These EVs are currently at different stages ranging from concept to production, with the possibility that a few might not ultimately become available for purchase.
Electric vehicles represent the future of transportation, with each passing year witnessing an expansion of EV offerings by various automakers. The push towards electric mobility includes both traditional industry giants and emerging players like Lucid, Canoo, and Rivian. Our comprehensive compilation comprises all upcoming electric vehicles – spanning from concept to production – that are on the horizon but not yet accessible for purchase.
Acura ZDX (Expected: Early 2024)
You might recall the ZDX name from Acura’s previous coupe-SUV model, but this time it graces a midsize crossover set to become Acura’s inaugural electric vehicle, slated for an early debut next year. The 2024 ZDX is built upon General Motors’ Ultium battery platform, sharing components with the Cadillac Lyriq. Fueled by a 102.0-kWh battery, it promises a range of up to 325 miles. The lineup will feature a 340-hp, single-motor, rear-wheel-drive A-Spec variant, as well as a 500-hp, dual-motor, all-wheel-drive Type S model, boasting enhancements like upgraded brakes, adaptive dampers, and air suspension. The starting price for the A-Spec is projected to be around $60,000. —Frank Richard
Alfa Romeo Giulia EV (Expected: 2025)
Alfa Romeo has officially announced plans to overhaul the gas-powered Giulia (depicted above) in the upcoming years, opting to replace its Ferrari-derived V-6 engine with an electric powertrain by 2025. It is anticipated that the base model will generate approximately 350 horsepower, while the Veloce variant will reach a more substantial 800 horsepower. Retaining the illustrious Quadrifoglio designation, the flagship Giulia is projected to achieve upwards of 1000 horsepower. Built on the STLA Large platform from the Stellantis Group, the new Giulia will feature 800-volt ultra-rapid charging capability and an impressive range of up to 500 miles.
Apple Titan EV (Expected: 2026)
iPod, iPhone, iPad…iCar? The much-speculated Apple car, internally known as Titan, has undergone nearly a decade of development. While its destiny has faced uncertainty on multiple occasions, the latest rumors suggest its long-awaited arrival in 2026. Although Apple seemingly discarded the idea of a fully autonomous vehicle, the forthcoming Apple car is projected to offer self-driving capabilities on highways and will rely on a robust onboard computer. While the precise design remains fluid, Apple is said to have departed from the initial pod-like concept in favor of a more conventional form.
Despite the setback of discontinued discussions with Hyundai in 2021, Apple is actively seeking a collaboration with an automotive partner to furnish the electric platform. Reportedly investing approximately $1 billion annually into Project Titan, Apple is dedicated to its realization. Notably, Apple is not the solitary technology company contemplating an entry into the automotive arena; Sony, in collaboration with Honda, is also gearing up to introduce a new EV brand named Afeela, with a similar timeline for a 2026 release.
Audi A6 e-tron (Expected: 2023)
While currently in the conceptual stage, the Audi A6 e-tron closely foreshadows the forthcoming production model, according to Audi. Anchored on the adaptable Premium Platform Electric (PPE) architecture, the vehicle’s dimensions can be extended, elevated, and broadened to accommodate various electric vehicle variations. Positioned alongside the gasoline-driven A6, this model will stand alongside the PPE-based Q6 e-tron crossover within Audi’s lineup. Propelled by a pair of electric motors, the A6 e-tron concept boasts a collective output of 469 horsepower. The entire PPE lineup supports 800-volt charging capability, and this sizable sedan might potentially achieve a range of up to 400 miles on a single charge.
Audi Q6 e-tron (Expected: 2024)
Audi is set to expand its electric SUV series by introducing the Q6 e-tron, strategically positioned between the existing Q4 and Q8 e-tron crossovers. This model will leverage the same PPE architecture shared with the upcoming Porsche Macan EV. Furnished with a battery of approximately 93.0 kWh capacity, it is estimated to achieve a range of up to 315 miles. Thanks to its 800-volt system, rapid recharging capabilities will be a notable feature. Powering all wheels, the Q6 e-tron employs a dual-motor configuration, yielding 375 horsepower, while the more performance-oriented SQ6 e-tron variant raises the bar to 482 horsepower. In a boost mode, both models receive an additional 20 horsepower. Our test drive of a prototype revealed a harmonious blend of comfort, controlled handling, and brisk acceleration. Commencing production in the coming year, the 2025 Q6 e-tron will take its place beside the conventional Q5 within Audi’s lineup.
