As we head into the beginning of 2022, there are a number of exciting new electric vehicle models on the market. These highly-anticipated EVs have recently made their debut and are now available to consumers. From a truck that can handle any terrain to a luxury car with more than 500 miles of electric range, read more about these stunning new EVs, sorted by the manufacturer’s suggested retail price.
Many of these vehicles are eligible for the federal EV tax credit of up to $7,500 and other state/local incentives. For more information on these incentives, visit PlugStar.com.
Starting at $33,470
Electric range: 100 miles
The Mazda MX-30 was created with the typical American driver’s commute—approximately 30 miles a day—in mind. This comes with a lower price tag making it a great commuter car for a family with an additional vehicle. The Mazda MX-30 is made with premium sustainable materials and user-friendly technology for calm and comfort.
Chevrolet Bolt EUV
Starting at $33,500
Electric range: 247 miles
The Bolt EUV is a front-wheel-drive hatchback. It’s Chevrolet’s first vehicle to offer Super Cruise driver assistance, which includes hands-free operation and lane detection. The EUV is 6.2 inches longer than the regular Bolt EV, with five comfortable seats.
Starting at $40,760
Electric range: 260 miles
While Volkswagen previously had the e-Golf, they are looking to make a bigger splash with the new ID.4. The spacious, all-wheel drive vehicle has a towing capacity of up to 2,700 pounds. Its ID. Light function uses glowing visual and acoustic cues to track incoming calls, brake warnings, charge status, and more.
Ford Mustang Mach-E
Starting at $43,895
Electric range: 247-314 miles
Ford is expanding its Mustang line with the Mustang Mach-E, an all-electric crossover. It includes the Ford Co-Pilot 360™ Technology with automatic emergency braking, a lane-keeping system, and other features.
Audi Q4 e-tron and Q4 Sportback e-tron
Starting at $43,900
Electric range: 241 miles
The Audi Q4 e-tron and Q4 Sportback e-tron are both all-wheel drive electric vehicles. The 40/20/40 split-folding rear seats ensure plenty of cargo space. This is the first model to provide an augmented reality head-up display, blending technology into your drive.
Starting at $67,500
Electric range: 314
Rivian’s R1T is the first electric pickup truck to hit the market while the Tesla Cybertruck, Ford F-150 Lightning, and GMC Hummer EV are still to come. The truck has 62 cubic feet of storage and can tow up to 11,000 pounds.
Audi e-tron GT
Starting from $102,400
Electric range: 238 miles
The e-tron GT is Audi’s sporty high-performance EV. It features Matrix-design LED headlights, an electric rear spoiler that improves stability, aerodynamic optimization, and a fixed panoramic roof for a spacious and open feel.
Starting at $169,000
Electric range: 471-520 miles
Lucid has started their first deliveries of the Lucid Air Dream, the longest range and fastest charging electric vehicle in the world. The Lucid Air Dream can charge up to 300 miles in just 20 minutes and has an overall electric range of up to 520 miles. The vehicle has a luxuriously elegant design and the largest front trunk of any electric car. It starts at $169,000. Additional models of the Air will be available soon.
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Place an order for a RiVian. You may need to wait a year.
I am a 77 year old single female who rents a single unit (very small) and rents two storage spaces for items I am” garaging”. Frequently, I need to move items from one place to the other. Yes, of course it’s hording. I need a truck to haul things for recycling to thrift store and other recycling centers for bottles, old computer parts, and telephones. Did I also mention I am an artsy/crafter. I need a truck. I would love for it to be electrically powered. $67,000? Any suggestions? Help!
So, no news about the *Lightning*, or the Ariya?
Why isn’t Arcimoto on your list?