t/f Review: Exciting EVs on the Horizon

Nigel Dixon-Fyle

Welcome to our electric future, where the hum of an engine gives way to the quiet whir of an electric motor, and “filling up” might just mean plugging in next to your lawn mower in the garage. The next couple of years promise an electrifying parade of new EVs, from sleek sedans to rugged SUVs, with enough variety to make even the most die-hard petrolhead consider a switch.

The EV Landscape: Looking Ahead

As we peer into the crystal ball of automotive innovation, it’s clear that electric vehicles aren’t a fleeting trend – they’re the blueprint for the future of driving… at least for now. With each passing year, EVs are becoming more powerful, more efficient, and, crucially, more accessible.

So, buckle up (or should we say plug in?) for a sneak peek at what’s charging down the road in 2024, 2025, and 2026.

Cadillac Vistiq and Escalade IQ: SUVs are popular and electric options are beginning to expand. GM’s Cadillac will add Vistiq. Visit is smaller than Escalade with three-row seating.

Escalade IQ promises comfort, luxury, power (750 horsepower), and range (450+ miles).

Expected debut: 2026

Dodge Charger Daytona: A00-electric replacement for the Charger. Set on the Stellantis’ STLA Large platform with a two-door fastback design previewed in January.

Expected debut: 2025
Hyundai Ioniq 7: Another all-electric SUV to the Hyundai Palisade (Seven Concept in 2021). It features three rows of seating and a distinctive exterior design

Expected debut: 2024
Jeep Recon: A fully electric off-roader previewed in 2022, signaling Jeep’s commitment to electrification beyond its 4xe plug-in hybrids. It’s not intended to replace the Wrangler. It is an expansion to Jeep’s EVs.

Jeep Wagoneer S: A sporty electric SUV with 600 horsepower. 0-60 mph time is said to be 3.5 seconds.

Lotus Emeya: An electric sedan from Lotus expected to launch this year, promising rapid acceleration and quick charging capabilities.
Lucid Gravity: Following the Air sedan, Lucid Motors’ second EV is the Gravity SUV promises luxury, space, and an impressive 440-mile range.

Expected debut: 2024
Mini Aceman: Mini’s first standalone EV, Mini Aceman slightly smaller than the Countryman.

Expected debut: 2025
Volvo EX90 & Polestar 5: The EX90 is electric successor to the hugely-popular XC90 with a luxury three-row design competing with other high-end electric SUVs.

Polestar 5 is an electric grand-touring fastback based on the Precept concept from 2020.

Expected debut: 2024

Porsche Macan Electric: An all-electric Macan boasting over 400 horsepower

Expected debut: 2024
RAM 1500 REV: An electric RAM 1500. Towing capabilities of towing up to 14,000 pounds. Range up to 500 miles.

Expected debut: 2025
Rivian R2: A smaller, more affordable addition to Rivian’s lineup, with production starting in 2025. Announcement set for March 20.

Expected debut: 2026

But Wait, There’s More!

Rumors abound that EV leader, Tesla, will announce the Redwood. Redwood is compact crossover expected to start production in mid-2025. Audi is re-engineering is A6 for electricity: A6 E-Tron. Through concept models, Audi’s Wolf Seebers teases, “I can promise you that a lot of what we’re showing here will be available and seen on the road.” Also coming from Germany, the VW Bus is back as the all-electric Volkswagen ID. Buzz. VW has succeed previously with nostalgic re-releases. How will EV and retro pair?

t/f Summary: It’s Here

As we stand on the cusp of this electric revolution, it’s clear that the journey from gas guzzlers to electric elegance is about more than just swapping out engines for batteries. It’s about reimagining what our vehicles can be – not just tools of convenience but harbingers of a cleaner, greener future.

So, whether you’re ready to jump headfirst into the world of EVs or you’re still warming up to the idea, one thing is for certain: the future of driving is electric, and it’s closer than you think. Just remember, while the cars of tomorrow promise to be fast, efficient, and silent, the biggest change will be in our garages, where oil stains give way to charging pads. Welcome to the electric age – it’s going to be a wild ride.

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By Nigel Dixon-Fyle "Automotive Enthusiast"
Nigel Dixon-Fyle is an Editor-at-Large for TechFyle. His background in engineering, telecommunications, consulting and product development inspired him to launch TechFyle (TF). Nigel implemented technologies that support business practices across a variety of industries and verticals. He enjoys the convergence of technology and anything – autos, phones, computers, or day-to-day services. However, Nigel also recognizes not everything is good in absolutes. Technology has its pros and cons. TF supports this exploration and nuance.
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