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11 Electric Cars You Can Look Forward to Driving in 2023

2023 is shaping up to be quite an exciting year for electric cars, and there are many models we can't wait to see hit the road.

Electric Cars You Can Look Forward to Driving in 2023

The future is bright for electric vehicles, and it's exciting to see the progress that's being made. Whether you want to buy an affordable commuter car, a high-end luxury SUV, or anything in between, there's an EV for you. It's also worth noting that electric vehicles have become increasingly more viable over time, so don't be afraid to give one a try!

As the year draws to a close, we're looking forward to all the cool EVs that are on their way. 2023 is shaping up to be quite an exciting year for electric cars, and there are many models we can't wait to see hit the road.

Read on to explore the most exciting electric vehicles coming out in 2023!

1Lucid Air Sapphire

Lucid Air Sapphire

The Lucid Air Sapphire will probably be one of the most exciting electric vehicles to launch in 2023. It's especially exciting because it might kick off an all-out competition between Lucid and Tesla. The Sapphire is a performance-oriented version of the Lucid Air, and it's out to destroy the Tesla Model S Plaid—and maybe even other EVs too!

Lucid's press release on the Sapphire calls it the "world's first fully electric luxury super-sports sedan," which is an apparent jab at Tesla. It's great to see automakers promoting healthy competition like this!

The Lucid Air Sapphire will be available for reservation starting in August 2022. Production will begin in the first half of 2023, so deliveries should start mid-2023.

2Lagonda All-Terrain

Lagonda All-Terrain

Aston Martin has revived its Lagonda brand as an all-electric luxury brand for the well-heeled. The first offering, called the All-Terrain, looks more like an Aston Martin wagon than anything else and will go on sale next year.

The All-Terrain will ride on the same chassis as the DBX, and chief executive Andy Palmer says he expects it will have performance capabilities similar to Aston Martin's 007 gasoline-powered counterparts. The All-Terrain will also have a range of over 300 miles between charges.

3Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla has built quite a name for itself as a creator of electric sports cars. But what if you want to go camping and you don't have a truck? Fortunately, the company has plans to release the Cybertruck, which will be resistant to almost anything life throws at it. The exterior is made from Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless steel, so it will be nearly impossible to break through. Even the windows are made from polymer-layered composite materials so you can wave goodbye to cracks and chips!

The Cybertruck is a performance electric truck that offers up to 3,500 pounds of payload capacity, has a towing capability of 14,000 pounds, and comes with six seats with additional storage under the second-row seats. The 17-inch touchscreen offers adaptive air suspension and can go from 0 to 60 mph in under 3 seconds with up to 500 miles of range. It comes in single, dual, and triple motor versions at $40,000, $50,000, and $70,000, respectively, with a full self-driving option for an additional $10k.

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4BMW i7

BMW i7

The i7 will be BMW's flagship electric car model. It will compete with the Mercedes EQS and other large EV luxury sedans, and BMW has already previewed its overall shape with photos of a prototype model testing. It will make its debut in 2022 and will likely reach U.S. markets in 2023.

The BMW i7 comes equipped with the latest electric powertrain technology, which enables a 101.7 kWh battery pack that will allow it to travel up to 625 km on a single charge, with an estimated EPA range of “up to 310 miles”.

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5Mercedes-Benz EQG

Mercedes-Benz EQG

At the 2021 auto show in Munich, Mercedes-Benz debuted a concept EV version of its iconic G-Wagen. The EQG will feature four motors and all-wheel drive, with unknown pricing, range, and horsepower details. Few automakers have launched an off-road electric vehicle like the EQG, but it will hit showrooms next year.

We’re expecting the EGQ’s powertrain to be more powerful than the G550’s gas-powered drivetrain, which has 416 hp. Some of EGQ’s main competitors will probably be the Rivian R1S and Bollinger B2. We'll have to wait and see which car comes out on top.

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6Audi A6 E-Tron

Audi A6 E-Tron

The Audi A6 e-Tron is a concept car, but Audi says it's close to what the production model will look like. It's based on the scalable Premium Platform Electric (PPE) architecture that can be lengthened, lifted, and widened for various electric models. The A6 e-Tron will go on sale alongside the gas-powered A6—and it's likely to be the first electric car we see based on PPE.

The company promises that the car will be able to cover 435 miles on a single charge, provided the battery has been fully charged. The EV will be equipped with a 100kWh battery and support fast charging at 270 kW if the right charging station is available.

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7Chevrolet Silverado EV

Chevrolet Silverado EV

Chevy says the electric Silverado RST will put out more than 660 hp and more than 780 lb-ft of torque with Chevrolet's Wide Open Watts high-performance mode engaged. Yes, Wide Open Watts is a horrible name, but at least the truck delivers on the numbers. The EV WT work truck model will be available in Spring 2023, and the fully-equipped RST First Edition will arrive in Fall 2023.

The Silverado RST promises a range of 400 miles on a single charge, which is quite impressive for a vehicle of this size, and also offers a towing capacity of 10,000 pounds.

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8Chevrolet Blazer EV

Chevrolet Blazer EV

Chevy's Blazer Electric Vehicle will be available in summer 2023. This sporty SUV looks amazing from a styling perspective. It resembles a Mach-E but with a sportier body kit, and it works on the Blazer.

If you think this Chevy SUV is just another boring family car, think again. It's expected to go from 0-60 mph in under 4 seconds—a very quick time for a mid-size SUV. As a result, it should sell well, especially considering that SUVs are all the rage. Plus, EVs are hot right now.

9Hyundai IONIQ 6

Hyundai IONIQ 6

The Ioniq 6 will be a competitor to the Tesla Model 3, among others. Its styling is inspired by Hyundai's Prophecy concept from 2020, and it's expected to offer up to 300 miles of range when it launches in early 2023.

The IONIQ 6 has a retro-futuristic design that makes it stand out. One cool design touch is the pixel LED theme used all over the car. These lights give off a Back To The Future vibe that makes it stand out among its competitors. This is a really exciting product from Hyundai that should be on many EV shoppers' lists.

10Jeep Wrangler EV

Jeep Wrangler EV

The Jeep Magneto, a concept version of the Wrangler EV, looks and sounds like it will be an attractive choice for those who love driving on extreme terrains. The Magneto will most likely feature a 285-hp electric motor alongside a 6-speed manual transmission.

On the surface, the Jeep Wrangler EV looks like a two-door Rubicon. Jeep also teased a video of a hiking adventure that shows the Wrangler EV driving itself to the end of the trail to give its occupants a ride back. Don't get too excited, though—the production model won't arrive until 2023.

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11Kia EV9

Kia EV9

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Kia is currently working on the EV9, a concept vehicle that will be one of the most futuristic electric cars in history. The EV9 will include features such as an incorporated solar panel and fast-charging capabilities. Kia expects the EV9 to have a range of around 300 miles and a battery that will support 350-kilowatt charging. The dashboard will feature a 27-inch infotainment display.

The Korean firm has also revealed that its new electric vehicle, the EV9, will debut next year. The car is expected to hit UK markets later next year.

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