Five Bentley Models (Expected: 2025)
Bentley is gearing up for a significant shift, transitioning away from its current 15-mpg land yachts and embarking on a journey toward entirely fresh models propelled by fully electric powertrains. The transformation entails retiring the current Bentayga, Flying Spur, Continental GT coupe, and convertible, all of which will make way for fully revamped versions. Additionally, a brand-new model is poised to make its debut in the lineup by 2030, with the initial replacement projected to hit the scene around 2025.
BMW i5 (Expected: Late 2023)
BMW has introduced a fresh electric iteration named the i5, accompanying the latest 5-series. The foundational eDrive40 model encompasses a 335-hp motor that propels the rear wheels, drawing energy from an 84.3-kWh battery projected to yield an estimated range of nearly 300 miles. While awaiting the forthcoming M variant (detailed below), the premier offering within the i5 range is the M60 xDrive, an all-wheel-drive sports sedan that employs dual motors to deliver an impressive 590 hp, enabling a claimed acceleration to 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds. This M60 model shares the same battery, resulting in a slightly reduced estimated range of 256 miles. As these electric sedans make their way to dealerships in the fall, the eDrive40 is set to commence at $67,795, while the M60 will carry a price tag of $85,095.
BMW i5 M (Expected: 2026)
The forthcoming BMW i5 M is set to showcase amplified fender flares, an intensified stance, and a robust 1136 horsepower, although its release isn’t anticipated before 2026. This next-level electric vehicle will feature an innovative high-performance drivetrain encompassing four motors that enable precise torque distribution to each wheel through torque vectoring. The drivetrain will also employ motor-regenerated braking, introducing capabilities like piloted drifting and tank turns, leveraging its substantial torque output to pivot in place. Although the more understated i5 has already made its debut, boasting its own high-performance batteries, active steering, and track-worthy suspension, our attention remains captivated by the more aggressive i5 M. Notably, the i5 M’s drive control unit has earned the moniker “Hand of God” internally, elevating its allure and capabilities. It’s almost as if divine intervention guides this remarkable vehicle.
Buick Electra (Expected: 2024)
Buick has resurrected the moniker of the 18-foot-long classic automobile from 1959 to christen its upcoming all-electric SUV, a model that has already been unveiled in China. Named the Electra E5, this vehicle harnesses GM’s Ultium battery platform and is anticipated to share a size comparable to that of a Chevrolet Equinox. Insights gleaned from trademark inquiries hint at Buick’s future offerings, potentially spanning from Electra E1 to E9. Forecasts for the Electra E5 align it with the performance of the existing Cadillac Lyriq, projecting a range of 300 miles and an output of 340 horsepower. Buick has its sights set on establishing a completely electric portfolio, marked by its distinctive tri-shield logo, by the year 2030. Enthusiasts can anticipate the introduction of the inaugural Electra model sometime in 2024.
Cadillac Celestiq (Expected: Early 2024)
Cadillac is embarking on a mission to reclaim its historical title as the “Standard of the World,” reminiscent of an era when such a claim held weight. This endeavor is encapsulated in the forthcoming Celestiq, an opulent electric vehicle that will be meticulously crafted by hand and come with a price tag exceeding $300,000. While this cost positions it beyond the financial grasp of most, Cadillac envisions the Celestiq not as an accessible option but rather as an emblem of aspiration.
Reserved for the elite top percentile who possess the means, this avant-garde electric hatchback boasts a potent 600 horsepower. Each Celestiq is custom-crafted according to the discerning tastes of its owner, a hallmark that sets it apart. Can this audacious move propel GM’s luxury marque into the echelons shared by Bentley and Rolls-Royce? The answer awaits, anticipated to unfold as the Celestiq graces the streets of America’s most affluent communities, potentially in early 2024.
