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Upcoming Electric Vehicles: Your 2024 EV Choices And Beyond

Image showcasing attendees looking at the features of a Volvo EX30 for the first time at Electrify Expo in New York

When choosing a 2024 EV, many EV buyers wonder if they should buy a hybrid or battery electric vehicle (BEV). Those who aren’t concerned about range anxiety often choose BEV. Many early EV adopters are now enjoying the long-term savings that an EV offers over gas-powered vehicles.



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Alfa Romeo Giulia EV

Stellantis

Alfa Romeo will transform the gas-powered Giulia into an electric car by 2025. The base model will have around 350 horsepower, the Veloce version will offer about 800 horsepower, and the top Quadrifoglio model is expected to exceed 1000 horsepower. The new Giulia will utilize Stellantis Group’s STLA Large platform, featuring rapid 800-volt charging and a range of up to 500 miles.


Cadillac Celestiq

Cadillac

Cadillac is planning to introduce the Celestiq, a high-end EV that will be handcrafted and cost over $300,000. While it’s out of reach for most, Cadillac envisions it as an aspirational vehicle for the wealthy elite, offering unique customization options. The success of the Celestiq will determine if Cadillac can compete with luxury brands like Bentley and Rolls-Royce. The car is expected to hit the streets in affluent American communities around early 2024.


Chevy Bolt EV

General Motors

The 2023 models of the Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV will be the last, with production ending in December 2023. GM plans to release a new generation of the Chevy Bolt EV in 2025, based on the existing Bolt EUV, to save money and bring the product to market faster. This new model will also use LFP battery cells, a first for GM’s Ultium platform in North America. The manufacturing location might shift to the GM Fairfax plant in Kansas. Currently, you can get a good deal on the current models, starting at around $20,000 after a $7,500 tax credit.


Nissan Leaf

Nissan

The Leaf was one of the first mass-produced EVs beginning in 2010 and is still available. It is a compact electric hatchback offered in base S and SV Plus trims for 2024. It’s famous for its low price. It will no longer be available in the U.S. after 2025 but has found new life and transformation in Europe.


Polestar 5

Polestar

Polestar is set to release a new GT sedan called the Polestar 5, in addition to their upcoming crossover models. The Polestar 5 is expected to offer high-performance with 884 horsepower, a spacious interior, and excellent handling due to its aluminum chassis. It will compete with luxury electric sedans from Porsche and Tesla, featuring a distinctive design to set it apart from Tesla imitators.


Tesla Model 3

Tesla

The 4-door Tesla Model 3 is a best-seller. It offers an estimated 333-mile range. It includes a 50-82 kWh 350 V lithium-ion battery. The 2023 model has three trim levels: base, long-range, and performance.


Tesla Model S Sedan

Tesla

Tesla’s Model S sedan is a popular choice, with a liftback body style. It offers an estimated 396-mile range, goes 0-60 mph in 1.99 seconds, and provides a top speed of 200 mph.


Volkswagen ID.7

Volkswagen

Volkswagen is expanding its electric vehicle lineup with the ID.7 sedan, set to compete with the Tesla Model 3. It features a 77-kWh battery, 282 hp electric motor, spacious interior, and an efficient design. While a dual-motor version is expected later, the single-motor model is already in production and will first be sold in Europe and China. The ID.7 aims to provide a compelling option in a segment dominated by Tesla, making it an attractive choice for electric vehicle enthusiasts and family sedan shoppers when it becomes available next year.


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Acura ZDX

Acura

Acura has launched its first-ever all-electric SUVs, the 2024 Acura ZDX and ZDX Type S, in Canada. These vehicles combine stylish design, advanced technology, and a thrilling driving experience. The ZDX offers Google integration for connectivity, a high-end Bang & Olufsen audio system, and a luxurious interior. The ZDX Type S takes performance to a new level with 500 horsepower and adaptive features. Acura also provides convenient charging solutions for ZDX owners through home charging and access to nationwide charging stations via the Acura App in Canada.


Buick Electra E5

Buick

Buick is set to introduce an electric midsize crossover called the Electra E5, based on GM’s Ultium platform. It will share features with the Cadillac Lyriq, offering 340 hp, 325 lb-ft of torque, and a 102 kWh battery for over 300 miles of range with balanced weight distribution. This affordable yet luxurious electric vehicle will be Buick’s first electric offering and is worth considering as GM’s Ultium platform expands into different price ranges, providing an alternative to the Cadillac Lyriq.


