Upcoming Electric Vehicles

A Glimpse into the Electric Vehicles of Tomorrow

The electric car industry is evolving quickly, with major players and newcomers like Lucid, Canoo, and Rivian driving innovation.

Check out our curated list of upcoming EV’s, from concepts to production models, highlighting the future of green transportation.

Acura ZDX (Expected release: 2024)

Acura ZDX - electric suv

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You might remember the ZDX name from Acura’s previous coupe-SUV, but now it’s a midsize crossover and Acura’s first EV, set to debut early next year. The 2024 ZDX uses General Motors’ Ultium battery platform, sharing parts with the Cadillac Lyriq. Its 102.0-kWh battery offers up to 325 miles of range. The lineup includes the 340-hp, single-motor, rear-wheel-drive A-Spec model and the 500-hp, dual-motor, all-wheel-drive Type S, featuring enhanced brakes, adaptive dampers, and air suspension. The A-Spec is expected to start at around $60,000.

Alfa Romeo Giulia EV (Expected: 2026)

Alfa Romeo Giulia EV

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Alfa Romeo has announced that the gas-powered Giulia will soon be transformed into an electric vehicle. The base model is expected to produce around 350 hp, with the Veloce version reaching about 800 hp. The top-tier Giulia, still named Quadrifoglio, will exceed 1000 hp. Built on the Stellantis Group’s STLA Large platform, it will feature 800-volt ultra-rapid charging and a range of up to 500 miles. Rumors suggest the Giulia might also offer combustion engine options similar to the 2025 Dodge Charger.

Alfa Romeo Stelvio EV (Expected date : 2025)

Alfa Romeo Stelvio EV

(Image Alfa Romeo Stelvio – AlfaRomeo.com)

Before the next-generation Giulia, Alfa Romeo will introduce a new Stelvio. This model, like the upcoming Giulia sedan, will be built on the STLA Large platform and offer both electric and internal-combustion powertrains. The electric SUV is expected to be released first, with sales starting in 2025.

Audi A6 e-tron (Expected: 2024)

Audi A6 e-tron

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The Audi A6 e-tron is currently a concept, closely resembling the upcoming production model. It’s built on the scalable Premium Platform Electric (PPE) architecture, adaptable for various EV models. Set to be offered alongside the gas-powered A6, it will join Audi’s lineup with the PPE-based Q6 e-tron crossover. The concept boasts two electric motors generating 469 horsepower combined. All PPE vehicles support 800-volt charging, with the A6 e-tron potentially offering up to 400 miles of range on a single charge.

Audi Q6 e-tron (Expected: 2024)

Audi Q6 e-tron quattro

(Image Audi Q6 e-tron – AudiMediaCenter.com)

The Audi Q6 e-tron slots in between the Q4 and Q8 e-tron crossovers, sharing the PPE architecture with the Porsche Macan EV. Its 94.4-kWh battery offers around 300 miles of range, with 800-volt DC fast charging at 270 kW, reaching 80% in about 21 minutes. The dual-motor all-wheel-drive model boasts 422 hp, while the SQ6 e-tron increases to 483 hp, with a boost mode adding over 30 hp. During a prototype test drive, we experienced a comfortable ride and impressive acceleration. The 2025 Q6 e-tron will be available late 2024, alongside the gas-powered Q5 in Audi’s lineup.

Bentley EV (Expected: 2027)

Bentley Electric

(Image Bentley Electric – CAR Magazine)

Bentley has postponed its debut EV by two years to 2027, with a reveal planned for 2026. The delay, attributed to software issues and platform concerns, will see the EV based on a variant of the Volkswagen Group’s PPE architecture. Bentley aims for a range of at least 373 miles and advanced driver assistance features. Originally, a series of EV launches were scheduled annually from 2025 to 2030, but the transition to full EV is now targeted for around 2033.

BMW i5 M (Expected: 2026)

BMW i5 M

(Image BMW i5 M – BMW.com)

The upcoming BMW i5 M will feature fender flares, a more aggressive stance, and an impressive 1136 horsepower. Expected no earlier than 2026, it will boast a high-performance four-motor drivetrain with wheel-by-wheel torque vectoring and brake-by-motor energy regeneration. Capable of piloted drifting and tank turns, utilizing its immense torque output to spin in place. While the milder i5 has already been introduced—with high-performance batteries, active steering, and Nurburgring-worthy suspension—we eagerly anticipate the fiercer i5 M with its drive control unit.

BMW 3-series EV (Expected: 2026)

BMW 3 series electric

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The Neue Klasse concept, unveiled in 2023, offers a glimpse into the potential electric future of the iconic BMW 3-Series. It introduces a new design language, featuring a modern twist on the classic kidney grille. The concept incorporates experimental e-Ink technology in the window trim, illuminating as you approach. Inside, a minimalist cabin showcases a full-width dashboard screen. Built on BMW’s next-generation EV platform, it promises up to 30% range improvement over current models. The production version is expected to debut by 2026.

BMW iX3 (Expected: 2025) 

(Image BMW iX3 – BMW.com)

BMW’s Vision Neue Klasse X concept is anticipated to enter production in 2025, positioned below the iX in the lineup and likely named “iX3.” Introducing BMW’s unconventional new design language, it features a sleeker interpretation of the iconic “kidney” grille reminiscent of classics like the 2002. Spy photos indicate that the production model will closely resemble the concept. Inside, the cabin is simplified, boasting a massive screen across the dashboard width. The new platform reportedly includes an 800-volt architecture and promises a 30% range improvement over BMW’s existing EVs.

Header : Porsche Macan Electric (Porsche Newsroom)

Written by : Umar Javed


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