Electric Cars

Sizzlin' Sixteen: New Electric Cars Coming Soon

May 20, 2021

Sizzlin' Sixteen: New Electric Cars Coming Soon

We are living in exciting times. Over the next few years, we’ll see a barrage of amazing new all-electric cars, SUVs and even pickup trucks to electrify your transportation needs. Here’s our list of sixteen inspiring new EV models that we can’t wait to test drive. You can reserve some of these vehicles right now such as the Ford Mustang Mach-E, the Volkswagen ID.4 or the mighty GMC Hummer EV. Others are coming to showrooms later this year or within the next two years.

New Electric Cars Coming Soon

Our sizzlin’ sweet sixteen EVs are listed in alphabetical order by automaker. On-sale dates and MSRP figures are estimates as of this writing. Once they become available, you’ll find them all on the GreenCars Marketplace powered by Driveway.

1. Audi Q4 e-tron

A close relative to Volkswagen’s ID.4, Audi’s new Q4 e-tron compact electric SUV will be built on Volkswagen’s MEB modular electric vehicle platform. The Q4 e-tron will compete with such rival EVs as the Tesla Model Y and Volvo XC40 Recharge. Current range estimate for the Q4 e-tron is 280 miles.

Starting MSRP: $45,000.

On Sale: Mid-2021

2. Audi e-tron GT

This sleek and sexy sedan looks like it belongs in a James Bond movie. The all-wheel-drive e-tron GT will have electric motors on both axles, with a combined output of 590 horsepower and zero to 60 mph times in the 3.5 second range. It includes a unique cooling system to allow for high-speed shenanigans.

Starting MSRP: $75,000.

On Sale: Mid-2021

3. BMW i4

BMW’s new four-door coupe has a range of over 300 miles and a fast charging system that is reported to add 60 miles of charge in just six minutes! The i4 sedan is all about sports car performance, with 530 horsepower and zero to 60 mph times of under 4 seconds. It will be the first luxury electric car from the German brand.

Starting MSRP: $70,000.

On Sale: Late-2021

4. BMW iX

BMW’s new electric SUV will showcase the automaker’s latest tech and special features. The iX will boast 500 horsepower with an electric motor at each axle for all-wheel drive. Zero to 60 mph times are said to be under 5 seconds and range on a full charge is around 300 miles. BMW claims 75 miles of charge in just 10 minutes.

Starting MSRP: $80,000

On Sale: Early-2022

5. Cadillac Lyriq

While still a concept car at the moment, Cadillac’s stunning Lyriq will have a range of 300 miles and be available in an all-wheel drive variant. The typical Caddy lush interior will feature a 33-inch curved LED display across its dash and the sedan will be loaded to the gills with the latest driver assist technology.

Starting MSRP: $60,000

On Sale: Early-2023

6. Chevrolet Bolt EUV

The much-awaited big brother to the Chevy Bolt will be out this year offering SUV adventure on a Bolt chassis. Chevrolet says the Bolt EUV will include Super Cruise, the hands-free driver assistance technology previously available only on certain Cadillac models. Range on a charge is estimated to be over 270 miles.

Starting MSRP: $40,000

On Sale: Late-2021

7. Ford F-150 Lightening

America’s best-selling pickup will soon be available as an all-electric truck. The F-150 Lightening comes with all-wheel drive standard and impressive towing ability. There’s an electric motor at each axle and range will be over 300 miles. Ford may offer the truck in both two-door and Super Cab four-door configurations.

Starting MSRP: $75,000

On Sale: Late-2022

8. Ford Mustang Mach-E

Available in rear-wheel and all-wheel drive, the new all-electric Mustang Mach-E is a crossover hatchback with a 300-mile range. It comes in several trim levels including the GT version that will take you from zero to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. Ford’s new Sync 4-A tailors your driving experience with one-touch shortcuts.

Starting MSRP: $42,895

On Sale: Reserve yours now

9. GMC Hummer EV

The gas-guzzling Hummer of old has been transformed into a mighty electric wonder with three-motors, 1,000 horsepower and 11,500 pound-feet of torque. The luxury SUV has a range of 350 miles and can charge 100 miles in 10 minutes. In “Crab Mode” it can drive diagonally and “Super Cruise Mode” gives you hands-free driving.

Starting MSRP: $112,595

On Sale: Reserve yours now

10. Lucid Air

Billed as the ultimate luxury electric car, the Lucid Air will arrive as a 1,080-horsepower sedan with a $170,000 price tag. Less powerful versions will include 800-hp and 480-hp variants. Lucid predicts a range of over 400 miles with a proprietary charging system that can charge 300 miles of range in 20 minutes.

Starting MSRP: $69,900 (480-hp version)

On Sale: Reserve yours now

11. Mercedes-Benz EQC

The new Mercedes EQC is basically an all-electric version of the GLC SUV. It’s less expensive than the Audi E-Tron and roomier than Jaguar’s I-Pace. The EQC will have 402 horsepower and a range of over 250 miles. Mercedes says it will go zero to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds. As of now, the EQC is only available in Europe.

Starting MSRP: $68,895

On Sale: Late-2022

12. Nissan Ariya

The new Ariya crossover will be available in both front-wheel and all-wheel-drive versions. A 63.0-kWh battery is standard but when equipped with a long-range 87.0-kWh battery the Ariya has a range of 300 miles. ProPilot 2.0 driver assist features will offer hands-free driving with guided lane changes.

Starting MSRP: $40,000

On Sale: Late-2021

13. Polestar 2

Volvo’s first fully electric car, the Polestar 2 is a five-door fastback that features all-wheel drive. Two electric motors produce 402 horsepower and 487 pound-feet of torque. Range is said to be 233 miles on a charge and zero to 60 mph can be achieved in less than 5 seconds. It pairs with your phone for preferred apps.

Starting MSRP: $59,900

On Sale: Reserve yours now

14. Porsche Macan EV

The popular Macan crossover is going electric. It utilizes a platform developed by Audi and Porsche for the Volkswagen Group’s premium EVs and will be available in single or dual motor versions. The 800-volt Premium Platform Electric architecture will afford incredible performance and a 300-mile range.

Starting MSRP: $65,000

On Sale: Mid-2022

15. Rivian R1T and R1S

Rivian’s amazing R1T is an all-electric luxury pickup truck with a 400-mile range. It boasts 750 horsepower and 11,000 pounds of towing capacity. It has a “Tank Turn” mode for quick turning radius and a zero to 60 mph time of just over 3 seconds. The R1S is Rivian’s three-row SUV version, due out this August.

Starting MSRP: $75,000 (Launch version)

On Sale: Mid-2021 (R1T)

16. Volkswagen ID.4

The exciting new ID.4 compact SUV will offer a 250 mile range and will initially come with a 201 horsepower motor and rear-wheel drive. A 302-horsepower version with two motors and all-wheel drive will be available in 2022. Volkswagen will offer three years of free fast charging through the Electrify America network.

Starting MSRP: $39,995

On Sale: Reserve yours now