New Electric Vehicles to Look Out for in 2024 - Amt Auto
New Electric Vehicles to Look Out for in 2024 – Amt Auto

New Electric Vehicles to Look Out for in 2024

With the 2030 ban on the sale of new diesel and petrol cars looming closer, manufacturers are ramping up the release of a growing array of electric vehicles. In this overview, we delve into some significant models poised to make an impact on fleets in the near future.

Ford Explorer:

The Ford Explorer marks the company’s expansion into the electric vehicle market, benefiting from its partnership with VW Group. With its range of up to 374 miles and multiple powertrain options, it provides versatility for various driving needs. The Explorer’s distinct design and interior features set it apart, offering a premium driving experience.

Audi Q6 e-tron:

Audi’s Q6 e-tron represents a significant step forward in electric SUVs, boasting a range of up to 381 miles and advanced technology features. Built on Audi’s Premium Platform Electric (PPE), it promises exceptional performance and efficiency. Its luxurious interior and driver-focused cockpit enhance the driving experience, setting a new standard for electric vehicles.

Mini Cooper Electric:

The Mini Cooper Electric combines iconic Mini design with modern electric technology, delivering a range of up to 250 miles. With two variants available, it caters to different preferences for power and range. Inside, the updated infotainment system and comfortable interior make it a stylish and practical choice for urban driving.

Volvo EX90:

Volvo’s EX90 SUV offers a spacious and luxurious electric vehicle driving experience, with a range of up to 363 miles. Sharing technology with the Polestar 3, it emphasizes performance and comfort, making it an ideal option for families or long-distance travel. Its bi-directional charging capability adds convenience and flexibility to charging options.

BMW i5 Touring:

BMW’s i5 Touring introduces the concept of an executive electric estate car, combining practicality with performance. With impressive power outputs and a range of up to 348 miles, it offers a compelling option for those seeking a versatile electric vehicle. Its spacious interior and advanced charging capabilities make it well-suited for both daily commutes and longer journeys.

Citroen e-C3:

The Citroen e-C3 brings electric mobility to the supermini segment, offering a crossover-inspired design and affordable pricing. With a range of up to 199 miles and rapid charging capability, it provides practicality and efficiency for urban driving. Its compact size and stylish exterior make it a desirable option for city dwellers.

Cupra Tavascan:

The Cupra Tavascan represents a blend of style and performance in the electric vehicle market, featuring a coupe-like silhouette and advanced interior features. Built on the MEB platform, it offers impressive range and charging capabilities, making it suitable for long-distance travel. Its sleek design and powerful performance set it apart as a premium electric option.

Dacia Spring:

The Dacia Spring stands out as an affordable electric crossover, offering practicality and efficiency at a budget-friendly price. With a range of up to 137 miles and simple yet functional design, it caters to those seeking an entry-level electric vehicle. Its compact size and ease of use make it an attractive option for urban commuters on a budget.

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