EVERY new electric car coming in 2024

Fisker Ocean

Price: £36,900 – £57,900Battery range: 275-440 milesLaunch date: January 2024

The Ocean is an all-electric SUV which is roughly the size of a Škoda Enyaq or Volkswagen ID.4, at 4,640 long, 1,930 wide and 1,615 high. It is built on an all-new lightweight platform developed by Fisker and is available in front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive forms.

Reservations are open now, with first deliveries expected in early 2024. You can choose from three variants, starting with the £36,900 Sport, which has a single motor and range of 289 miles. The £50,900 Ultra gets 429 miles of range and all-wheel drive, while the all-wheel-drive Ultimate extends that range to 440 miles.

Although the Ocean will have a 400 volt electrical system rather than 800 volt system as fitted to the Kia EV6, Hyundai IONIQ 5 and Porsche Taycan, Fisker claims that both battery options – the 106kWh Hyper Range and 80kWh Touring Range – will be able to DC fast charge at speeds of up to 250kW. This puts it on a par with Tesla, which offers a similar speed from a 400 volt system. Should this be the case, the Ocean will be able to add around 100 miles range in under eight minutes and an 80% charge in under 30 minutes.

Kia EV5

Price: £43,000 – £55,000 (est)Battery range: 275-330 miles (est)Launch date: mid 2024

If the vast Kia EV9 is just too big for your needs, the 2024 Kia EV5 could be right up your street. The 4.6m long Kia EV5 uses the company’s dedicated EV platform, called E-GMP, which is also used in the EV6 and Hyundai Ioniq 5 and 6.

The standard model, equipped with a 64kWh battery pack and a 215bhp motor, is expected to have a driving range of around 330 miles per charge. The long-range model, featuring an 88kWh battery, is expected to reach 450 miles per charge.

The long-range AWD model will have two motors producing 308bhp. With the AWD EV5, Kia is targeting a driving range of 405 miles. Additionally, the EV5 offers fast-charging capability, allowing the battery to be charged from 30 to 80 per cent capacity in 27 minutes.

Ford Explorer

Price: £40,000 (est)Battery range: 218-335 milesLaunch date: Summer 2024

Ford will finally add a second model to its electric line-up in 2024 in the form of the Explorer crossover. It uses Volkswagen’s MEB platform (the framework that underpins all the German brand’s ID. models) as a base for the new car thanks to a technology-sharing deal signed by the two firms two years ago. Thankfully, the technology is Ford’s own though.

The Explorer will be positioned against models such as the VW ID.4 and Skoda Enyaq and feature the same battery and motor options as the VW Group models, meaning 52kWh or 77kWh batteries good for up to 335 miles of range, and between 201 and 335bhp. Ford has previously said that it will build two cars based on the MEB platform, including a van and maybe even a sporty car. Maybe we could get an electric Capri?

Production has already been earmarked for Ford’s Cologne plant which is undergoing a multi-million-euro refit as the brand turns its focus to electric cars. There has been a six-month delay though, due to new rules around battery production, which means the Explorer’s arrival has been pushed back until the middle of 2024. Hopefully it will be worth the wait.

​​Smart #3

Price: £40,000-£45,000Battery range: 270-283 milesLaunch date: Q1 2024

The Smart brand has spent over 20 years making dinky city cars, so the recently arrived #1 and the incoming #3 are a bit of a culture shock. The first is already on sale and is a five-door family vehicle that’s longer than a VW ID.3. The second is due to arrive in the UK in early 2024 and is even bigger.

Set to compete with the VW ID.4 and Tesla Model Y, the #3 is 4.4 metres long and 1.8 metres wide but shares much of its interior and exterior looks with the more compact #1. It also shares the #1’s 66kWh battery, which is good for between 270 and 283 miles of range depending on the trim level. 150kW charging allows for a 10-80% top-up in less than 30 minutes.

Entry level #3s get a single rear-mounted motor with 268bhp and a 0-62mph time of 5.8 seconds while all-wheel-drive BRABUS editions get 422bhp and sprint to 62mph in just 3.7 seconds.

Deliveries have already started in Smart’s native Germany, with UK models set to arrive in early 2024.

