Despite strong resistance, it becomes clear that internal-combustion vehicles will have to make way for new technologies. The number of electric vehicles is constantly growing and we are about to see plenty of amazing novelties for the next year. Many manufacturers will introduce their new models next year. Some of these models will be completely new, while some of famous gasoline/diesel-powered cars will finally get all-electric powertrain. Besides a completely environment-friendly character, these new models will have much more to offer. Unlike most of the models from previous years, these will offer really amazing driving experiences. Moreover, manufacturers are permanently working on the main drawback of electric cars – range. With newest technology achievements, most of these upcoming models will come with amazing numbers. Pretty much all models from our list will be able to make 200 miles on a single charge. Some of them will be capable of much more.
2019 Nissan Leaf
One of the most-anticipated electric cars was a second generation of the Nissan’s most famous electric model. The Japanese manufacturer launched the new version of the famous model this October. It comes with plenty of novelties, but the company already prepares some important changes for the second year of production. The 2019 Nissan Leaf will come with a completely new battery pack in the offer. The initial version of the second generation features a 40-kWh battery pack, which is enough for a max range of 150 miles. Next year, Nissan will offer a new battery with a capacity of 60 kWh, which will provide a max range of 225 miles, according to the company’s spokesman.
2019 Tesla Model 3
This luxury sedan is definitely one of the most demanding electric cars so far. It was unveiled this summer. Just a few months later, the company receives more than 500.000 orders, so the company is now working hard to expand its production capacities. The first limited series of the new model was launched this year, while the full-capacity production will begin next year, which means that it will actually come as 2019 Tesla Model 3. There are many reasons for such demand for this model. First of all, it is an electric car that will in its base variant feature a 240-mile range, while the extended-range version will be able to make more than 330 miles on a single charge. Also, this model features absolutely astonishing performances, sporty and premium design and plenty of other amazing characteristics. More about 2019 Tesla Model 3 you can read here.
2019 Tesla Model Y
Another completely new model that is about to come from the Silicon Valley manufacturer is 2019 Tesla Model Y. The new model will be a compact crossover. According to our reliable sources, it will share the platform with the upcoming Model 3, including electric motors and battery packs. So, we can expect similar results in terms of range, performances etc. Many experts predict that the new crossover could easily become even more popular than the highly-demanding sedan. This basically means that the company will be able to sell more than a million vehicles on this platform per year. Read the latest review about new 2019 Tesla Model Y.
2019 Tesla Pickup Truck
The electric carmaker goes even that far that there are plans for a pickup truck, as well as for real utility vehicles such as semi-trucks, buses etc. A small car-based pickup vehicle will probably be the first one to come, although the company already presented some sketches of the new semi. Will the new pickup feature the same shape in a smaller package or a completely new styling, time will show? So far, we can only rely on unofficial reports which suggest that the new pickup will share most of it pars with already existing models of the brand. Some reports also suggest that the first concept version could be unveiled already in the first half of next year. A full review of Tesla pickup you can read here.
2019 Audi e-tron Quattro and Sportback
The company from Ingolstadt also takes electric cars very seriously. Its e-tron lineup was established many years ago and we are now about to see two completely new models. The first one to come is a new 2019 e-tron Quattro, which will be the first all-electric crossover from the brand. Compared to conventional crossover from Audi’s lineup, it will stand somewhere between Q5 and Q7 models. Soon after, we will see e-tron Sportback. This will be a sportier version of the Quattro, featuring swoopier silhouette and coupe-like styling. Both models should have their premieres next year, while production is planned for 2019. More about this Audi electric SUV you can read here.
2019 BMW i5
You can expect some great things from the Bavarian carmaker too. This manufacturer already has several all-electric cars in its “I” lineup. There are already models lie i3 and i8, but the company now prepares a completely new i5 sedan. This model is still in the early stage of development, but some reports suggest a concept version already next year. On the other side, production could start already in 2019. The company promises amazing performances. The new sports car should be able to go from 0 to 60 in about 4 seconds, while the max range should go up to over 350 miles. More about upcoming BMW i5 you can read here.
2019 Bentley Electric Sports Car
Even the British luxury carmaker works on the new electric sports car. According to the latest reports, the company will utilize VW’s new J1 platform, which will also underprint the new electric car from Porsche, called Mission E. While the model from Porsche will be one of the fastest electric cars around, the 2019 Bentley Electric Sports Car a little bit slower, but far more luxurious. It will be an electric grand tourer, which will be able to go from zero to sixty in less than four seconds. Compared to Mission E, it will probably feature much shorter range. The company announced that the new model will be able to go from Milan to Monaco on a single charge, which is around 200 miles.
2019 Mercedes EQA
Mercedes-Benz plans to introduce 10 new electric cars by 2022 and 2019 Mercedes EQA should be the first one. The company recently presented an absolutely amazing concept version of this model and we can just hope that the production model will look as close as possible. The concept version features similar proportions to a familiar A-Class but comes in a completely unique design language, which will later be applied to all other electric vehicles. More precise details about performances, max range, and similar things are still unknown. However, various reports suggest that the new model will definitely be a hi-performance hatchback. More information about this concept you can find here.
2019 Mercedes EQC electric SUV
Another completely new model from the famous German manufacturer will be a 2019 Mercedes EQC electric SUV. This will be the first electric SUV in the company’s lineup and it will be compact in size. When it comes to styling, it will feature the same language as EQA concept. Unlike EQA, some details about this crossover are already known. The new model is likely to feature a 70-kWh battery pack. We have already heard some stories about the 500-mile range, but latest reports suggest something around 250 miles. Production of the new electric SUV will start soon. Moreover, the company is already taking orders in Norway.
2019 Mini Electric
At this year’s Frankfurt International Motorshow, we have also seen a premier of the 2019 Mini Electric Concept. The British manufacturer presented an electric concept which completely follows the brand’s recognizable design philosophy. On first sight, you can clearly see that it is a Mini. Besides familiar shape, the company also promises familiar driving characteristics. The exact numbers are still unknown, but several reports suggest that the new electric motor will have similar performances to a familiar 1.5-liter gasoline unit. On the other side, we expect at least 200-mile range. The production version of the new concept should come in about two years. Read our review of Mini Electric Car Concept.
2019 Porsche Mission E
The concept version of this hi-performance sedan appeared in 2015. A few years later, the production model has been caught on testing. According to the latest report, the new model is in the late stage of development and production should start in 2019. Our reliable source told us that Porsche plans to produce between 15.000 and 20.000 units per year. The 2019 Porsche Mission E will feature amazing performances. This electric car will come with two electric motors that will be able to run this car from zero to sixty in 3.5 seconds, and up to 120 in less than 12. A full review of Mission E read here.
On the other side, top speed should easily go over 160 miles per hour. The new model is expected to cost around 85.000 dollars and should be able to make more than 350 miles on a single charge.