A variety of electric vehicles destined for production debuted at the LA Auto Show, ranging from a retro minivan to a high-performance sports sedan and a pickup truck from a company you'd like to see. 39, have never heard of it.
Kia Soul EV: Kia unveiled America's best-selling third-generation sub-compact SUV, which will include a battery-powered, long-life version that will rival vehicles like the Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf, and the Niro EV shares a powertrain. Kia has not specified yet where you can drive between charges, but the Niro can travel 239 miles before having to plug it in.
Rivian R1T and R1s 2020/2021: The American manufacturer Rivian plans to use the same electric platform to build a range of high-end pickup trucks and SUVs. He says that they will go up to 400 miles and will be able to accelerate to 100 mph in 7 seconds while still offering a serious off-road capability. Prices are expected to start at $ 69,000.
Audi E-Tron GT Concept 2021: Audi will launch an electric SUV next year, and will follow it by 2021 with this stylish sports sedan. According to Audi, it will have 590 hp and will be able to hit 60 mph in 3.4 seconds. The range is estimated at around 250 km and it can be recharged to 80% in just 20 minutes with the fast charging technology it shares with its sister company Porsche.
2022 VW I.D. Buzz Cargo: Volkswagen is investing $ 50 billion in futuristic autonomous and electric cars, including a very retro one. Identity Buzz Cargo is inspired by the classic Microbus, but is designed to travel more than 300 km with a battery.