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Top 10 NEW Electric Vehicles in 2021

Andy Slye

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Published on Feb 24, 2021
Sponsored by Curology: Visit to learn more! There are some exciting new electric vehicles coming. These are my top 10 best electric cars that I’m looking forward to the most in 2021. Watch next ➡️ The Possible $19,000 Tesla:

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If you watched the Super Bowl you may have noticed GM's commercial about their new upcoming electric vehicles in 2021. This seems to confirm that 2021 is truly the year of the Electric Vehicle. It’s safe to say Tesla is currently the leader in the EV space. I’ve owned a Tesla Model 3 for almost 3 years and it’s been one of the best purchases of my life. But even though Teslas are superior in many ways they aren’t the only option when it comes to choosing a good electric vehicle. And the more electric cars that come out, the more competition there is, the better it is for us, the consumers. This list is sorted by price, from the most affordable to the most expensive.

0:00 Intro
0:47 Chevy Bolt & Bolt EUV
2:34 Nissan Ariya
4:12 VW ID4
5:57 Ford Mustang Mach-E
7:32 Hyundai Ioniq 5
8:55 Curology (Sponsor)
10:07 Kia CV/EV5
11:46 Tesla Cybertruck
13:18 Rivian R1T & R1S
14:51 Tesla Model S Plaid+
16:29 Lucid Air

I was never a big fan of the looks & performance of the Bolt, but the new Bolt has been redesigned and also comes in a new variant called the Bolt EUV which stands for electric utility vehicle and is considered to be a crossover SUV and has more space than the regular Bolt as well as a slightly different exterior style.

VW says the ID4 will be able to travel up to 250 miles on a full charge and comes in a few different options: the Pro, 1st Edition, and Pro S. At first, all ID4 models will offer only rear-wheel drive but the all-wheel drive models will join the lineup later this year as well as a less-expensive base model coming in 2022.

It comes in two battery sizes and either rear or all-wheel drive, and can provide anywhere from 211 miles up to 305 miles of range on a full charge depending on the configuration which in my opinion is way too many to choose from.

The Tesla Cybertruck starts around $40,000 for the single motor RWD variant but that’s not going into production until late 2022 so that’s why it’s here at this spot because the dual motor and tri motor versions will be produced first in late 2021 and starting around $50,000 and $70,000 respectively. It can travel anywhere from 250 miles to over 500 miles on a full charge depending on the configuration, and the performance is insane with a 0-60 speed of less than 3 seconds on the tri motor AWD version.

Rivian was founded in 2009, and since then they’ve gotten a lot of attention for their upcoming pickup truck, the R1T, and their SUV, the R1S. They’re backed by Amazon and Ford, and they have a very specific target audience in mind and pretty spot on branding, with a focus on high-end luxury yet adventurous utility. It promises at least 300 miles of range on the large battery pack and over 400 miles on the max battery pack with crazy performance using a quad motor all wheel drive setup delivering a 0-60 speed of 3 seconds and up to 11,000 pounds of towing capacity. But it also comes in a quad motor setup with the same 0-60 speed of 3 seconds as the R1T. I was lucky enough to see both of these vehicles in person last year at Fully Charged Live North America, and they look just as good in person as they do in photos.

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