The era of electric cars is slowly stealing the world’s attention. In addition to being environmentally friendly, this electric car has sophisticated features and a futuristic design that is in great demand.
In this article, we list the 10 most awaited electric cars scheduled for release next year. Some of them, a trio of pickups that have innovative features such as the Tesla Cybertruck, Ford F-150 Lightning, and Nissan Ariya.
Lucid Air Pure
Lucid Air comes at a lower price. Previously, the price of the first edition of the Lucid Air Pure in the premium class was priced at US $ 169,000. Even so, this latest edition has a longer battery stage and is able to reach more than 400 miles.
Estimated release: Late 2022, Range: 406 miles, Price: US$ 77,400
Tesla’s idea of releasing an electric pickup truck has been around for a long time. This plan was announced in 2019, but has not yet been produced. Tesla CEO Elon Musk then hinted the car will arrive late next year.
Estimated release: Late 2022, Range: Up to 500 miles, Price: From $39,900
Fisker’s first car will be a sustainable electric car because it uses recycled plastic and has a solar roof to generate extra energy. This is an SUV with a rotating dashboard and windows that open, including the rear windshield.
Estimated coming: Production starts November 2022, Range: 250 to 350 miles, Price: US$ 37,499 to US$ 68,999
Ford F-150 Lightning
Tesla and Ford’s competition in the electric pickup segment will be fiercer. However, Ford has one main advantage that is presenting non-battery vehicles that are on the best-selling list in America. The car has the ability to tow up to 10,000 pounds.
Hyundai Ioniq 5
Hyundai is starting production of an electric car called the Ioniq, and the first to debut is the 5 . It is an SUV type car that offers fast charging and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just five seconds. It also has bidirectional charging, which means it can power other Ioniqs. The base version will arrive only after more premium cars arrive in the United States (US).
Estimated release: Late 2021 with more models arriving in 2022, Range: Up to 303 miles, Price: US$ 40,925 to US$ 55,725
The KIA EV6 is the first in the lineup with fast charging and backup charging for the generator in the event of a power outage at home. It has a panoramic touchscreen display, and Augmented Reality (AR) projection on the windshield. The EV6 is built on the same battery platform as its compatriot, the Hyundai Ioniq, so the two cars will have similar performance.
Estimated arrival: Early 2022, Range: 303 miles, Price: Not announced yet
Mazda finally has an electric car. But the MX-30 only has a 35.5 kWh battery with a range of 100 miles. Other cars actually have a larger battery size of 64 kWh with twice the range. At least this vehicle has a limited release with a small SUV.
Estimated coming: Early 2022 for California drivers Range: 100 miles Price: US$ 33,470
Electric vehicle start-up Rivian is soon releasing a pickup designed for adventure with three rows of seats, which is as tough as a truck. This new car has earned the nickname Truck of the Year in 2022.
Estimated arrival: Early 2022, Range: 316 miles, Price: Starting from US$ 70,000
The Ariya is starting to compete with Tesla and its Y model sport utility vehicle (SUV). Now Nissan is really adding this slimmer SUV to its electric car lineup. The Ariya is expected to be a step up from the Leaf hatchback electric car.
Expected arrival: Fall 2022, Range: 300 miles, Price: From US$47,125
The BMW i4 is an electric sports sedan that is part of BMW’s electrification strategy. This vehicle comes against the Tesla Model 3 as an electric car, not an SUV.
Expected arrival: Mid 2022, Range: 300 miles, Price: From US$55,400
Volvo XC40 Recharge
The XC40 Recharge SUV is Volvo’s first electric model without a gas-powered counterpart. It is slightly more expensive and performs slightly better in terms of speed and range which is the answer to the Volvo XC40 Recharge, the counterpart of gas powered vehicles. The C40 differs from the XC40 Recharge with a sweet wing on the rear windshield above the Volvo rear logo.
Estimated arrival: Early 2022 Range: 200 miles Price: US$ 55,000
The EQS is a luxury sedan, and part of Mercedes’ first line of electric cars. A wider EQ series that will include an electric SUV and even a minivan. A high-performance vehicle version of the EQS will be out later in 2022.
Estimated arrival: Late 2021 to 2022 Range: 350 miles Price: US$ 102,000