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In This Article: Future Cars | Future SUVs | Future Trucks

The coming years will bring a massive transition to the automotive landscape as automakers move from building models with combustion engines to electrified vehicles. EVs will occupy every segment from sports cars to pickup trucks. Even supercars are going electric.

Our list of future vehicles is broken down into three sections: Cars, SUVs, and Trucks. Each segment is sub-divided by year. The info for each entry comes from the plethora of news, spy shots, and renderings that Motor1.com covers every day.

2023 Future Cars

2023 Abarth 500

Abarth 595 electric, rendering

How Much Will It Cost: $35,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

Abarth will produce a hotter version of the Fiat 500 electric hatchback. Development is reportedly at an advanced stage, and the debut could happen around mid-2023. It would allegedly be able to reach 62 miles per hour in 7.0 seconds, versus 9.0 seconds for the Fiat version. 

2023 Audi A6 E-Tron

Audi A6 e-tron concept

How Much Will It Cost: $65,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early/Mid 2023

The Audi A6 E-Tron concept will spawn a production version that will debut in 2022 and will go on sale in 2023. The production version should share a lot of the curving lines from the show car. Power is reportedly around 470 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque. The range should be around 435 miles.

2023 Audi R8 Final Edition

2020 Audi R8 LMS GT4

How Much Will It Cost: $200,000+
When Will It Be Available: Early/Mid 2023

The Audi R8 is on its way out, but it reportedly gets to retire with a bang. The R8 Final Edition would allegedly have 650 hp driving the rear wheels and more aggressive bodywork, including canards at the front and a revised rear diffuser. The unveiling is allegedly in fall 2022, and Audi might only build the vehicle for one year.

2023 BMW M3 CS

BMW M3 CS Unofficial Rendering

How Much Will It Cost: $100,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early 2023

The BMW M3 CS will reportedly make 540 horsepower from a tuned version of the existing model's twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six. The drivetrain will likely consist of an automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive. It'll also have a more aggressive front fascia with larger inlets. Production will reportedly begin in March 2023, but assembly will allegedly only last 11 months.

2023 BMW M4 CSL

2023 BMW M4 CSL Front View Spy Photo

How Much Will It Cost: $115,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early 2023

The M4 CSL will be the ultimate expression of BMW's sports coupe. The 3.0-liter twin-turbo inline-six will allegedly pump out 550 hp to the rear wheels. To shed weight, there are reportedly no rear seats. Lighter bodywork would also drop some pounds. The diet could be as much as 220 pounds.

2023 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray

2023 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray Side View Spy Photo

How Much Will It Cost: $85,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

The Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray will reportedly use two electric motors for turning the front axle to create not only the first electrified 'Vette but also the first all-wheel-drive variant in the vehicle's long history. The power output is allegedly around 600 hp

2023 Ford Mustang

2024 Ford Mustang Prototype Front View Spy Photo

How Much Will It Cost: $30,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Late 2023

The next-gen 2024 Ford Mustang will allegedly debut in April 2023, possibly on April 17 as a nod to the original's unveiling on that day at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. It'll be on sale before the end of the year as a 2024 MY product. At launch, the pony car will reportedly continue to use the 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder and 5.0-liter Coyote V8. A hybrid variant with all-wheel drive will allegedly come later.

2023 Honda Civic Type R

2023 Honda Civic Type R Prototype At Tokyo Auto Salon

How Much Will It Cost: $38,000 (est.)
When Will We See It: Early 2023

The new generation of the Honda Civic Type R will debut in June 2022. Power will come from a tuned version of the existing model's 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder to boost the current 316-horsepower output for the European model. A six-speed manual will continue to be the only gearbox choice.

2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6

Hyundai Prophecy concept

How Much Will It Cost: $50,000 (est.)
When Will We See It: Early 2023

The Hyundai Prophecy concept (above) will morph into the Ioniq 6 electric sedan to join the brand's range of electric vehicles. It rides on the E-GMP platform like the Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6. The production model's debut is reportedly in June 2022, and deliveries in the US may begin early the following year. 