Cadillac Escalade iQ (Expected: Summer 2024)
The iconic Cadillac Escalade, a bold and renowned SUV often associated with figures like Jay-Z and 50 Cent, is poised for a transformative shift towards electrification with the introduction of the new Escalade iQ. Boasting an impressive capacity exceeding 200 kWh, the shared Ultium battery platform—also utilized by the GMC Hummer EV—enables an estimated range of 450 miles. Accompanied by a dual-motor powertrain, this electric SUV can deliver a robust 750 horsepower. Within the opulent interior, a lavish cabin unfolds, adorned with a sprawling 55-inch screen that spans the entire dashboard, complemented by a 40-speaker sound system. The Escalade iQ will also offer Super Cruise, General Motors’ advanced hands-free driving system. This extraordinary electric vehicle is expected to begin at approximately $130,000.
Canoo Pickup Truck (Expected: 2024)
Hailing from California, Canoo stands as an electric automotive startup, and at the center of its lineup is the Pickup Truck. This model, currently referred to simply as the Pickup Truck, embodies Canoo’s innovative approach. The forthcoming Canoo pickup is projected to offer a potent 500+ horsepower and a minimum of 200 miles of range on a single charge. Notably smaller than the typical mid-size pickups, it trims down to a length two feet shorter than the Ford Ranger. Canoo has confirmed plans for the pickup to feature a versatile six- to eight-foot truck bed, and preorders are now available, with production anticipated to commence around 2024. It’s worth mentioning that a modified iteration of the Pickup Truck is being tested by the U.S. Army.
Canoo Lifestyle Vehicle (Expected: 2023)
Following the pattern set by Canoo’s pickup, the brand’s forthcoming five- or seven-seat electric vehicle is constructed atop a skateboard platform. This strategy, also employed by automakers like BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Volkswagen allows for convenient body style swaps while utilizing similar foundational components. The compact Canoo EV is anticipated to deliver a range of 200 miles and offer up to 350 horsepower. Impressively, it is expected to enter the market with a starting price below $40,000. Notably, the company has already received significant interest in a delivery van variant, securing 4500 pre-orders from Walmart. Moreover, NASA has expressed curiosity in utilizing the Lifestyle Vehicle for transportation at the launch site during the forthcoming Artemis moon-landing missions. Despite facing recent financial challenges, Canoo is striving to initiate production this year.
Chevrolet Blazer EV (Expected: Summer 2023)
We share the sentiment for the classic boxy K5 Blazer from the 1980s and 1990s, but Chevrolet is preparing for the next significant evolution of this SUV. The forthcoming Blazer EV, slated to be available alongside the conventional gasoline-powered Blazer, will introduce an SS trim level capable of generating a formidable 557 horsepower, potentially outpacing even V-8 Camaros in terms of acceleration. Chevy’s strategy for the Blazer EV extends beyond performance, aiming to offer more budget-friendly and range-focused trim levels. While awaiting EPA certification, Chevrolet is targeting an impressive 320 miles of range for its long-distance Blazer EV RS variant. Anticipated for release later in 2023, the lineup will expand to include the 1LT trim, positioning it as the most affordable option, sometime in 2024.
Chevrolet Equinox EV (Expected: Late 2023)
In the previous year, Chevrolet achieved the sale of 212,072 units of its Equinox crossover, surpassing competitors such as the Ford Escape, Hyundai Tucson, and Subaru Forester. Building on this triumph, the brand aims to sustain its momentum with the introduction of the Equinox EV. Priced around $30,000, this electric version is scheduled for release in the autumn of 2023. The Equinox EV lineup will encompass an array of models, beginning with a base trim offering 250 miles of range and 210 horsepower. Higher-tier options will provide up to 300 miles of range, facilitated by a larger battery pack, while the dual-motor all-wheel-drive variants will deliver 290 horsepower. Chevrolet is keen on expanding the Equinox’s achievements into the electric segment.
