Electric vehicles have seen an explosion in popularity in the past few years, and the spread has attracted more manufacturers to get in on the EV industry. There are new electric vehicles coming in town soon. This article will introduce 4 future EVs with one-of-a-kind features
Hyundai Ioniq 6
The Ioniq 6 is based on the E-GMP architecture which adds new comfort, convenience, and safety features. The cabin uses two 12-inch screens with one for the instrument panel and a touchscreen for the infotainment dashboard, also offering a row of physical buttons as a second controller for maps and media, etc.
Most notably, the latest modern SmartSense active driving assistance suite is standard with a series of functions and performance enhancements, such as forward collision warning, AEB with pedestrian and bicycle detection, blind spot warning, and automatic cruise control. More advanced features are available on SEL and Limited trims. In addition, there is an automatic parking function, which allows the driver to guide the car to enter and exit parallel, vertical and diagonal parking spaces remotely.
Powertrains: single or dual motor; single-speed transmission; 53- and 77.4-kWh battery, rear- and all-wheel drive
Horse Power: 320 hp
Estimate Range: 256 or 303 mile
Charging solution: adapts to 240V AC home charging. Also includes both 400 V and 800 V DC fast charging.
Max. Charge Power: 11 kW AC
Fastcharge Power (max): 233 kW DC
On sale: Spring 2023
Cost: $45,000 to $60,000
Learn more about the Hyundai Ioniq 6.
Indi one is launched by a startup electric vehicles company, which is based in southern California. The size of Indi one will be between the Tesla Model Y and Model X. The main reason that Indi One hit the US market is the particularly powerful computer called “Vehicle Integrated Computer” (VIC) which is compatible with Windows 10 and Android Auto and offers Internet surfing, video streaming, games, and even basic mobile offices.
Powertrains: dual motor AWD with 95kwh
Horse Power: 475HP
Estimate Range: 300 mile
On sale: Late 2023
Cost: $45,000 to $69,000
Learn more about the Indi One
The RZ will be the first electric vehicle in a new chapter for Lexus with its unique DIRECT4 all-wheel drive and it shares the same core technology as the Toyota bZ4X. it’s sporting a much posher cabin with a large 14.0-inch infotainment touchscreen that dominates the RZ’s dashboard. The Lexus Safety Sense+ 3.0 suite is standard, including adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, automated emergency braking, etc.
Powertrain: Two-motor (150 kW front and 80 kW rear), all-wheel drive
Horse Power: around 312 hp
Estimate Range: 225 mile
Charging solution: Adapted to 120V & 240V AC home charging and 400 V DC Fast Charging power standard: 6.6 kW AC
Charging power optional: 11 kW AC
Fastcharge Power (max): 150 kw DC
On sale: Late 2022
Learn more about the 2023 Lexus RZ.
Most people are attracted by the sharp-edged exterior because the outside of the Tesla Cybertruck looks like an alien. It is not only like a sports car but also provides heavy-duty-truck-grade tow capacity with a massive 500-mile range and Full Self-Driving driver-assistance features.
Powertrains: Single-motor, rear-wheel drive; dual- and tri-motor with all-wheel drive.
Estimate Range: 200 to 500 mile
Charging solution: Adapted to 120V & 240V AC home charging and 400 V DC Fast Charing
Fastcharge Power (max): 150 kw DC
On sale: 2023
Learn more about the Tesla Cybertruck.