A variety of electric vehicles intended for production debuted at LA Auto Show, drive the track from a retro mini-sport to a high-performance sports car and a pickup car from a company you have
Kia Soul EV: Kia introduced third-generation US’s best-selling subcompact SUV, which will feature a long battery-powered version that will compete with Chevy Volts and Nissan Leaf, not to mention Kia’s own Niro EV, with which it shares a propulsion unit. Kia has not yet said how far you can drive between fees, but Niro can go 239 miles before you have to connect it.
Rivian R1T and R1s: Startup American automaker Rivian plans to use the same power platform to build a series of high-end pickups and SUVs. It says they will go as far as 400 miles and be able to accelerate to 100 mph in 7 seconds while offering serious off-road opportunities. Prices are estimated to start at $ 69,000.
2021 Audi E-Tron GT Concept: Audi launches an electric SUV next year, and will follow it up before 2021 with this great sports sedan. According to Audi, it will have 590 hp and be able to beat 60 mph for 3.4 seconds. The area is estimated to be around 250 miles, and it can be loaded to 80 percent in just 20 minutes with the fast-loading technology it shares with the sister company Porsche.
2022 VW I.D. Buzz Cargo: Volkswagen invests $ 50 billion in futuristic automobile and electric cars, and one of them will be very retro. I.D. Buzz Cargo is inspired by the classic Microbus, but is designed to drive over 300 miles on the battery.