The 2020 could be officially considered as the very first model year when electric cars are becoming represented across all major classes and price categories. More and more drivers stop believing the myths associated with electric vehicles and range anxiety gradually fades away with the growing ranges and infrastructure of charging stations.
If you are considering buying an electric car in the nearest future and are researching the market, treat this video as an introductory digest to the very best EVs that will be on sale during the 2020 model year. I will let you know about their prices, ranges, charge times, and any other important specifications,
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All of the vehicles shown in this #ATelectriccars episode:
Hyundai Kona Electric: hyundaiusa.com/kona-electric/index.aspx
As of today, this Kona is regarded as the cheapest and by many accounts the best electric crossover on the market which leads to constant shortages of supply wherever you look. In North America the new Kona gets only the long-range variant.
Hyundai Ioniq Electric: hyundaiusa.com/ioniq-electric/index.aspx
2020 Hyundai Ioniq Electric is a compact 5-door liftback that is positioned to appeal to EV enthusiasts, who mostly travel within city limits and do not want to purchase a long-range-capable electric transport for the occasional trips. For the 2020 model year, the car has been announced to get a mild exterior refresh paired with some cabin tech updates and powertrain enhancements.
Nissan Leaf Plus (e-Plus): nissanusa.com/vehicles/electric-cars/leaf/build-price.html
Even though the competition in the segment of budget EVs is rising the Nissan Leaf remains among the most desirable models in the world. The company has chosen to boost the range and power by introducing the new Leaf e-Plus model in 2019.
Kia Niro EV: kiamedia.com/us/en/models/niro-ev/2019/specifications
The Kia Niro EV is their first mass market all-electric crossover which has shared underpinning with the Hyundai Kona. When it comes to looks, the latter is undeniably more appealing, however the Niro is getting a somewhat higher market treatment.
Tesla Model 3: tesla.com/model3
The Tesla Model 3 is the current best-selling electric car on the market and one of the best selling automobiles in the premium segment. In 2019 it is offered in three trims with the choices of longer ranges, performance and speed.
Jaguar i-Pace: jaguar.com/jaguar-range/i-pace/index.html
After arriving in late 2018, Jaguar i-Pace continues to take the EV market by storm in 2019. Currently, it has 62 international awards from different media publishers and automotive groups, recognizing its design, passenger safety, tech advancements and of course, performance.
Audi e-Tron: e-tron.audi/en
2019 Audi e-Tron electric SUV started deliveries to the US customers in May 2019, and it is currently available for reservation using Audi’s website. The car offers 204 miles of range and can replenish 54 mi in 10min and 163mi in 30 minutes using a 150kW DC fast charger.
Kia Soul EV: kia.com/us/en/content/vehicles/upcoming-vehicles/2020-soul-ev
Though 2020 Kia Soul EV was previously expected to launch in the US this summer, unfortunately, its arrival has been pushed back to 2020. The model is expected to be available in two trims, base and Designer Collection, with the maximum range of 243 mi on a charge.
Volkswagen I.D.: volkswagen.co.uk/e-mobility/en/id-family/id.html
Volkswagen is preparing to release the first ever people’s electric car, that will be priced on par with the diesel models, but will offer decent range and advanced technological features. It will be based on the MEB platform and is preliminary labeled as I.D.
Mercedes-Benz EQC: mercedes-benz.com/en/mercedes-benz/vehicles/passenger-cars/eqc/the-new-eqc
The buyers of premium automobiles are often very aware shoppers, that is why they preferred to stay away from the unproven brands of EV. However, the arrival of the first Mercedes-Benz electric SUV EQC is expected to change the status quo.
Tesla Model Y: tesla.com/modely
Any successful sedan must be followed up by a crossover these days, so the Model 3 gets a larger sibling that completes Tesla’s sexy lineup in 2020.