Estimated cost: $63,000
The up and coming Polestar 2 will is expected to be an all-electric premium four-door sedan that will likely compete with the Tesla Model 3. Reaching 275 miles with an in-floor 78-kW-hr battery, the motors provide a combined output of 400 hp and 487 lb-ft of torque.
There is even an option for a “vegan” interior. The infotainment system runs on Google automotive systems that anticipate the user’s needs. Now that’s the future.
Estimated cost: $35,000
Finally, a Volkswagen geared to the American market (they haven't always too enthusiastic about hatchbacks.) This will be the first SUV to be released from its all-electric MEB-platform vehicles. The MEB design is inspired by the now-recognizable skateboard platform.
The GTX version will be available in both two motors and an all-wheel drive. The top-end models are also expected to reach 300 miles.
The XC40 Recharge marks the debut of Volvo's first-ever all-electric powertrain. The Recharge combines Volvo's Compact Modular Architecture with the XC40. Expect to find a liquid-cooled 78-kW-hr battery pack beneath the floor and a motor on each axle.
Like with all new Volvos, top speed will be limited to 112 mph.
Estimated cost: $37,499
Henrik Fisker, the designer, and creator for BMW and Aston Martin is back with an eco-friendly, five-passenger EV crossover called the Ocean. This model has it all; 300 miles of range, base 2WD, battery capacity over 80 kW-hr, a 16-inch touchscreen.
Then there are the fun features. A multilink rear suspension, a roll-down hatch window, and even a karaoke display. The Ocean is also built out of recycled materials that have been retrieved from the ocean!
Estimated cost: $75,000
This electric midsize crossover with a wide stance, long wheelbase, low roof, and 23-inch wheels looks pretty darn impressive. Cadillac will say goodbye to the traditional grille and will replace it with a new pattern and the iconic crest between the headlights.
The car will be Cadillac's first true EV(electric vehicle) with GM's BEV3 dedicated electric vehicle structure and Ultium fast-charging batteries. Sadly we will have to wait for 2022 for this one.