Upcoming electric vehicles arriving in 2025-2026

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By Car Brand Experts


Previously, we introduced cars like the Acura ZDX, Honda Prologue, and Chevrolet Equinox EV. We’ve tested them, but now it’s time to give you a sneak peek at vehicles that are currently in development and have not yet been test driven.

These vehicles expected in the upcoming model years signify the next generation: Those that were planned before the $7,500 tax incentives and the slowdown in electric vehicle sales affected the market in the past year. This represents a new lineup of vehicles set to surpass their predecessors. Which ones will succeed, and which ones will fall short? We are equally excited to discover the outcome as you are.

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Audi A6 E-Tron

The A6 E-Tron, a luxurious midsize sedan, will directly compete with the aging Tesla Model S, available in both single- and dual-motor variants. Equipped with a 100 kwh battery, it promises a range exceeding 300 miles, and its 800-volt technology ensures rapid charging.

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Audi Q6 E-Tron

The Q6 E-Tron, Audi’s midsize SUV, features a 94.4 kwh battery pack (usable). It is equipped with dual motors – 140 kw in the front and 280 kw in the rear, providing a total output of 422 hp. The “boost” mode can deliver up to 456 hp. The SQ6 E-Tron model consumes more battery power to deliver 510 hp to all four wheels, achieving a 0-60 mph sprint in 4.2 seconds. An upcoming RS Q6 E-Tron is also in the works.

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Cadillac Escalade IQ

Being part of the GM Ultium vehicle lineup including the Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra EVs, and the Cadillac Lyriq, the spacious Escalade IQ SUV offers a range of up to 450 miles. It is equipped with a battery pack larger than 200 kwh, a massive 55.0-inch wide interior screen, and will be priced at around $130,000 when it starts production at GM’s Factory Zero.

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Cadillac Optiq

The compact Cadillac EV SUV is set to debut this year at a price of approximately $54,000, offering a range of about 300 miles. It might be eligible for the $7,500 EV tax credit, making its price competitive with the gas-powered XT5.

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Cadillac Vistiq

An expanded version of the Optiq, the Vistiq, is expected to arrive in late 2024. It will fit between the Lyriq and the Escalade IQ, sharing the same platform as the other large GM Ultium vehicles.

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Dodge Charger Daytona EV

The focus here is on bursts of battery power and innovative sound systems. The Dodge Charger Daytona EV will be powered by a large battery pack and individual electric motors at each end, resulting in standard all-wheel drive. This year, the R/T and Scat Pack models will receive a PowerShot feature, providing a 15-second boost of an additional 40 hp, activated by a button on the steering wheel. This enhancement allows it to accelerate to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds. The PowerShot-equipped Scat Pack variant generates 670 hp and achieves a 0-60 mph time of 3.3 seconds. Dodge is still finalizing the sound profile for the Fratzonic system. There is also some uncertainty regarding the EV aspect, as some new Chargers may be offered with a turbo-6 engine.

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Genesis GV90 and HyundaiHyundai Ioniq 7

Hyundai and Genesis are preparing to launch large electric SUVs. Both will have some shared history with the impressive Kia EV9. The Kia EV9 offers a choice between a 76.1-kwh battery with rear-wheel drive and a 99.8-kwh battery with rear- or all-wheel drive. The top range for the EV9 is 304 miles. More details will be revealed soon, with both vehicles expected to hit the market by mid-2025.

2024 GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1
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2024 GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1

GMC Sierra EV

The upcoming Chevy Silverado EV sibling, the GMC Sierra EV, will be priced starting at around $100,000. It will introduce features like CrabWalk diagonal steering, a large touchscreen, digital displays, Super Cruise, and an expected maximum EPA range exceeding 440 miles.

 

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Jeep Wagoneer S

The upcoming Jeep Wagoneer S is an electric SUV with a powerful battery pack installed beneath its chassis. It delivers 600 hp and 617 lb-ft of torque, enabling a swift 0-60 mph acceleration in 3.4 seconds. Jeep has assured that the EPA range will surpass 300 miles. Additionally, a range-extended Wagoneer S will also be offered.

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JLR Range Rover EV

The upcoming Range Rover Electric is set to debut later this year. It will retain the current Range Rover’s body structure but with  an advanced 800-volt electrical system, DC fast-charging capabilities, and support for over-the-air updates.

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Mini Countryman

Mini’s upcoming electric entry, the Countryman Electric, is expected to debut in the U.S. later this year. It may feature a single motor producing 204 hp or a dual-motor configuration delivering 313 hp with all-wheel drive. Range estimates suggest it won’t surpass 250 miles.

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Porsche Macan EV

The Macan EV shares some design elements with the Audi Q6 E-Tron. All variants will come equipped with two motors and an all-wheel-drive system. Power outputs will range from 382 hp to 630 hp, with 0-60 mph times varying between 4.9 and 3.1 seconds for the Macan Turbo EV. Porsche has decided not to offer a one-pedal driving mode.

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Ram 1500 REV

Stellantis’ electric large-EV platform finds its way into the Ram 1500 REV pickup variant. It offers a choice of a 229-kwh battery with a potential range of up to 500 miles and a 168-kwh battery providing an estimated 350 miles of range. Towing capacity is expected to reach up to 14,000 pounds—higher than the 10,000-pound ratings of competitors like the Ford F-150 Lightning and Chevrolet Silverado EV.

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Volkswagen ID.Buzz

Volkswagen’s long-awaited successor to the Microbus, the ID.Buzz, is finally set to debut this fall. It will feature an extended wheelbase and a larger battery pack compared to earlier European versions. The size of Tesla’s Model X, the ID.Buzz is expected to be priced above $50,000.

2025 Volvo EX30 electric SUV (dual-motor, Vapor Grey)
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2025 Volvo EX30 electric SUV (dual-motor, Vapor Grey)

Volvo EX30

This year’s expected compact hatchback EV from Volvo, the EX30, has faced delays due to new tariffs on vehicles sourced from China. Production is now slated to begin in Belgium at the start of 2025.

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Volvo EX90

Volvo will launch the EX90 this summer. Priced at $77,990, this seven-seater model may be eligible for federal tax incentives. Standard features include dual-motor all-wheel drive, delivering up to 496 hp and achieving 0-60 mph times ranging from 4.7 to 5.7 seconds. High-end models will offer an air suspension, front seat massage function, a wool-blend interior, and a 25-speaker Bowers & Wilkins surround sound system.

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