Chevrolet Silverado EV (Expected: 2023)
Interestingly, the GMC Hummer EV and SUV have offered a glimpse into what Chevrolet has in store for its forthcoming all-electric Silverado. Sharing manufacturing facilities, the Silverado and the Hummer models will both rely on GM’s Ultium battery pack, potentially enabling a range of up to 400 miles on a solitary charge. The Silverado EV lineup will span from a practical work truck variant tailored for fleets to the top-of-the-line RST models, boasting a robust 664 horsepower. As part of its commitment to deliver 30 new EVs by 2025, Chevrolet is gearing up to commence production of its inaugural electric pickup within this year. This strategic move aims to continue the electrification momentum set in motion by vehicles like the GMC Hummer EV.
Chevrolet Corvette EV and SUV (Expected: 2025)
The Corvette cinematic universe is on the verge of an electrifying phase that might just rival Marvel’s playbook. Chevrolet has excitingly confirmed the impending arrival of a fully electric Corvette, arriving sooner than anticipated, especially as the introduction of the E-Ray hybrid was initially scheduled to precede it. This forthcoming Corvette EV will leverage the same cutting-edge Ultium battery platform utilized in other recent GM electric vehicles. Given General Motors’ ability to propel even the massive Hummer EV to 60 mph in under 4 seconds, our expectations are sky-high for the performance of the Corvette EV.
Hold on, there’s even more intrigue! Rumors are circulating about the Corvette EV launching a fresh Corvette subbrand within the GM umbrella. This expansion could herald a diverse range of Corvette-branded models, including a four-door “coupe” and a high-performance crossover. The latter could effectively position itself as a worthy competitor to the Ford Mustang Mach-E or potentially aim for even more robust performance. This new chapter in the Corvette story promises excitement on multiple fronts.
Chrysler Airflow Concept (Expected: 2025)
Taking inspiration from the triumph of the Ford Mustang Mach-E, Chrysler is setting its sights on a competitive target: a crossover with an impressive 400-mile range, slated for a 2025 release. While the Airflow remains in the realm of a concept, it aspires to deliver more than just extended range. Reports suggest that the model is positioned to incorporate Level 3 autonomous driving capabilities, a promising leap in self-driving technology. Currently known for its Pacifica minivan and Chrysler 300 sedan, the brand is charting an ambitious course toward full electrification, aiming to complete the transition by 2028. The proposed 400-mile crossover, combined with its autonomous capabilities, illustrates Chrysler’s commitment to technological advancement and a greener automotive future.
Dodge Charger Daytona SRT EV (Expected: 2024)
Dodge is fiercely committed to preserving the legacy of muscle cars well into the era of electric vehicles, and it has provided us with an exciting glimpse ahead of even bidding farewell to its internal combustion counterpart. Presenting the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT concept, the brand is spearheading a robust preview of its electric future. Powered by the revolutionary 800-volt Banshee electrical architecture, the concept is poised to make waves.
Although exact performance specifications remain somewhat elusive, Dodge confidently asserts that its inaugural high-performance EV will outshine the Hellcat’s prowess. Embracing the muscle car’s essence, a multi-speed transmission is intended to retain a sense of raw power. Yet, the most captivating innovation comes in the form of the Fratzonic exhaust system. This ingenious technology employs physical pipes to amplify the EV’s sound, unleashing an auditory onslaught reaching up to 126 decibels. Dodge is unflinchingly determined to inject its electrified offerings with the same spirit that has defined its muscle cars for generations.
Deus Vayanne (Expected: 2025)
Despite being a newcomer, the Austrian startup Deus (pronounced “de-oos”) has strategically assembled a team of established partners for its inaugural vehicle, the electric Vayanne hypercar. Collaborating with Italdesign for the sleek body design and enlisting Williams Advanced Engineering to craft the 2200-horsepower powertrain, Deus is making its mark with this high-performance creation. Asserting an impressive 1475 pound-feet of torque, the Vayanne reportedly propels from 0 to 62 mph in just 1.99 seconds, continuing to reach an astounding top speed of 248 miles per hour. While these claims sound remarkable, we await real-world confirmation. With a production plan of just 99 units, Deus has set its sights on commencing deliveries of the Vayanne in 2025, aiming to solidify its place in the automotive landscape.
