silverado EV has a tow rating of up to 10,000 pounds and accommodates up to 1,300 pounds of payload.

Next:Chrysler Airflow

Chrysler Airflow Concept

Chrysler Airflow

Expected Release: 2025

Eager to have a piece of the electrified pie, Chrysler unveils the Airflow. Offering graceful design cues, the Airflow aims to be luxurious and comfortable. The base model is anticipated to cost around $55,000, while the top trim is expected to be priced at around $65,000.

The Airflow comes with a motor on the front axle and one on the rear, giving it the safety benefits of all-wheel drive while providing more stability in cornering and general handling. In addition, it’s estimated it will travel up to 400 miles with a full charge.

Next:Corvette SUV Electric

Overhead view of carbon fiber high rear wing on 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 in Amplify Orange Tint.

Corvette SUV Electric

Expected Release: 2025

Ford did it with the Mustang, so why not try it with the Corvette? Chevrolet is expected to release an electrified Corvette SUV in 2025, with aggressive styling and sporty performance. It will likely ride on GM’s Ultium Platform, and may also be offered with gas or hybrid powertrain options.

We don’t know pricing or release date details, but expect an MSRP somewhere around the $70,000 mark to start.

Next:DeLorean Alpha5

DeLorean Alpha5 Concept

The DeLorean Motor Company

DeLorean Alpha5

Expected Release: 2024

After being immortalized in Back to the Future, the DeLorean name is back – but instead of going back in time, the DeLorean name is being propelled into the future by company leaders Joost de Vries and Troy Beetz. Designed by the design firm whose founder crafted the brands’ DMC-12, the Alpha5 is an EV that’s ready to rock.

Even sporting the DMC-12’s gullwing doors, the Alpha5 doesn’t just honor the DeLorean’s spirit; it revitalizes it. It’s expected to compete with the Porsche Taycan and Tesla Model S, so it likely won’t be cheap or slow. The estimated price tag is around $150,000, and it’s said to have an all-wheel drive setup that sets a 0-60 speed of under 3 seconds.

The DeLorean Alpha5 is expected to drive over 300 miles on a full charge.

Next:Deus Vayanne

deus vayanne

DEUS Automobiles GmbH

Deus Vayanne

Expected Release: 2025

One thing that electrification has done is awaken interest from all corners of the globe in new auto production. Austrian company Deus showed off its Vayanne hypercar last year, which it said delivers 2,200 horsepower and 1,475 pound-feet of torque. It offers a claimed sub-two-second zero to 60 mph time and a top speed of 248 mph, but only 99 units of the insane speedster will be built.

Deus teamed up with Williams Advanced Engineering (from the F1 team, Giugiaro and others to produce the car), which is expected to land sometime in 2025.

Next:Dodge Charger EV

Dodge Charger Daytona SRT concept

Dodge Charger EV

Expected Release: 2024

After causing heartbreak among the masses with the announcement that the V8 powerplants in the Charger and Challenger would be axed in favor of batteries, Dodge finally revealed what people have to look forward to in regards to the all-electric Charger.

First unveiled as the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT concept, the EV in question created a buzz when it was announced that it would generate up to 590 horsepower and sound like it – with speakers to capture the hearts of combustion diehards. There will also be a top-tier trim level that boasts an 800-volt “Banshee” propulsion system, though power figures are a mystery for now.

While Dodge is happy to talk about horsepower, the company has been silent about what the range would be like for the Charger EV.

Next:Faraday Future FF 91

2023 Faraday Future FF 91

Faraday Future FF 91

Expected Release: 2023

Faraday Future, founded and based in California, is set to finally produce and sell its flagship EV, the FF 91, after a few delays due to supply chain issues. The FF 91 has been struggling to debut since 2017, so another delay wouldn’t be shocking, but we remain hopeful all systems are a go this time.

With the top-range model set to cost over $200,000, this car isn’t priced for all buyers. It travels for 381 miles on a single charge.

The FF 91 uses three motors – one up front and two in the back – that make a combined 1,050 horsepower. It sprints from 0-60 mph in 2.4 seconds.

Next:Fiat 500e

Fiat 500e

Fiat 500e

Expected Release: 2024

Fiat has had a rocky few years in America, but the brand is returning with an electric 500 in 2024. The car is expected to deliver 117 horsepower from a single electric motor and a 32.3-kWh battery. The European version is on sale now, offering a range of 199 miles.

We expect a tech-packed interior with a large touch screen and Stellantis’ excellent Uconnect 5 interface. The tiny car offers two doors and an almost nonexistent back seat, however, so it won’t be Americans’ first choice as an electric family hauler. The car’s price tag will likely land between $30,000 and $40,000, making it an excellent value choice for hopeful EV buyers.

Next:Fisker Ocean

2023 Fisker Ocean

Fisker Ocean

Expected Release: 2023

The Fisker Ocean is an all-electric SUV with handsome lines and innovative features. It starts at roughly $40,000 for the base model, with the top trim costing around $70,000.

