10 Anticipated Electric Vehicles with Groundbreaking Tech: Cars and Trucks of 2020
As it was expected the 2019 is turning out to be the year when many promised electric vehicles are being delivered to the market. But while some EV makers are busy with production and logistics, others are still at the drawing boards working on the new designs and refining prototypes. In this episode we present to you volume two of the upcoming electric vehicles expected to arrive in the nearest future.
Other great videos previously released on #AutomotiveTerritory:
New EVs scheduled to be released in 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C03ZOF3hwVg
Electric sedans that we wish were produced: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lh2xKZe97TM
All of the vehicles featured in this #ATelectriccars episode:
GAC Motor Entranze Concept: gac-motor.com/Home/News/content/id/52.html
Entranze is a new fully-electric concept from GAC Motor that was developed by the company’s design studio in CA. The model showcases sleek bullet-shaped exterior, sliding glass doors, and a new interior that is made using 90% sustainable materials.
Infiniti QX Inspiration Concept: infinitiusa.com/infiniti-now/blog/qx-inspiration.html
Infiniti QX Inspiration Concept is the first fully-electric SUV concept from the brand that previews an actual production mid-size SUV and debuts a new modular platform and design language of Infinity’s future vehicles.
Nissan IMS Sedan EV: nissannews.com/en-US/nissan/usa/releases/nissan-ims-ev-sports-sedan-concept-makes-world-debut-at-2019-north-american-international-auto-show
Nissan IM Sedan EV is a new concept of an electric sports sedan that was unveiled at the 2019 North American International Auto Show. The new EV features dual electric motors with all-wheel drive and a fast charge 115kWh battery.
Freightliner E-Cascadia: daimler.com/sustainability/vehicles/climate-protection/ecascadia.html
eCascadia is a fully electric semi-truck that is manufactured under Freightliner, a sub-brand of Daimler Trucks. It has a 550kW battery and can travel up to 250 miles on a charge. The heavy-duty truck is scheduled for production in 2021.
Mercedes-Benz Vision Urbanetic: mercedes-benz.com/en/mercedes-benz/vehicles/transporter/vision-urbanetic-the-mobility-of-the-future
Mercedes-Benz Urbanetic is a unique autonomous all-electric transportation solution designed for both cargo and passenger hauling.
Audi PB18 e-Tron: audi.com/en/experience-audi/models-and-technology/concept-cars/audi-pb18-e-tron.html
Tesla Roadster will not be the only electric supercar arriving in 2020. The Audi PB18 e-Tron has been confirmed for limited edition production as well.
Honda Urban EV Concept: honda.co.uk/cars/new/coming-soon/urban-ev/overview.html
Do you remember the gorgeous retro concept Urban EV presented by Honda back in the day? Good news is that it has been green lit for production and will be actually arriving to the market in 2019.
Tesla Roadster: tesla.com/roadster
Disregarding the supercar price tag that the new Tesla carries, it is still the most anticipated electric vehicle of the year 2020. The model is expected to undercut performance brands, the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren and Porsche.
Mini Electric: press.bmwgroup.com/united-kingdom/article/detail/T0273884EN_GB/the-mini-electric-concept?language=en_GB
The release of the production version of the three-door hatchback based on the Mini electric concept is scheduled for August 2019 when this brand will be celebrating its 60th anniversary.
VERA - Volvo Electric Autonomous Truck: volvotrucks.com/en-en/about-us/automation/vera.html
All of factors indicate that in the future both local and long distance transportation volumes will be inevitably going up. To meet the rising demand, Volvo trucks is determined to bring to the world one of the first fully autonomous tractors called VERA.
BMW 7-Series Plug-in Hybrid: bmw.com/en/index.html
Before we see all new cars going fully electric, the automotive world will go through a period of plugin hybrids domination. That is why the recently released new generation of the BMW 7-Series right at the launch is offered in a PHEV modification offered in three variants 745e, 745 LE and 745Le xDrive.