The best electric Cars Coming in 2022. What The World Is Up To ?

As we continue to strive for reduced emissions and air pollution, the electric car market is being flooded with new options. What used to be an obscure niche is becoming more mainstream every year with new EVs from mainstream and luxury brands alike. There are also some exciting new startups following Tesla’s lead in producing high-tech EVs at high volumes. Here are the new electric cars  for the 2022 model year.

Audi Q4 e-tron and Q4 Sportback e-tron

An option will join the Audi e-tron SUV in Audi’s sub-brand of electric luxury vehicles. The newest members of the electric lineup are the Audi Q4 e-tron and Q4 Sportback e-tron. with four doors, the Sportback is billed as a “coupe”-style variant with a sloping, fastback roofline. Audi estimates a range of 250 miles on a full charge and has confirmed that the starting price will be under $45,000.

BMW i4

The BMW i4 is an electric sedan that we’ve been waiting on for some time now, and it looks like it’s finally arriving for the 2022 model year. BMW estimates an all-electric range of up to 300 miles and a maximum rating of over 500 horsepower. The i4’s starting price is roughly $55,000.

Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV

The Chevrolet Bolt EV is getting a thorough refresh for 2022 and is being joined by the all-new Bolt EUV. While the two cars are essentially the same mechanically, the Bolt EV is a hatchback, and the Bolt EUV is in the style of a compact SUV.  the changes  bring many different things . For example, the Bolt EUV has more ground clearance, a little more back-seat space, and available Super Cruise hands-free semi-autonomous driving tech. Chevy has confirmed that the starting price for the EV will be $36,500.

Ford F-150 Lightning

 When it goes on sale in spring 2022, the all-new fully electric Lightning is expected to have 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque, with a 0-60 mph time of about 4.5 seconds. That is the most power of any Ford truck. It will also have good towing capacity and plenty of work-friendly features, as well as an impressive range of up to 300 miles. Pricing will start at $39,974.

2022 Genesis Electrified G80

When comparing luxury cars, the Genesis G80 is arguably the best value of mid-size luxury sedans. It’s about to get even better with the new Electrified G80, offering the same excellence as the gasoline model but with an electric powertrain with an estimated range of 265 miles. we expect the Electrified G80 to be very competitively priced compared to other luxury electric sedans.

2022 GMC Hummer EV Pickup

Hummer is back, with a new  GMC model. The 2022 GMC Hummer EV is an all-electric pickup truck making up to 1,000 horsepower with promising off-road chops. There’s also an SUV version scheduled for the 2024 model year. The first-to-arrive Edition 1 cost $112,595. Later, there will be other versions expected to cost $80,000 and $100,000.

2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5

The Ioniq is set to become an electrified sub-brand of Hyundai, with the Ioniq 5 as the first model. This small crossover has a futuristic look both inside and out, and it promises nearly 300 miles of electric range, putting it up there with high mileage EVs. This is a 2022 model slated for release in fall 2021, but there is no official price set for the car yet.

  • Kia EV6

The Kia EV6 is launched alongside the Hyundai Ioniq 5 mechanically. However, this Kia has a unique profile that blurs the lines of the sedan, wagon and SUV, giving it an interesting look and a spacious and practical interior. Kia says production of this electric vehicle will begin at the end of 2021 to roll out in “certain global markets,” and we expect North America to be one of them. When the EV6 hits North America, we expect pricing to start at $ 45,000.

  • Mazda MX-30

Mazda has earned a well-deserved reputation for building excellent crossovers that are fun to drive and more upscale than their price tags suggest. The brand is now applying this formula to an electric vehicle in the form of the Mazda MX-30. Its size is similar to that of the CX-30 subcompact crossover, with the major difference of an electric powertrain. One of its most exciting and unique quirks is its pivoting “freestyle doors”. When released, we expect the 2022 Mazda MX-30 to start at around $ 32,000.

Mercedes-Benz EQS

The first fully electric luxury sedan from the Mercedes-EQ sub-brand is the upcoming EQS. Inspired by the iconic S-Class, the EQS features an interesting front cabin design with clean lines and rounded edges to optimize aerodynamics, improving both performance and efficiency. Based on European figures, the electric range is over 470 miles and can reach 516 horsepower. Mileage and horsepower alone are worth its estimated starting price of $ 100,000.

Mercedes-Benz EQB

Mercedes-Benz has promised some variety in the EQB’s model lineup, offering buyers choices such as front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, various horsepower and battery capacities, and more. Similar GLB gas has a starting price of $ 38,000, so we can guess that the EQB will be a bit higher than in the $ 40,000 range.

Nissan Ariya

Nissan was the first to market a mainstream electric vehicle in the form of the Leaf, and there will finally be a Nissan electric SUV. There will be a single-engine front-wheel drive model and a more powerful dual-engine AWD model. They will both be available with either standard reach or long range so you can get whichever works best for your budget. While Nissan has yet to release an official price, we would expect it to be in the $ 40,000 range.

Rivian R1S

The Rivian R1S SUV will be the second Rivian to hit the market, after the truck based on the same platform. It promises to be a particularly adventurous premium SUV, not too different from a Land Rover, but with a fully electric powertrain with up to four engines. The R1S has a sleek exterior, high-tech interior and amazing capabilities that will make the R1S one of the most competitive SUVs on the market. Rivian is looking to compete with luxury car brands, with the R1S starting at $ 77,500 for the launch edition. The starting price will be $ 70,000 in January 2022.

Rivian R1T

The Rivian R1T will be the first fully electric pickup truck available in North America and Rivian’s first vehicle. It promises exceptional capabilities with up to 11,000 pounds of towing capacity and a 0-60 mph time in just 3 seconds. Other configurations of the R1T with different ranges and different prices will gradually become available over the next year. The R1T Launch Edition will be priced similar to the R1S, as it will be $ 75,000. The launch edition will go on sale in summer 2021, with more models available in January 2022 starting at $ 67,500.

Tesla Cybertruck

 Promising the capability of a truck with the performance of a sports car, the Cybertruck appears to be one EV that really does it all. Its wildly unconventional look is sure to stand out wherever it goes, and it’s available to order right now with a refundable deposit of only $100.  the truck has a starting price of $39,000.

Volvo C40 Recharge

Volvo has built stylish, luxurious and safe SUVs that are seriously competitive with their German rivals. The upcoming Volvo C40 Recharge has a lower, sleeker design than the average SUV. This gives it a sporty look without losing the practicality of a small crossover. Production will begin in fall 2021 and the range is estimated to be around 260 miles. This sporty SUV is a bit more expensive than the others, with an estimated price tag of $ 55,000.

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