Last year brought several new all-electric vehicles and many automakers have announced exciting new vehicles in coming years, including the Rivian pickup truck and Ford’s all-electric F-150 and Mustang Mach-E, but unfortunately, those are not likely to be released this year. While 2020’s new offerings aren’t as robust as last year’s, there are some great developments available now and coming soon.
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Tesla’s long-awaited Model Y should be making its first deliveries later this year. This compact crossover will have a range of 280–300 miles and start at $48,000. Additional features include seating for up to seven people and going from zero to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds.
Polestar, a performance brand from Volvo, is set to launch the Polestar 2 sometime in 2020. The vehicle is all-electric with a range of 275 miles and a starting price of $63,000.
Mini’s first all-electric offering will be hitting dealerships this spring. At only 110 miles per charge, it’s one of the lowest all-electric ranges on the market, but it’s starting price of $29,900 has it tied with the Nissan LEAF for one of the least expensive vehicles, as well.
The first electric offering from Lincoln, the new Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring plug-in hybrid starts at $70,000 and gets 21 miles on a single charge before switching over to gas. While this is not a game changer, there are reports that Lincoln will be delivering an all-electric SUV within the next few years.
Land Rover is also launching its first electric offering, the Range Rover PHEV and PHEV Sport. The Range Rover PHEV Sport starts at $79,000 and has an electric range of 19 miles before switching to gas.
The 2020 Hyundai Ioniq Electric is not a new vehicle, but it is getting a substantial boost on its electric range to 170 electric miles, up from 124 in previous models. Hyundai is reporting that the 2020 model should be hitting dealerships by March.
Like the Ioniq, the 2020 Chevy Bolt also got a range boost, up from 238 miles to 259 miles, giving it the highest range on a non-Tesla vehicle available today.