10 Electric Cars for 2019 and Beyond
10 Electric Cars for 2019 and Beyond

– [Glenn] Are electric cars
still the wave of the future? Car makers seem to think so. From retro to futuristic, electric cars are coming out in droves. This is Glenn and today
we are bringing you 10 electric vehicles for 2019 and beyond. – [Woman] Number 10. – [Glenn] Aiming to rival
Bentley and Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin is relaunching
the Lagonda Brand and it will fully embrace
modern technology and efficiency of the electric
car design with a quiet zero emission drive train. Launched is a level four
full-autonomy vehicle with self-driving technology
built into the architecture of the car, the Saloon will
be the first of two Lagonda models that are inspired
by the vision concept to hit the market in 2021. This will have batteries that
are mounted into the floor, two electric motors driving
all four wheels, two front seats that can spin around
to face the rear, plenty of leg room for passengers
in the back and a range of 400 miles, with a full
wireless recharge of the batteries in 15 minutes. It is estimated that the
Lagonda Vision concept is 70 to 80% of what the final
car could include, with all the parts being viable for production. – [Woman] Number nine. – [Glenn] Looking close to
the EQ concept, Mercedes is launching the EQC all
electric sub brand that will include two electric motors
that put out 408 horsepower, and four wheel drive for
a range of 280 miles, and a top speed of 111 miles per hour. The front motor will have
the most efficiency while the rear motor is optimized
for better takeoff speed. This was also fitted with a
7.4 kilowatt onboard water cooled charger and will do
from zero to 62 miles per hour in 5.1 seconds. The blue LED headlights
with a black background and blue lettering make this
instantly recognizable as an EQ model. The rearend has a full length
lightbar that wraps around the back of the car. Keeping a low center of gravity
with improve crash safety, the 80 kilowatt hour
lithium ion battery weighs just over 1400 pounds. With a release date of early
2019, this will have a price of around $71,400. – [Woman] Number eight. – [Glenn] The Neo is a
China based startup led by CEO William Lee that has
raised over $1 billion in funding thanks to tech
giant Tencent, and had help from all over the world
including California and Europe. The Neo ES8 is an all wheel
drive electric vehicle that has two 240 kilowatt motors
and gets a range of up to 310 miles at 37 miles
per hour, will go from zero to 62 miles per hour in
4.4 seconds, and has a top speed of 111 miles per hour. This is the product of
three years of designing an electric SUV and even includes
an artificial intelligence driven personal assistant
that learns your preferences. The ES8 will have battery
swapping for the 70 kilowatt hour liquid cooled battery,
and Neo says they’ll build a network of 1,100 fast charging
stations in China by 2020. The price of these will
start out at $68,000. – [Woman] Number seven. – [Glenn] Porsche debuted
it’s all electric Mission E sedan concept two years
ago, later promising it’d go into production as the
Taycan, which is slightly different from the concept. The concept all electric
drive train consists of two magnet synchronous motors at
each axle, with a combined output of more than 600
horsepower, the concept hit 60 miles per hour
in 3.5 seconds, and 124 miles per hour in 12 seconds. The Taycan will be offered
with a choice of lithium ion battery packs, one offering
around 80 kilowatt hours and another offering 95 kilowatt
hours, and will initially be offered with three power
outputs, 402 horsepower, 536 horsepower, and 670 horsepower. Just like a Tesla, the Taycan
will likely get four wheel steering and torque
vectoring as well, with production starting sometime
before the end of 2019 as a 2020 model year car. Porsche will offer different
variants of the Taycan with a base price of $75,000. – [Woman] Number six. – [Glenn] The Croatian brand
Rimac first made a splash back in 2013 when it released
its very first production vehicle, the Concept One. And by 2014, all eight units
of the limited production run were sold. Rimac has now come out
with a Concept Two, an all electric two seat supercar
that can go from zero to 60 miles per hour in 18.5 seconds,
zero to 100 in 4.3 seconds, and has a time of 9.1
seconds in a quarter mile. And with 1,914 horsepower,
this has a top speed of 258 miles per hour. Four independent permanent
magnet electric motors, four wheel drive with softwork
controlled torque vectoring, and the brakes can recover
power back into the lithium manganese nickel battery,
which scores a 403 mile range on the NEDC test and takes
30 minutes to store 80% range using a fast charger. Start of production should
be in 2020 with a limited run of 150 units. – [Woman] Number five. – [Glenn] Starting in
December the new Jaguar I-PACE Championship is joining with
the FIA Formula E series for a new race that will
happen on the streets of some of the biggest cities
in the world including New York and Paris. Investing a small fortune,
Jaguar aims to maintain momentum from bringing its
I-PACE car to showrooms. The racecar has a roll cage,
racing pedals, race seat, a Cosworth digital display,
a panel of switch gear with buttons for the transmission,
and a racing steering wheel that controls settings
for the power train’s torque maps, energy
recuperation, and the racing anti-lock brakes. This racecar has a 90
kilowatt lithium ion battery, gets 395 horsepower, and
513 foot pound of torque. It can go from zero to 62
miles per hour in 4.5 seconds, and has a max speed of 121 miles per hour. Teams that want to participate
must have a driver that has an international C circuit
race license and you need to purchase a $530,000
arrive and drive package. – [Woman] Number four. – [Glenn] Having just secured
a $1 billion investment, Lucid Motors is teaming up
with Volkswagen’s electric charging company Electrify
America, which hopes to have 2,000 chargers installed
on 484 sites in the US by the end of 2019 to produce
its first electric vehicle, the Lucid Air. The company claims that with
unique lithium ion battery chemistry in cells developed
with LG Kim and Samsung SDI, will exceed current
benchmarks in power, battery life, and energy density including
tolerance of D/C fast charging. The Air’s top model, with all
wheel drive and dual motors putting out 1,000 horsepower
is expected to go from zero to 60 miles per hour in
2.5 seconds, have a top range of 400 miles and get a top
speed of 235 miles per hour. In 2020 Lucid will start with
a rear wheel drive model that has 400 horsepower and a
range of 240 miles, priced at $60,000 in the United States. – [Woman] Number three. – [Glenn] Kalashnikov,
the producer of the AK-47 assault rifle, unveiled
their entry into the electric car market at the army 2018,
an international trade fair. The CV1 has a retro look and
the body is modeled after the 2125 Combi. The Russian company says
their vehicle has complex systems and a revolutionary
inverter, and will have technology that will compare
with other electric car producers like Tesla. The CV1 will have a drive
train with a 90 kilowatt hour battery that gets 680
horsepower, does zero to 62 miles per hour in about
six seconds and has a range of 217 miles. The concept has a charging
port in the rear between the tail lights, nice performance
tires with multi-spoked wheels and a flat-nosed
grill, featuring stacked LED lights. No price or production
date of this vehicle is known at this time. – [Woman] Number two. – [Glenn] Another retro style
vehicle, the Honda Urban EV Concept will be
available for order early next year ahead of a full
production run starting in 2019. Honda’s first electric car
for Europe, this will be built on a new electronic platform
that will set the direction for the technology and
design of their future EV’s. No power train or range
details were given at launch, but Honda says that the car
would include integrated heat management and energy
transfer functions, a high density lightweight battery
pack, and a source at Honda suggested a short to middle
range of 155 miles is expected. This is likely to have a
standard cabin with five seats, a simplistic design with
significant glass areas, regular doors and a set
of wing mirrors making it to production. While it’s too early for
pricing, Honda has said the car will not be cheap,
and they would position it as a premium model. – [Woman] Number one. – [Glenn] Jaguar Land
Rover Classic announced the production of electric
powered Classic E-Type Jaguars and the provision of electric
power conversion services for existing Jaguar E-Types. The entire battery pack and
drive train swaps in and out in place of the
original six cylinder engine and gear box, and has the
same size, weight and location ensuring the weight
distribution is identical. The concept will have a
digital instrument cluster and central touch screen with
a more traditional cabin, a 40 kilowatt hour battery
pack, and with the 295 horsepower motor the car
will go from zero to 60 in less than seven seconds
with a range of between 125 and 200 miles. Jaguar Classic will either
convert an existing E-Type or source a donor vehicle
that can then be rebuilt to the new owner’s
specification, which will cost around the $500,000 that
are charged for one of the factory restored E-Types. Deliveries of the first
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100 thoughts on “10 Electric Cars for 2019 and Beyond”