This EV has a 17.1-inch touchscreen that can be rotated to be either horizontal or vertical. It also offers a feature called California Mode; that amenity allows you to essentially turn the SUV into an open air cruiser with the touch of a button. In addition, there’s a Solar Sky roof that uses solar rays to charge the battery.

The Ocean offers up to 350 miles of range.

Next:Fisker Pear

Fisker Pear Concept

Fisker Pear

Expected Release: 2024

Urban dwellers value compact transportation, and the Fisker Pear is built with these drivers in mind. Pear – standing for Personal Electric Automotive Revolution – takes its design cues from the brand’s larger Ocean SUV.

The Pear can travel around 250 miles before needing a charge. Exact power figures and battery capacity haven’t been announced yet, but the pricing starts at roughly $30,000. This pint-sized SUV provides seating for five.

Next:Ford Bronco Electric

2023 Ford Bronco Sport Heritage Edition Robin's Egg Blue

Ford Bronco Electric

Expected Release: 2029

While Ford has confirmed that an all-electric Bronco is on the horizon, the company is hush-hush about when it will be unveiled. A Bronco and Bronco Sport hybrid version are rumored to be produced in 2024, and Ford has the resources to make the Bronco EV.

A product map leak on a Bronco forum called Bronco6G showed the supposed EV launching on a new TE1 platform with a production date of November 2029.

So, it begs the question: why wait? Especially when Jeep, Ford’s biggest off-road competitor, will have an all-electric Wrangler by 2025.

Next:Ford Explorer EV

Ford delivers on promise to offer more rugged, off-road-capable SUVs and trucks by introducing the new Explorer Timberline; the first Timberline series Ford SUV gives customers more capable off-road features for memorable weekend adventures with family and friends

Ford Explorer EV

Expected Release: 2025

Following the company’s goal of having an all-electric version of every model it currently sells, an EV version of the Ford Explorer is coming in early 2025. Competing with models like the Kia EV9 and Hyundai Ioniq 7, it’s a family vehicle made to go the distance.

Utilizing technology from the F-150 Lightning and Mustang Mach-E, it will also come with what Ford calls Active Aero, a grille designed to stay closed with there is a need to lessen drag and therefore increase range.This grille opens if the battery, electric motors, and brakes need cooling.

The base model is estimated to start at around $50,000.

Next:GMC Sierra EV

2024 GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1

GMC Sierra EV

Expected Release: 2024

Closely mirroring its GM cousin, the Silverado EV, the all-electric Sierra is coming to throw a wrench in the all-electric pickup truck wars. It shares many impressive features with the Silverado, such as 754 horsepower, 784 pound-feet of torque, and a tow rating of up to 9,500 pounds. This isn’t a truck for lightweights.

With a full battery, the Sierra can go an impressive 400 miles – and with a DC fast-charging setup, you can add 100 miles of range in about 10 minutes.

Three trim levels are available. The AT4 and Denali Edition are coming in 2024, with the Elevation model arriving in early 2025.

Next:Honda Prologue

Honda Prologue VR render

American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Honda Prologue

Expected Release: 2024

The Prologue will take after the CR-V in design and practicality but with a rugged and adventurous twist. While the Honda website says this SUV is ready for “daily commutes and weekend getaways,” powertrain and power figures aren’t published yet.

We don’t know if the Prologue is supposed to be all-wheel drive, but if it follows Honda’s tradition, it will likely be rear-wheel drive by default and have all-wheel drive as an option. Range and battery capacity haven’t been announced either, but since the Prologue shares a platform with the Chevrolet Blazer EV, those figures will likely be decent.

Pricing isn’t official. But with Honda being everyone’s favorite affordable yet reliable car company, it shouldn’t climb much higher than $45,000 for the base model.

Next:Hyundai Ioniq 5 N and Ioniq 6 N

hyundai ioniq 5 n

Hyundai Motor America

Hyundai Ioniq 5 N and Ioniq 6 N

Expected Release: 2024

Hyundai has teased the Ioniq 5 N, showing paddle shifters and fake engine sounds, but if it’s anywhere near the performance of the related Kia EV6 GT, we’re in for a real treat. The Ioniq 5 N is expected in July 2023, but we don’t know when the Ioniq 6 N’s debut will take place.

Expect all-wheel drive, at least 576 horsepower and a sub-four-second zero to 60 mph time. Hyundai has only shown off the 5 in full camouflage, so we don’t know exactly how it’ll look, but there will likely be more aggressive bodywork, larger wheels and custom lighting elements.

Next:Hyundai Ioniq 7

hyundai ioniq 7 -

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Hyundai Ioniq 7

Expected Release: 2024

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 and 6 are already on sale in the U.S., and late last year the brand showed off the three-row Ioniq 7. Expected to be close in size to the Hyundai Palisade, the vehicle features a future-forward look with unique interior elements and lounge-like seating configurations.

