- Alfa Romeo
- Aston Martin
- Land Rover
BMW is in a full electrified onslaught that includes the brand’s largest sedan, the 7-Series. The i7 offers all the luxury of the regular 7 Series, but in a unique, all-electric package. Initially, it was available with a dual motor set-up making 536 hp. Now joining the lineup is a rear-wheel drive version called the eDrive50.
The luxury EV SUV segment is a booming market right now and no luxury manufacturer can afford to not be in it. This is where Cadillac has decided to enter the world of electric vehicles with the Lyriq. It’s a stylish SUV that wears the design language we expect to be on most new Cadillacs, or at least the brand’s electric ones.
Genesis is electrifying many of the brand’s popular models and the GV70 is one of the manufacturer’s latest. The all-wheel drive compact SUV ditches the regular gasoline engine options for a dual motor set-up. Output for the Electrified GV70 is listed between 429-483 horsepower depending on trim level.
GMC will be entering the full-size all electric pickup truck world with the Sierra EV. To start, the top of the line Denali Edition 1 will be available, featuring a dual motor set-up. Like it’s corporate sibling, the Chevrolet Silverado EV, the top trim Sierra will have 754 hp and 785 lb.-ft of torque.
Hyundai’s latest member of the brand’s Ioniq family is a sedan. While most manufacturers are introducing nothing but all-electric SUVs, the Ioniq 6 features traditional sedan bodywork. Like the Ioniq 5, power choices come for a single rear-mounted motor or a pair of motors powering all four wheels.
Kia‘s latest all-electric vehicle is the big EV9. Although details are scarce at this time, more information should be released about the big three-row SUV soon. Expect the EV9 to be larger than Kia’s other three-row SUV, the Telluride. The EV9 is slated to carry 6 or 7 passengers depending on trim configuration.
The RZ is Lexus’ first foray into the world of electric vehicles. Sharing a platform with the Toyota bZ4X and Subaru Solterra, the RZ sets itself apart by offering more power than either of those two offerings. With a larger front motor, the all-wheel drive Lexus generates a total of 313 hp. Maximum range is just 220 miles on a single charge which is lower than most of its rivals.
The Eletre will shock a lot of Lotus faithful. Not only is this the brand’s first SUV, but it is an all electric one as well. Rest assured, the Eletre is all about performance and is designed to hold its own on the track. Power comes from a set of electric motors that makes anywhere from just over 600 hp to in excess of 900 hp.
The Lotus Evija is part of a new onslaught of products from the British manufacturer. As the halo vehicle in the brand’s portfolio, nothing about the Evija is subtle. Under that striking body work are four electric motors that combine to create almost 2,000 hp. The all-wheel drive hypercar offers mind-bending levels of performance, all while silently going about its business.
Lucid is a newcomer to the automotive landscape. But the brand’s first product, the Air, is an impressive piece of machinery. The all-electric sedan can be had with various powertrain set-ups. Some versions can travel upwards of 516 miles on a single charge, while others have over 1,200 hp.
The Maserati GranTurismo is a Grand Touring coupe with an Italian flare. Not much on the road sounds anything like the GranTurismo, even if it now uses a six-cylinder engine instead of a V8. For those that want something different, there’s the Folgore. It utilizes three electric motors that produce around 750 total horsepower.
Mazda enters the electric vehicle world with the MX-30 EV. A city commuter electric crossover, the MX-30 features half rear doors similar to those once featured on the RX-8. Currently the MX-30 is only available in configuration with a 143 hp motor powering the front wheels.
The Mercedes-Benz EQE sedan is the second member of the EQ all-electric sedan family. Smaller than the EQS, the EQE is a more affordable mid-size all-electric option from Mercedes. But just because it is smaller doesn’t mean the EQE lacks the technology wizardry found in the larger EQ family members.
The Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV is the third member of the EQ all-electric SUV family. Smaller than the EQS SUV, but larger than the EQB, the EQE is Mercedes’ mid-size all-electric utility vehicle option. Like its other EQ siblings, the EQE SUV is packed full of technological wizardry.
The EQ family of all electric vehicles continues to grow at Mercedes-Benz. One of the first models introduced was the flagship EQS SUV. Power comes from a single motor powering the rear wheels or a pair of dual motors that drive all four wheels. Being a cutting edge electric, the vehicle’s styling is anything but contemporary.
MINI went electric a few years ago with the Cooper 2-Door SE. The all electric MINI offers minimal range and is intended as more of a commuter than a longer distance driver. But the Cooper SE does feature on thing most EVs do not – that fun to drive factor.
The Polestar 4 is, you guessed it, the fourth vehicle to come from the all-electric luxury manufacturer. A sleeker version of the Polestar 3, the 4 doesn’t use traditional SUV Coupe styling. While on the topic of untraditional, there’s no rear window on this vehicle either.
Ram is entering the quickly growing all-electric pick-up truck segment. Called the Ram 1500 REV, little is known about this truck currently, but details should emerge soon. One thing we do know, is it appears to be based on the regular Ram 1500 chassis, but with electric power. This is a similar design to the Ford F-150 Lightning.
Toyota enters the world of electric-vehicles with the bZ4X SUV. Built in conjunction with Subaru, the bZ4X comes with a single motor and front-wheel drive or dual motors powering all four wheels. Unlike a lot of EVs, the vehicle promises some real off-road ability with impressive ground clearance and X-Mode to maximize traction in slippery situations.
Vinfast is looking to make major inroads in North America over the next few years. One of the vehicles that will arrive in the company’s second wave is the subcompact VF 6 EV SUV. Although details are scarce at this time, power will come from a motor power the front wheels that develops between 174-201 hp.
As VinFast’s portfolio continues to expand, the compact VF 7 all-electric SUV will join the brand’s lineup in the next year or so. Like most of its competitors, the VF 7 will be available with two-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, and two different levels of power.
VinFast’s first entry into out market is the mid-size VF 8 all-electric SUV. With standard all-wheel drive, it is available in two power levels, totalling 348 hp or 402 hp. VinFast uses an unusual pricing structure that allows customers to lease the vehicle’s batteries to save up-front purchasing costs.