BYD Seal U

Price: £40,000 – £46,000 (est)Battery range: 261-311 milesLaunch date: Early 2024

At BYD, things are happening fast. It’s true that the Chinese only announced their European launch last autumn and did not even start selling in the UK until a few months ago. The Atto 3 will be very quickly followed by another four all-electric models. The compact Dolphin is already in showrooms and about to be joined by the Seal saloon, ready to go up against the Tesla Model 3. From early 2024, they’ll be joined by the Seal U, which competes against models such as the VW ID.4, Skoda Enyaq, Ford Explorer and Nissan Ariya with estimated prices starting at around £40,000.

We were impressed by the Seal saloon, which is a real contender. The Seal U is an attractive package too, and will appeal to many of the drivers who are currently driving an internal combustion car like a Nissan Qashqai. However the pricing will be key, as the Seal U is decidedly average in many key areas.

Polestar 3 & 4

Price: £79,900- £85,500Battery range: 347-379 milesLaunch date: Q2 2024

Polestar is set for a busy year in 2024 with the arrival of two new models to join the recently updated Polestar 2.

First off is the Polestar 3, which we’ve already had a close look at in the studio. This mid-sized SUV will launch in the first half of 2024 with an all-wheel-drive powertrain and a 107kWh battery pack (usable) as standard, which, according to Polestar, can deliver a driving range of up to 379 miles on the WLTP cycle. Polestar sees the 3 as a car that will tempt buyers away from luxury combustion-engined SUV such as the Range Rover Sport, BMW X7 and Porsche Cayenne. When framed like this (all these cars are £75k+), the Polestar’s £79,000 starting price makes more sense.

And for those who really can’t get enough Polestar, the brand is also tipped to launch the controversial Polestar 4 in 2024. The “performance SUV coupe” will slot between the 2 and 3 in terms of size and price, and will be the brand’s fastest production car ever thanks to a 534bhp twin-motor option. A 94kWh battery should be good for up to 372 miles of driving in less extreme single-motor versions, and will charge at up to 200kW.

Citroen e-C3

Price: £21,000Battery range: 199 milesLaunch date: Q2 2024

We love Citroen’s bold attitude, making cars like the Ami and the Oli concept. And now we love them just a little bit more, because of this – the new e-C3. It’s a car we are promised will cost around £21,000 when it goes on sale in early 2024 and have nearly 200 miles of driving range.

The e-C3 gets a 111bhp electric motor at the front along with a 44kWh battery pack which according to the official figures will be good for 199 miles of range. You can also expect larger batteries to join the range, but they won’t – of course – come with that affordable £21,000 price tag.

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It will enable many more drivers to join the electric revolution with a sensibly-priced small family car with a decent range, performance and practicality. If it drives well too, this could be a real winner from Citroen.

MINI Cooper and Countryman

Price: £30,000-£34,500Battery range: 190-250 milesLaunch date: Spring 2024

MINI has some big plans for electrifying its range and is set to expand its battery-powered line-up with a host of new models. First up will be what is effectively a direct replacement for the current three-door MINI electric. That will arrive next year and will initially be built in China before production begins at Mini’s Oxford factory, where the current one is manufactured, in 2026.

It will be available in either E and SE levels, offering 190 or 250-miles of officially-measured range – a big increase from the outgoing MINI’s 145 miles. The price will start at £30,000 for the E and £34,500 for the bigger-battery SE, with the first cars arriving in spring 2024.

If you want your MINI to be a little less mini, you’ll need to hang on until later in 2024 when a fully electric Countryman arrives. The five-door crossover SUV grows in size, gaining 60mm in height and 130mm in length. This gives more interior space, adding just under 30mm of additional width in the shoulder and elbow area, while rear passengers get 25mm of extra space.

The car features a completely new powertrain and is available in two variants which mirror the Cooper’s – E and SE. The Countryman E will cost £41,500 and uses a 64.7kWh battery which provides up to 287 miles of electric range. It uses a 201bhp motor propelling it from 0-62mph in 8.6 seconds.

​​Peugeot e-3008

Price: £40,000+ (est) Battery range: 326-435 miles Launch date: February 2024

Peugeot has already started its assault on the electric car world with the e-208 and e-308 hatchback and estate, and from early 2024 families after a bit more space will also have the new e-3008 to consider.

