Posted on 07/13/22

12 Best Electric Cars For 2022 And Beyond

12 Best Electric Cars For 2022 And Beyond

Electric vehicles are gaining popularity with many people, including carmakers, auto enthusiasts, energy companies, and environmental organizations. Electric transportation is good for the environment and economy, but it also offers new innovations in automobile technology. This has people buzzing with excitement!

According to estimates, more than 4 million all-electric cars and 2.4 million hybrids sold in 2021. It is predicted that 6,000,000 hybrid and battery-electric vehicles will be shipped by 2022. 95% of these will be cars, while the rest will include buses, vans, and heavy trucks. According to a KPMG survey, EV growth appears steady. Most auto executives are eager to electrify transportation. They predict that more than half the U.S. car sales in 2030 will be electric vehicles.

The year ahead is shaping up to be a big year for electric cars with Tesla, Nissan, Hyundai and Rivian adding to their EV lineups. There are more sedans, trucks, and SUVs on the market than ever before. This makes it harder to choose the right one.

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These are 12 of our top picks for electric vehicles in 2022. They are not in any particular order. Here is a sneak peak at the amazing models that are yet to be released.

Hyundai Ioniq 5

This is Hyundai's first EV series and a brand new experience for drivers. This vehicle offers owners who are looking for an all electric SUV a great combination of style, comfort, practicality and convenience. The "universal island" is a new concept from the Korean automaker. It allows the passenger or driver to access the car from either side. You can park your car next to a brick wall, and then climb out of the passenger door. You can expect a range of up to 323 miles on a single battery charge, and a starting MSRP at $43,650.

Lucid Air

Early reviews of Lucid Air state that this sedan is stylish and can compete with luxury models like the Tesla Model S or the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. There will be a limited number of Lucid Air editions. According to the website, the Air Dream Edition will feature a 1,111-hp dual motor and a range up to 520 miles per battery. This makes it the first electric vehicle to provide more than 500 miles. Price: The price tag? $169,000. Base model will come with a unique charging system. It can add 300 miles to its range in just 20 minutes by using a DC fast charge. The estimated range of the base model is over 400 miles, and it starts at $95,000.

Rivian R1T

This California-based company has released an award-winning pickup truck in 2021. Now, the R1T is being introduced. This pickup truck is powered by four electric motors, which produce enough power to rival many sports cars. It can also tow a 11,000-pound trailer. It's a great vehicle for families and is ready to go on adventures. The truck has a range of approximately 316 miles on a single battery charge and up to 750 horsepower. It also comes with a $67,500 starting MSRP.

Mercedes-Benz EQS 450+

The EQS is the flagship vehicle in Mercedes' new EQ series of electric vehicles. It offers luxury and elegance for EV lovers. This high-tech sedan, which is equivalent to an S-Class, offers luxurious comfort and spacious interiors. It also features a huge 56-inch tri-display hyperscreen. Although it has many impressive features, the rear passengers are not as comfortable as other luxury EVs. The range is estimated at up to 350 miles, with a starting MSRP of $102,310.

Ford Lightning

The highly anticipated all-electric pickup was built for serious work and recreation. It is expected to become a zero tailpipe emission vehicle. The new connectivity and intelligent features make the vehicle both powerful and versatile. Ford Intelligent Backup Power, when connected to your home, can provide power for three days up to full charge. The F-150 Lightning can carry up to 2,000 pounds and tows 10,000 pounds. It also has great features like a foldaway gear selector, and deep reclining seats. The F-150 Lightning has an estimated range up to 300 miles, and a starting MSRP at $39,974.

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Hummer EV SUV

One would never have thought that GMC, a brand known for its chunky military-style vehicles, would launch an entirely electric vehicle. GMC will release the Hummer EV SUV this year. It aims to be green while maintaining its off-road capabilities and functional interior. The SUV will be powered by approximately 830 horsepower, 11,500 LBFT of torque, and the CrabWalk feature which allows all four wheels to turn in the same direction to a maximum 10-degree angle. The SUV's estimated range is over 300 miles, and its starting MSRP is $108,700.


