10 Electric Cars Bringing More Range, Autonomous Driving and Other Innovations

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The beginning of 2019 has been highlighted by multiple autoshows which served as presentation platforms for an endless stream of all-new ambitious electric vehicles. These models are expected to take over the roads after 2020 and beyond solidifying the key position of EVs on the market. This video will give you a glimpse at the very latest newcomers so stay tuned if you are craving for some fresh electric news.

More EV-related content from #AutomotiveTerritory:

Upcoming cars expected to be released by 2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egV-DBMcLtk

Amazing electric motorcycles that you should see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrw-HIevjlE

All of the vehicles in this #ATelectriccars release:

Kia Habaniro Concept: kiamedia.com/us/en/media/pressreleases/15108/kia-habaniro-concept-heats-up-manhattan

2020 Kia HabaNiro Concept is designed to become the new “everything car” that is capable of conquering difficult terrain, driving in the city, or taking long-distance trips. It is still unclear whether the HabaNiro previews a specific Kia model or offers a peek into the future of the brand in general.

Volkswagen I.D. Roomzz: volkswagen-newsroom.com/en/press-releases/world-premiere-of-the-id-roomzz-in-shanghai-4834

The VW I.D. Roomzz is joining Buzz I.D. van, I.D. hatchback and sedan as a model built on the MEB platform. It is a mid-size crossover SUV with electric powertrain that is scheduled for a release until 2025 as a part of VW electrification initiative.

Infiniti QS Inspiration Concept: reports.nissan-global.com/EN/?p=19990

2020 Infiniti QS Inspiration Concept is an electric sports sedan with SUV-inspired design that will become a prototype for the brand’s first all-electric series production sedan that built on a new flexible vehicle architecture.

Genesis Mint Concept: media.genesis.com/news/all/small-car–big-apple—genesis-reveals-mint-concept/s/64f8b2e5-417e-4aaa-bcdb-db61ef36178c

2020 Genesis Mint Concept is a two-seater city car with a bold exterior and the gullwing cargo-only rear doors. It is all-electric with the range of 200 mi on a single charge.

Karma SC1 Vision Concept: karmaautomotive.com/vision

2020 Karma SC1 Vision Concept is a futuristic all-electric roadster with aircraft-inspired design, butterfly doors, and sporty interior.

Audi AI:ME: audi-mediacenter.com/en/audi-aime-2019-11455

Audi AI:ME concept previews Audi’s answer to the BMW i3 compact electric hatchback receiving almost identical dimensions and performance parameters. The AI:ME gets the fourth level of autonomy, meaning driverless operation on the highways and certain city areas.

Mercedes-Benz EQV Concept: mercedes-benz.com/en/mercedes-benz/vehicles/passenger-cars/v-class/concept-eqv/

Mercedes-Benz EQV Concept previews a new all-electric van range by the brand that will be unveiled at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. In addition to an battery-electric powertrain that should provide 250-mi range, it boasts of a progressive infotainment, intelligent voice controls and luxury interior.

Fiat Centoventi Concept: fiat.com/fiat-concept-centoventi

2019 Fiat Centoventi Concept is the first fully customizable and modular automobile that does not only allow its owner to choose exterior color, cabin equipment, and upholstery, but also has an all-electric modifiable powertrain that can be reconfigured by adding or removing batteries for the desired range.

Renault Kangoo Z.E.: media.group.renault.com/global/en-gb/search/results?thematics=2898%2c2443%2c2740%2c2734 concept

2019 Renault Kangoo Z.E. previews the 2020 all-electric Kangoo, with a more modern design, improve powertrain, and a host of smart features.

Seat El-Born: seat-mediacenter.com/newspage/allnews/modelrange/2019/SEAT-el-Born-plugged-into-electric-mobility.html

2020 Seat El-Born foreshadows a fully-electric compact hatchback model expected to hit the market by 2020. It can drive 261 miles on a charge and has sporty performance, with 0-60mph time of 7.5 seconds.

Electric Ford Bronco from ZeroLabs: zerolabs.com/media

While we are still waiting for the revival of the Ford Bronco which is scheduled for 2021, how about electrifying the good old classic. The Los Angeles based startup Zero Labs has presented a modern interpretation.

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  1. As Ford announced its new stake they bought in Rivian…the EV Bronco should kick off the new truck only Ford brand and new F-150 line up to keep Ford relevant.

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