Chevrolet Blazer EV

Chevrolet

The Chevy Blazer EV SUV is an all-electric update to the popular gas-powered model, available in 2023. It offers an SS model available in spring 2024, with an estimated range of up to 320 miles. Other trims include LT and RS.


Chevrolet Equinox EV

Chevrolet

The 2024 Chevrolet Equinox is a sporty, small SUV crossover with limited availability beginning in early 2024, with a full lineup available mid-2024. It offers 319 miles of electric range. It also includes an 8-yr./100,000-mi—battery limited warranty.


Fisker PEAR and Ocean

Fisker

Fisker expects its PEAR SUV to be available in July 2025. Available now, the Fisker Ocean is a promising electric SUV if you are willing to take a chance on a startup. Henrik Fisker founded Fisker Inc. in 2016 after founding Fisker Automotive in 2007, which produced the Fisker Karma.


Honda Prologue

Honda

Honda is entering the electric vehicle market with the Prologue, a crossover based on GM’s Ultium platform. It offers a unique design, a starting price below $50,000, a spacious interior, an 11.3-inch infotainment screen, and a range of at least 250 miles. Positioned between the Pilot and Passport in size, it’s a good option for Honda SUV owners looking to go electric. Acura will also release a version of the Prologue with additional features. Overall, the Prologue is an attractive choice for families considering an electric crossover.


Hyundai IONIQ 5 N

Hyundai

The only downside to Hyundai’s impressive IONIQ 5 is that it lacks a sporty feel. However, the upcoming IONIQ 5 N will address this issue by getting some tweaks for a more dynamic driving experience. It will also offer up to 641 horsepower when the right driving modes are selected, which is approximately twice as much as a typical sporty gasoline-powered hatchback.


Hyundai KONA

Hyundai

The all-electric 2023 Hyundai KONA offers 201 hp/150 kW and a range of 258 miles. Hyundai announced a ground-breaking partnership with Amazon. The partnership allows the company to sell its vehicles on the Amazon platform beginning in 2024.


Jeep Recon

Jeep

Jeep recently introduced its inaugural American electric SUV called the Recon. Although it’s not exactly an electric version of the Wrangler, it will share its rugged, boxy design and off-road capabilities, while maintaining a similar size. You can expect production to kick off in early 2024, and Jeep will start accepting reservations for it next year.


Kia EV9

Kia

The Kia EV9 is the next car they’re releasing on the E-GMP EV platform. It’s meant to be an electric version of the popular Telluride SUV. They’ve already shown what it will look like, and it will come with fast charging at 800 volts. Plus, it’s going to be priced at less than $60,000.


Kia Sorento Hybrid

Kia

The 2024 Kia Sorento Hybrid is an excellent choice in the EX and premium SX-P trims. Both trims share a 6-speed automatic transmission and a 1.6T Gas Direct Injection (GDI) I-4 / 44 Kw motor. It is a stylish three-row SUV.


MINI Countryman BEV

BMW

The 2025 MINI Countryman Electric was unveiled in Las Vegas recently. It offers 313 hp, 363 lb-ft torque, 0-60 in 5.6 seconds, and a range of 245 miles.


MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid ALL4

BMW

The MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid ALL4 is a compact crossover hybrid SUV with ALL4 all-wheel drive. It offers a hybrid drivetrain for increased gas savings and plug-in capability.


Polestar 3

Polestar

Polestar is releasing a new model called the Polestar 3, following the Polestar 1 and Polestar 2. It’s a crossover vehicle that can have either 517 horsepower with the performance pack or a range of up to 300 miles without it. The Polestar 3 is a key part of the brand’s big plan to increase sales by ten times. According to the latest information, we can expect to see the Polestar 3 in the second quarter of 2024.


Rivian R1S

Rivian

Rivian expects to release its R1S SUV in early 2024. The company is best known for its adventurous R1T EV truck.


Scout Electric SUV

Volkswagen

Volkswagen is bringing back the Scout name for a brand-new lineup of off-road SUVs. They’re planning to offer both an electric pickup truck and an SUV under the Scout name, with production starting in 2026. A VW executive hinted at the concept of something like Rivian “but at a $40,000 price point instead of $70,000,” which sounds like a great idea.


Tesla Model X

Tesla

The Tesla Model X SUV has been a best-seller among electric SUVs. With standard all-wheel drive (AWD), it offers the highest towing capacity of any electric SUV. The vehicle boasts 1,020 hp peak power and goes 0-60 in a fast 2.5 seconds.