With a range of more than 300 miles in some configurations, the 7 should be a good road-trip vehicle for families, and it will likely offer the same 800-volt electrical architecture that helps the Ioniq 5 and 6 charge at blazing speeds.

The crazy swiveling seats and other futuristic interior components may not make it to production, as safety standards tend to make it difficult for anything outside the norm. However, if it follows its Ioniq predecessors, the 7’s cabin will be a fantastic place to spend time.

Next:Indi One

Indi ONE

Indi One

Expected Release: 2023

The Indi One is built by a small California-based company. It’s expected to enter production later in 2023, and should land with all-wheel drive, a 95-kWh battery, and a range of almost 300 miles. Fast charging is standard, and pricing should be around $50,000 to start.

Foxconn will build the vehicle, though it’s unclear how or when production will progress at the company’s Lordstown, Ohio facility.

Next:Jeep Recon

2024 Jeep Recon

Jeep Recon

Expected Release: 2024

The Jeep Recon is an all-electric SUV that looks like something out of the Halo videogame series. Made to crawl rocks and take names, the Recon will go anywhere fearlessly.

The Recon is due to be released alongside the Wagoneer EV, adding two all-electric SUVs to the Jeep brand’s lineup. Like the similarly rugged Wrangler, this Jeep facilitates open-air driving with removable doors and windows.

Pricing, power figures, and powertrain options haven’t yet been announced.

Next:Jeep Wagoneer S

2024 Jeep Wagoneer S

Jeep Wagoneer S

Expected Release: 2024

The Wagoneer S is the second EV Jeep will add to the lineup in 2024. It’s a premium midsize SUV for drivers who want comfort and luxury.

This EV will have 600 horsepower, which helps it sprint from 0-60 mph in about 3.5 seconds. And it travels about 400 miles on a full charge.

Jeep wants half of its sales to be EVs by 2030. The Recon and the Wagoneer S are practical steps toward that goal since they both appeal to different kinds of buyers.

Pricing for the Wagoneer S is fairly steep. The base price is expected to be around $80,000.

Next:Jeep Wrangler EV

New 2024 Jeep® Wrangler High Altitude 4xe

Jeep Wrangler EV

Expected Release: TBD

Jeep revamped the Wrangler for 2024, including the plug-in hybrid 4xe variant. At the same time, the automaker hasn’t been subtle with its desire to build a fully-electric version of the iconic off-roader. Details are super scarce, but we expect the Wrangler’s boxy body style to continue, along with four-wheel drive and a load of rugged go-off-road goodies.

We can’t draw many clues from Jeep’s electric concepts, as the Magneto is an outlandish Wrangler-inspired EV and the Recon is a more traditional EV. That said, it’d be impossible for Jeep to release a Wrangler EV that doesn’t offer a removable top and tons of customization options.

Next:Kia EV9

Kia EV9 Concept

Kia EV9

Expected Release: 2023

After the successful introduction of the midsize EV6, Kia has plans for a larger, three-row midsize EV – the EV9. It’s expected to seat at least six people. Kia teased the EV9 with a concept vehicle; that model has features like a huge panoramic sunroof and a 27-inch infotainment display.

Large and in charge, the EV9 is said to get about 300 miles of range and is expected to cost around $55,000 for the base trim. That makes it a relatively affordable choice for drivers seeking three-row transportation.

Next:Lagonda All-Terrain

2023 Lagonda All-Terrain Concept

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Lagonda All-Terrain

Expected Release: 2023

Aston Martin plans to start a line of EVs under the brand name Lagonda. The first model from this range will be the All-Terrain, an all-electric wagon sharing the same chassis as the Aston Martin DBX.

According to Aston Martin, the All-Terrain will emphasize performance. And there’s good news for EV drivers with range anxiety: According to early reporting, this wagon travels over 300 miles on a full charge.

The All-Terrain finds its roots in the Lagonda Vision concept vehicle that debuted a few years back. Production will take place at Aston Martin’s new factory in Wales with a 2023 release date. Aston Martin says the All-Terrain is the first of a series of plush, cutting-edge EVs for future release.

Next:Lexus LFA EV


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Lexus LFA EV

Expected Release: 2025

The LFA is arguably the most legendary Lexus model of all time, and the automaker’s electric LFA concept, only called “All-Electric Sport Concept,” looks impressive. Lexus promises a zero-to-60-mph time in the low 2-second range. Also, the automaker claims a driving range of more than 430 miles with the possible use of solid-state batteries.

It’s worth noting that Lexus hasn’t gone past the concept stage with this car yet, and it may take beyond 2025 for solid-state batteries to be ready for widespread use.

Next:Lotus Eletre

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Lotus Eletre

Expected Release: 2024

Lotus is known for making sports cars. With the upcoming Eletre, the brand adds an all-electric SUV to its portfolio.

Like previous Lotus vehicles, the Eletre emphasizes performance. Two electric motors send power to all four wheels for optimum traction. And this SUV generates up to 905 horsepower; it scrambles from 0-62 mph in 2.95 seconds and has a top speed of 165 mph. The Eletre travels for 373 miles on a full charge.