2023 Lexus LC F

Lexus LC Teaser

How Much Will It Cost: $115,000 (est.)
When Will We See It: Early 2023

Lexus has a teaser image (above) that shows what appears to be the LC with a blue F badge behind it. This leads to the speculation that it might be the long-rumored LC F. Unfortunately, there are no other details about the model at this time. We expect the model to arrive in 2023. 

2023 Lotus Type 133

Lotus Eletre design sketch

How Much Will It Cost: $100,000+ (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

The Lotus Type 133 will be the sedan sibling to the Eletre electric crossover. It'll eventually get a proper name rather than the numeric moniker. The model will reportedly share a drivetrain with the other, meaning it'll have at least 592 hp and possibly more for later variants.

2023 Mini Cooper

New Mini Hatch 3-Door Spy Shots

How Much Will It Cost: $35,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

Several flavors of the next-gen Mini Cooper are on the way. There's a combustion-powered version riding on the UKL2 platform that has a wider track and a stretched wheelbase.

The new version of the Mini Cooper SE will have underpinnings specifically for electric vehicles. It will allegedly be smaller and lighter than the current EV.

2023 Pagani C10

Pagani C10 Hypercar Teaser

How Much Will It Cost: $2 Million (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

The Pagani C10 will be the brand’s successor to the Huaryra (pictured above). It'll debut September 12, 2022. Until then, this line drawing offers a preview of what to expect. Power comes from a Mercedes-AMG-sourced twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12. Buyers can select a dual-clutch gearbox or a manual. Over the vehicle’s life coupe, convertible, and track-focused variants are part of the product plan. The debut should be in September 2022 before actual deliveries in 2023.

2023 Porsche 911 Hybrid

Porsche 911 Hybrid

How Much Will It Cost: $150,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early/Mid 2023

We should all be thoroughly excited for the upcoming Porsche 911 Hybrid. Execs confirm that its electrification system puts a focus on performance, rather than efficiency. Also, we know the model doesn't use a plug-in hybrid. The 911 Hybrid arrives as part of the rollout for the refreshed 992 generation of the model. We expect the first of these vehicles to debut in the latter half of 2022, pointing to the Hybrid's arrival in 2023. 

2023 Toyota Prius

2021 Toyota Prius

How Much Will It Cost: $27,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

Toyota is branching out into EVs with models like the bZ4X, but it’s reportedly keeping the Prius in the lineup. The new hybrid’s rumored arrival is in December 2022. The company allegedly wants it to be a technological front-runner.

2023 Toyota Supra GRMN

2020 Toyota GR Supra 3000GT Concept

How Much Will It Cost: $70,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early 2023

The Supra GRMN might arrive as soon as early 2023, according to a rumor. It would reportedly receive a carbon-fiber roof and a version of BMW’s S58 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-six engine from the M3 and M4 that would produce as much as 533 horsepower (397 kilowatts).

2023 Volkswagen Aero B

VW Aero B teaser

How Much Will It Cost: $50,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

The production version of the Volkswagen Aero B concept will go on sale in 2023, according to VW Group Chairman Herbert Diess. It will initially launch in China in the second half of the year, before expanding to other markets.


2024 Future Cars

2024 Audi A6 Avant E-Tron

Audi A6 Avant E-Tron Concept Front View

How Much Will It Cost: $70,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

The A6 Avant E-Tron concept is the wagon sibling to the A6 E-Tron. A production version of the long-roof variant will arrive in 2024 – a year after the four-door. Both models share a powertrain and drivetrain, but this one has more storage space

2024 Bugatti Chiron Successor

Bugatti Berlin Office

How Much Will It Cost: $4 Million (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

A replacement to the Bugatti Chiron (the vehicle under the Bugatti-branded sheet in the image above) is under development and reportedly debuts in 2024. The new model makes use of a heavily electrified powerplant, according to company boss Mate Rimac. Don’t worry purists because there’s still a combustion engine driving the vehicle

2024 Chevrolet Camaro Collector Edition

2022 Chevrolet Camaro in Vivid Orange

How Much Will It Cost: $75,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

There are rumors that Chevrolet is preparing a swan song for the Camaro in 2024. The speculation suggests the model might have the 495-hp 6.2-liter LT2 V8 from the C8 Corvette. Alternatively, there's a report about it packing 670 hp from an upgraded version of the ZL1's 6.2-liter supercharged powerplant.