The German automaker's latest electric innovation highlights the best in technology and performance. This dual-motor EV is classified as a Sports Activity Vehicle (r) or SAV. It has a maximum horsepower rating of 516 and can accelerate from 0-60 MPH in 4.4 seconds. It can also accommodate five people comfortably. The estimated range is 324 miles. There's also DC Fast Charging available for up to 90 additional miles in 10 minutes. Start MSRP $83,200

Subaru Solterra

Subaru's most technologically advanced vehicle, the Solterra, is the first ever built on its all-electric architecture, the eSubaru Global platform. This compact crossover SUV will debut as a 2023 model. It will have 8.3 inches of ground clearance and Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive for maximum stability, maximum traction, and zero emissions. Safety Exit Alert, a new feature that will alert passengers to danger, will allow them to know when a vehicle or other object is close by and help them open doors. You can expect a range of more than 220 miles with a starting MSRP of approximately $45,000

Toyota bZ4X

Toyota intends to have 70 electrified vehicles available by 2025. The 2023 Toyota Z4X is the first of a series to be released under the Toyota brand. The EV's lithium-ion battery pack is located under the floor. This gives the vehicle a lower center of gravity and increased stability. The bZ4X is the first vehicle to receive the Toyota Safety Sense(tm), the most recent safety package that includes Low-Light Cyclist Detection and other safety features that help to prevent accidents. The EV's range is estimated at 250 miles, with a starting MSRP of $45,000

Nissan Ariya

The 2023 Nissan Ariya is the first all-electric crossover. Ariya's front-wheel drive and all wheel drive models both offer a choice between 63 kWh and 87 kWh in usable battery capacity. All-wheel-drive models are equipped with Nissan's latest all-wheel control technology, e-4ORCE. Ariya comes equipped with ProPILOT Assist next-generation, which is a hands-on assistance system that assists drivers in staying in their lane and better navigating highway traffic. This helps to increase driver confidence. You can expect a range of 300 miles, and a starting MSRP at $45,950 depending upon the model.

Kia EV6

This Korean auto manufacturer has just launched the EV6 based on their highly-advanced architecture, which is specifically designed for battery electric vehicles (BEVs). The EV6 is a vehicle that inspires. It features a driver-centric cockpit and ultra-fast charging. It also has the same interior space as a 5-passenger SUV. The EV6 can be used to power equipment and as an emergency power source. The EV6 has a range of approximately 310 miles on a single battery charge, and a starting MSRP at $40,900.

Fisker Ocean SUV

Fisker is a passionate inventor of sustainable electric vehicles around the world and is making waves with its Ocean SUV. The vehicle, which can carry five people, features a full-length SolarSky Roof that harnesses the sun's energy to produce free energy for the battery-powered motor. According to the company's website the Fisker Ocean Extreme can generate up to 1,500 miles cleanly and without emissions if it is fully exposed to sunlight. The Ocean SUV was launched in Barcelona and will be available in the U.S. in November. The estimated range is 350 miles per charge, with a starting MSRP at $37,499.

The future of EV buyers looks bright with these amazing vehicles on the market. These are the vehicles you should be looking out for in 2023, and beyond.

Cadillac Lyriq

According to Lyriq's website, powered by the Ultium Drive System (the automaker's proprietary drive system), Lyriq will offer a responsive, sporty and agile driving experience. Starting MSRP $59,990

Tesla Cybertruck

Teslas claims that the all-electric pickup will have the utility and performance of a truck, but with the added advantage of electric power. Starting MSRP $39,900

Chevy Silverado EV

Chevy claims their first all-electric Silverado Electric Vehicle (EV) will harness the power and potential of the Ultium Platform. This will allow for electric propulsion and zero emission driving. Starting MSRP $39,900

Canoo Pickup Truck

Canoo, an electric carmaker from California, has created a pickup truck with power workbenches and tool storage. Delivery could begin as soon as 2023.

Chrysler Airflow

Chrysler's first BEV (battery-electric vehicle) is expected to be on the road in 2025. This will launch the company's plans to have an all-electric portfolio of vehicles by 2028.

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