Lotus says pricing will start at under $85,000.

Next:Lotus Envya

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Lotus Envya

Expected Release: 2025

It might sound strange, but Lotus, the brand known for building small, lightweight sports cars, is moving into SUVs and sedans. The company already showed off its SUV, the Eletre, and the Envya sedan is expected in 2025.

Official details are almost nonexistent, but most expect the car to feature a similar powertrain to the SUV. That means more than 370 miles of range, somewhere around 600 horsepower, and a performance variant with north of 900 ponies. The interior will be plush and luxurious, a departure for Lotus, but the Eletre SUV shows that the company knows what it’s doing with luxury when it needs to.

Next:Lincoln EVs

Lincoln EVs Preview

Lincoln EVs

Expected Release: 2024-2026

Lincoln has four EVs coming up starting in 2024. The brand offered insight into its electrification plans by introducing the Star EV concept. This concept SUV has wraparound seating, a sweeping horizontal display, and a front trunk with electro-chromatic glass that switches from opaque to transparent.

The automaker hasn’t confirmed the names of the upcoming EVs. But some sources indicate that electrified versions of the Aviator, Corsair and Navigator are part of the rollout.

Next:Lucid Gravity

2023 Lucid Gravity Concept

Lucid Gravity

Expected Release: 2023

Lucid has quickly made a name for itself with the Air, an all-electric luxury car offering up to 516 miles of driving range. The brand expands its lineup with the upcoming Gravity SUV.

This model will compete with SUVs like the Audi Q8 e-tron and Tesla Model X. Not much is known about the exact figures for the Gravity, but if it’s anything like the Air, it should be fitted with a 112-kWh battery or higher and have a range of 500 miles or more on a single charge.

Pricing isn’t official, but it’s likely to be close to $90,000 for the base model.

Next:Lincoln Star

Lincoln concept vehicle shown. Not available for purchase.

Lincoln Star

Expected Release: 2025

The Lincoln Star is a stunning SUV with a sanctuary-like interior and intricate details. We don’t have powertrain details or many other specs, but Lincoln has shown an interior with massive screens and high-end materials, including 3D-printed metalwork in some places.

The cabin also offers what Lincoln calls “rejuvenation moods.” Lincoln said these moods use sound, visuals, fragrance and lighting to reduce stress and fatigue, especially in traffic and on longer drives.

Next:Maserati GranTurismo Folgore

Maserati GranTurismo Folgore

Maserati GranTurismo Folgore

Expected Release: 2024

Even Maserati is going electric, and the GranTurismo Folgore will feature impressive specs and performance to mark the occasion. It gets an 800-volt battery and three electric motors, which combine to produce 751 horsepower and a whopping 996 pound-feet of torque sent to all four wheels. Maserati promises a 450-km (280-mile) driving range for the car and a zero-to-100-km (zero-to-62-mph) time of just 2.7 seconds.

Next:Maserati Grecale Folgore

2024 Maserati Grecale Folgore Concept

Maserati Grecale Folgore

Expected Release: 2024

Maserati has announced it will add a new SUV, the Grecale, to its lineup, and that model will have an all-electric version called the Grecale Folgore. Folgore means “lightning” in Italian, and Maserati uses this moniker to identify its all-electric vehicles.

Horsepower numbers haven’t been officially announced, but Maserati released torque figures – and with 590 lb-ft of torque, the Grecale Folgore should be both practical and quick. The battery is said to be a 105-kWh system, which should provide a sizable range, though that hasn’t been announced, either. All-wheel drive is standard.

The starting MSRP for the Grecale Folgore is expected to be around $75,000.

Next:Maserati MC20 Folgore EV

Maserati MC20 Concept

Maserati MC20 Folgore EV

Expected Release: 2024

Not long after unleashing the MC20 sports car with its peppy 630-horsepower twin-turbo V6, Maserati confirmed a Folgore EV edition. The MC20 Folgore will be one of six all-electric models that will be produced and sold by 2026 as part of Maserati’s plan to completely phase out internal combustion engines.

The range and battery type have yet to be officially announced. However, the MC20 EV will likely look similar to the internal combustion version.

Maserati’s EV will likely beat Ferrari’s first all-electric model to the market. Ferrari’s EV is set to debut in 2025.

Next:Mercedes-Benz EQA

Mercedes-EQ, EQA 250, Edition 1, digitalweiss. EQA 250 (Stromverbrauch kombiniert: 15,7 kWh/100 km; CO2-Emissionen kombiniert: 0 g/km);Stromverbrauch kombiniert: 15,7 kWh/100 km; CO2-Emissionen kombiniert: 0 g/km*

Mercedes-EQ, EQA 250, Edition 1, digital white. EQA 250 (combined power consumption: 15.7 kWh/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km);Combined power consumption: 15.7 kWh/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 0 g/km*

Mercedes-Benz EQA

Expected Release: 2024

America doesn’t always get the small, lower-cost options from luxury manufacturers that Europeans do, but we do see a few. The Mercedes-Benz EQB is coming soon, but the smaller EQA likely won’t make an appearance.

