In the next few years, we should see a flurry of new electric vehicles from old and new automakers. Whether you’re looking for a compact SUV, a sleek-looking sedan, or an eye-catching sports car, you’ll find an electric vehicle.
From the wacky Tesla Cybertruck to the super sporty Polestar 6, we’ve compiled a list of the best and most exciting cars to come in 2023 and beyond.
There’s a lot of hype about Tesla’s new cars, but the Tesla Cybertruck has always been a special case. Not only is it Tesla’s first electric truck, it’s unlike anything else on the road. The steel exoskeleton promises incredible durability, capable of withstanding 9mm bullets, and the angular design certainly stands out. This is in addition to Tesla’s usual array of features, including Autopilot, a range of up to 500 miles, and his 0-60 time of sub-3 seconds.
The delayed second-generation Tesla Roadster could finally arrive in 2023. The Roadster is priced at around $200,000, but has a range of 620 miles, a top speed of 250mph and a 0-60 time of less than 1.99 seconds for him. It’s also a convertible, something that’s almost non-existent in the world of electric vehicles. In short, this would be a very special car for those who can afford it.
VW ID Buzz
The classic Volkswagen van makes a comeback as a fully electric vehicle in the form of the Volkswagen ID Buzz. European deliveries are expected to begin in 2023, and the US-spec model is expected to go on sale in 2024. It’s above.
US specs haven’t been revealed, but in the UK we see prices starting at £57,115 (about $69,500), a WLTP range of 260 miles, up to 77.8 cubic feet of cargo space and an estimated 0-60 hour of 8.5. I’m here. seconds. A Professional model without the back seat is also available, providing ample storage for tools and equipment.
The first of many Polestar models to arrive in the next few years, the American-made Polestar 3 is expected to arrive at the end of 2023, with prices starting at $85,300. Polestar now offers an SUV with up to 379 miles of range (WLTP), 30 minutes fast charging time, 4.6 seconds 0-60 hours, autonomous driving assistance with LiDAR, Android Automotive OS and more. Plus, being an SUV, it offers up to 49.8 cubic feet of cargo space, unlike the rather compact Polestar 2.
We’ve been hearing about the Fisker Ocean for quite some time now, and deliveries are expected to start in early 2023. Starting at $37,499, it features a range of up to 350 miles, self-driving, a rotating touchscreen, and more. Fisker Ocean has a lot to offer. Especially considering the company’s sustainability pledge and commitment to using recycled materials wherever possible.
Hyundai IONIQ 6
Most automakers are pushing the SUV segment pretty strongly right now, but Hyundai is going a different route with the Hyundai IONIQ 6. The upcoming electric model is a luxury sedan offering a range of 340 miles and a 0-60s time of 5.1 seconds. In addition, like many other Hyundai vehicles, it offers charging speeds of up to 350kW and a range of high-tech options such as camera side mirrors and autonomous driving assistance. Whether he can convince an SUV-enthusiastic American driver to buy a sedan is one thing, but the IONIQ 6 doesn’t seem to go down easily.
With the Kia EV6 currently being voted as the best electric vehicle, there are a lot of expectations for its follow-up Kia EV9 full-size SUV. Even if the car arrives by the end of 2023, there’s still a lot we don’t know, but we expect many of the EV6’s biggest assets to be transferred. , expect ultra-fast 800V charging, and cool interior tech. Not to mention all the cargo space such a giant car can offer.
Chevrolet Silverado EV
Chevrolet and General Motors have already launched a number of electric vehicles, and the Silverado EV marks a major step forward into the electric truck business. What caught our attention was the $39,990 starting price, considering this truck has a range of up to 400 miles, Super Cruise autonomous driving assistance, and a 0-to-60 time of his 4.5 seconds. is. There will be stiff competition, but everything we’ve seen from GM’s electrified vehicles suggests the Silverado EV will give the likes of Ford and Tesla competition for their money.
Mercedes EQE SUV
Not to be confused with the Mercedes EQE and EQS SUVs already on sale. The Mercedes EQE SUV is the latest addition to Mercedes’ all-electric SUV range. I cannot help but admire their dedication to electrification. We don’t know how much the EQE SUV will cost (a lot is our best guess), but the WLTP has 342 miles of range, a maximum of 677 horsepower and a top speed of 137-149 mph. 0-60 seems to happen in just 3.4 seconds. Plus, it has some great Mercedes tech like Apple’s Spatial Audio, Dolby Atmos, and his Hyperscreen display on the full dash.