  1. Zeek M says:

    It was a great video until you involved the british royals.

  2. rhyfel zen says:

    Those Russians just haven't got a bloody clue that Kalashnikov is absolutely terrible.

  3. Geoff Gowans says:

    Half of these are aimed squarely at the average consumer being priced at $60,000 – $75,000. Very cool!

  4. Russell Mayers says:

    BYD make a london taxi style car with a range of 300+ kms

  5. mrKoncpom says:

    "Full wireless charge in fifteen minutes" That Lagonda is a marvel! Oh, no, wait, that is a bullshit sandwich. Buy that car and a new power line to your home that will manage all the angry pixies needed to charge in fifteen minutes. But hey! With current battery tech you might be lucky enough to watch some spectacular fireworks!

  6. dan johnson says:

    I came here for the front of #3… I am leaving because of the back

  7. QuantumS1ngularity says:

    Companies have to stop thinking batteries and start thinking hydrogen fuel cells instead. We have already reached 90% of the maximum energy density for Lithium batteries. In other words – don't expect the range to advance much further, unless you're willing to tow 3 tons of batteries with you everywhere you go. Even if we manage to find some other element to make batteries with, storing electricity ahead of the journey isn't the answer, unless the technology evolves so far that you're able to charge your 100kWh battery in 10 mins each time. And also – don't forget the Lithium is a finite element. At some point demand will surpass availability and we will get to the point where prices will rocket up and everything will become expensive AF. Cos you know Lithium is not only used in batteries, but also glass, ceramics and so on. And basically at some point we will get to the computer memory demand situation where everybody needs it, but i became more expensive than it's weight in gold.