That said, the crossover is expected to get a single-motor variant with up to 190 horsepower (according to Mercedes) and solid torque. The range could extend beyond 300 miles, making the EQA a stout entry-level EV for global markets.

Next:Mercedes-Benz EQG

2024 Mercedes-Benz Concept EQG

Mercedes-Benz EQG

Expected Release: 2024

The EQG is the electrified version of the G-Wagon. Visually stunning and pleasantly similar to the internal-combustion version, it will keep to its off-roading roots and have one motor per wheel, generating high horsepower and torque figures – just like the gas-fed version.

This Mercedes is expected to have four transfer cases – one for each electric motor. Exact powertrain and power figures are yet to be announced. Pricing is also a mystery, but it will likely be over six figures.

Next:Mini Aceman

2024 Mini Aceman Concept

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Mini Aceman

Expected Release: 2024

The Aceman is a subcompact all-electric SUV based on a concept vehicle of the same name. It will be Mini’s first dedicated crossover EV and slots between the Cooper and Countryman in size.

Mini says the Aceman is designed to feel like an electrified go-kart. That means this EV will fit the Mini mold regarding handling and performance.

Pricing has been kept under wraps. Mini plans to release the Aceman in 2024.

Next:Mini Countryman EV

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Mini Countryman EV

Expected Release: 2024

As part of the BMW empire, Mini will go electric, and the automaker’s small vehicles lend themselves well to the configuration. The Countryman EV will arrive in 2024 with what Mini said is go-kart-like handling and stout acceleration. We’ve only seen the small crossover with full camouflage, but from what we can gather, it won’t look drastically different from the gas model.

Inside, we expect the same upscale but quirky styling that Mini’s gas models sport, including a round center display screen surround and funky gauges. Though larger than many Minis, the Countryman still won’t be the most spacious EV, though it should sport reasonable performance and range numbers for the U.S. market. We don’t have long to wait to find out more, as production of the vehicle is expected to start in November 2023.

Next:Polestar 3

2023 Polestar 3 Concept

Polestar 3

Expected Release: 2023

Polestar is Volvo’s spinoff brand dedicated to EVs. The brand has produced only cars up to this point but plans to introduce its first SUV, the Polestar 3, in 2023.

This luxury SUV looks sleek and modern, with chiseled lines and a sporty stance. The base model makes 489 horsepower; with the top Performance trim, horsepower stands at 517. The driving range tops out at around 300 miles, and all models have a 107-kWh battery pack. You can charge the battery from 10 percent to 80 percent in 30 minutes at a DC fast-charging station.

Pricing for the Polestar 3 starts at about $85,000, with the top trim beginning at roughly $91,000.

Next:Polestar 4

Polestar complete product range 2024

Polestar 4

Expected Release: 2024

Many luxury brands offer coupe-like versions of their SUVs, and Polestar is moving to follow this trend. The Polestar 4 is a coupe-like version of the upcoming Polestar 3, with a sloping roofline and a sporty design. In addition, the Polestar 4 will provide dual motors, an all-wheel drive setup, and roughly 300 miles of driving range.

Pricing and power figures haven’t been announced yet, but this model is expected to hit the market in 2024.

Next:Polestar 5

2024 Polestar 5 Concept

Polestar 5

Expected Release: 2024

Based on the Precept concept, the Polestar 5 is set to be on American roads sometime in 2024. The Polestar 4 is a four-door hatchback that aims to compete with cars like the Porsche Taycan, Lucid Air, and Tesla Model S, so we can presume it will be fast, luxurious, and expensive.

It’s expected to offer dual motors with up to 884 horsepower. And if it wants to compete with cars like the Model S, the Polestar 5 will likely travel for at least 300 miles on a full charge.

Next:Polestar 6

Polestar 6 LA Concept

Polestar 6

Expected Release: 2026

The Polestar 6 is a gorgeous two-door convertible with a zero-to-60-mph time of 3.1 seconds. It gets 884 horsepower from its dual-motor electric powertrain, and Polestar promises more than 300 miles of range, a 155-mph top speed and 800-volt architecture, which will cut charging times.

Polestar said that all reservation slots for the car have been filled, but the automaker is offering a waitlist for the 6, which is expected to debut in 2026.

Next:Porsche Macan EV

Porsche Macan EV Prototype

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Porsche Macan EV

Expected Release: 2024

The Macan has been a top seller for Porsche, so it’s not surprising that the brand has an electrified version in the works. The Macan EV is expected to resemble the gas-only version but with new front and rear styling. In addition, this SUV will offer two battery sizes, and Porsche says it will have more range than the Taycan’s 227 miles.

