Future-proof electric vehicles are being added to the portfolio of automakers on a yearly basis. Everyone is working on electric cars, including well-known automakers and brand new companies like Lucid, Canoo, and Rivian. From concept to manufacturing, we’ve compiled a list of every electric vehicle that isn’t currently on the market but will be.
Acura ZDX (expected to be out in 2024)
The Acura ZDX will be another step toward bringing significant electrification to Honda’s current lineup when it debuts in 2024. While there are few details, we do know that this all-electric SUV will be based on the future Honda Prologue, which will result in a job for GM. Underpinnings This time around, the EV should look more conventional SUV, as the Precision EV concept predicted. You may recognize the ZDX name from Acura’s previous coupe-SUV model. There will also be a Type S performance model, which we expect will have more power, firmer suspension, and a more aggressive look.
Audi A6 e-tron (expected to be out in 2023)
Although the Audi A6 e-tron is now only a concept, Audi claims that it is very close to the final design of the vehicle. It is built on the Extensible Premium Platform Electric (PPE) architecture, which can be extended, extended and expanded to accommodate a wide range of different EV models. It will go on sale alongside the gas-powered A6 and is probably the first electric vehicle (EV) built on the PPE platform, which will underpin future electric Audis. The A6 e-tron concept uses two electric motors with a combined output of 469 horsepower. All PPE vehicles have 800-volt charging ports, and the large sedan can reach 400 miles of range on a single charge.
Bentley models (expected to be out in 2025)
Bentley plans to make a significant switch from the 15-mpg Land Yacht to all-new models with all-electric drivetrains. By 2030, Bentley promises to replace its current Bentayga, Flying Spur, Continental GT coupe and convertible models and add an all-new model to its inventory. An early replacement should appear around 2025.
Buick Electra (expected to be out in 2024)
For its new all-electric SUV, which has already been unveiled for China, Buick has brought back the 18-foot-long steel sled nameplate from 1959. The Electra E5 should be the same size as the Chevrolet Equinox as it is powered by GM’s Ultimate battery technology. The Electra E1 to E9 trademark registrations may have provided insight into Buick’s next lineup. With 300 miles of range and 340 horsepower, we expect the Electra E5 to perform similarly to the Cadillac Lyriq, which is on the market now. Buick plans to have an all-electric lineup by 2030, though the first Electra should appear in 2024 at the earliest.
Cadillac Celestiq (expected to be out in early 2024)
Cadillac wants to go back to when it was acceptable to call itself the world standard. At least that’s the idea behind the upcoming Celeste, a luxury electric vehicle (EV) that will cost more than $300K and will be built by hand. Despite being out of reach for all but the wealthiest, Cadillac sees the Celestiq as an aspirational rather than an affordable vehicle. Each of these innovative 600-hp electric hatchbacks can be tailored specifically to the needs of the one percent of buyers who can afford one. Will it be enough to put GM’s premium brand on par with Bentley and Rolls-Royce? After the Celestiq is introduced to America’s wealthiest neighborhoods — possibly as early as 2024 — we’ll just have to wait.
Canoo Pickup Truck (expected to be out in 2024)
It’s a pickup from California-based electric vehicle startup Canoo. Its current name is just pickup vehicle. Canoo pickup trucks are advertised with more than 500 horsepower and a range of at least 200 miles. It is two feet shorter than the Ford Ranger, which is more common for the mid-size pickup segment. Pre-orders for Canoo’s truck, which will reportedly be available with a six- to eight-foot pickup bed, are already open, and production is slated to begin sometime in 2024. A modified pickup truck is also being tested by the US military.
Canoo Lifestyle Vehiocle (expected to be out in 2023)
This five- or seven-seat EV, like Canoo’s truck, is built on a skateboard platform, the same one used by BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and VW to quickly change body designs on respective underpinnings. With a starting price of around $40,000, Canoo promises this minibus will have a range of up to 200 miles and 350 horsepower. While NASA has expressed interest in using the Lifestyle Vehicle for transit to the launch site for the upcoming Artemis moon landing mission, a delivery van version has received 4,500 pre-orders from Walmart. Canoo has faced financial challenges recently, but wants to start manufacturing this year.