Top electric cars coming in 2022. Companies like Tesla continue inspiring other car manufacturers to step up their electric car game. Here are top 10 electric cars that expected to be released in 2022:
0:14 Toyota bZ4X
Officially, Toyota hasn’t revealed much about the bZ4X’s powertrain, other than the fact that it will come standard with all-wheel drive. This suggests dual electric motors, one for every axle. Toyota plans to re-enter the electric car market with the bZ4X. It promises to feature an aggressive style that distinguishes it from Toyota’s gasoline-powered SUVs.
1:26 Cadillac Lyriq
General Motors is introducing Ultrium, a new line of EV battery technology. The Lyriq will be available with rear-wheel drive as standard, an electric motor on the rear axle, the all-wheel-drive option, and a second motor at the front to drive those wheels. So far, Cadillac has remained tight-lipped regarding the Lyriq’s all-wheel-drive motor; the rear-wheel-drive model is said to produce 340 horsepower. The scalable technology enables Cadillac to produce batteries ranging in size from 50.0 kWh to 200 kWh.
2:38 BMW iX
BMW plans to feature two different variants of the iX. The first is the xDrive50, powered by a pair of electric motors that combine to make 516 hp, and for this model, all-wheel drive is standard. The brand suggests enough power to race the iX to a top speed of 124 mph, 60 mph in 4.6 seconds. The iX has a massive 106.3-kWh battery pack that BMW claims will provide about 300 miles of driving range per charge.
4:19 KIA EV6
The Kia EV6 is designed to be rear or an all-wheel drive. It is also available with either a single electric motor positioned on the rear axle or an electric motor mounted on both axles. The all-wheel-drive models have a higher battery and either 313 or 576 total horsepower. The base rear-drive model has a lesser battery and only 167 hp. Choosing the larger battery increases the total system output of the rear-drive EV6 to 218 horsepower. The Kia EV6 is designed in two battery sizes; 58.0 kWh and 77.4 kWh. Kia predicts that the EV6 will have a range of up to 300 miles on a single charge.
6:01 Audi Q4 e-tron Sportback
This model has the same combination as the mechanically comparable Volkswagen ID.4, which hits 60 mph in 7.6 seconds. The standard powertrain configuration is the 40, and it comprises a single 201-hp electric motor with rear-wheel drive. The awesome all-wheel-drive Q4 e-Tron 50 and Q4 e-Tron Sportback 50 has an electric motor powering each axle to produce 295 horsepower and 0 to 60 seconds in 6.2 seconds. The 77.0-kWh battery pack in the Q4 e-Tron promises to produce 250 kilometers per charge.
7:13 Mercedes-Benz EQB
The Mercedes-Benz EQB storms the market with a full package of driver-assistance systems as optional extras. The EQB 250, with a 221-hp electric engine and front-wheel drive, will be the entry-level model. All-wheel drive may be an option, and a more powerful EQB350 variant may also be available. To compete with rivals such as the Audi e-Tron and Tesla Model Y, the EQB will need to have a driving range of at least 200 miles per charge.
8:34 Lexus LF-Z Electrified
With its market competitors, the Lexus LFZ still stands tall. It was developed with an outstanding potential of 536 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque. The body is a mash-up of the sedan, hatchback, and crossover in one shape. The LF-Z uses the narrow horizontal lighting strip seen on the UX crossover and the revised 2021 IS sedan from the rear. Its 90-kilowatt-hour battery pack will drive you for 373 miles before needing a new charge.
9:31 Volkswagen ID.8
Volkswagen has stated that a three-row SUV based on its electric-vehicle architecture will be released soon. The ID.8 will be a family-friendly SUV that will share style with the somewhat smaller ID.6 that was unveiled for the Chinese market. The ID.8 will be substantially larger than the ID.4, competing with mid-size SUVs. It will include three rows of seats and enough for up to seven passengers.
10:40 Hyundai IONIQ 5
This midsize SUV is inspired by the company’s first production car, the pony hatchback from 1975. The Ioniq 5 debuts Hyundai’s all-electric ionic sub-brands and shares its underpinnings with the future Kia ev6; this vehicle has a strong focus on the future. The model’s characteristics will be determined by two battery and single rear or dual-motor all-wheel-drive combinations. 60 miles may be recharged in under 5 minutes and cover approximately 290 miles.
11:27 GMC Hummer SUV
General Motors has informed the public that this vehicle will not hit the production lines until 2024. Still, it promises to have a nine-inch shorter wheelbase to improve off-road manoeuvrability while maintaining all-wheel steering with crabwalk and an air suspension that can raise the SUV by six inches. The power system of this SUV consists of a big LTM battery with a capacity of up to 200 kWh