We all know about the one and only perfect electric SUV Tesla Models X, that has been on the market for a while giving a glimpse of the future to its owners. However, in this episode you won’t hear about Tesla, for a short period of time its glory is being overshadowed by a newcomer Mercedes EQC that has arrived to the market in 2018 and in this episode will be accompanied by a lineup of all new and upcoming electric SUV models that are expected to revolutionize the family transport and build on the Model X’s success.
Other #AutomotiveTerritory releases that you should watch:
Upcoming plug-in hybrid vehicles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erSvTtjLKgI
Electric vehicles that have amazing classic designs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLfanksPTVA
All cars featured in this #ATelectriccars episode:
Mercedes-Benz EQC: media.daimler.com/marsMediaSite/en/instance/ko/Facts-about-the-development-and-testing-of-the-new-Mercedes-Benz-EQC-Were-powering-up-EQC-on-schedule-for-the-start-of-series-production.xhtml?oid=40367883
The hype for the first electric SUV from Mercedes has been growing ever since the reveal of the first concept EQ in 2016. But the wait is finally over, Mercedes-Benz EQC has been presented and all of the veils have been dropped.
Audi e-Tron: audiusa.com/models/e-tron-preview
Audi e-Tron SUV is the first all-electric car from the brand and it will go on sale early 2019. The vehicles is powered by dual electric motors and a 95 kWh battery.
Jaguar i-Pace: jaguar.com/jaguar-range/i-pace/index.html
Jaguar i-Pace is a middle size SUV that is officially the first electric car of this British automaker. Notably, the most affordable modification of this Jaguar managed to outrun Tesla Model X.
BMW iX3: press.bmwgroup.com
Even though BMW were among the pioneers of EV market with their i3 hatchback, they will be among the latest big name car makers to release an electric SUV called iX3 in 2020.
SF Motors SF5 and SF7: sfmotors.com
Unlike other Chinese electric car manufacturers, SF Motors seems to have enough money behind it and it aggressively conquers the market with intentions to deliver two electric crossovers SF5 and SF7 by 2020.
NIO ES8: nio.io/de_DE?noredirect=
Nio ES8 is manufactured by the company that built the world fastest electric car EP9. This 7-seater SUV is exclusive to China, but will be soon sold in the US.
Byton M-Byte: byton.com/
Even if you haven’t heard about Byton M-Byte just yet, it is a very promising electric mid-size crossover nonetheless.
Kia Niro EV: kia.com/us/en/content/vehicles/upcoming-vehicles/2019-niro-ev
Korean automakers are intended to be among the first electric vehicles creators and Kia is among those pioneers bringing Niro EV to the market in 2019.
Hyundai Kona Electric: hyundai.news/eu/press-kits/all-new-hyundai-kona-electric-a-car-of-no-compromise
Hyundai Kona Electric is expected to become the first affordable electric SUV on the market and its rich packaging ant decent range give us confidence that it will happen.
Singulato iS6: singulato.com/
Singulato iS6 is a stylish midsize SUV that runs on 2 electric motors with a combined output of 349 horses and 428 lb-ft of torque. The car will hit sales in early 2020 with a pricetag between $30,000 and $40,000.
Borgward BXi7: borgward.com/models/concept-cars/borgward-bxi7/
Borgward BXi7 is an all-new electric mid-size SUV available in 5 and 7-seater modifications. It pricing is expected to start from $56,000.
Faraday Future FF91: ff.com/us/ff-91
The notorious Faraday Future SUV is not dead! On the contrary, this company is expected to become one of the few startups to prove skeptics wrong and despite all of the previous downfalls actually bring the FF91 to the market.