2018 was my first full-time year at Electrek covering clean-tech and primarily electric vehicles. It undoubtedly was a great and exciting year for EVs with several automakers announcing new upcoming vehicles, some of them even committing to volume production and governments setting more ambitious goals for electric vehicle adoption.
It obviously means that the next few years will be even more exciting in the segment and our coverage will inevitably become broader than mainly Tesla and a few EVs. Here we take a look at what’s on the roadmap for the next 3 years in the electric vehicle world with 10 new electric cars.
It’s not a complete list of electric vehicles coming to market by the end of the decade, but instead, I gathered details of the vehicle programs we know most about and those that have the best chances of making it to market.
Other vehicles like Faraday Future’s prototype or Lucid Motors’ new ‘Air’ sedan have potential and could very well get to market, but I stuck with electric vehicle programs that have already been financed and therefore, they will almost inevitably hit the market at some point – albeit maybe not within the disclosed timeline.
I also didn’t include the Chevy Bolt EV since it already hit the market in California, but maybe I should have considering GM will only ramp up production and delivery to other markets in 2017.