Electric cars 2021: all upcoming models | Updated

Electric cars 2021: all upcoming models | Updated

Electric cars 2021

The market for green, zero-emission cars is growing rapidly and over the course of the year we will see a real wave of innovations. The spread of electric mobility is driven by various factors of various kinds, such as environmental issues, an increasingly dense and efficient recharging network or, again, the effects of incentives on the new car market. The most virtuous producers interested in not receiving important sanctions from the European Community, due to the excessively polluting vehicle fleet, are therefore ready to release a series of fully electrified vehicles on the market.


Audi e-tron GT

In addition to the SUV and GT, the manufacturer of the Four Rings will market a thoroughbred sports car built with attention artisanal. Made at the Heilbonn plant and with the same floor as the Porsche Taycan, the future e-tron GT will replace the current Audi R8 supercar powered, as we know, by a Lamborghini-derived V10 engine. Very few details are currently available: it will undoubtedly be a very important vehicle for the German manufacturer.

Range: 472 km Battery: 84 kWh Power: between 400 and 646 HP Price: from 107 thousand euros

BMW i4

BMW's offensive will not be limited to a midsize SUV, but also a sports sedan capable of providing 600 km of autonomy. Expected for next summer, BMW i4 will also be available in a higher performance M version. The images currently available are the result of some renderings and its final appearance has not yet been shown.

Range: over 600 km Battery: 80 kWh Power: over 500 HP Price: TBA

Mercedes EQA

Render of Motor1 Following on from EQC, Mercedes' first zero-emission car, the brand is confirmed ready to release a new fully electric vehicle similar in shape and size to the current GLA. Expected for the next few months, Mercedes EQA will have an autonomy of about 400 km ensured by a 60 kWh battery. The engine will instead have 272 HP and we do not know if intermediate power steps are envisaged.

Range: about 400 km Battery: about 60 kWh Power: 272 HP Price: from 41 thousand euros

Skoda Enyaq

Developed in collaboration with the Wolfsburg group, the small SUV inherits much of the Volkwagen technology used on the ID.3 and ID.4, such as the battery and the propulsion system. Available with different power steps (iV 50, iV 60, iV80, iV 80x and iVvRS), the expected range is up to 500 km with the 77 kWh battery.

Range: from 340 to 510 km Battery: from 52 to 77 kWh Power: from 150 to 300 HP Price: from around 35,000 euros

Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo

The family version of the electric sports car Stuttgart will arrive only in the next few months; spotted on several occasions without veils, the new Porsche sports car will follow the endothermic range with 4S, Turbo and Turbo S versions. Few details are available even if some rumors suggest important powers even in the order of 750 HP.

Range: up to 450 km Battery: 90 kWh Power: up to 750 HP Price: from 95 thousand euros

Rivian R1T

A surprise announcement at the Los Angeles auto show in 2018 has revealed the presence of this mysterious electric pick-up. The Rivian R1T features a powertrain that promises to deliver up to 754hp and a 0-100km / h time of less than three seconds. R1T was supposed to go into production at the end of 2020, but first deliveries to the US have been delayed until June 2021. European buyers will likely have to wait a little longer to be able toa> buy it.

Range: up to 480 km Battery: 130 kWh Power: up to 754 HP Price: from 65 thousand euros


Lotus Evija

The British brand is back on the market with a zero-emission hypercar. Known as the Evija, the car promises dizzying performance comparable to that of the most famous thermal supercars: 2,000 hp, lightning-fast acceleration and high top speed.

Built in just 130 units, the Evija will be built with a monocoque made of carbon fiber and equipped with four electric motors. Price? 2.3 million euros.

Range: TBA Battery: 70 kWh Power: 2,000 HP Price: 2.3 million euros

Nissan Ariya

Ariya, will be the new-concept electric car that will join Leaf; it is a crossover designed from the ground up built on the CMF-EV platform developed by the Renualt-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance. Available in 63 and 87 kWh, with two or four-wheel drive, Nissan Ariya will have a range of between 340 and 500 km with a maximum power of 395 hp.

Range: from 340 to 500 km Battery: 63 or 87 kWh Power: 218 to 395 HP Price: TBA



Expected exclusively with Green engines, the SUV of the Bavarian brand will have a range of over 600 km with a 100 kWh battery pack. Featuring a large front grille, similar in size and design to the company's current cars, the BMW iX will have an output of over 500 hp.

