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What are some of the most exciting upcoming EVs?

We’ll see plenty of new EV models hit the market in the next couple of years. Here we present some of the exciting EVs expected soon.

What are some of the most exciting upcoming EVs?

As we accelerate into the electric future,it is an extremely exciting time for electric cars. Just about every existing car company in the world seems to be coming to the table with new EVs in addition to the companies that only make EVs. 

As new cars become available we’ll be adding them to the Link EV Store, which you’re welcome to browse and see if we have in stock what you’re looking for. And even if we don’t you can schedule an EV expert consultation to make sure you’re thinking about the right car for your lifestyle and what makes or models you might be overlooking.

Let’s take a look at some of the models we’re most excited about and why.

EVs to energize the electric era

First up is the Nissan with the Ariya. With years of EV expertise since the Nissan Leaf first hit the roads over a decade ago, Nissan is back big time with the 2023 Nissan Ariya. Coming in four different versions - the Venture+, the Evolve+, the Premiere and the Platinum+ - this electric crossover will provide one of the best options for extended range, premosing to touch 300mi depending on the version and options. And with a base model Venture+ with an MSRP under $40K, demand on this puppy will very likely exceed supply for some time to come. The car Ariya will also be switching over to the CCS charging port, meaning just the one charging port for all your charging needs.

The Kia EV6 is another cool crossover coming soon to the cruise carousel. Promising 300 miles of targeted range, there aren’t many venues to which this vehicle won’t be able to venture. There’s also a lot of juice in this jewel going from 0-60 MPH in 4.6 seconds. And if you need to charge at a public charging station, you’re promised a tremendous 200 miles in less than 20 minutes. Terrific! 

Okay so now’s for a hint of the herculean as we highlight the Hummer EV. Yup you read that correctly. The scandalous, Schwarzneggerian sensation synonymous with gas guzzling is going green and we can’t wait. Coming in an SUV and Pickup version, the models are estimated to provide 300 and 350 miles of range respectively and go from 0-60 in 3.5 and 3 seconds respectively. Wow. And oh, the cars can crabwalk by driving diagonally.

Those are cool.What else in the EVverse elicits exhilaration?

What about you veritable voyager who likes to venture in a van? Well, you might just check out the I.D.Buzz. VW promises production will begin this year, though it is still unclear when the vehicle will actually be available for purchase on US shores - probably in 2023. This eclectic, electric microbus is designed to fill the void of nostalgia for the retro Type 2 Microbus, with an ultra model feel. The potential for an estimated 300 miles of range from the 111 KWh battery pack is impressive especially considering an expected price tag of around $40k. The custom configurability of the seating arrangement within the vehicle is also a draw and it’s clear VW is busy bounding into the burgeoning EV business!

Speaking of other buzz, electric pickups. Yes they’ve been in the news a lot lately. What with Rivian going public and the accelerating anticipation around the arrival of the Ford F-150 Lightning. Another character we’re checking is the Chevy Silverado electric pickup predicted to ship sometime in 2023 to 2024. With an estimated 400 miles of range, 4.5 seconds to go from 0 to 60 and a frunk, we’re frothing for this forthcoming force of the future. 

Beyond pickups, what other EVs can take me offroad?

Good question. We submit to you the Subaru Solterra, Sun and Earth in one! Ha. But seriously the Solterra looks like a silky specimen. 220 miles of range, and the ability to handle rough terrain, will comfortably take you on explorations of our National Parks to which Subaru donates millions of dollars - protecting that terra! 

Then for the seriously avid off roader comes the Magneto, an electric two-door Jeep. Still just a concept vehicle, we’re excited at the prospect of where Jeep will go in development of the Magneto and to what sort of range they can take it. Oh and they've kept a semblance of the manual transmission. Totally.

So that completes our brief review of some of the EVs we’re excited about for the future. However there are already a bunch of great models out there which we can help sort through and find the perfect one for you. So set up an EV Expert consultation and we’ll go from there. Thumbs up, drive on!



