Automakers are investing in electric vehicles, from established names such as Nissan and Mercedes to new companies like Lucid, Canoo, and Rivian.
Nissan is working on an electric successor to the Micra, expected to launch in 2023
, while Mercedes has unveiled the EQXX with a 1000km range.
Pickup trucks and SUVs with battery packs are set to become more common in the next few years
, and modern battery technology is making 200+ mile range and performance comparable to petrol and diesel cars more attainable.
Electric cars are the future, and each year we've seen automakers add more EVs to their lineups. Everyone is working on electric vehicles, from well-established existing manufacturers to new names such as Lucid , Canoo, and Rivian .
Future EVs: Every Electric Vehicle Coming Soon
Nissan has confirmed that it's working on an electric successor to the Micra , the new compact electric car. It will sit on the same platform as the Renault 5. Little else has been said about the new model, but we're predicting a 2023 launch.
Mercedes unveiled the EQXX at the start of 2022, promising a 1000km range.
Future electric cars: Upcoming EVs on the road soon
The next few years will be the ones that truly open up the electric vehicle market. Pickup trucks and SUVs packing battery packs instead of gas engines will soon be rolling off production lines en masse , remaking the American automotive landscape with every day they're on sale.
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Although electric cars are nothing new, they’re seeing an explosion in popularity well ahead of the incoming 2030 ban on the sale of petrol and diesel cars . Modern battery tech means a 200+ mile range is becoming ever more attainable while providing performance that would in many cases shame an equivalent internal combustion car.
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