2024 Dodge Electric Muscle Car

Dodge Electric Muscle Car Teaser Front Low

How Much Will It Cost: $80,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

Dodge aims to debut a concept of its hotly anticipated electric muscle car before August 2022 ahead of the production version coming in 2024. Not many details are available at this time. The engineers reportedly want to create a vehicle that's even quicker than a Tesla Model S Plaid and makes an impressive sound.

2024 Porsche Panamera

2024 Porsche Panamera interior spy photo

How Much Will It Cost: $90,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early 2024

Porsche isn’t giving up on the Panamera. Spy shots (like the one above) offer a preview of the new model. The styling doesn't appear to change much compared to the current one. The next-gen version will reportedly arrive in 2024 with more powerful engines. Plug-in hybrid variants will have motors making more horsepower and larger-capacity batteries. 


2025 Future Cars

2025 Aston Martin Vanquish

Vanquish Vision Concept

How Much Will It Cost: $450,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2025

Aston Martin has a slew of new vehicles in the pipeline. According to the latest info, the new Vanquish will use a mid-mounted, Mercedes-AMG-sourced twin-turbo V8 with plug-in-hybrid assistance, rather than the original plan of an in-house-developed twin-turbo V6 hybrid. A track-focused AMR Pro version and open-roof Volante are part of the future product plan.

2025 Cadillac Celestiq

Cadillac Teaser

How Much Will It Cost: $200,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early 2024

Cadillac intends to build a production version of the electric Celestiq (pronounced "suh-less-tik") flagship sedan. The company promises a hand-built construction, use of the new Ultium battery platform as its base – same as the Lyriq crossover – and a limited production run. Unfortunately, we won’t see the Celestiq for another few years. If we’re lucky, we could see a concept as early as next year or 2022, but the production version likely won’t be available until at least 2024. And it will be very expensive.

2025 Chevrolet Corvette Zora

Corvette C8 Windshield Zora Lead

How Much Will It Cost: $150,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

The Corvette Zora will be the range-topping version of the C8 generation. It'll reportedly combine the E-Ray's hybrid setup with a twin-turbo V8 to make a total of around 1,000 hp.

2025 Porsche 718 Boxster/Cayman

Porsche Mission R Production Renderings

How Much Will It Cost: $70,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2025

Porsche confirms that the next-generation of the Boxster and Cayman are electric vehicles, and they arrive in 2025. They use Volkswagen Group’s PPE platform. There are no powertrain details at this time, but the styling reportedly takes cues from the Mission R Concept.


2026 Future Cars

2026 BMW 6 Series

BMW 8 Series Coupé

How Much Will It Cost: $90,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Late 2026

BMW will allegedly simplify its lineup in 2026. The 4 Series and 8 Series coupes will allegedly merge together to revive the 6 Series name. Plus, the 8 Series Gran Coupe will become part of the 7 Series range.

2026 Lotus Elise

Final Lotus Elise Handed Over to Elisa Artioli

How Much Will It Cost: $70,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Late 2026

The Lotus Elise recently went away. Don’t worry, it’s reportedly coming back in 2026 as an EV. The model would ride on the E-Sports platform that can handle rear- or all-wheel-drive layouts. The motors could make as much as 470 hp.


2023 Future SUVs

2023 High-Performance BMW XM

2023 BMW XM Prototype

How Much Will It Cost: $150,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

The standard version of the BMW XM will arrive in showrooms in late 2022. A high-performance variant will join it in spring or summer 2023. BMW confirms this model has an output of at least 750 hp.

