Electric cars are the future, and we’ve seen car manufacturers add more EVs to their portfolio every year. We have compiled a list of some electric car models that are not yet available but will be soon, from the prototype to the start of production.
Audi e-Tron GT
Audi promises that this sports sedan’s production version would look close to the attractive prototype. Mechanically, with the Porsche Taycan, it will share its underpinnings and powertrain and deliver 590 horsepower and up to 637 in overboost mode. Base models produce 510 horsepower, or 12 less than the Taycan 4S. Audi says that it is capable of 249 miles on a single charge, and they estimated that it would cost around $163,000. The time it arrives in 2021 will support 150-kW fast-charging capabilities.
The first “I” cars from BMW, the i3 and i8, depend on wild, futuristic designs to make a point. As it is supposed to be identical to the 4-series Gran Coupe four-door hatchback, the electric sub-brands next model will have much more traditional styling. The i4 will have 523 hp and an 80.0-kWh battery pack, BMW has already confirmed, and will start production in 2021.
A pair of utilitarian-looking high-end cars, including this B1 SUV, come from a Michigan-based startup, each priced at $125,000 and scheduled to begin hitting customers in 2021. They focus the point of view of those prepared to add many options to what is already a high-end SUV or truck at … Continue reading >>>