To see that man has evolved from wheel carts to right now pin drop silence cars which are run by batteries for hours is still a wonder and even though we haven’t reached to flying cars yet, electric cars are said to get us there.
The increase in cars in the automobile realm does not mean that everything that is dropped is worth the hype or getting on your shopping list.
Not gonna lie, the electric cars when they dropped did not come with much welcome, we cannot blame people for that too, after all the earlier versions offered very little running time per charge.
Now, thanks to the immense rise in technology, you no longer need to fear that you have to stop mid-way in your journey to charge your car.
Even if there is a sudden detour you have to take, with the increase in charging stations around the area, you need not waste much time.
The thing with electric vehicles is that the concept might be a little old by now in the automobile arena, but it hasn’t hit the common factor yet where we see it on every street corner.
So, as of now your only option while shifting to an all-electric vehicle is to find out everything you need to know to choose which suits you better and not which is advertised constantly.
With the increase in demand and interest in all-electric vehicles, even luxury brands have started turning their adamant traditional engine to electric.
It has happened to the extent that even pick-up trucks have been electrified thanks to people’s love for having a quieter ride and having the wallet stay thick by saving fuel money.
While we are flooded with so many cars, we bring to you the ones that would be gracing the roads in 2023.
Best electric cars 2023
We weren’t kidding when we told you many luxury brands have dipped their toes in the electric market and BMW is no exemption as the BMW iX1 will be dropping for the 2024 model year in early 2023.
The BMW iX1 may not be the only attraction in the BMW EV department, but it has as many eagerly awaiting buyers as any other.
The BMW iX1 gets a price tag of $82,900 in the US market and is expected to hit the roads in early 2023. Talking about the range it offers, the BMW iX1 offers 272 miles per charge.
Pickup trucks like the Ford F-150 Lightning get the electric treatment too. It was not like the Ford F series pickups were moving out slowly and needed the EV to give it the buzz.
The Ford F-150 Lightning has favoured the company so much that the price tag of $86,694 does not bother the ones aiming to get dibs on the pickup truck.
The Ford F-150 Lightning has impressive features and even offers a range of 320 miles per charge making it worth every penny.
From a family subcompact to a sports car to every luxury nameplate has adapted to the EV trend and even back from the dead DeLorean has dropped the traditional methods to all-electric.
The DeLorean will enter back into the market with Alpha5 and the sports car is set to offer 300 miles per charge as announced by the DeLorean.
The name brand that was off the market for 40 years will finally launch back into the arena this year and even though the launch date has not been announced, you can start expecting the car to hit the roads in 2023.
It has been a while since the Bolt dropped, and the 2023 Chevrolet Bolt is again set to impress the electric fanatics for another year.
That does not stay as the only element that gets us interested in the Bolt as the car offers more than just a good ride with its spacious cabin overall.
The 2023 Chevrolet Bolt keeps it humble, reliable and efficient making us believe in a perfect electric car with an affordable price tag of $25,600.
The Chevrolet Bolt offers a range of 131 miles in the city and 109 on the highway per charge.
Everything about this KIA EV has gotten the attention of millions worldwide and the launch in 2023 is much more expected than any other nameplate.
The details haven’t been announced yet but the three-rowed SUV has more than just a curiously unique design to satisfy the people it also keeps it eco-friendly to a whole new level.
The range of the KIA EV9 has been announced recently and it is expected to hit the 336 miles mark per charge and comes with an expected price tag of $55,000.
It is really hard to pass off an electric cars list without a Tesla in it and as expected we have the Tesla Cybertruck for the 2023 year.
Never pegged Elon Musk to bring to life something realistic or normal so, this truck which looks like it might get launched by Black Panther in Wakanda any time soon is said to hit the market by the end of 2023.
Even though we don’t have an actual date, the price was said to begin under $40,000 but we cannot make it a promise yet and one thing the cyber truck has claimed is that it will offer 500 miles per charge.
Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo
Porsche also joined the all-electric hype and as expected, it has taken control better than many other luxury names in the market.
Built for off-roading adventures, this all-electric Porche aims to impress at a price tag of $99,150.
The range offered by the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo is 235 miles and the Porsche is said to drop its 2024 model year version in 2023.
Lucid Air Sapphire
Everything about this all-electric car yells “buy me” and the luxury car maker is not stopping at anything to make this car one of the best the electric market will ever see.
The Lucid Air Sapphire took the electric arena by surprise when the range offered was announced as 410 miles and it offers all that with every comfort it can provide along with luxurious elements.
The actual price tag of the Lucid Air Sapphire has not been announced yet but you can expect it to be north of $249,000.
Hyundai Ioniq 6
Hyundai’s Ioniq series has gotten many chattering and the Ioniq 6 is expected the Hyundai reliability with Ioniq’s exemplary tech and so much more.
The Ioniq 6 is expected to hit the roads this year and the price tag is as impressive as everything it offers as it maintains to keep it below the 50k mark by attaching a price tag of $42, 715.
The Ioniq 6 is said to offer a range of 338 miles per charge and which is impressive and makes the sleek car slide into any shopping list with ease.
The Jaguar I-Pace SUV is set to impress family shoppers who prefer to get modern with their powertrain choices.
Yes, the Jaguar I-Pace might be more of a family SUV magnet with a cool price tag of $72,575 offering 5 seaters for a slightly larger family than the nuclear one.
The family SUV is said to offer 246 miles per charge.
We weren’t kidding when we meant every luxury car maker is dipping into the electric, yes it also obviously included the Rolls-Royce.
Rolls-Royce Spectre will be the first of many all-electric vehicles from the luxury carmaker and as anyone can expect the price tag will tell how important the car is and the expected $413,000 and above lets us know exactly that.
While the ultra-luxury car does not offer an out-of-the-park range, the 323 miles per charge is still impressive and well, come on someone paying that much for an EV is not going to drive longer.
While there are more in the lineup for 2023 all-electric cars, these are the few we managed to pick up that got our eyes twinkling.
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