It would seem that the age of electric cars is finally upon us as every automaker that wants to be taken seriously is planning on heavily electrifying its lineup during the next decade. Some of them will go as far as to offer more electric and hybrid than conventional models by the time everything is said and done. In fact, projections show that battery-powered cars could account for more than 20 percent of new cars in the U.S. by 2030. All this considered, the number of upcoming hybrid and electric cars for MY 2020 is quite significant. Here, we’ll take a peek at what the best upcoming 2020 electric cars might be. We’ll only consider conventional cars this time (sedans, hatchbacks, coupes, roadsters, and wagons), as the best hybrid and electric SUVs and crossovers 2020 will bring our way are covered in a separate article. Furthermore, we won’t shy away from including a hypercar or two as well.
2020 Fisker EMotion
Fisker is an automaker mostly known for all the wrong reasons since their first project – a very ambitious one to boot – was destined to fail. The unlucky Fisker Karma luxury sedan might be gone from this world together with the company – which went under – but Henrik Fisker is obviously not someone who’s willing to back down from a fight. He recently started over with another creatively-named company and announced a new project – another 4-door sedan with sports car aesthetics. One would have thought the Danish investor spending his days in LA had learned his lesson, but you gotta give him credit for persistence. The EMotion has already been presented at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show and it looks stunning, although still not exactly production-ready. In particular, the production version won’t feature the rear butterfly doors which are more complex to produce than one would be lead to believe. But the Fisker EMotion’s aesthetics are just the tip of the iceberg.