Electric cars are the future, and each year we’ve seen automakers add more EVs to their lineup. These EVs aren’t for sale yet but are in various stages from concept to production. We’ve compiled a list of electric vehicle, from concept to starting production. After that, it isn’t available yet but will be soon.
BMW i4 (Expected: Late 2021)
BMW has already announced that the i4 will have 523 hp and an 80.0-kWh battery pack, and it will start production in 2021. The i3 and i8 relied upon wild, futuristic designs to make a statement. The next model in the electric sub-brand will have far more conventional styling.
Audi Q4 e-tron (Expected: 2021)
As you might expect from its name, the Q4 e-tron will slot in between Audi’s Q3 and Q5 crossovers in size. But it will be different from both in that it will come only in an all-electric e-tron configuration. In addition, Audi Q4 e-tron will ride on the company’s MEB platform.
Electric Vehicle Mercedes-Benz EQC (Expected: 2021)
The Mercedes-Benz EQC400 4Matic, Mercedes’s first electric vehicle, is a compact crossover with an estimated range of 200 miles. We tested the EQC this past spring and found it hewed closely to the values Mercedes is known for: comfort, quietness, and precision in steering. The luxury vehicle starts at $68,895 and is slated to reach showrooms in early 2021.
Mercedes-Benz EQA (Expected: 2021)
Mercedes-Benz’s entirely new EV lineup will be part of what they’re calling the EQ family. Mercedes-Benz has pretty tight-lipped about range, or other powertrain details. EQA is their electric compact SUV, that was spot testing in the early months of 2020.
Mercedes-Benz EQS (Expected: 2021)
EQ designates this new model as part of Mercedes’ electric sub-brand. And spy photos suggest that 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 mishmash of all three.
Electric Vehicle Ford F-150 Electric (Expected: 2021)
Ford drawing in new shoppers interested in owning a pickup, but without the carbon footprint of a gasoline engine. It’s too soon for detailed specs, but Ford did pull off an impressive stunt in July when it had an electric F-150 tow a million pounds. Above all, the Ford F-150 electric pickup truck is expected on sale in 2021.
Mazda MX-30 (Expected: 2021)
Mazda’s first fully electric vehicle, the MX-30, is a quirky small crossover with rear half-doors reminiscent of the RX-8 sports car. Initial specs show a tiny, 35.5-kWh battery pack, which won’t likely have more range than 150 miles. However, It hasn’t officially confirmed for the U.S. market yet, but if it does come, we think it will arrive sometime in late 2021.
Electric Vehicle Nissan Ariya (Expected: Late 2021)
The Nissan Ariya is Nissan’s second fully electric vehicle and built on what Nissan has created with the Leaf. Nissan said the most powerful version of this electric crossover has 389 hp, while the longest-range model promises to go 300 miles on a charge. It’ll feature Nissan’s new semi-autonomous driving system, ProPilot 2.0, and a dual front/rear motor drive configuration. Therefore, it has a starting price of around $40,000.