This luxury crossover is expected to provide up to 603 horsepower and deliver the sporty handling that has made the gas-only Macan a fast favorite. Pricing has yet to be officially decided but is estimated to start at around $80,000.

Next:Ram 1500 EV

2024 Ram 1500 EV

Ram 1500 EV

Expected Release: 2024

Trucks have always been big sellers in the U.S., and Ram adds another all-electric model to the mix with the 1500 EV. As its name suggests, this truck is an all-electric version of the Ram 1500.

The company recently previewed the new truck with the debut of the Ram Revolution concept.

The 1500 EV will compete with full-size all-electric trucks like the Rivan R1T and Ford F150 Lightning. It’s expected to have two electric motors and a driving range of up to 500 miles. And with a tow rating of roughly 10,000 pounds, the Ram 1500 EV is built to pull heavy loads.

Pricing hasn’t been announced yet but is expected to start at around $60,000.

Next:Rolls-Royce Spectre EV

2023 Rolls-Royce Spectre EV Concept

Rolls-Royce Spectre EV

Expected Release: 2023

The Rolls-Royce Spectre EV provides electrified transportation for those who can afford the best. This all-electric coupe is regal and imposing, with Art Deco design cues and the brand’s iconic headlights brightening the path ahead.

The Spectre is expected to generate 577 horsepower. In addition, Rolls-Royce claims this coupe will have 320 miles of range and dash from 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds.

Pricing hasn’t been officially announced but is expected to start at roughly $400,000. Delivery will begin in the fourth quarter of 2023.

Next:Scout SUV and Pickup

Scout SUV and Pickup Plan

Volkswagen of America, Inc.

Scout SUV and Pickup

Expected Release: 2026

The Scout nameplate was used by a truck and tractor maker in the 1960s and 1970s, and Volkswagen plans to revive this marque, serving as its parent company. Scout will focus exclusively on EVs and get started by introducing an electric truck and SUV.

Scout’s SUV and pickup share a boxy design that looks modern yet retro. Further details haven’t been announced, but these vehicles will hit the market in 2026.

Next:Sony/Honda Afeela


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Sony/Honda Afeela

Expected Release: 2026

Sony and Honda are joining forces to develop a fastback electric sedan. Flying the Afeela brand name, the new car is expected in 2026.

The idea is Honda will bring its car-making expertise to the game, while Sony will create the vehicle’s driver interface, infotainment, connectivity and augmented reality technology. Sony’s sensors with integrate with Honda’s safety technologies.

Little information about figures, pricing, or powertrains has been released. We do know that it will seat five and come standard with all-wheel drive, indicating that it will have at least two electric motors.

Next:Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla Cybertruck

Expected Release: 2023

No EV has drawn attention like the Tesla Cybertruck. From numerous delays in production to company head Elon Musk publicly breaking its allegedly unbreakable glass, this pickup has spent lots of time in the spotlight.

The Cybertruck concept’s range was announced to be around 500 miles, with a tow rating of 14,000 pounds. The Cybertruck was initially expected to have up to three motors, and all three models would come standard with all-wheel drive. The fastest configuration was predicted to reach 60 mph from zero in 2.9 seconds, with a top speed of 130 mph.

We don’t yet know what the range, performance or pricing of the truck’s final production model will be.

Next:Tesla Hatchback

14 February 2019, Hessen, Frankfurt/Main: The logo of the vehicle manufacturer Tesla can be seen on a rim of a Tesla Model 3 in a Tesla Service Center in Frankfurt. Photo: Silas Stein/dpa (Photo by Silas Stein/picture alliance via Getty Images)

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Tesla Hatchback

Expected Release: 2025

Tesla is reworking the Model 3 for a late-2023 release and has been rumored to be working on a smaller, cheaper hatchback for years. Those rumors may come to reality in 2025, as the company is expected to release the Model 2, with a sub-$30,000 price tag and more compact dimensions than its other models.

That said, Tesla doesn’t have a PR department and generally does not respond to questions about future products. Hence, all of this is speculation until we see a concept or production model.

Next:Tesla Roadster

2023 Tesla Roadster

Tesla Roadster

Expected Release: 2023

Tesla’s first model was the Roadster, and the brand plans to relaunch the nameplate in 2023. The new version seats four passengers and will have more power and range than its predecessor; it will also have a much steeper price. Tesla claims the Roadster has a top speed of 250 mph and dashes from 0-60 mph in under 2 seconds.

Tesla says the base model will start at $200,000, and a limited Founders edition will cost around $250,000.

The Roadster was initially expected by now. It’s unclear when the car will arrive in the hands of customers.

Next:Toyota Supra EV

Toyota Supra Ev

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Toyota Supra EV

Expected Release: 2026

Toyota has confirmed an electric sports car by 2026 but has not given it a name. The automaker has shown off an electric concept car with striking low-slung proportions, which could become the Supra EV.

Though it’s Lexus’ parent company, we’re unlikely to see LFA EV-level specs from a Supra EV, given its market positioning. That might mean a slightly slower zero-to-60-mph time and a strong but less impressive range.