Faraday Future FF91 (Expected: 2023)
Unveiled for the first time in 2017, the Faraday Future FF 91 commands a remarkable 1050 horsepower, derived from a trio of electric motors. The innovative configuration features two motors situated on the rear axle and one positioned up front, enabling the crossover to achieve an impressive sprint to 60 mph in a mere 2.4 seconds. However, despite these impressive specs, the California-based company has encountered financial challenges, leading to difficulties in bringing the FF 91 to the production stage. Production timelines have been postponed multiple times. Notably, in late 2022, Faraday Future reported receiving an EPA range rating of 381 miles. The company aims to commence FF 91 production at its California factory in March 2023, initiating deliveries in April of the same year. The FF 91 is projected to carry an approximate price tag of $200,000.
Fiat 500e (Expected: 2024)
Fiat’s upcoming trajectory revolves around an all-electric lineup, centered solely around the 500e minicar model. The 2024 500e draws inspiration from its European counterpart, fusing Fiat’s retro-modern design ethos with a 117-horsepower electric motor and a battery projected to offer approximately 160 miles of driving range on a single charge. While the 500e enters a market where larger and more lavish electric vehicles commonly offer over 200 miles of range, Fiat’s strategy is to target urban environments where drivers are less likely to necessitate extended range for road trips. The anticipated U.S.-market debut of the 500e is scheduled for November 2023, with availability at dealerships set for early 2024. Despite potential challenges, Fiat aims to position the 500e as a suitable choice for urban commuting needs.
Fisker Ocean (Expected: 2023)
Boasting an appealing blend of style and substance, the Fisker Ocean electric SUV is positioned to deliver on its potential. This vehicle touts an impressive 300-mile driving range, further enhanced by a solar roof—an enticing feature. Impressively, the Fisker Ocean secured an EPA range rating of 360 miles with its largest available battery pack, a robust 113.0-kWh unit offered in the top-tier dual-motor all-wheel-drive configurations. The entry-level offering, a single-motor front-wheel-drive variant, is projected to offer a commendable 250 miles of range while carrying an accessible starting price of approximately $39,000. Fisker commenced production of the Ocean in the fourth quarter of 2022 and reportedly handed over the initial batch of 22 units to U.S. customers in June, although visual sightings have yet to be confirmed.
Fisker Pear (Expected: 2024)
While comprehensive details and concrete imagery of the Fisker Pear remain limited at this juncture, a tantalizing opportunity to secure one is available through reservations starting at a mere $250. Slated for a 2024 release, the Pear is slated to enter the market with a starting price of $29,900 (excluding destination fees), making it a more affordable option compared to its larger counterpart, the Ocean. Positioned as a five-passenger, two-row SUV, the Pear—a name that symbolizes “Personal Electric Automotive Revolution”—is set to take shape at the Lordstown Assembly plant in Ohio. As its production date approaches, expect additional specifics and insights to emerge about this intriguing model.
Ford Explorer EV (Expected: 2023)
The Ford Explorer stands as one of the United States’ most beloved SUVs, thus the decision to introduce a fully electric variant is a logical progression. In May 2021, Ford confirmed that its renowned three-row SUV would join the expanding electric roster alongside the Mustang Mach-E and the E-Transit electric van. Presently, the Explorer offers a hybrid V-6 powertrain boasting 318 horsepower. Analogous to the strategy employed for the Mach-E and F-150 Lightning, it’s conceivable that Ford has intentions to unveil rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive versions of the Explorer EV, enhancing its versatility and aligning with the brand’s broader electric vehicle vision.
GMC Sierra EV (Expected: Early 2024)
Prepare for the introduction of the GMC Sierra EV, marking the brand’s inaugural foray into the realm of electric pickup trucks. While it shares a foundation with the GMC Hummer EV, the Sierra differentiates itself in numerous aspects, embracing a more subdued approach. However, this moderation does not necessarily translate to affordability, particularly when compared to its corporate companion, the forthcoming Chevy Silverado EV. The electric Sierra is poised to make its debut in early 2024, initially available exclusively in the Denali Edition 1 trim.
