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10 Most Anticipated Electric SUVs Arriving by 2022 (EV Range and Pricing Reviewed)


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Published on Dec 19, 2020
There are multiple steps in the adoption process of a new technology. Electric cars have already passed the stage when young and wealthy innovators were ready to cash out for the ultra-expensive supercars, then early adopters were buying short range and questionably looking Nissan Leafs and Renault Zoes, but finally we are at the point when the majority of buyers are starting to pay attention. 2021 will be the year when the world’s favorite body style will get electrified and EV crossover SUVs will set on a path of establishing their domination in the business.

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Hyundai Kona Electric

Following in the footsteps of its gasoline siblings, the 2021 Kona Electric boasts a similarly revised exterior with a few EV-specific updates. The closed off-grille is redesigned, there are new LED DRLs, plus of course, the asymmetric charging port is still here.


Unlike the upcoming IX3 crossover and I4 sedan, that have ICE counterparts, the all-new iX is a purposefully build vehicle that has no analogues in the BMW roster. The crossover is underpinned by the Cluster Architecture fitted with the brand’s 5th generation e-drive technology.

Volkswagen ID.4:

The second MEB platform offering from VW, ID.4 is aggressively priced at $32,500 after incentives, which allows it to compete not only against other EVs, but rather go straight after the segments leaders like.

Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron:

Expected to arrive in 2021, the Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron is going to be one of the first three Audi models to be based on MEB platform. It gets rear or all-wheel drive powertrain configurations with 280 and 250 miles.

Cadillac Lyriq:

After GM’s sudden acceptance of electrification, the company pledged to bring 30 new EVs to the market by 2025, and the first among them will be this luxury crossover. Announced to arrive 9 months ahead of the initial schedule, the production-ready Cadillac Lyriq should now hit the US in 2022.

Rivian R1S:

Though we all hoped that the Rivian SUV will make its first deliveries by the end of 2020, the R1S still belongs to the bracket of upcoming EV, since its release was postponed till June 2021.

Skoda Enyaq iV:

The first all-electric SUV by Skoda confirms the Czech are firmly set on moving up the market. The Skoda Enyaq iV is futuristic, but at the same time more reserved than the playful VW ID4.

Fisker Ocean:

Seven years since Henrik Fisker’s Karma Automotive went up in flames, the Danish designer is making a so far glorious comeback. The first product of the enterprise is the Fisker Ocean electric crossover.

Lynk & Co ZERO Concept:

Lynk & Co ZERO Concept previews the first all-electric crossover from the Chinese brand, that will debut a dedicated EV architecture developed by its parent company, Geely.

Nissan Ariya:

The Leaf and ENV200 were the groundbreaking EVs in their own time, but the time has come for a new era of Nissan Intelligent Mobility. The coupe-SUV Ariya sits on a brand-new platform.

Lucid SUV:

The Gravity EV will be based on the Lucid Electric Advanced Platform or LEAP in short, that follows the space concept approach of maximizing interior space to sit 7 passengers.
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