What are some of the most exciting upcoming EVs?

As we accelerate into the electric future,it is an extremely exciting time for electric cars. Just about every existing car company in the world seems to be coming to the table with new EVs in addition to the companies that only make EVs. 

As new cars become available we’ll be adding them to the Link EV Store, which you’re welcome to browse and see if we have in stock what you’re looking for. And even if we don’t you can schedule an EV expert consultation to make sure you’re thinking about the right car for your lifestyle and what makes or models you might be overlooking.

Let’s take a look at some of the models we’re most excited about and why.

EVs to energize the electric era

First up is the Nissan with the Ariya. With years of EV expertise since the Nissan Leaf first hit the roads over a decade ago, Nissan is back big time with the 2023 Nissan Ariya. Coming in four different versions - the Venture+, the Evolve+, the Premiere and the Platinum+ - this electric crossover will provide one of the best options for extended range, premosing to touch 300mi depending on the version and options. And with a base model Venture+ with an MSRP under $40K, demand on this puppy will very likely exceed supply for some time to come. The car Ariya will also be switching over to the CCS charging port, meaning just the one charging port for all your charging needs.

The Kia EV6 is another cool crossover coming soon to the cruise carousel. Promising 300 miles of targeted range, there aren’t many venues to which this vehicle won’t be able to venture. There’s also a lot of juice in this jewel going from 0-60 MPH in 4.6 seconds. And if you need to charge at a public charging station, you’re promised a tremendous 200 miles in less than 20 minutes. Terrific! 

Okay so now’s for a hint of the herculean as we highlight the Hummer EV. Yup you read that correctly. The scandalous, Schwarzneggerian sensation synonymous with gas guzzling is going green and we can’t wait. Coming in an SUV and Pickup version, the models are estimated to provide 300 and 350 miles of range respectively and go from 0-60 in 3.5 and 3 seconds respectively. Wow. And oh, the cars can crabwalk by driving diagonally.

Those are cool.What else in the EVverse elicits exhilaration?

What about you veritable voyager who likes to venture in a van? Well, you might just check out the I.D.Buzz. VW promises production will begin this year, though it is still unclear when the vehicle will actually be available for purchase on US shores - probably in 2023. This eclectic, electric microbus is designed to fill the void of nostalgia for the retro Type 2 Microbus, with an ultra model feel. The potential for an estimated 300 miles of range from the 111 KWh battery pack is impressive especially considering an expected price tag of around $40k. The custom configurability of the seating arrangement within the vehicle is also a draw and it’s clear VW is busy bounding into the burgeoning EV business!

Speaking of other buzz, electric pickups. Yes they’ve been in the news a lot lately. What with Rivian going public and the accelerating anticipation around the arrival of the Ford F-150 Lightning. Another character we’re checking is the Chevy Silverado electric pickup predicted to ship sometime in 2023 to 2024. With an estimated 400 miles of range, 4.5 seconds to go from 0 to 60 and a frunk, we’re frothing for this forthcoming force of the future. 

Beyond pickups, what other EVs can take me offroad?

Good question. We submit to you the Subaru Solterra, Sun and Earth in one! Ha. But seriously the Solterra looks like a silky specimen. 220 miles of range, and the ability to handle rough terrain, will comfortably take you on explorations of our National Parks to which Subaru donates millions of dollars - protecting that terra! 

Then for the seriously avid off roader comes the Magneto, an electric two-door Jeep. Still just a concept vehicle, we’re excited at the prospect of where Jeep will go in development of the Magneto and to what sort of range they can take it. Oh and they've kept a semblance of the manual transmission. Totally.

So that completes our brief review of some of the EVs we’re excited about for the future. However there are already a bunch of great models out there which we can help sort through and find the perfect one for you. So set up an EV Expert consultation and we’ll go from there. Thumbs up, drive on!



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