Next:Toyota Tacoma EV

toyota tacoma ev pickup

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Toyota Tacoma EV

Expected Release: TBD

Toyota hasn’t given any details on the Tacoma EV, but a few leaked design images show a very Tacoma-like pickup with normal proportions. That would be a little different from the approaches taken by GM with its electric pickups, where the futuristic look makes them feel more like spaceships than work vehicles.

Next:VinFast VF 8 and VF 9

2024 VinFast VF 9

VinFast VF 8 and VF 9

Expected Release: 2024

VinFast is an automaker based in Vietnam. The brand plans to enter the U.S. market with two all-electric SUVs: the VF 8 and VF 9. The VF 8 has two rows and seats five people; the VF 9 is roomier, with three rows of seating.

Though VinFast is based in Asia, both vehicles will eventually be built in North Carolina. The first models to arrive will be made in Vietnam.

All-wheel drive is standard on both models, and buyers can choose from two battery sizes. Range peaks at 292 miles, and pricing will likely start at under $60,000. The company plans to offer an innovative, yet confusing, battery leasing program to reduce the crossovers’ initial costs.

Next:Volkswagen ID. Buzz

2024 Volkswagen ID. BUZZ Showcar

Volkswagen ID. Buzz

Expected Release: 2024

Similar in design to the memorable VW Bus, the VW ID. Buzz has retro styling cues and a starting price of about $60,000.

It comes in rear- and all-wheel-drive configurations and is expected to travel up to 260 miles on a full charge. You can replenish the battery from five to 80 percent in 30 minutes with a properly equipped DC fast charger. And you get 201 horsepower with the base model.

Delivery is expected to begin in 2024. You can read more about the reincarnated VW bus in our ID. Buzz preview story.

Next:Volkswagen ID.7


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Volkswagen ID.7

Expected Release: 2024

VW has confirmed the ID.7’s arrival in 2024 as a sleek sedan similar in size to the Passat. The automaker will start with a single-motor variant, and a dual-motor car will eventually be available.

The automaker is targeting an EPA driving range of about 300 miles. Though we don’t have full specs, VW has promised zero-to-60-mph times in the low 5-second range.

This EV’s interior is spacious and features a 15-inch touch screen. The ID.7 is expected to include a standard augmented-reality head-up display and optional massaging seats.

Next:Volkswagen ID.8

Volkswagen Showcar ID. CROZZ

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Volkswagen ID.8

Expected Release: 2023

Volkswagen is pumping out EV after EV, and the ID.8 is a three-row seating variant meant to attract American families.

Volkswagen has kept exact specifications under a veil, but if the ID.8 is due to be bigger than the ID.6, with seating for up to seven passengers.

Pricing is also a mystery. However, since VW tends to lean toward the more affordable end of the spectrum, the family hauler will likely start at around $45,000.

Next:Volkswagen ID. Space Vizzion

Volkswagen ID. Vizzion Concept Car

Volkswagen ID. Space Vizzion

Expected Release: 2023

The ID. Space Vizzion is more than just a silly name – it’s a stepping stone for Volkswagen to get into the semi-luxurious all-electric sedan sector. The Space Vizzion started as a concept, but VW has it slated for production. Unfortunately, a lot of important information is yet to be announced, with much of it left to speculation.

VW originally scheduled a 2021 release, but the pandemic necessitated a plan change. The automaker hasn’t revealed pricing.

Next:Volkswagen Trinity

Volkswagen Trinity First Sketch

Volkswagen Trinity

Expected Release: 2028

Volkswagen plans to release an all-electric sedan called the Trinity. The original release date was 2026, but delays have pushed this back to 2028. Also, VW planned to build a $2 billion factory to produce this vehicle. Now it looks like that factory may not be constructed.

It’s unclear whether the Trinity, or a vehicle based upon it, will come to the U.S.

VW claims the Trinity will have a 434-mile range and Level 4 autonomous driving. The Trinity will replace the Arteon as the brand’s flagship.

Next:Volvo EX30

2025 Volvo EX30 photos

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Volvo EX30

Expected Release: 2025

The EX30 is the second next-gen EV Volvo has recently announced, following the EX90’s reveal earlier this year. The automaker promises 275 miles of range and a zero-to-60-mph time as quick as 3.4 seconds. The EX30 is also capable of DC fast-charging from 10% battery life up to 80% in just under 27 minutes.

This SUV will deliver a premium interior with sustainable materials and plenty of tech, and it will come with the generous safety equipment we expect from Volvo. That includes a surround-view parking camera system and Pilot Assist, which maintains a following distance and helps keep the vehicle centered in its lane.

Next:Volvo EX90

2024 Volvo EX90

Volvo EX90

Expected Release: 2024

Volvo expands its EV lineup with the EX90. It seats seven and travels for 300 miles on a full charge. The EX90 generates up to 496 horsepower and makes it from 0-60 mph in 4.7 seconds.

