Top 10 All-New Electric Cars to Go on Sale in 2018-2019

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If you are a die-hard electric car fan or an ordinary car enthusiast, then it is a great time to be alive. The auto industry is going through a revolution that shortly will swamp our planet.

Even though our estimates say that the breaking point will happen in 2023, when EVs will pass the moment of no return and start their dominance, but the 2018 that is just around the corner and the upcoming 2019 have already stored a great line up of electric cars and we are not only talking about Model 3.

Already existing models like Leaf and BMW i3 have gone through serious renovations, while manufacturers like Audi, Jaguar and Bentley have brand new vehicles up their sleeves. Some of these cars are rather affordable, while others were built only for deep pockets, but nevertheless be sure that all of them are groundbreaking in their own way and deserve your closest attention!

Cars featured in this video:
Nissan Leaf 2.0: nissanusa.com/electric-cars/2018-leaf/

Leaf 2.0 has an electric motor that produces 147 horses and 236 pound-feet of instant torque, that convert to 0-60 acceleration under 10 seconds. The new model delivers solid 150 miles of range and fast charging up to 88 miles in 30 minutes with a 40 kwh battery.

Porsche Mission E: porsche.com/microsite/mission-e/international.aspx

It is believed that this car will come with dual electric motors producing combined 600 horsepower, the range was set at 312 miles, 0-60 under 3.5 seconds and the top speed over 155 mph.

Mercedes EQC: mercedes-benz.com/en/mercedes-benz/next/e-mobility/concept-eq-mobility-revisited/

Potential buyers are supposed to place approximately $2500 deposit and only one car per person could be reserved. The final product will have the same dual motor powertrain, at least 400 horsepower, 300 miles of one charge range and 0-60 under 5 seconds.

BMW i3s: bmw.com/en/all-models/bmw-i/i3/2017/bmw-i3s.html

The i3 gets equipped with 33.2 kWh batteries allowing 180 miles of range. While the regular powertrain still delivers 170 horses and 184 lb-ft of torque, the buyers of 2018 i3 sport can expect improved performance courtesy of a 183 horse power and 199 lb-ft of torque motor.

Bentley EXP12 Speed 6e: bentleymotors.com/en/models/concept-cars/exp12-speed-6e.html

We can expect outstanding range from this EV, sufficient enough for grand touring. EXP 12 Speed 6e will support fast inductive charging, so there will be no need for long cords and sockets, you will just park the car and wait until the battery replenishes.

Thunder Power Sedan and SUV: news.tpev.com/en/news

The tech specs of this car include a 575 horsepower electric powertrain with 410 lb-ft of torque, 0-60 acceleration of 4 seconds and the top speed of 155 miles. On the impressive spectrum of this car’s characteristics lies its range.

Mini Electric: press.bmwgroup.com/united-kingdom/article/detail/T0273884EN_GB/the-mini-electric-concept?language=en_GB

The installed powertrain will be represented by a synchronous electric motor with 150 horse power and 184 lb-ft of torque output. The range is estimated to be 187 miles, however, this is a speculation based on the current BMW batteries, so hopefully by 2019 they will come up with a more advanced power source.

Audi e-tron: audi.com/en/innovation/futuredrive/e-tron_quattro.html

This crossover will have 500 horsepower produced by three of its electric motors and a 95 kWh lithium battery to provide good city and highway performance, while managing to go up to at least 250 miles on a charge.

Fisker E-motion: fiskerinc.com

The company is already accepting first reservations $2000 apiece. The base price is $129,900 for the car with standard all-wheel drive, 400+ mile range, incredible 9 minutes to 125 miles fast charging and full autonomy hardware and software.

Jaguar i-Pace: jaguar.com/jaguar-range/i-pace-concept-car/index.html

With two electric motors that can produce 400 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque, Jaguar I-Pace can sprint from 0 to 62 miles per hour under 4 seconds. With the next generation 90kWh battery, this all-wheel drive crossover will be able to get a range of about 310 miles.

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  1. If one does not have access to electric powerpoints living in a tower block where there are no garages & those that do have no power points.
    Then electrik cars they fucking useless.

  2. Still to big to heavy and way to expansive…and what about battery degradation? Im not buying an EV just to have its resell value slashed by 50% 2 years later….Technological advances that will be made in next 5 years…will completely obliterate the older models value as well… so there we have it and im still driving my 14 year old ICE car run on e-85..

  3. Look at news today on the accident of electric car…its crazy scary….ppl don't waste youre money…its too dangerous….firefighters didnt know how to deal with the fire in this car…remember water n electric..dont mix…electrocution. What a horrible way to die..

  4. All the other car companies are out there playing a game called follow the leader. Want to jump ahead of Tesla? Make an ev that is great and can be sold for just under the Toyota Camry. You will own the masses.

  5. This is an interesting time in the car market. I'm not convinced on EV's yet though. I think we're maybe 5 years away from a proper break-through. Give me an EV that drives like gas guzzler and then I’ll be sold

  6. Toyota seems to have the worst attitude about electric cars. Also on old cars. They refused to rebuild a 1988 corolla engine so I did it at local mechanic. A former Toyota worker says electric cars are a poor idea. Toyota is constantly babbling about their future hydrogen car. Toyota has promised to make 10 models by 2020, but they all look ridiculous golf carts. Toyota refuses to just put an electric engine in a petrol car.

  7. Price point has to come down alot. Usefulness must always get better. Legislation wont be enough…because even if you banned the sale of new gas cars…people will still wrench on gas cars well into 2050 and beyond. Nobody truely likes public transit so cars will always be in demand. There will always be a want for cheap high performance.

  8. I hate this era becaude i don't have enought money for an electric car and if i buy an conventional internal combustion car i can not sell it then because every one would like to have electric cars😢 what i should do??

  9. I'm all for Hybrid's being the standard type or the only type of car in the next 15 years. Eventually yeah fully ICE vehicles will be gone, but not tomorrow. And by tomorrow I mean next 10-15 years. Fully EV's being the ONLY type of car available from whatever company, not just Tesla ( fuck them), isn't likely going to happen for another 30 years or more. If I had a choice between a Hybrid or Fully EV, I'd choose a Hybrid. But If EV's were the only type of vehicle to buy, I would definitely buy an Asian or European EV instead of an Apple…I mean Tesla. Sorry, I get those companies confused sometimes.

  10. I was thinking that it would be better if cars ran on hydrogen and people were able to use a home Electrolysis device to make make hydrogen from water and electricity then they can have a endless supply of fuel. Fuel stations can also have a large Electrolysis device to make hydrogen and sell to customers. This would solve most of the worlds pollution

  11. Electric car!!! Ya. Where's the power coming from?! Solar???? Wind???? (I'm guessing No.) Most likely if your plugging in in to your house…It's Nuclear. It's a Nuclear powered car. = More Nuclear Waste! (Not environmentally friendly at all….fail.)

  12. I want an electric car but why do they have to make them all ugly as hell. If I got one of these as a gift I would replace alot of the parts and/or paint over the cars

  13. Why haven't they made electric cars that have solar panels to recharge the batteries and you wouldn't have to stop and charge them? Does anyone know if this would work? I'm sure it's been thought of.

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