The e-3008 ‘fastback’ SUV goes on sale in February 2024 with three battery and motor combinations in the pipeline. Later in the year we’ll see a 227bhp long-range version capable of up to 435 miles thanks to a 98kWh battery but early models will be 207bhp versions with a range of 326 miles. Peugeot is also set to add a four-wheel-drive version with 316bhp and a range of 326 miles at a later date.

Regardless of the battery/motor combo, every e-3008 offers a stylish interior with room for five and the latest i-Cockpit with up to 21 inches of digital screens. Charging will be at up to 160kW DC and there’ll be a 22kW AC option along with innovative vehicle-to-load connectivity.

There’s no official word on pricing but it’s likely the e-3008 will kick off at around £40,000 – in line with the Volkswagen ID.4.

Porsche Macan

Price: £65,000+ (est)Battery range: 310 milesLaunch date: Spring/summer 2024

Porsche – a brand famous for its gas guzzling sports cars – may seem an unlikely torchbearer for the electric car revolution, but the German giant has huge plans to electrify its range. The game-changing Taycan saloon has shown that Porsche wants to be at the forefront of the sector while its plans to replace its best-selling 718 Boxster and Cayman with pure-electric versions show that German brand isn’t scared of making big decisions.

The Macan SUV is set to be Porsche’s second fully electric car and – although it’s delayed while they fiddle with the software – it is still expected to make an appearance in early 2024. While the petrol-powered version will continue on sale (after a facelift), the electric version is an all-new car, built from the ground up to be electric. It will have the same ultra-fast charging capability of the Taycan and, of course, the same warp speed performance thanks to a two-motor setup offering as much as 603bhp. A 100kWh battery should be good for at least 310 miles of range.

Renault Scenic & Renault 5

Price: £45,000-£50,000 (est)Battery range: 261-385 milesLaunch date: Q1 2024

​Renault is bringing back the Scenic name for another family-friendly model, but this time it’ll be on an electric SUV to rival the Volkswagen ID.4.

Just as the original Scenic was a larger, more practical version of the 1990s Megane hatchback, the new Scenic E-Tech sits above the Megane E-Tech in Renault’s all-electric model range.

Under the sharply-styled body lies the same platform used on the smaller Megane E-Tech and Nissan’s Ariya. There are 60kWh and 87kWh battery packs available giving up to 261 and 385 miles respectively, claims Renault, and a max charging speed of 130kWh for the 60kWh and 150kWh for the larger battery.

With prices for the Megane E-Tech topping out at £41,995, we’d expect the Scenic E-Tech to kick off at just under the £45,000 mark rising to around £50,000 when it goes on sale next year.

Joining the large Scenic at the other end of Renault’s electric car range in 2024 will be the all-new Renault 5. Pitched at the same market as Citroen e-C3 and Fiat Panda, this hotly anticipated five-door supermini is likely to cost less than £25,000 and offer two battery options with a maximum range of around 250 miles when it goes on sale in the second half of the year.

Audi A6 e-tron & Q6 e-tron

Price: From £65,000 (est)Battery range: 435 miles (est)Launch date: Summer 2024

These days every other Audi you see is a jacked-up sports utility, but the company used to be best known for its swish saloons like the A6. It hasn’t given up on them, hence the incoming, latest generation A6, which will have an e-tron electric version in saloon and estate guises.

A couple of years back a thinly disguised prototype appeared as a four-wheel-drive concept car with twin motors producing 469bhp and providing supercar levels of performance. There will be twin-motor production versions too and you can also expect gentler, two-wheel-drive A6 e-trons.

Rapid charging will feature, using Porsche Taycan-like 800 volt technology. When paired to an appropriate rapid charger the A6 e-tron will have sucked up enough juice to travel about 200 miles in around ten minutes. Fifteen minutes after that it will have taken on up to 80 per cent charge.

The car is designed to cleave the air efficiently and even the paint is engineered to reduce drag and deflect solar radiation, keeping the Audi cooler so its air con doesn’t have to work as hard.

Whether the prototype’s headlamp technology, which can project text and even videos, will make it into production cars remains to be seen, but it would certainly provide a bit of essential one-upmanship over the Tesla Model S.

