2021 Rivian R1S
The R1S will be based on the R1T pickup and is a seven-seater American-style boxy SUV aimed squarely at the Tesla Model X, the only other three-row SUV in the all-electric space. It is worth mentioning here that the R1S will also be cheaper than the Tesla and will likely cost around $65,000 after tax credits and will go on sale in early 2021.
2021 Audi Q4 E-tron
Audi is at the forefront of electrification at least in the luxury car segment. After the e-tron SUV, the German Automaker has set its sights on a more affordable and mass-market e-tron SUV. The one leading the charge will be the Q4 e-tron. It is set to go on sale in early 2021 and will come with an 82 kWh battery pack.
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2021 Nissan Ariya
The new Nissan Ariya is the brand’s first-ever all-electric SUV and frankly, It is a surprise that Nissan didn’t develop one sooner. They had the technology. Cutting right to the chase, the Ariya will go sale by mid-2021, in Japan, and by late 2021 in the US market, hopefully. Prices will probably start from $40,000 and it will rival the Tesla Model Y
2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E
The Mustang Mach-E was first revealed late last year and will likely hit the showroom floor before the end of this year.
The overall design echoes that of the muscle car with the pony taking center stage on the grille planked by sleek LED headlamps. The four doors and high roofline do make you question the ‘Mustang’ part but the triple tail lamps are quintessentially Mustang.
2021 Volkswagen ID.4
The VW ID.4 is based on the ID.Crozz concept and will probably go on sale in early 2021. It is not only VW’s first electric crossover for the US market but it will also be the first car to debut under the ID sub-brand.
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