Tesla Model Y

Tesla

Tesla’s Model Y crossover is the best-selling EV in the world. Its innovation has attracted buyers of all kinds. Configurations include base, long-range, and performance. The base range is 330 miles. It offers an impressive 76 cubic feet of cargo space.


Volvo EX30

Volvo

Volvo will release its smallest electric car, the EX30, in the summer of 2024, with the lowest carbon footprint of any Volvo model. It will come in two versions, one with a single motor and one with dual motors, offering good power and range. The interior will have a minimalist design with an eco-friendly material option. The car will also be affordable, making it accessible to a wider range of buyers.


Volvo EX90

Volvo

Volvo has revealed a new electric SUV called the EX90, based on the popular three-row XC90. It will come in various versions, offering almost 500 horsepower and a range of about 300 miles. Volvo plans to offer a well-equipped version for under $80,000, making it eligible for a federal tax credit. You can expect to see these SUVs on the roads in early 2024.


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Canoo Pickup

Canoo

Canoo is unveiling a new pickup truck with 500+ horsepower and a 200+ mile range. It’s smaller than most mid-size pickups, with preorders open and production starting in 2024.


Chevrolet Silverado EV

Chevrolet

Earlier this year, Chevy introduced the new Silverado EV. It closely resembles the older Avalanche model or a less powerful Hummer EV. The RST First Edition will hit the market with 664 horsepower, 780 lb-ft of torque, and a price of $105,000.


GMC Sierra EV

GMC

The GMC Sierra EV is GM’s third electric pickup truck, following the Hummer EV and Silverado EV. It offers advanced features like four-wheel steering for better maneuverability, similar to the Hummer’s CrabWalk, and a version of GM’s Super Cruise for towing. Initially, it’s available in the high-end Denali Edition 1 for $108,695, but more affordable options will be released in 2024 and 2025. It’s expected to have a range of 400 miles, with a price range of roughly $50,000 to $108,695.


Ram 1500 REV

Stellantis

Ram is coming into the EV pickup scene after the other major players, but their new Ram 1500 REV won’t be lacking. It’s set to deliver over 650 horsepower and aims for an impressive 500-mile range. Plus, it’ll maintain the familiar Ram 1500 look we all adore. Look out for it in the fourth quarter of 2024!


Ford F-150 Lightning All-Electric Pickup

Ford

The Ford Lightning is a popular choice, and can even power a home during a blackout for up to three days, using bidirectional charging with a package from solar company Sunrun. With the standard battery, it offers 452 horsepower. With an extended-range battery, it offers 580 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque. The F-150 Lightning has a range of up to 320 miles and can tow up to 10,000 pounds.


Rivian R1T Electric Pickup Truck

Rivian

As the top-selling electric pickup truck in Q3 2023, Rivian’s adventurous R1T is gaining attention. Rivian is an all-electric OEM startup. Rivian’s R1T is built especially for the off-road adventure experience, with the ability to tow up to 11,000 lbs. It offers a 0–60 mph time as quick as 3 seconds. Drive modes include All-Purpose for a smooth ride around town or All-Terrain for the trail.


Tesla Cybertruck

Image showcasing Tesla Cybertruck
Tesla

Do you want your truck to stand out and be a heavy-duty hauler and capable off-roader? Then, consider Tesla’s Cybertruck, released in November 2023, to worldwide attention. The truck experienced production delays for four years and several price increases. The Cybertruck offers a payload capacity of 2,500 pounds and an 11,000-pound towing capacity. It comes in three trims: Cyberbeast, All-Wheel Drive, and Rear-Wheel Drive.


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Volkswagen ID. Buzz

Volkswagen

The VW ID. Buzz is an extended electric minivan introduced in Europe in 2022. It has additional seating for six or seven people, power-sliding rear doors, a large sunroof, and comes with two powertrain options. The 2025 model will be available in the U.S. in 2024.


Volvo EM90

Volvo

Volvo is set to launch the electric minivan, Volvo EM90, which aims to redefine family-friendly electric vehicles. It features a luxurious interior, impressive performance, and a massive battery pack for a 500-mile range. Volvo is leveraging its parent company Geely’s platform to create this versatile vehicle. Volvo’s commitment to electrification is evident in its future plans, including a 7-seater model with a substantial range. The EM90 represents a promising future for family-friendly electric mobility.


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2 Responses

  1. Nissan Ariya. Is there a reason for it being omitted? Seems bazaar to me considering Nissan built the first mass produced EV that there is not even an honorable mention of the Nissan Ariya. So this article really missed the mark in my opinion considering there are many vehicles mentioned here may not even be sold in the US for 2024.

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