Range: over 600 km Battery: 100 kWh Power: over 500 HP Price: TBA

Cupra el-Born

The el-Born is the first car of the Spanish company that inherits part of the technology of Volkswagen ID, Audi Q4 e-tron and Skoda Enyaq. The car will therefore be available in different configurations with a maximum power of 300 hp, in the most performing variant. Expected a 77 kWh battery capable of guaranteeing up to 500 km of autonomy.

Range: 500 km Battery: 77 kWh Power: more than 300 HP Price: TBA


Kia is ready to launch 11 new electric vehicles by 2025 and the EV6 crossover is the first bespoke EV the South Korean company has ever made. The EV6 will soon be revealed in full and will be a sister car to Hyundai's Ioniq 5, built on a completely new platform. It will initially offer around 510 km of electric range with a 72.6 kWh battery. According to reports, the company is aiming for 700 km therefore a version with an increased battery will certainly arrive. The 800 V high-speed charging should recharge the battery in less than 20 minutes.

Range: 500 km Battery: 72 kWh Power: starting at 230 HP Price: TBA

Mercedes EQS

In addition to EQA and EQC, the German brand will present the high-performance flagship known as the EQS. As per the S-Class tradition, the car will adopt the most advanced and refined technology discovered to date and a higher-end declination developed by the AMG high-performance division is also expected. Few information about it but it will undoubtedly be a vehicle capable of worrying the current Tesla Model S, Lucid Air and Posche Taycan.

Range: about 700 km Battery: 110 kWh Power: up to 751 CV Price: from 72 thousand euros

Tesla Model S Plaid

Announced in September during the Tesla battery day, without too much fanfare the Palo Alto house has introduced the Plaid version of the Model S to the list in Europe: the most powerful than ever, waiting for the Plus variant. It will be available on the Italian market from September 2021, with a total power of 1,020 HP and a declared range of 628 km.

Range: about 620 km Battery: 100 kWh Power : up to 1,020 hp Price: from 120 thousand euros


GMC Hummer EV

Expected to go into production in the last months of 2021, with deliveries to customers to follow next year, GMC's bold electric pickup is bound to resurrect the Hummer brand in the world the United States. While unlikely to reach Europe in any official capacity, the extreme EV looks set to have a big impact on the other side of the Atlantic, with an estimated power of 986hp and a 0-100km / h time. about three seconds.

Range: about 500 km Battery: TBA Power: up to 986 HP Price: TBA

Hyundai Ioniq 5

For a long time active in the sector of greener and emission-conscious vehicles , Hyundai introduces the new Ioniq brand dedicated to this kind of cars. New models based on the modular e-GMP platform and battery with 800 Volt architecture are therefore expected. Although the launch is expected between 2021 and 2022, at present there is no detailed information about it.

Range: 480 km Battery: 58 and 72.6 kWh Power: 170 to 218 HP Price : from 59,500 euros

Hyundai Ioniq 6

It will probably debut this year, but will not appear in showrooms until mid-2022. Ioniq 6 will be Hyundai's flagship EV, a sedan that will share design elements with the Ioniq 5 but will be radically different from the brand's current model range. A high-performance variant with two engines for a 0-100km / h sprint of less than 3.5 seconds is likely. Range varies by specification, but up to 500km should be possible between charges.

Range: 500km Battery: TBA Power: TBA Price: TBA

Tesla Roadster

The next-generation Roadster has been previewed ahead of its official debut on multiple occasions and Tesla claims it will have a top speed in excess of 400km / h with a 0-100km / h time of 1.9 seconds. The 200 kWh battery pack, the largest in a production electric vehicle, should guarantee a range of nearly 1,000 km.

Range: 1.000 km Battery: 200 kWh Power: TBA Price: starting from 200 thousand euros

Tesla Model X Plaid

The improvements made to the Model S Plaid have also made their way into the SUV of high-end Tesla; the addition of a third engine allows you to reach 0-100 in 2.5 seconds, reducing by two tenths the time it could already reach before the changes were introduced. Deliveries are expected to start soon in the US, but it may take some time for the X Plaid model to reach the Old Continent market.

Range: approx. 620 km Battery: 100 kWh Power: up to 1,020 CV Price: from 120 thousand euros Over the next few weeks we will update the article with further models expected for 2021. Judging from the preliminary data, it seems that car manufacturers have finally decided to introduce more affordable vehicles with prices at starting from 20 thousand euros. So we just have to wait to know and discover all the available versions and set-ups.

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