This top-tier variant is equipped with a robust 754-horsepower all-wheel-drive powertrain and an anticipated 400-mile range—albeit with a substantial price tag nearing $109,000. This premium cost encompasses GM’s Super Cruise hands-free driving system, rear-wheel steering facilitating the unique Crab Walk feature, and a meticulously crafted interior adorned with the finest GMC materials. Fortunately, more budget-friendly iterations of the Sierra EV are projected to join the lineup in 2025, ensuring a broader range of options for interested buyers.
Honda Prologue (Expected: 2024)
Honda, which currently lacks a fully electric model in the U.S., is gearing up for a transformative shift. Set to make its debut in 2024, the Honda Prologue represents a mid-size SUV with dimensions comparable to those of the Passport. Engaging in a collaborative effort with General Motors for EV powertrains, this forthcoming EV is slated to incorporate GM’s Ultium battery packs, sharing certain components with the Chevy Blazer EV. While initial renderings showcase a sleek and uncluttered design both internally and externally, specific mechanical details are yet to be unveiled.
Anticipate the availability of single- and dual-motor configurations along with various battery-pack sizes. Embodying its name, the Prologue marks the initial step among an array of forthcoming electric vehicles from Honda. Acura, Honda’s luxury division, is similarly charting a course toward electrification by planning to introduce a fully electric model named ZDX. Honda has made a resolute commitment to a fully electric lineup by the year 2040.
Honda and Chevrolet Compact SUVs (Expected: 2027)
In a collaborative stride toward electric vehicle innovation, General Motors and Honda are extending their partnership beyond the Acura ADX and Honda Prologue ventures. The two automotive giants are poised to jointly develop a series of cost-effective electric compact SUVs. These forthcoming models are set to be built upon a unified platform, encompassing diverse battery and material alternatives. The overarching goal of this collaboration is to streamline the production process for electric vehicles, contributing to a reduction in manufacturing expenses. This, in turn, seeks to narrow the price gap between conventional gasoline models and their electric counterparts. With a targeted launch in 2027, these new budget-friendly EV models signal a collective commitment to forging an electrified automotive landscape that remains accessible to a broader range of consumers.
Hyundai Ioniq 7 (Expected: 2024)
Drawing upon the E-GMP platform, the very foundation of the Ioniq 5 highlighted earlier, the upcoming Ioniq 7 is poised to share a resemblance in size with the existing three-row Palisade. While Hyundai has presently introduced a concept version of the Ioniq 7, there’s a prospect that the final design could exhibit even more daring aesthetics, consistent with the brand’s prevailing design language for production models. Given the larger dimensions of this SUV, expectations lean toward the incorporation of a substantial battery, likely capable of sustaining a range exceeding 300 miles. As this electrifying model advances toward realization, its unique blend of size, design, and range capabilities is poised to generate intrigue among automotive enthusiasts.
Hyundai Ioniq 5 N and 6 N (Expected: 2024)
Hyundai’s performance-oriented N division is far from dissipating as the automaker transitions from conventional internal combustion engines to electric propulsion. On the contrary, the division is kicking things up a notch with the introduction of the high-powered Hyundai Ioniq 5 N, packing an impressive 601 horsepower. Engaging the boost mode unleashes an additional 40 horsepower from the dual motors, propelling the Ioniq 5 N to a claimed 0 to 60 mph sprint in a mere 3.4 seconds. Beyond raw power, this model offers a drift mode for tire-smoking maneuvers, simulated gearshifts to cultivate an engaging electric driving experience, and a trio of sound profiles, including one reminiscent of the turbo four-cylinder engine found in the Elantra N.
The sales debut is set for early the following year. Anticipating a dynamic duo, the Ioniq 5 N is poised to be accompanied by an Ioniq 6 N. It is expected that the latter will share comparable hardware and bear a resemblance to the RN22e concept in terms of design aesthetics. Hyundai’s electrified performance journey seems poised for a thrilling continuation.
