The rising atmospheric pollution puts pressure on the environmental regulatory authorities, government, and the automotive industry to do their bit. Therefore, we see a rise in the number of different types of new electric cars.
Big car makers are now taking an interest in making new electric vehicles to comply with the environmental regulations. It is already a challenge posed to many countries in the world. The strict carbon emission laws have left virtually no choice for car makers. They need to manufacture electric vehicles that drive on cleaner energy sources.
Upcoming New Electric Cars
Here are some of the upcoming new electric cars to expect in the future. Besides new entrants in the market, many luxury brands are taking a deep interest in electric vehicles. Thanks to Tesla’s over-enthusiastic drive to mass produce electric cars; the auto industry is catching up with the trend.
Mercedes Benz Generation EQ
The upcoming Mercedes Benz Generation EQ inspires in technology and amazes with it’s out of the world looks. EQ stands for Emotional Intelligence in the name of the Mercedes Benz Generation EQ. Mercedes has built a whole ecosystem of electric mobility around the vehicle. The front electric grill is taken over by lights since electrically driven vehicles do not need air intake. The vehicle will travel 310 miles on a single charge and can do 0 to 62 mph in under 5 seconds.
Audi A 9 Etron
The four-door vehicle will have over 300-mile range on a single charge. Besides the looks, Audi A 9 Etron will be equipped with self-driving technology. Audi plans to launch a four-wheel version, offering a saloon version. The vehicle will have three motors to drive it. One motor will drive the front wheels, while two separate motors will drive the two rear wheels. Audi A 9 Etron is already in production. The company plans to make the vehicle available for sale by 2020.
Porsche Mission E
Porsche, the maker of the world’s legendary sports cars, is also planning to launch the Porsche Mission E. Among new electric cars, Porsche Mission E vehicle creates a lot of interest among the sports car lovers. The vehicle will be able to reach 62 mph in 3.5 seconds. The vehicle will have two motors with low-lying lithium-ion batteries for better handling and stability. An unusual feature of the car is eye-tracking technology to move the cluster panel with the movement of the driver’s eyes.
Jaguar I-Pace SUV
Jaguar I-Pace SUV is also up for the challenge posed by the new electric cars. The car, as per the Jaguar USA site will be available by the second half of next year. The new electric vehicle will travel up to 500 kilometers on a single charge. The aerodynamically inspired design and all-wheel drive capabilities will enable the Jaguar I-Pace SUV to reach 60 mph in 4 seconds. Jaguar intends to use its high-tech lithium batteries to power the vehicle.