2023 Cadillac Lyriq

2023 Cadillac Lyriq Exterior

How Much Will It Cost: $62,990 for RWD / $64,990 for AWD
When Will It Be Available: Fall 2022 for RWD / Early 2023 for AWD

The Lyriq is the first member of Cadillac's new family of EVs. The rear-drive version makes 340 hp and has an EPA-estimated range of 312 miles. The all-wheel-drive variant has an estimated 500 hp and can tow up to 3,500 pounds. Cadillac isn't yet disclosing a range estimate for the AWD model.

2023 Chevrolet Blazer SS

Chevrolet Blazer EV SS Teasers

How Much Will It Cost: $50,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

Chevrolet Blazer SS will be a performance-focused, electric version of the crossover. It will use GM's Ultium platform and batteries. Chevy won't yet disclose other details. The debut will be in 2022, and sales will begin in 2023.

2023 Chevrolet Equinox EV

Chevrolet Equinox EV

How Much Will It Cost: $40,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Late 2023

In addition to the Blazer SS, the Equinox will also get an electric version. It'll also use the Ultium platform and batteries. The crossover will be a 2024 model year product but will be on sale during the 2023 calendar year.

2023 Dodge Hornet

2006 Dodge Hornet Concept

How Much Will It Cost: $30,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

The Dodge Hornet (2006 concept pictured above) will share a platform and engines with the Alfa Romeo Tonale. It’ll have different styling, though. Leaked photos suggest the styling is more chiseled than on the Alfa.

2023 Ferrari Purosangue

Ferrari Purosangue Enhanced Teaser

How Much Will It Cost: $350,000+ (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early/Mid 2023

The Ferrari Purosangue – the Italian sports car maker’s first SUV – will debut sometime in summer 2022. The company confirms that it has a new V12, but there are no output details about the powerplant yet. Production begins before the end of 2022, and deliveries should commence in the first half of '23.

2023 Genesis GV90

Genesis GV90 Unofficial Rendering

How Much Will It Cost: $80,000+ (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Late 2023/ Early 2024

The Genesis GV90 will be an electric SUV that will sit at the top of the brand’s lineup. It will offer room for seven occupants and will have a luxurious interior. The body will likely share styling cues with the GV60, but this one will have a larger footprint.

2023 Lamborghini Urus

Lamborghini Urus

How Much Will It Cost: $220,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early/Mid 2023

The refreshed Lamborghini Urus will allegedly debut at the 2022 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance and go on sale the following year. The twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 will possibly gain some power over the current 641 horsepower (479 kilowatts). A hybrid version might join the range, too.

2023 Lotus Eletre

Lotus Eletre Grey Front Angle

How Much Will It Cost: $80,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

The Eletre EV is Lotus’ first crossover. The company says some trims make as much as 900 hp. The battery with over 100 kilowatt-hours of capacity provides an estimated WLTP range of 373 miles. It goes on sale in China in 2023, before arriving in Europe and the UK. Lotus is keeping the timing of the planned North American launch a secret for now. 

2023 Lexus LF

Lexus LF-1 Limitless Concept

How Much Will It Cost: $85,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Late 2023

The Lexus LF-1 Limitless concept (above) will spawn an ultra-luxurious SUV. It would allegedly be among the vehicles to use Lexus' new twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8. Unlike the concept, the production version will reportedly be available with three rows of seats.

2023 Polestar 3

Polestar 3 Teaser

How Much Will It Cost: $50,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early 2023

The Polestar 3 electric crossover will debut in October 2022 and sales will start the following year. Buyers will be able to select single- or dual-motor powertrains. There will be two rows of seating. Polestar will build the 3 in the US.

2023 Porsche Macan EV

2024 Porsche Macan EV rendering

How Much Will It Cost: $65,000+ (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Late 2023

The Porsche Macan EV will ride on the PPE platform that Audi is also using for the Q6 E-Tron. The latest spy shots suggest the electric crossover has split headlights. There would be a variety of powertrains available, including single- and dual-motor layouts. The battery likely has a capacity of around 100 kilowatt-hours.

