Future of Cars : Top 10 Electric SUVs in the USA

Ford Bronco Electric 2029, Faraday Future FF 91 2023, Dodge Charger EV 2024, Chrysler Airflow 2025, Chevrolet Equinox EV 2024, Audi A6 e-tron 2023, Apple Car 2026.

Salman Chaudhary, Founder Pinkywheels.com

Audi A6 e-tron Concept
Audi A6 e-tron Concept
Faraday Future FF 91
Faraday Future FF 91
2026 Apple car
2026 Apple car

Future of Cars

The Future of Automobiles

Upcoming Electric SUVs in the USA | Top 10 Cutting-Edge Electric SUVs

It's no secret that the automotive industry is undergoing a major transformation. As the world shifts towards a more sustainable future, automakers are investing heavily in electric vehicle technology. And let me tell you, the future looks electrifying! In the coming years, we're set to witness a wave of mind-blowing electric cars from some of the biggest names in the industry. Buckle up, folks, because this is just the beginning.

Let's take a sneak peek at what's in store:

10. Ford Bronco Electric 2029

While Ford has confirmed that an all-electric Bronco is on the horizon, the company is hush-hush about when it will be unveiled. A Bronco and Bronco Sport hybrid version are rumored to be produced in 2024, and Ford has the resources to make the Bronco EV. A product map leak on a Bronco forum called Bronco6G showed the supposed EV launching on a new TE1 platform with a production date of November 2029. So, it begs the question: why wait? Especially when Jeep, Ford's biggest off-road competitor, will have an all-electric Wrangler by 2025.

09. Faraday Future FF 91 2023

Faraday Future, founded and based in California, is set to finally produce and sell its flagship EV, the FF 91, after a few delays due to supply chain issues. The FF 91 has been struggling to debut since 2017, so another delay wouldn't be shocking, but we remain hopeful all systems are a go this time. With the top-range model set to cost over $200,000, this car isn’t priced for all buyers. It travels for 381 miles on a single charge and sprints from 0-60 mph in 2.4 seconds.

08. Dodge Charger EV 2024

After causing heartbreak among the masses with the announcement that the V8 powerplants in the Charger and Challenger would be axed in favor of batteries, Dodge finally revealed what people have to look forward to in regards to the all-electric Charger. First unveiled as the Dodge Charger Daytona SRT concept, the EV in question created a buzz when it was announced that it would generate up to 590 horsepower and sound like it – with speakers to capture the hearts of combustion diehards. There will also be a top-tier trim level that boasts an 800-volt “Banshee” propulsion system, though power figures are a mystery for now.

07. Chrysler Airflow 2025

Eager to have a piece of the electrified pie, Chrysler unveils the Airflow. Offering graceful design cues, the Airflow aims to be luxurious and comfortable. The base model is anticipated to cost around $55,000, while the top trim is expected to be priced at around $65,000. The Airflow comes with a motor on the front axle and one on the rear, giving it the safety benefits of all-wheel drive while providing more stability in cornering and general handling. In addition, it’s estimated it will travel up to 400 miles with a full charge.

06. Chevrolet Equinox EV 2024

The Equinox EV is for drivers seeking a small, green SUV that’s also affordable. With the 1LT base model starting at roughly $30,000, it’s one of the least expensive all-electric vehicles on the market. This Chevy treks up to 300 miles on a single charge and adds 70 miles of range in 10 minutes with DC fast charging. At home, under normal charging circumstances, the Equinox adds up to 34 miles of range per hour of charging. The Equinox will come with five trim options, and the top 3RS trim includes a heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats, and adaptive cruise control.

05. Buick Electra E5 2024

The Buick Electra E5, affectionally named after the luxury sedan produced between 1959 and 1990, will be the company's first all-electric SUV. Built on GM's versatile Ultium platform, this model will likely share similarities with the Cadillac Lyriq. Hopefully, that means 340 horsepower (at least) and more than 300 miles of driving range with a single charge. Buick plans to produce the Electra E5 in China for an overseas market. Exact pricing is still a mystery but will likely start at around $50,000.

04. Cadillac Celestiq 2024

Another model built on GM's Ultium platform is the Cadillac Celestiq. This ultra-luxury sport sedan mates a 111-kWh battery system with a dual-motor all-wheel drive setup to produce 600 horsepower and 640 pound-feet of torque. Aiming to unite performance and range, the Celestiq has an estimated range of around 300 miles on a full charge and a 0-60 time of 3.8 seconds. When using a 200-kW DC fast charger, you can add 78 miles of range in just 10 minutes. Production will begin in December of 2023, and pricing will start at over $300,000.

03. Chevrolet Blazer EV 2024

With the Blazer EV, Chevy turns its famed off-roader into an all-electric family hauler. It comes with a range of trims, topped by the high-performance SS. GM claims that the Blazer will be capable of a 320-mile range on a full charge and will have a 0-60 mph time of under 4 seconds on the SS trim level. Like many other EVs on this list, it will also be built on the Ultium platform – coming with quick charging times and impressive ranges. The base model trim, the 1LT, will start at $45,000, while the top trim, the SS, begins at $66,000.

02. Audi A6 e-tron Concept

Audi got on board early with the current trend of releasing luxurious, planet-friendly EVs. One such vehicle is the A6 e-tron, a sedan set to get around 400 miles of range on a single charge. Audi claims the A6 can go from five to 80 percent charge in just 25 minutes. The front and rear axles each have a separate electric motor, making this an all-wheel-drive vehicle. And since this is an Audi, you can expect the cabin to be luxurious and comfortable. Audi hasn’t announced how much this EV will cost, but it’s expected to be priced similarly to the Tesla Model S.

01. Apple Car 2026

The Apple Car has been shrouded in mystery since the first dribble of information was released. This project has evolved over the years due to changes in the leadership at Apple and other issues. In the earliest stages, it was reported that the Apple Car would be self-driving. Then rumors suggested Apple had shelved the project. Over the past couple of years, the project has regained momentum, but Apple has scaled it back. Instead of being fully autonomous, the Apple Car is now slated as a semi-autonomous vehicle. It can drive autonomously on highways but requires manual driving in the city and during emergencies. Apple is new to carmaking. Because of this, the company is said to be seeking partnerships within the automobile industry to build the Apple Car. Apple is said to be planning a launch date of 202

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