Jeep Wrangler EV (Expected: 2023)
While Jeep has already introduced the plug-in hybrid Wrangler 4xe, the brand is now embarking on a new frontier by teasing a fully electric iteration of the renowned Wrangler off-road SUV. Originally showcased as the Magneto concept during the Easter Jeep Safari, Jeep has subsequently shared additional details. The Magneto may appear to be a conventional two-door Wrangler Rubicon, yet its interior conceals four battery packs, generating a robust 285 horsepower. Intriguingly, Jeep has also provided a glimpse of the Wrangler EV’s potential autonomous capabilities, showcasing a video in which the vehicle autonomously transports passengers back from a hiking excursion. It’s important to note that this remains a concept and not a tangible reality.
However, anticipation builds for the forthcoming production model, projected to debut in 2023, with aspirations of incorporating fully autonomous features by 2030. Jeep enthusiasts and technology lovers alike are undoubtedly intrigued by the trajectory of the iconic Wrangler’s electrified evolution.
Jeep Recon (Expected: 2024)
If you’ve been eagerly awaiting an all-electric version of the Jeep Wrangler, the upcoming Recon model might be just what you’re looking for. While not entirely electric, it’s getting remarkably close. Jeep is confident that the Recon will offer impressive clearances suitable for off-roading enthusiasts. Like the traditional Wrangler, this EV SUV will feature removable glass and doors, along with a retractable roof and a rear-mounted spare tire, encapsulating the quintessential Wrangler essence. The Recon will truly embody trail-rated prowess, bolstered by robust tires, underbody protection, and locking differentials to maximize the potential of its anticipated all-wheel-drive powertrain.
Although specific power output and range details remain undisclosed for now, it’s likely that these vital specifications will be revealed well before the scheduled production commencement of the Jeep Recon, anticipated to be sometime in 2024. As Jeep takes a significant step toward electrification, enthusiasts are poised to experience a new dimension of Wrangler’s legendary capabilities.
Jeep Wagoneer S (Expected: 2024)
Immerse yourself in the realm of the Jeep Wagoneer S—a compelling all-electric alternative poised to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the more conventional Jeep Grand Cherokee. While numerous aspects of the forthcoming mid-size EV SUV remain veiled in secrecy, including its definitive nomenclature, Jeep has designated “Wagoneer S” as a temporary moniker as the official title is chosen. A comprehensive unveiling of these particulars, among others, is scheduled before the Wagoneer S embarks on its production journey, anticipated to materialize around 2024. Our insights are fueled by captivating imagery showcasing an elegantly designed concept complemented by a host of enticing prospects. Jeep asserts that the ultimate incarnation will deliver a range of 400 miles.
However, this figure’s viability will naturally depend on the extent to which drivers exploit the planned 600-horsepower electric powertrain. As the automotive landscape embraces electrification, the Jeep Wagoneer S emerges as a trailblazing testament to the brand’s commitment to innovation and sustainable progress.
Kia EV9 (Expected: Late 2023)
Kia’s foray into the electric vehicle realm is poised to take a substantial stride both in terms of expansion and innovation, symbolized by the introduction of a three-row mid-size SUV. This forthcoming model is set to coexist with the gas-powered Telluride, underscoring Kia’s commitment to providing diverse options for consumers. In terms of design, the production EV9 remains true to the chunky, angular aesthetic that debuted with the 2021 concept car. The crossover configuration accommodates either six or seven passengers, featuring dual 12.3-inch screens gracing the dashboard. While specific details concerning powertrain and battery specifications are still under wraps, Kia has previously expressed an aspiration to attain a range of up to 300 miles.
As anticipation builds, the automotive world can expect a comprehensive unveiling of additional information prior to the anticipated sales launch, tentatively earmarked for either the end of 2023 or the onset of 2024. Kia’s mid-size SUV constitutes a pivotal juncture as the brand actively endeavors to expand its electrified horizon while maintaining a robust commitment to innovation and progress.