10 Newest Electric Cars that Show the Latest Advancements of EV Industry
Published on Apr 13, 2019
Let’s be honest, for the first time in the history of automaking we could say that the number of new electric cars that are expected to come out during one model year is quite high. American, European and Asian manufacturers are all rolling out new models, which are becoming closer to the ordinary drivers.
But it’s not over, we have great news for you that the family of EVs is expected to keep growing and today we will present to you a batch of the latest electric news, innovations and exciting upcoming models.
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Peugeot e208: int-media.peugeot.com/en/new-peugeot-208-n-futuristic-young
2020 Peugeot e208 is the first all-electric car from Peugeout that sits on a new generation Common Modular Platform from the PSA Group and is powered by a 100kW electric motor and 50kWh battery. It was announced to hit the market in the fall 2019 along with its ICE sibling.
Pininfarina Battista: pininfarina.com/en/automobili_pininfarina_pf0/automobili_pininfarina_pf0.htm
2019 Pininfarina Battista is an all-electric hypercar that is expected to become one of the fastest cars in the world with 0-62 time standing under 2 seconds and a top speed of 217 mph.
Fiat Centoventi Concept: fiat.com/fiat-concept-centoventi
2019 Fiat Centoventi Concept presents a revolutionary outlook on what an automobile is. The car gets a fully electric drivetrain and up to 5 underfloor batteries that do not affect the model’s aerodynamics. One battery offers up to 62 miles of range, and depending on your driving needs, you can purchase or lease additional ones at any time.
Mercedes-Benz EQV Concept: mercedes-benz.com/en/mercedes-benz/vehicles/passenger-cars/v-class/concept-eqv
The portfolio of Mercedes electric vehicles is expending with noticeable pace across all classes. One of the latest examples of the EV progress is the Mercedes Benz EQV electric van concept, which resembles like a production ready prototype.
GFG Style Kangaroo: gfgstyle.it/29_01_Kangaroo.html
2019 GFG Style Kangaroo is a “hyper-SUV” powered by a 90hW battery and two motors that net the total output of 483 hp and 501 lb-ft of torque.
Citroen Ami One Concept: int-media.citroen.com/en/ami-one-concept-citro%C3%ABn-unveils-its-own-vision-urban-mobility-accessible-everyone
The Citroen is joining the ranks of the one hundred year old automakers in 2019 and to commemorate the occasion multiple concept vehicles that will represent the future of the brand have been released. One of such newcomers is the Ami One.
SEAT Minimo: seat.com/company/news/cars/seat-minimo-mwc.html
With the growing city populations and ever-increasing numbers of vehicles on the roads, a personal car slowly becomes a burden. For this reason it is understandable why some manufacturers are investing in compact urban mobility initiatives, the likes of SEAT Minimo.
Seat El-Born: seat-mediacenter.com/newspage/allnews/modelrange/2019/SEAT-el-Born-plugged-into-electric-mobility.html
2020 Seat El-Born is a compact hatchback and the first fully electric production Seat. It is built on Volkswagen’s modular MEB platform and is expected to hit the market by 2020.
Italdesign DaVinci: italdesign.it/project/davinci/
2019 Italdesign DaVinci is slightly reminiscent of the brand’s previous creations for BMW and Lotus, but actually, its design is 100 % original. It is also all-electric, featuring twin e-motors and a floor-mounted battery.
Aston Martin Lagonda All-Terrain Concept: media.astonmartin.com/lagonda-all-terrain-concept-to-make-global-debut-at-geneva
2019 Aston Martin Lagonda All-Terrain Concept is a stretched-out SUV inspired by the 2018. Vision limousine-like concept. It is fully autonomous and electric, sitting on a skateboard vehicle platform fitted with two electric motors, a battery spread out under floor, and an AWD.
Volkswagen I.D. Buggy: media.vw.com/releases/1120
Among the barrage of new EVs and promising concepts that have recently been unveiled, we would like to highlight the odd ball which is the VW I.D. Buggy. It is based on the iconic Beetle beach buggies of the 1960s and 70s.