Here’s a Sneak Peek at the Hottest New EVs Coming Out Soon!
Electric vehicles are soon to become the only vehicles. Recent legislation in California will ban the sale of gas-powered vehicles by 2035. With 17 states that generally follow California’s clean car standards, we’re looking at a major move toward EVs and a significant win in the fight against climate change.
At eveelife.com, we are excited about the future of EVs and love to see bold actions that push this cleaner, more sustainable mode of transportation. With more than a quarter of U.S. emissions coming from the transportation sector, EV life is a step in the right direction.
The best part of this shift is that more and more car manufacturers are joining the EV life movement and are producing a wider variety of cool-looking, high-performing cars, trucks, and SUVs. Below we share three of the hottest new EVs that are set to hit the market within the next couple of years. Prepare to be impressed.
Top 3 New EVs Hitting the Road
#1 Chevrolet Equinox EV
Coming in at number one is a small SUV, the first-ever all-electric Chevrolet Equinox. We love Chevrolet’s dedication to making EVs affordable and accessible for all. This is just one of the new EVs for 2023. With Chevrolet Equinox EV, shoppers can choose between the 210-horsepower (hp) or the all-wheel-drive version with 290-hp. On a full charge, you can get up to 280 to 300 miles of electric range. EV charging options include 120-volt or 240-volt. The latter can add up to 34 miles of range per hour of charging.
Fully loaded, the SUV comes with a 17.7-inch diagonal freeform display. Throw in the personalized ambient lighting, and you’re feeling like a million bucks without actually spending that much cash. The estimated MSRP is between $30,000 and $48,000, a comfortable price range considering some of the other EV options available.
#2 Hyundai Ioniq 6
Driving around town, you might have caught a glimpse of the super sleek-looking Hyundai Ioniq 5. This award-winning compact SUV is part of the new generation of cars using the Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) architecture. E-GMP is unique in that it is specifically designed for EVs. Along with a long list of benefits involving faster, more versatile, and more efficient EV design and production, E-GMP offers simplified and faster charging, increased range, better handling, and improved high-speed stability for its cars.
The Ioniq 6 is Hyundai’s first all-electric sedan and is based on the E-GMP platform. Geared to compete with the Tesla Model 3, it features a low-slung profile, a modern aesthetic, and an emphasis on comfort. Drivers can choose between single- and dual-motor configurations and a 53-kWh or long-range 77.4-kWh battery. Depending on the trim, it can reach 220 to 320 miles of driving range. According to Hyundai, the Ioniq 6 is set to be one of the most energy-efficient models on the market. With an estimated cost of $45,000 to $60,000, this EV should be hitting the market in the Spring of 2023.
#3 GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1
Our next pick is rather pricey, with the fully-loaded option clocking in at six figures. Yet while it might turn away a lot of truck buyers, it’s an exciting example of all that’s possible with an electric vehicle. At max power, it has a whopping 754-hp and can tow up to 9,500 pounds. On a full charge, it has an EV mileage of up to 400 miles. Its high power and long range don’t exclude this truck from being just as zippy as other smaller EVs, as it can go from 0 to 60 in just under five seconds.
The Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 also offers excellent maneuverability with its standard 4-Wheel Steer. This feature means that all wheels steer, but they don’t necessarily turn in the same direction. This allows drivers to complete smaller, tighter turns. It also enables the CrabWalk – diagonal movement of the vehicle. With a 16.8” diagonal center touch screen, panoramic fixed glass roof, infrared and UV coatings, and tinted glass, GMC has managed to pair tons of power, capacity, and unique driving features with the ultimate in luxury interiors. There are a lot of great things to say about this truck, but one of its main pitfalls is the price tag. Coming in at $50,000 to $107,000, experts believe this vehicle is a harbinger of more affordable trucks to come.
So Many New EVs, We’re Just Scratching the Surface
This is just a short preview of EVs that will be appearing on the market in the next few years. To check out more EVs, we recommend the pros at Consumer Reports. They’ve got a comprehensive list of the hottest new EVs coming soon. They’ve also developed some handy EV buying guides and ratings to keep you informed as you decide which EV to buy. You can also explore EV incentives and tax credits on their site as well.
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By evee Life Contributor
Published November 3, 2022 8:29PM
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