Before the sleek saloon and estate arrive, however, we will have to accept yet another SUV, in the shape of the Q6 e-tron. Predictably, this fits between the smaller Q4 e-tron and larger Q8 e-tron and is closely related to the inbound electric Porsche Macan. It’s based on the same platform as the A6 e-tron and is expected to come with a similar choice of motors and power outputs and the same ultra-rapid charging. Expect it to cost somewhere in the £60,000-£70,000 region when it arrives in early 2024.

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Fiat Panda

Price: £23,000 (est)Battery range: 200 miles (est)Launch date: July 2024

The current Panda is basically a re-working of a design idea that is over 20 years old. Its replacement is to be very different, not least because it will be powered by electricity.

In 2019 Fiat celebrated its 120th birthday with a show car called the Centoventi, which paid tribute to the original 1980 launched Panda by being very square indeed. A toned down version of the Centoventi is expected to make production wearing Panda badges in time for Fiat’s 125th anniversary in July 2024.

Set to sit beneath the existing, and increasingly expensive, 500e, the new Panda is likely to be bigger than the outgoing model and have a less-is-more minimalistic aesthetic that will be a modern day take on the original version. We expect a similar budget-friendly approach to the related Citroen e-c3. It remains to be seen how many of the show car’s wilder touches – back-hinged rear doors, detachable panel work and different sized ‘plug in your own’ dashboards – make production, but the Centoventi gives a very good idea of how the car will look.

Also set to make an appearance in 2024 is the Fiat Topolino micro-EV, which is based on the surprise hit Citroen Ami.

Volkswagen ID.7

Price: £55,570Battery range: 388-435 milesLaunch date: January 2024

A​fter the ID.3 hatchback and ID.4 and 5 SUVs, the ID.7 is Volkswagen’s first attempt at an electric saloon and it’s one we’re really excited about. Especially as there’s an estate version on the way, too.

Set to arrive in the UK in the next couple of months, the ID.7 is a large (five metres long) premium saloon that’ll square up to the Hyundai Ioniq 6, Tesla Model 3, BMW i4 and Polestar 2. Size-wise it’s also comparable to the Mercedes EQE, although significantly cheaper.

Some versions of the ID.7 will use the same 77kWh battery as other ID models, which should offer more than 380 miles of range. New for the ID.7, however, is an 86kWh unit that should be good for 435 miles officially and accept 200kW charging, compared to the smaller one’s 170kW.

The saloon gets a class-leading 532-litre boot and the tourer – due later in 2024 – will expand this slightly, while offering a more practical load space that can be stretched to more than 1,700 litres with the rear seats folded.

Volkswagen has confirmed that the first models to go on sale in January will be high-spec Pro Launch Edition, priced at £55,370, with cheaper variants set to join the line-up later.

Dacia Spring

Price: £18,000 (est)Battery range: 140 milesLaunch date: Summer 2024

The Dacia Spring is already on sale in Europe, where it’s the continent’s cheapest electric car (the Ami quadricycle doesn’t count). From next year, British buyers will be able to get in on this affordable electric car action, with the Spring expected to cost in the region of £18,000 when it arrives in mid-2024.

The tiny Spring is a mini-SUV that’s barely any bigger than a VW Up, and is designed primarily for pootling around in urban environments, although it is able to take on higher-speed roads with a little patience.

The Spring’s specification reflects Dacia’s budget-conscious focus, so it has a relatively tiny 27kWh battery and a choice of either 45 or 65bhp motors. Thanks to its lightweight and low power, the battery should offer up to 140 miles of range but charging maxes out at 30kW, meaning a full refill will take a while. There’s also not a huge amount in high-tech features or secondary safety kit but Dacia says that because drivers shouldn’t have to pay more for equipment they don’t want.

Alpine A290

Price: £30,000-£35,000 (est)Battery range: 210-230 miles (est)Launch date: Q4 2024

The Alpine A290 is set to be a sportier cousin to the more mainstream Renault 5 when they both arrive in 2024.

Based on the same platform as the 5, the A290’s chassis will be tuned for a far more lively feel, with bespoke suspension, power and braking to offer what Alpine says will be a true electric hot hatch.

Technical details are still a little thin on the ground but we know the twin front motors and race-spec carbon chassis of the concept car won’t make it to market. Instead, the A290 will use a single front-mounted motor, expected to come in 215bbhp and 270bhp tunes. Battery size is also still to be confirmed but it seems likely the A290 will use the same 52kWh pack set to feature in the Renault 5. The similar-sized Renualt Zoe manages up to 238 miles from a 52kWh battery, so expect the Alpine to offer a similar official figure.

