Every year is another step in to the future. For us and for our cars. The technology is evolving and we must step in to the unknown. We can’t see everything but we can see what the year 2021 is holding up for us in the field of electric cars.
It has become easier to buy an electric car than a regular one, but also its much more smarter and more efficient.
The electric effect is now in full force, with established brands committing to offering a wider range of pure electric cars in the future, while those who depend heavily on diesel are seeing sales falter – with a deadline of 2035 in regions like the UK to halt sales in combustion cars.
2021 will see scores of new entrants from the big brands.
We present you the 3 most expected electric cars in the following year.
GMC Hummer EV SUT
In one of the most unlikely turnarounds in automotive history, Hummer — the brand known for militaristic, gas-guzzling SUVs, gone since 2010 — is back. In its next incarnation, Hummer, now a nameplate under GMC, will go all electric, with a powerful pair of green vehicles: one SUV, one pickup truck, either offered with up to three motors, up to 1,000 horsepower, and a range of up to 400 miles. Removable roof panels, quick charging, and off-road capabilities should make for a compelling package. And for those still on the fence, maybe pitchman LeBron James will help to seal the deal. The new Hummers will be announced later, and should hit production next year.
Audi Q4 e-tron
Audi unveiled two versions of the Q4 concept – the e-tron and the Sportback. It’s very much following the lead of the original e-tron model, offering two styles of electric SUV in smaller sizes than the existing model. That will expand the range towards Q5 size. A range of 279 miles is claimed from an 82kWh battery for the Quattro models, a rear-wheel drive only model should hit 310 miles. We’re expecting to see more of the Q4 e-tron later in 2020, with the Sportback due in 2021 – and already spotted in camouflage out testing.
The BMW i4 is due for launch in 2020 and will sit on the same fifth-gen eDrive system as the BMW i3X and the iX. The model is what might expect from a BMW Gran Coupe, but with massive teeth and the details of the eDrive system have already been confirmed. They have expensive tires for a reason, and before buying a car you should be informed.
There will be an 80kWh battery that will charge at 150kW and give a range up to 370 miles. The motors will produce 530bhp, giving a 0-62mph time of 4 seconds and a top speed of 125mph. It looks and sounds exactly what you want your mid-range BMW saloon to produce. It will be on the roads in 2021 – but there’s also been a tease of an M Performance model.
We are for sure expecting more and more of these supreme models.
These are the cars of the future, which one will you choose?