2023 Toyota Crown

Toyota Crown

How Much Will It Cost: $65,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid-2023

The Toyota Crown has been part of the automaker’s lineup in Japan for decades. The model is reportedly becoming a crossover and coming to North America in the summer of 2023. Hybrid and fully electric powertrains would be available. The product would occupy the range-topping position in Toyota’s SUV range in the US. 


2024 Future SUVs

2024 Honda Prologue

Honda Prologue

How Much Will It Cost: $40,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

The Honda Prologue will be the first of the brand's new family of electric models. This crossover EV will use the Ultium platform and batteries from General Motors. While further technical details aren't currently available, the rendering previews its chiseled styling.

2024 Hyundai Ioniq 7

Hyundai Seven Concept

How Much Will It Cost: $55,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

The Hyundai Ioniq 7 is a large, electric SUV with styling akin to the Seven concept (pictured above). It rides on the E-GMP platform that's also underneath the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia EV6, and Genesis GV60. The automaker estimates a range of over 300 miles.

2024 Mercedes-Benz EQG

Mercedes-Benz Concept EQG Side View

How Much Will It Cost: $150,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

The EQG Concept from 2021 will become a production vehicle in 2024. If it matches the show car, the electric SUV has four electric motors and has the ability to do 360-degree tank turns. The battery reportedly uses silicon anode chemistry for a higher density.

2024 Mini Paceman

Mini John Cooper Works Paceman

How Much Will It Cost: $40,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

The Mini Paceman (previous generation pictured above) name will allegedly return as a four-door electric crossover. The styling will reportedly have a strong similarity to the smaller Mini Cooper.

2024 Volkswagen ID. Buzz

2022 ID. Buzz

How Much Will It Cost: $50,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

The Volkswagen ID. Buzz arrives in Europe later in 2022, but people in the United States don't get the van until 2024. The version for the US rides on a longer wheelbase than its European counterpart and might be available with a bigger battery pack.


2025 Future SUVs

2025 Cadillac Electric SUV

2023-Cadillac-LYRIQ-007

How Much Will It Cost: $50,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early 2025

Cadillac showed its dealers the design for an electric crossover roughly the size of the current XT4. The plan is for the company to sell both the EV and ICE vehicles simultaneously.

2025 Chrysler Airflow

Chrysler Airflow Graphite Concept (exterior)

How Much Will It Cost: $45,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2025

Chrysler will introduce a production version of its Airflow concept in 2025. It reportedly rides on the Stellantis STLA Medium platform. These underpinnings should allow for a range of 350 and 400 miles. Power reportedly comes from front and rear electric motors for a total output of around 400 hp. 

2025 Volvo Electric Crossover

Volvo Concept Recharge Exterior Front View

How Much Will It Cost: $55,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early/Mid 2025

In early 2025, Volvo will allegedly begin building a new electric crossover at its factory in South Carolina. It has the codename V546 and allegedly sits in between the XC60 and XC90 in the brand’s lineup. No mechanical details are available yet, the vehicle would have advanced driver assistance technology. 


2026 Future SUVs

2026 Audi Q8 E-Tron

Audi E-Tron facelift first spy photo

How Much Will It Cost: $70,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2026

With Audi now using the E-Tron moniker on a variety of vehicles, it doesn’t make as much sense to have a standalone model with this name. In 2026, the new generation of the electric crossover reportedly gets the name Q8 E-Tron.

2026 Large Lincoln EV

2022 Lincoln Navigator Side View

How Much Will It Cost: $90,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2026

Lincoln wants to have a fully electric lineup by 2030. As part of this, the brand is planning a large model that would be about the size of the Navigator. It reportedly shares a platform with the Ford F-150 Lightning. Expect an arrival in 2026.

2026 Scout SUV / Truck

VW Group All-Electric Pickup Brand

How Much Will It Cost: $50,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2026

VW Group will revive the International Harvester Scout as a dedicated EV brand. There will be both SUV and pickup configurations, and the brand will engineer them with a focus on the United States. Technical details aren't yet available for either of them.


