It’s no secret that electric vehicles are getting increasingly popular. With more auto brands entering the field and various offerings being available, more people are seeing the need to move from the conventional petrol and diesel-based vehicles to their electric counterparts.
To wit, we look at some of the biggest electric cars that are supposed to hit markets within the next year:
Audi E-Tron Sportback
The Sportback made a first appearance in 2017 at the Shanghai motor show. The car is expected to have the same size as the Audi A7, along with a coupe styling feature.
The driving position of this car is to be raised and it will also assume a more aggressive position and detailing with its SUV styling. It comes with 3 electric motors that will provide 486hp. Plus, it goes from 0 to 62mph in about 4 seconds.
The reveal of the XJ is already upon us. It is expected to replace the XJ luxury car with an all-electric platform, as well as no petrol or diesel alternatives. Among other things, the car will provide a five-door hatch model, which is a departure from the conventional model of a four-door salon.
The Mini E
The Mini E is expected to be the attest revelation in the series of Mini experiment cars that were started in 2009. Apart from a much more abundant number available than its predecessors the fully electric Mini E comes redesigned with a new type of battery technology that offers much of an improvement over others.
Tesla Model 3
The latest in the line of Elon Musk’s offerings is coming to a dealership near you in 2019. The Model 3 comes with a wide array of premium options that you’ll expect to see in the Audi Ar, Mercedes C Class and some BMW luxury offerings, but for a much more accommodating price. Customers can start placing orders as the right hand versions are scheduled to be produced this year.
Volvo XC40 Electric
This here marks Volvo’s very first effort at bringing an all-electric car. We have been informed that the chassis of this SUV will be inspired by the new XC40. However, apart from this, tee really isn’t anything else that is known about the vehicle. We’ll just have to wait a bit for it to be released.
There will also be an all-electric car from Nissan, which will come with some awesome technology. The Nissan brand is looking to forge ahead with the integration of advanced vehicle control and some innovative safety technologies. All of this has been combined with the latest in AI technology to create autonomous driving that can be applied to real-world situations.
Audi Q6 E-Tron Quattro –
This Audi offering made its debut appearance for the Audi Q6 E-Tron Quattro at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. The company seem to take on the challenge of giving the Tesla X a run for its money, and the manufacturer looks to be more serious about ramping up production for it. They claim that this one will provide 310 miles on a single charge and go for a cool £60,000.