This model has a 111-kWh battery pack. It tows up to 4,850 pounds and provides up to 67.6 cubic feet of cargo room.

Pricing is around $80,000 for the base model.

Next:Volvo XC60 EV

2023 Volvo XC60

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Volvo XC60 EV

Expected Release: 2024

Volvo plans to electrify the next generation of its XC60 SUV. The XC60 EV helps fill the gaps and gets Volvo closer to its goal of having an all-electric lineup by 2030. Volvo sells a gas-only XC60 and a plug-in hybrid model – both very popular for the automaker. So, an all-electric variant is likely to do just as well.

The automaker hasn’t revealed further details regarding the XC60 EV.


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How Much Do Electric Cars Cost?
As with gas-only cars, EV pricing varies based on what a vehicle offers.  Pricing starts in the mid to high $20,000s, getting you a model like the Chevrolet Bolt EV or Nissan Leaf. At the other end of the spectrum, luxury EVs like the Tesla Model X have six-figure pricing. For more information, read our article about EV pricing.

How Long do Electric Cars Last?
Since EVs, by default, are more straightforward than cars with gas-only engines, they’re much easier to fix and keep operational. Life span mostly depends on the integrity of the battery – which you can learn more about by reading our article about EV battery life.

When Will All Cars be Electric?
It’s a tough call since all automakers have different goals. Companies like Volvo and Jaguar want their entire lineup to be electric by 2030. However, some automakers are taking a more cautious approach; for example, Toyota plans to stop producing gas-powered cars by 2040. Internal combustion engines are being phased out, but due to the pre-established infrastructure favoring gasoline engines, it will take time.

What Percentage of Cars Will be Electric by 2025?
According to Boston Consulting Group, by 2025, 20 percent of cars on American roads will be fully electric. And by 2035, that figure is expected to rise to 68 percent.  

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Many EVs listed here aren’t yet available for purchase, but plenty of EVs are. So if you’re in the market for an all-electric vehicle and need help with your search, here is our ranked list of electric vehicles.

If you’re not ready to go all-electric and prefer to stick with a hybrid, that’s fine, too. We also have a hybrid section that breaks these vehicles down in an honest and informative way.

When you’re ready to buy or lease your next vehicle, you can save some money by using our Best Price Program. It connects you with local dealers offering pre-negotiated prices and home delivery options.

Also, feel free to browse our insurance section. You can compare plans, get answers to the most asked questions regarding insurance, and get rates based on your current ZIP code.

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Upcoming Electric Vehicles

  • Audi A6 e-tron
  • Audi Q4 e-tron
  • Canoo Electric Pickup Truck
  • Canoo Lifestyle Vehicle
  • Faraday Future FF 91
  • Fisker Ocean
  • Indi One
  • Kia EV9
  • Lagonda All-Terrain
  • Lexus RZ 450e
  • Lucid Gravity
  • Mercedes-Benz EQE
  • Polestar 3
  • Rolls-Royce Spectre EV
  • Tesla Cybertruck
  • Tesla Roadster
  • Volkswagen ID.8
  • Volkswagen ID. Space Vizzion
  • Acura ZDX
  • Buick Electra E5
  • Cadillac Celestiq
  • Cadillac Escalade IQ
  • Chevrolet Blazer EV
  • Chevrolet Equinox EV
  • Chevrolet Silverado Electric
  • DeLorean Alpha5
  • Dodge Charger EV
  • Fisker Pear
  • Fiat 500e
  • GMC Sierra EV
  • Honda Prologue
  • Hyundai Ioniq 5 N
  • Hyundai Ioniq 6 N
  • Hyundai Ioniq 7
  • Jeep Recon
  • Jeep Wagoneer S
  • Jeep Wrangler EV
  • Lotus Eletre
  • Maserati GranTurismo Folgore
  • Maserati Grecale Folgore
  • Maserati MC20 Folgore EV
  • Mercedes-Benz EQG
  • Mercedes-Benz EQA
  • Mini Aceman
  • Mini Countryman EV
  • Polestar 4
  • Polestar 5
  • Porsche Macan EV
  • Ram 1500 EV
  • VinFast VF 8
  • VinFast VF 9
  • Volkswagen ID. Buzz
  • Volkswagen ID.7
  • Volvo EX90
  • Volvo XC60 EV
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia EV
  • Bentley Bentayga
  • Chevrolet Corvette EV
  • Chevrolet Corvette SUV Electric
  • Chrysler Airflow
  • Deus Vayanne
  • Ford Explorer EV
  • Lexus LFA EV
  • Lincoln Star
  • Lotus Envya
  • Tesla Hatchback
  • Volvo EX30
  • Apple Car
  • BMW i5 M
  • Polestar 6
  • Scout SUV and Pickup
  • Sony/Honda Afeela
  • Toyota Supra EV
  • Bollinger B1 SUV
  • Bollinger B2 Truck
  • Corvette SUV electric
  • Toyota Tacoma EV


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