New Delhi: Best upcoming Electric Cars in 2020: It is getting easier, slower but safer, to plug it into the electric motor. Electric vehicles are becoming an increasingly common sight on highways. Some brands seem to dominate the news cycle when it comes to new electric cars, but there are currently more than a dozen fully electric models.
With that in mind, here is a list of the best upcoming Electric Cars in 2020:
Chevrolet Bolt EV
The Bolt EV was the first real, practical response from the mainstream auto industry to Tesla’s electric monsters. It’s an affordable little hatchback that doesn’t excel like the i3 and today it offers a plethora of all-electric range at 259 miles, a nice increase over its initial range of 236 miles. Starting at just $ 36,620, the Bolt has positioned itself as the perfect alternative to Tesla’s impossible $35,000 model. Book a test drive here.
Honda Clarity Electric
The Honda Clarity Electric is available, it’s spacious, and those are the best things we can say about it. When you consider its size and competition, a range of just 89 miles is unacceptable. Add that you can’t buy the car directly, just lease it and it makes things even worse. Still, it’s a Honda and all the things Honda does well, like build quality, are there, so that counts for something.
Hyundai Ioniq Electric
Hyundai is getting a lot more into the electric vehicle game, but the car that started it was the Ioniq Electric, and you can still get it. It’s basic in almost every way of the word, but its range had a nice increase for 2020, to 170 miles. This bad boy is listed for just a hair over $30,000 and that makes him a decent deal.’
Hyundai Kona Electric
Kona Electric is one of the most exciting new electric vehicles you can buy right now. It has a great range, weird but fun styling, tons of standard equipment, and everything else from Hyundai, including a great warranty. The Kona EV is much faster and more fun to drive than you might expect, while its 258-mile range puts it among the highest levels of modern electric batteries. With a price starting at $ 36,990, you get a lot for your money.
Jaguar was one of the last companies that we expected to launch a purely electric SUV. But he did, and the decision ended up working in his favor. The I-Pace is unlike anything else, it drives like a Jaguar and offers a real alternative to the Tesla Model X. The I-Pace is also a practical beast as it has been designed from the ground up to be an EV, it has many spaces for people and things and a considerable range of 234 miles.
Kia Niro EV
Kia’s Niro EV is Kia’s best effort to build a battery-powered, all-electric SUV that offers a good range, 239 miles, for not a lot of money ($ 38,500 to start), and we were surprised when we first drove it. It’s more fun than its looks or specs would suggest, and packed with an extensive list of standard features that make the modern Kias so hard to beat for value.
Ah yes, the grandfather of all affordable electric cars. There’s a reason the Leaf is the world’s best-selling EV by a trillion factor. And if you’ve spent time in one recently, you know it’s easy to see why this is so. The Leaf is a simple, well-built and affordable electric car that offers a reasonable range (150 miles) and still feels a bit like the future.
Nissan Leaf Plus
The Leaf Plus is Nissan’s answer to cars like the Tesla Model 3, Kona Electric, and Bolt. It has the best range of the Leaf line so far at 226 miles, and while not as cheap as the standard leaf, it offers you more for your money. More than? Power and torque mostly. Sure, some of its technology is a bit old, but that means it’s well tested right now.
Porsche’s first battery-powered electric car arrives to take over the Tesla Model S. It will initially be offered in two flavors, Turbo and Turbo S, later followed by the 4S, the former with 670 horsepower, the latter with 750. The La EPA has only rated the Turbo and Turbo S models at the moment, and they are at a relatively bleak level of 201 miles and 192 miles, respectively, in the US cycle. USA (For what it’s worth, Porsche says the Taycan should hit 256 miles in Europe’s notoriously optimistic WLTP cycle.) The Taycan Turbo starts at $ 150,900, while the Turbo S hits $ 185,000. Later, car prices will increase to $ 153,310 and $ 187,610, respectively.
Tesla Model 3
This is the EV that all other mid-priced electric vehicles have to respond to. Model 3 is that good. It’s comfortable, fun to drive, has tons of cargo space, and one of the best-in-class ranges. The Tesla Model 3 offers several range options depending on the model:
• Tesla Model 3 standard range: 220 miles
• Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus: 250 miles
• Mid-range Tesla Model 3: 264 miles
• AWD Long Range Tesla Model 3: 322 miles
• Tesla Model 3 Long Range Performance AWD: 322 miles
• Long Range Tesla Model 3: 330 miles
Tesla Model S
The Model S has been around in pretty much the same way since 2012. It has received several updates to its hardware, styling, and performance, but it’s still one of the oldest vehicles here. That said, he is also the reigning champion of the all-electric range. Thanks to a recent overhaul, the S 100D can travel 373 miles on a single charge. Unfortunately, it also costs $ 79,990 before adding things like different wheels, paint, or Tesla’s full self-driving feature. Like Model 3, here is a breakdown:
• Tesla Model S Standard Range: 287 miles
• Tesla Model S Performance: 348 miles
• Long Range Tesla Model S: 373 miles
Tesla Model X
The Tesla Model X is like the Model S in that it is fast and expensive, but it is also bigger, more spacious and has the craziest doors that can be found in a production car on this side of the Lamborghini Aventador. Thanks to a similar upgrade to the Model S, the X 100D now offers 328 miles of range on a single charge. That’s not bad for something that big. This is how the rest of the model line is shaken:
• Tesla Model X Standard Range: 258 miles
• Tesla Model X Performance: 305 miles
• Long Range Tesla Model X: 328 miles
Tesla Model Y
Think of the Tesla Model Y as the bigger, more fruitful version of the Model 3. Smaller than the Model X, the Model Y still offers seating for seven (somehow) and the same powerful electric powertrain. According to the EPA, it will make an impressive 315 miles on a full charge, no matter if you choose the long-range or performance model.
Volkswagen has been teasing us with electric ID concepts for years, and while some of them are supposed to hit production soon, the only EV you can get from VW today is the humble E-Golf. The Mk VII Golf is already a pretty good platform to start with, and while the E-Golf’s range isn’t stellar at just 123 miles, it’s a car nice enough to live and drive. Plus, at a starting price of $ 31,895, it’s not that bad.
Audi’s first specially designed battery-powered electric road car has been on our radar for a long time, but now it’s finally starting to hit dealerships in the US. USA For testing and order books are open. This electric SUV includes a 95-kilowatt-hour battery and a maximum range of 204 miles. The starting price of the E-Tron isn’t cheap at around $ 75,000, but you get a lot of quality from Audi for that money.
The BMW i3 has always been a little weird and expensive at $ 44,450, but it offers a few things that nothing else in the class can match. The largest of these is its carbon fiber chassis, which increases stiffness, reduces weight, and looks great on a spec sheet. The i3 is definitely meant to be a city car with a relatively short range, up to 153 miles, but it’s easy to park and it’s a good place to hang out, so we can’t blame it too much.
Mini Cooper SE
You may not remember this, but Mini was one of the earliest pioneers of modern electric vehicles. In 2009, the automaker underwent a large-scale test of Mini E electric hatchbacks, building hundreds and renting them to carefully selected consumers and utility companies. After a couple of years, it gave up on the technology, and until now the brand has offered a BEV for sale.
The 2020 Mini Cooper SE Electric hits dealerships in March and promises to be one of the most affordable electric vehicles on the market. Priced at $ 29,900 plus delivery, when you consider the full federal tax credit and possible state and local incentives, you can have one for less than $ 20,000. There is a catch, of course, a limited range. The Mini Electric is only estimated at 110 miles of range, an electronic strap as short as the one you’ll find today. Mini does not say the SE is a 50-state model.