Jeep’s first foray into the electric vehicle business is expected sometime in 2023, but the Jeep Avenger is unlikely to make it into North America. Instead, the first vehicle to hit the Western Hemisphere will be the 2024 Jeep Wagoneer. A very impressive sounding car with 400 miles of range, 600 horsepower and an impressive 0-60 time (3.5 seconds). Like any good Jeep, it offers his 4×4 driving as standard, and the SUV design allows you to enjoy plenty of interior space.
Ford Explorer EV
Ford is already making waves in the electric vehicle market, especially with the launch of the all-electric F-150 Lightning. The Ford Explorer is the next car to have electric treatment, with the first model due in his early 2025. What’s interesting is that this is one of Ford’s most popular cars, showing that the company is taking electrification seriously. On top of that, this is actually a proper SUV, unlike the compact crossover that is the Mustang Mach E.
rolls royce specter
If you think electric cars are expensive today, wait until you have a Rolls-Royce Specter. With a starting price of $413,000, this is a very rare sight and well beyond what almost all of us can afford. I can’t wait. The Rolls-Royce has a long history of extreme luxury and excellent soundproofing, so when you combine that 323-mile range with his 4.5-second 0-60 time, we see a heck of a car. And what you see in the starting part.
Jeep’s official electric off-roader is also expected to arrive in 2024, promising to be “100% Jeep” even without an engine. There’s still a lot we don’t know, but it seems like the perfect Jeep for an outdoor experience. Namely, underbody protection, “aggressive” off-road tires, tow hooks, removable doors, one-touch power top and the carmaker’s Selec-Terrain traction management system – rocker axle technology. It also has built-in features that provide travel guides and detailed off-road trails.
Volvo already has a lot of experience with electric cars, even ignoring Polestar, so expect great things from the flagship Volvo EX90. First deliveries are due for him in early 2024, with prices starting under his $80,000. For that money, you get a Polestar-inspired design, seven seats, his 0-60 time of 5.9 seconds and a preliminary range of 346 miles. Volvo has also added an array of sensors and cameras to maximize safety, even when the Pilot Assist ADAS system is not activated. In short, we’re looking for the safest, most high-tech Volvo ever, with plenty of room for the whole family.
Range Rover EV
Most of us don’t like Range Rovers. They’re not going anywhere anytime soon, but 2024 will be the first year you can test your patience from an electric drivetrain. It means that it will not be done. Sadly, there’s still a lot we don’t know, but you can expect Jaguar Land Rover to bring all the best in performance and technology to this machine.
Dodge Charger Daytona SRT
Despite Doge’s initial claims to the contrary, the new Dodge Charger Daytona SRT is 100% electric. Starting as a concept car, the model is set to go into full production in 2024, making it the first all-electric muscle car to hit the market. The car offers his 800V charging architecture, which promises to make him 25% more aerodynamic than the charger models currently on the market.
And while most electric cars pride themselves on being quiet, Dodge uses a fake exhaust that pumps air to produce realistic muscle sounds that reach as high as 126 decibels, without the need for an engine or speakers. developed gas. This, combined with the increased power and speed of the electric drivetrain, means Dodge is evolving without losing the appeal of the car people love so much.
There aren’t many cheap electric cars out there right now, but we’re starting to see automakers slowly putting them on the road. Fisker Pear is a compact SUV. Beyond its targeted range of 310 miles, its late 2024 launch date, and its striking similarities to the Foxconn Model C, there’s still a lot we don’t know about this car.
DeLorean Alpha V
The DeLorean Motor Company is back in the 21st century, bringing back the now-iconic DeLorean as an all-electric sports car. Thankfully, unlike Doc Brown’s version, he doesn’t need 1.21GW of connections to run this. The DeLorean Alpha V is set to go on sale in 2024, has an estimated range of 300 miles, a top speed of 155 mph and a 0-60 time of 2.99 seconds. Oh, and like the original, it has gullwing doors. I’m looking forward to it.
However, not all Polestars of the future will be SUVs. The Polestar 6 already promises to be an incredible convertible sporting his car, with the performance worthy of the carmaker that started out as his racing team. Polestar says he’s aiming for 870 horsepower, a 0-60 time of 3.1 seconds for him, and a top speed of 155 mph. Not a Tesla Roadster performance, but still the best performing he will be one. fastest electric carCombined with a sleek and stylish design, 800-volt charging architecture, over 370 miles of range, and all the usual high-tech Polestar features, this looks like a very special car. At $200,000, it’s a shame it won’t come out until 2026.