A 270bhp pocket-sized hatch from the makers of the A110? Consider us excited.

Lotus Emeya

Price: £90,000+ (est)Battery range: 315 miles+ (est)Launch date: Q3 2024

Hot on the heels of Lotus’s first SUV – the Eletre – is its first hyper-GT. The new flagship four-door, four-seater will go into production in 2024 and become the British brand’s third electric model after the Eletre and Evija hypercar.

Designed to face off against the Porsche Taycan, the most potent versions will offer up to 893bhp and a 0-62mph time of just 2.8 seconds. Lotus insists it will deliver the kind of driving experience the brand is famous for – with adaptive air suspension and active aero – as well as housing a luxurious and high-tech interior finished in the latest sustainable materials.

Lotus is expected to use a 102kWh battery pack in the Emeya and says that 350kW charging will allow a 10-80% recharge in as little as 18 minutes. Official range figures are still to be announced but Lotus has said the Emeya will be able to travel from Newcastle to London or Amsterdam to Paris on a charge – so we should expect a range of at least 315 miles.

MG Cyberster

Price: £50,000 to £60,000 (est)Battery range: 300 miles+ (est)Launch date: Summer 2024

Sticking with performance-focused electric cars, the striking MG Cyberster is due to arrive in mid-2024.

After a range of worthy SUVs and hatchbacks, MG has started down the performance path with the MG4 X Power and is heading back to its spiritual roots with this stunning two-door, drop-top sports car. The Cyberster is bigger than MGs of old – think BMW Z4 size – but has performance to match, with even entry level cars boasting more than 300bhp.

We’re still waiting on full technical details but MG has told Electrifying.com that the Cyberster will be sold with a single-motor 309bhp variant and a twin-motor, all-wheel-drive version with 536bhp. Battery size is likely to be the same 77kWh already in use, which should be good for around 300 miles of range.

Pricing is set to be between £50,000 and £60,000, which in the world of £50,000+ family SUVs makes the sporty Cyberster sound like a bit of a bargain.

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Cupra Tavascan

Price: £55,000 (est)Battery range: 321-341 milesLaunch date: Q3 2024

The Tavascan is Cupra’s second all-electric model, after the slightly-warm Born hatchback, and is set to turn up the temperature for the Spanish brand.

Based on the same MEB underpinnings as everything from the Born to the VW ID.5, the Tavascan is a large coupe-SUV preparing to challenge the Ford Mustang Mach-e, Nissan Ariya, Tesla Model Y and Audi Q4 e-tron at the higher end of the market.

Its sharp, sleek looks are certainly enough to get it noticed in that company and under the skin it will use dynamic chassis control and sports suspension to deliver on Cupra’s sporty ambitions.

Two versions will be available when it goes on sale in the second half of 2024 – a rear-wheel-drive one with 282bhp, and a four-wheel-drive VZ variant with 335bhp and a 0-62mph time of 5.6 seconds. Both versions will use a 77kWh battery pack, offering between 321 and 341 miles, along with 135kW charging.

Volvo EX90

Price: From £96,255Battery range: 363 milesLaunch date: Q3 2024

The Volvo EX90 should already be with us. The massive seven-seat electric car was due to be on the roads by the end of 2023 but the need for more software development has pushed production back six months and we’re not likely to see it before the middle of 2024.

When it does arrive it’ll be the most expensive, most technologically advanced Volvo ever, featuring radar, cameras and LiDAR sensors to aid advanced driver assistance systems, and built-in 5G connectivity. With seven seats, it’s effectively an electric replacement for the XC90 and brings all the top-end creature comforts you’d expect for £100,000.

All versions are four-wheel drive and feature a 107kWh battery. Standard Twin Motor versions produce 402bhp and offer 363 miles of range, while Twin Motor Performance spec ups the power to 510bhp and cuts the range to 360 miles. Both variants support 250kW charging, which will take it from 10% to 80% in 30 minutes.

SsangYong Torres EVX

Price: From £40,000 (est)Battery range: 250-300 miles (est)Launch date: March/April 2024

Budget Korean brand SsangYong will make its second foray into the electric car world in early 2024 with the striking looking Torres EVX.

