Electric Vehicles Are the Future of Auto

November 28th, 2022 by

The many electric cars coming out in the next few years mark an exciting time for the auto industry. The electric vehicles hail from manufacturers such as Tesla, Porsche, Audi, and Jaguar. Consumers can buy them at virtually any price and in any size and shape.

7 Electric Vehicles to Get Excited About

Wondering what electric cars are on their way? The offerings include Volvo EX90, Polestar 3, BMW i4, Mercedes-Benz EQE, Nissan Ariya, and Tesla Cybertruck. They are just a few among the many electric vehicles landing at a fast and furious pace in 2022, 2023, and the years to come.

1. Volvo EX90

Volvo aims for the EX90 to be an all-electric replacement for the XC90 crossover. (By the way, Volvo plans to go electric by 2030, and the EX90 is the flagship. It uses an abundance of sustainable materials. For example, 110 pounds of the car is either made from bio-based materials or recycled plastics. The company’s ambitions by 2025 include vehicles with 25 percent recycled or bio-based plastics.)

The EX90 should have between 400 and 455 horsepower and a driving range of at least 370 miles. Range is the distance electric vehicles can travel on a single charge.

2. Polestar 3

Expect the Polestar 3 to feature more than 300 miles of range and possess more than 500 horsepower.

3. BMW i4

This is BMW’s answer to the Tesla Model 3. Drivers can get a range of 300+ miles from the BMW i4 along with plenty of style and power.

4. Mercedes-Benz EQE

This car should deliver nearly 400 miles of range to drivers and an extremely luxurious cabin for a decadent driving experience.

5. Nissan Ariya

If you’re looking for a mainstream SUV type, then Nissan’s Ariya could be your answer. The various Ariya models feature different ranges (304, 216, 205, 270, 289, and 265 miles, for example) and horsepower. The pinnacle experience, the Ariya Platinum, features an extended range of up to 265 miles, 389 horsepower, and a motion-activated hands-free liftgate.

6. Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla features in auto industry news headlines a lot. The Cybertruck certainly looks like it belongs in the future and is supposed to go into production in early 2023.

The finished version should appear not quite as futuristic because it must meet legal standards to be driven on roads. If you like boating, here’s a cool fact: Elon Musk wants the Cybertruck to be able to double as a boat on calm waters for short times. Drivers can use this feature to cross rivers, lakes, and seas that are not overly choppy.

7. Lotus Evija

Evija drivers will get behind the wheel of electric vehicles with 2,000 horsepower and four electric motors. This is a hypercar made for drag racing.

If you are in the San Antonio area, check out Red McCombs. Plenty of new and used electric vehicles and hybrids feature among our offerings, and you can get them at multiple price points. Check out our selection here.

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