What electric vehicles will debut in the coming years?
Automakers and startups are preparing a fleet of new electric vehicles, crossovers, SUVs and even pickups for the coming model years. For example, new electric cars that will go to showrooms in 2020 include the Bollinger B1 SUV, Mercedes-Benz EQC, the new Mini Electric, Polestar 2, Porsche Taycan, the Rivian R1T pickup, and Tesla Roadster and Model Y.
Only recently introduced its crossover e-tron quattro and its cheaper version, Audi plans to release 20 new electric vehicles by 2025. The automaker has already announced that a TT sports coupe/convertible will be released in the electric version in the coming years. Reports suggest the company will also electrify its flagship A8 sedan, as well as offer a version of the Q4 e-tron crossover.BMW
BMW is developing several new all-electric models for future implementation. The first of these will probably be the ix3 crossover, which has an engine power of 200 kW, a battery capacity of 70 kW⋅h and can travel up to 400 km on a single charge. Then there will be an i4 sedan with a power reserve on one charge up to 500 km, which will be based on the 4th series of Gran Coupe, and a larger medium-sized sedan i5, which accelerates to 96 km per hour in less than four seconds and travels up to 600 km on one charge. The work also is a production model based on the concept of BMW iNext (which may be called the i6 and get 3 versions).
The start-up Bollinger plans to release its first electric square SUV B1 and the first electric B2 in 2020. The company claims that the B2 model will be all-wheel drive and equipped with two engines with a capacity of 614 HP, will be able to tow up to 3.5 tons and have a power reserve on one charge of 320 km.
The FCA family of brands includes Alfa Romeo, Dodge, Chrysler, Fiat, Jeep, Maserati and Ram brands that have ambitious plans for the production of electric vehicles. The first electric Fiat 500e will be released in the 2021 model year. There may be a fully electric version of the Chrysler Pacifica, which is already on the market in the form of a plug-in hybrid version, and electric pickups Jeep and Ram.
Ford is going all-in with 16 electric models, which will appear by 2022 thanks to the development team Edison. The range will consist of a crossover similar to the Mustang, and a luxury SUV under the Lincoln brand, (both will be released in 2021). Ford also announced that it will sell a fully electric version of its most popular model — the f-150 pickup. The company is also working with rivian startup to create an electric luxury SUV.
GM hopes to release 20 electric vehicles by 2023. Cadillac division will become an avant-garde brand of electric vehicles, and its first model will be a crossover-SUV, which will appear in showrooms in late 2021 or early 2022. Chevrolet is planning to create an analogue of the Bolt EV, which is likely to have common components and a sports crossover profile with a high roof. Buick is also likely to release an electric car. A fully electric GM pickup truck may appear, which will reportedly share the platform with the aforementioned Cadillac SUV, though it is not yet known what it will be called or what GM division will sell it. The company is also considering returning the Hummer as a fully electric, zero-emission SUV.
The South Korean Duo recently announced that they will jointly develop a series of electric vehicles on their modular electric-Global (E-GMP) platform. With four electric cars for two brands on sale, the company hopes to have 44 electrified models (including hybrids, plug-in hybrids and fuel cell models) on the market by 2025. These will include an electric sedan with a power reserve on one charge up to 500 km, which will be sold under the Genesis brand in 2021.
Jaguar Land Rover
In the coming model years there will be a large SUV and a premium sedan, created on the modular longitudinal architecture of the Jaguar Land Rover. The sedan will be the next generation of the flagship Jaguar XJ with a power reserve of 480 km on one charge. The SUV will likely be the electric version of the Land Rover Range Rover, which will be updated in 2021.
Mazda recently announced that it will release its first electric car by 2021, but there is no detailed information about it.
Mercedes-Benz plans to release a line of electric vehicles under its sub-brand EQ, and by 2022 wants to present 10 models in several market segments.
Mitsubishi says it plans to develop a number of electric cars that will be based on common platforms with Nissan and Renault models, but details will only appear in 2020. Mitsubishi introduced the concept of an electric car called the e-Evolution at the Tokyo motor show in 2017.
As one of the first automakers to introduce electric cars, Nissan hopes to produce 12 electric cars by 2022 (clean electric cars, electric cars with a gasoline power generator, and hybrids). Now in the work of the company is an electric crossover, as well as a small commercial electric van, which may appear on the us market.
The famous German sports car manufacturer plans to release the electric car Taycan in 2020 and the sports sedan Cross Turismo in 2021, which will have an electric motor capacity of 600 HP and overcome about 480 km on a single charge. The electric version of the popular SUV Macan will go into production at the beginning of the next decade.
The high-end r1s crossover will be the second electric model of the Rivian startup after the Rivian R1T pickup in 2020. Power reserve R1S on one charge will be 640 km, from 0 to 100 km it can accelerate in 3 seconds. Like the pickup, it will be assembled at a former Mitsubishi plant in Normal, Illinois.
Tesla will release the compact electric crossover Model Y in 2020, the company’s next model is likely to be an all-electric pickup. Tesla CEO Elon Musk noted that the electric will be created in the style of “cyberpunk” and have six seats, it will be able to overcome 640 — 800 km on one charge, will be all-wheel drive and equipped with two engines.
Toyota plans to offer half a dozen electric vehicles by 2025. Some will be fully electric, some will be plug-in hybrid and hybrid. The electric version of the C-HR crossover debuts initially for the Chinese market. Other electric vehicles will be based on a newly developed specialized platform for electric vehicles. The new architecture will allow you to create everything from a three-row SUV or sports sedan to a small crossover or compact van. Toyota and Subaru will jointly develop a new electric platform for off-road vehicles.
Volkswagen is making big plans for electric cars around the world, and 70 new electric models will be released by 2028. The first of them will be sold in Europe under the name ID.3, the second model will be a compact crossover called ID. Crozz and will enter the US market in 2021. It is assumed that the crossover will be equipped with two electric motors with a capacity of 302 HP and have a power reserve on one charge of 480 km. They will be followed by an electric minibus for eight passengers ID. Buzz. This electric vehicle will be equipped with a four-wheel drive system with two engines and will have a power reserve on one charge of 600 km.
Volvo says five electric models will be on the market by 2021, with half of the company’s sales (including the Polestar sub-brand) coming from electric cars by 2025. After the polestar 2 sedan came the first Volvo electric car. It is expected to be an electrified version of the compact crossover XC40, which is likely to be the 2021 model.