After the damp squib of the Korando e-Motion, the Torres is a more interesting prospect, designed from the ground up as an electric model. The tough-looking family SUV is already on sale in Korea and the UK will become the second market for the car in early 2024.

Powering the Torres is a 201bhp motor at the front wheels, with a 77kWh battery offering in the somewhere between 260 and 300 miles of range.

Size-wise, it’s up against everything from the VW ID.4 and Skoda Enyaq to the Tesla Model Y and Toyota bZ4X but expect this value-focused model to cost less than any of those. With the existing Korando e-Motion priced at around £35,000, we’d expect the Torres to come in somewhere around £40,000.

Chery Omoda 5

Price: £38,000 (est)Battery range: 217-274 milesLaunch date: March 2024

Chery is a big brand in other parts of the world and it has ambitions to make a name for itself here in Europe too.

The Omoda 5 is its first effort – a family SUV that lines up against the Hyundai Kona, Kia Niro and Nissan Qashqai. Like the Kia and Hyundai, there are combustion engine versions but there’s also an electric option that promises performance and range to match the Koreans, as well as similar space and equipment.

Entry level versions come with 134bhp and a 48kWh battery good for 217 miles of range, while more money will get you a 201bhp motor and 64kWh battery, with a 274-mile range. DC charging is limited to 110kW but Chery says that’s still enough to get from 0-80% in 30 minutes.

Matching established models in these areas is one thing, but the Omoda is going to have to offer great value to persuade buyers away from the Kia and Hyundai.

Maserati Granturismo Folgore & Grecale Folgore

Price: £190,000 (est)Battery range: 280 milesLaunch date: Q1 2024

Once famous for its howling V6 engines, Maserati is embracing electrification with battery-powered versions of two of its models, both due in 2024.

We’ve already driven the Grantourismo Folgore and were blown away by both its straight line pace and its incredibly sharp handling, plus the way it looks and feels like a true Italian grand tourer. Three motors (one at the front, two at the rear) are good for 751bhp or 819bhp in brief overboost spells, meaning the Folgore will hit 62mph in just 2.7 seconds. A large 83kWh battery means range of 292 miles and 270kW rapid charging will get you back on the move quickly

A £200k sports car might not be high on many of our shopping lists but it’s exciting to see how established brands are embracing electric.

Also due out in 2024 is the electric version of Maserati’s latest SUV – the luxurious Grecale. With 557bhp and a 0-62mph time of around 4 seconds, the Folgore is the most powerful and quickest version of the Grecale, while its 105kWh battery should offer between 300 and 350 miles of range.

BMW iX2

Price: £57,445Battery range: 259 – 266 milesLaunch date: March 2024

With deliveries due to start this coming March, the iX2 will join the BMW line-up as a sleeker, sportier partner to the iX1 SUV.

Drawing design inspiration from the larger X4 and X6 models, BMW describes it as a ‘Sports Activity Coupe’ and it shares its looks with the ICE X2 and its drivetrain with the slightly smaller iX1. There’s a light-up kidney grille for the real attention-seekers, as well as the same high-tech, high-quality interior features found in the impressive iX1.

There’s no equivalent to the iX1’s eDrive 20 two-wheel-drive model, so the iX2 is powered by two motors producing a combined 308bhp, which makes it good for 0-62mph in 5.6 seconds. The top speed is capped at 112mph. The 64.8kWh battery gives a range of up to 266 miles, while DC charging at 130kW means a 10-80% charge takes 29 minutes.

Kia EV3

Price: £26,000 – £32,000 (est)Battery range: 200-280 miles (est)Launch date: late 2024

It may only be a concept at the moment, but Kia has confirmed that the production version of the EV3 will be in showrooms next year. Set to replace the evergreen but ageing Soul in the brand’s line-up, it takes its design cues from the range-topping EV9.

While the exterior design is unlikely to change a great deal from the concept, the interior is expected to be more conventional than the concept, which features a button-free dashboard and rear-hinged back doors.

Kia has yet to reveal any details relating to the EV3, hardware, but we expect it to be built on the brand’s clever E-GMP platform that comes with 800 volt ultra-fast charging. Buyers are likely to be able to choose from two battery size options, along with two- and all-wheel drive.

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