2028 Future SUVs

2028 Chrysler Electric Minivan

2022 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

How Much Will It Cost: $50,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2028

Chrysler is sticking by the minivan market even as the brand moves into electrification. This model reportedly arrives in 2028 riding on the STLA Large platform. The company plans this to be a fresh take on the minivan segment and not just an electric Pacifica. 

2028 Lamborghini Electric Crossover

Lamborghini Urus 4 Years Of History

How Much Will It Cost: $250,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2028

Like most other automakers, Lamborghini is eventually going to sell EVs. The Italian brand’s first offering reportedly arrives in 2028, and it's allegedly a crossover with a 2+2 seating layout


2023 Future Trucks

Ford F-150 Raptor R

Ford F-150 Raptor R

How Much Will It Cost: $80,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Early 2023

The Ford F-150 Raptor R will replace the muscle truck's EcoBoost V6 with a supercharged 5.2-liter V8. Specs for this application of the engine are yet available, but this mill makes 760 hp in the Mustang Shelby GT500. Spy shots also suggest the meaner model has a revised suspension. The unveiling might be in 2022, but don't expect to see this model in showrooms until 2023.

2023 Tesla Cybertruck

2021 Tesla Cybertruck

How Much Will It Cost: $40,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2023

The Tesla Cybertruck is one of the most polarizing new vehicle debuts we’ve seen in quite some time. When Elon Musk unveiled the angular pickup 2019, he promised a 0-60 time of less than 3.0 seconds and a driving range of over 500 miles in the Tri-Motor AWD model, and even 250 miles of range in the Single Motor RWD version. But, we won’t see a production version until 2023, according to Musk. Prices could start at around $40,000 for the 250-mile version, with the 500-mile model asking about $70,9000 before options.


2024 Future Trucks

2024 Chevrolet Silverado HD ZR2 / GMC Sierra HD AT4X

2020 GMC Sierra HD: First Drive

How Much Will It Cost: $70,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

The Chevy Silverado HD ZR2 and GMC Sierra HD AT4X will be more rugged variants of these heavy-duty pickups coming for the 2024 model year. The upgrades will reportedly include 35-inch Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT tires, revised bumpers for better approach and departure angles, skid plates, suspension tweaks, and locking front and rear differentials. 

2024 Ram 1500 BEV

New Ram 1500 BEV Teasers

How Much Will It Cost: $50,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

In 2024, Ram will join the electric pickup segment with a production version of the 1500 BEV Concept. It rides on the STLA Frame platform. Available battery capacities reportedly range from 159 kWh to more than 200 kWh. Judging by the teasers, the styling is a more aerodynamic take on the brand’s current design language. 

2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV

2024 Chevrolet Silverado Live Exterior Photos

How Much Will It Cost: $40,000 (est.)
When Will It Be Available: Mid 2024

Chevy will enter the electric pickup segment with the Silverado EV that will arrive for the 2024 model year. It will launch with WT and RST trim levels. The maximum estimated range will be around 400 miles. Chevy will offer trim levels with pricing ranging from about $40,000 to over $80,000. 

FAQs

What year will all cars be electric?

While there’s no single year in which all cars will switch from gasoline to electricity, some companies, like Bentley, have already promised to go all-in on battery power, while others like BMW, GM, and Volkswagen promise electrified lineups within the next few years. On the governmental side, California has already moved to pass a law banning new gas-powered vehicle sales in the state by the year 2035.

What new model cars are coming out in 2021?

This year should be a big year for a number of manufacturers. We’ll see new debuts from American companies like Ford, with the Mach-E and Bronco, as well as Rivian for its electric R1T pickup, plus other fresh vehicles like the Polestar 2, Infiniti QS Inspiration, and BMW M3 and M4, among many others.

What cars are coming out in 2025?

Although we’re still a ways off from 2025, there are a number of new vehicles we expect to debut in four years. One of the most exciting debuts scheduled for 2025 is the Cadillac Celestiq, which promises to be the American luxury brand’s flagship electric sedan. Another vehicle we’re looking forward to is a rumored Lamborghini sedan, which could join the lineup in 2025 alongside the Urus SUV.

 
 
 
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