Electric Vehicles to Expect in 2021-2023

Electric Vehicles to Expect in 2021-2023

The world should expect some exciting electric vehicles models reportedly scheduled for release at the end of 2021 to 2023. Yes, while these EVs are not yet on sale, they are in various stages, ranging from concept to the actual production. Indeed, in the past few decades, multiple automakers have added more EVs to their regular lineup. It seems that everyone is working on e- vehicles these days. Leading the way are the famous, well-known, well-established manufacturers. But some new names are coming over to try their hand in this field. Among these are Lordstown, Rivian, and Byton. Here are a few models that car-lovers can expect soon:

Aspark Owl (In photo and expected: 2021): Aspark Owl is considered to be the first hypercar of what the famous Japanese EV maker says will be a high-dollar lineup of cars. The Aspark Owl is well-known for producing the 1984 horsepower from 4 electric motors. The manufacturer claims this is a peculiar torque-vectoring system. The 64.0-kWh lithium-ion battery pack that the new car promises to deliver 280 miles of driving range. The car manufacturer claims the Owl can do a top speed of 249 mph, but the cost is colossal. The Aspark Owl will cost approximately $3.2 million. The manufacturer says they'll limit the initial production to 50 units worldwide; deliveries are set to begin in late 2021.

Audi A6 e-Tron (Expected: 2022): For the time being, the Audi A6 e-Tron is said to be a concept. Regardless, the manufacturer says it's super close to realizing what the production car will actually look like. The Audi A6 e-Tron concept is primarily based on the scalable Premium Platform Electric (PPE) architecture. Thus, the model can be lengthened, lifted, and widened to fit various fancy EV models. The car will be sold alongside the A6- a gas-powered model. The Audi A6 e-Tron is likely to be the first PPE EV to underpin the future electric audis. The concept of the Audi A6 e-Tron is meant to use twin electric motors with a total output of 469 horsepower. Since all PPE cars come with an 800-volt charging capability, the big sedan could do up to 400 miles on a single charge.

BMW i4 (Expected: Late 2021): The BMW iX is expected to go on sale in early 2022. European car lovers will have the first opportunity to buy the car. The BMW iX is expected to become the flagship BMW electric vehicle. The powerful vehicle will have a combined output of 516 horsepower. It will have 300 miles of range. The BMW manufacturer says the car will support DC fast charging to a maximum of 200 kW. The BMW iX is about the same size as the current X5; the initial cost is $84,194, complete with a standard all-wheel drive.

Bollinger B1 (Expected: 2022): The Bollinger B1 is the product of a Michigan-based startup. The new car is a typical utilitarian-looking high-end vehicle. The vehicle is expected to go out on sale in 2021; the starting price is about $125,000. The Bollinger B1 is targeted at those who're prepared to add lots of captions to an already high-end SUV or truck. Interestingly, both the SUV and truck are said to offer 614 horsepower and 668 pound-feet of torque. They have a 4.5-second zero to 60mph time. Further, the Bollinger B2 model is also expected in 2022. The model comes with a foldable-removable body panel, a Jeep Gladiator style, and locking differentials. It also comes with disconnecting sway bars from the front to the rear and 20 inches of ground clearance to complete its off-road credentials. And things get even more interesting: The B2 features front and rear tailgates, a hydropneumatic suspension, geared axle hubs, and the capacity to carry 16-foot pieces of lumber while the tailgate is closed. The Bollinger B2 will set you back $125,000. The manufacturer is already taking deposits and will soon announce the 2022 on-sale date.

Byton M-Byte Concept (Expected: Mid-2021): Byton's M-Byte and K-Byte, a crossover and a sedan, were both exhibited at the CES technology show. These are the leading edge of what's expected to be a flood of electric vehicles from the famous Chinese startup. Interestingly, the startup has only been around since 2016. Once again, European car enthusiasts will have the first opportunity to buy them. The M-Byte's starting price is estimated at about $45,000 (US price). The M-Byte comes with a 72.0 kWh battery; it's a 272-hp rear-wheel-drive model. It comes in two versions (a rear-wheel-drive model and a 408-hp all-wheel-drive model).