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10 Electric 7-Seater SUVs and 3-Row Passenger Vehicles That Already Exist

Published on 28 Feb 2019 / In Other

Either the planet is getting overcrowded or our families are becoming closer knit, but it is obvious that the numbers of large 7-seaters are on the rise. The same trend goes for electrified models, which are trying to catch up with the gasoline counterparts and satisfy the needs of the modern drivers. In this episode of Automotive Territory, we will present to you 3-row SUVs and MPVs with electric motors that can transport your crowd of 7.

Other #AutomotiveTerritory episodes you may find useful:

Best sport utility vehicles that can seat up to 8 passengers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hEBp_GT-zU

New and upcoming crossovers in 2019: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kiz-KDkomR4

All of the vehicles mentioned in this #ATelectriccars video:

Tesla Model S: tesla.com/models

Do not be surprised to find Model S in the lineup of three-row SUVs. Due to the clever placement of two additional seats in the trunk of this liftback, the occupant capacity is increased to 7, but of course only the smallest passengers will fit in that tight spot.

Tesla Model X: tesla.com/modelx

When talking about electric SUVs, Tesla Model X is probably the first EV to come to mind of any driver. Though, it hasn’t been significantly updated since 2016, the 7-seater still remains a cutting edge piece of machinery.

NIO ES8: nio.io/es8?noredirect=

NIO ES8 is the second model released by the Chinese company NIO after its hypercar EP9. In has gone into production in 2018 and is available on the Chinese market in two modifications as a 6 or a 7-seater.

Lincoln Aviator: lincoln.com/luxury-suvs/aviator/2020

The all-new family SUV Lincoln Aviator will be one of the first models from the new generation of electrified vehicles produced by Ford Motor company.

Volvo XC90 T8 PHEV: volvocars.com/us/cars/new-models/xc90

2019 Volvo XC90 T8 PHEV comes standard with a 7-seat layout featuring the first class level of comfort, roomy rear seating, leather decorated salon and high-tech infotainment system. The car is available in three trim levels, Momentum, R-Design, and Inscription, with a starting price of $66,300.

Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid: chrysler.com/pacifica/hybrid.html

2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid offers spacious seating for 7 people and 140.5 cubic feet of maximum cargo capacity, same as its gasoline sibling. It has a PHEV powertrain that consists of a 3.6L V6 engine, 2 electric motors and a 16kWh battery.

Nissan Combi E-NV200: nissan.co.uk/vehicles/new-vehicles/e-nv200-combi.html

The 2019 Nissan Combi E-NV200 can fit up to 7 people, has foldable rear seats and a maximum cargo capacity of 104 cu ft. It also utilizes a 109 horsepower electric motor paired with a new higher capacity 40 kWh battery that is good for 124 miles of combined range.

Mercedes Benz GLE: media.daimler.com/marsMediaSite/en/instance/ko.xhtml?oid=41193428&relId=1001&resultInfoTypeId=173

The Mercedes-Benz GLE, is the is the best-selling family mid-size crossover SUV from Mercedes and in the upcoming year it is receiving a couple of significant updates. First of all, for the first time the model will be offered in the 7-seater layout

GAC Entranze Concept: gac-motor.com/Home/News/content/id/52.html

GAC Entranze Concept previews the first automobile from the Chinese automaker for the American market. It is an all-electric hybrid between an SUV and a minivan that seats 7 people and is designed to deliver the ultimate “road-trip” experience.

Lexus RX 450hL: lexus.com/models/RX-hybrid

Toyota along with its corporate sibling, Lexus, are stubbornly sticking to the mild hybrid systems, which still deserve to exist due to the improved fuel economy. One of such hybridized models is the best-selling Lexus RX, which received in 2018 the 7-seater layout in the form of the L modification.

Rivian R1S: products.rivian.com

2020 Rivian R1S is the first SUv model from the American startup Rivian. It is already available for pre-order, featuring 7-seater layout and ultimate all-terrain capabilities.

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