  8. Diego Weissel says:

    no wonder industries will add complexity and more ways to make maintenance more expensive. No wonder industries will also noise so attention-seeking people will buy their cars. Humans are used to make noise with their cars and other motor vehicles in their desperation to grab attention in an ever-growing mass of overpopulation.

  9. marklola12 says:

    so basically only ones for the rich then because all these will be ridiculously high in price

  10. Gtrx0998 says:

    That AK47 car better get into production pronto. That thing reminds me of older Datsuns like the 510.

  11. Alan Reeves says:

    If you look at the top-selling models by volume over the last 2 or 3 years, it's fairly clear what the general public are buying. To fully embrace the widespread adoption of EV's, manufacturers need to target this demographic so that costs can be reduced by high-volume sales.

    There needs to be a specialist EV Motor manufacturer that can get the costs down by selling a small range of standardised motors to a large number of manufacturers, a separate manufacturer that specialises in modular battery and charging systems, and someone making LPG powered range-extenders.

    Traditional car makers can then add other features to make their offerings unique, and attractive to different market sectors, but high volume sales are the key to reducing drive-train costs.

    The ability to inter-change standard parts (steering, suspension, braking, bodywork, lighting, interior, etc.) with non-EV models would be a massive advantage – as would the possibility to swap-out motors and battery modules as technology advances (what happened to the carbon nano-tech battery?)

    Even charging cables are stupidly expensive and have compatibility issues – what's wrong with using standard low-cost plugs and sockets that RV's and Caravan/Campers have been using for decades?

    To create the perfect EV world, it would be fairly easy to manufacture a small 1 or 2 vehicle charging station that could be bolted-on to existing street lights, without expensive upgrades to the mains wiring – especially now that high-wattage street lamps are being swapped for low-power LED lamps.

    The perfect car for me, would be somewhere between a VW Golf and a Mercedes A Class, with enough battery capacity to cover 2 or 3 days of average commute (about 80-100 miles at a top speed of 40mph), and maybe 1 day's worth of motorway driving at a top speed of 70mph.

    Personally, I don't have half a million to spend on a quirky car that's probably going to be obsolete in a couple of years, but good luck to those that do.

  12. The Pen says:

    The "Ruskies" sure make some UGLY cars. Off course, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. No, it's ugly.

  13. Arthur Passeri says:

    Would love to see someone make a 15 passenger van EV. Yes, some of us needs a van to carry a team and if someone would create it, I'd look at it.

  14. Kerry Burns says:

    To replace internal combustion engined cars with electric ones would require an inconceivable number of new power stations – and what would they burn? Stupid idea.
    I run an electric bike which is solar powered, but though I get eight hours of sunshine most days, I need two sets of batteries so I can use one and charge the other while the sun shines. You'd never run a car off solar, so you're stuck with old, harmful technology.
    If you were moving large numbers of passengers, bus or train, electric vehicles would make slightly more sense — but we no longer seem capable of organising public transport successfully.

  15. Lee Chapman says:

    The idea of a electric car, I thought, was to make roads more safer… I like the look and lay out of the cars… just the only place where you could go that fast would be in a race… but I like how the treat the atmosphere

  16. Edmundas Vilimas says:

    No 3 ha ha ha MOCKVIC 😂😂😂😂😂😂

  17. VoodooG says:

    And here are some cars that will actually exist by 2020: Tesla Roadster 2, Model Y, Rivian R1 T, Rivian R1 S, Kia Niro, Kia Soul 2, Hyundai Kona, Nissan Leaf E Plus.
    What a terrible video.
    0 research.
    Most of these concepts are much further away than 2019, if they are actually ever going to be a reality at all.

  18. omnymisa says:

    Honda <3

  19. D o says:

    OPEC are undoubtedly aware of the rise of EV's and my bet is they will compete by lowering petrol/oil prices really soon. If they leave it to late it will be like having Venezuela's currency sitting in the ground…worth nothing and they won't want that !!! Every conflict that puts up the oil price/embargo's etc would put a smile of the EV producers as it just pushes more people to take the EV road much sooner.

  20. youmakeitreal says:

    Yeah. Funny no mention of Tesla. Tesla is actually going to be the first to produce cars that will be "affordable" to the masses. I guess an affordable car is not click bait enough.

  21. C T says:

    That Honda looks just like my sisters first ride her 76 Honda Civic CVCC. she only paid $500 bucks for, it must be nice being so well off you can pretend you're driving my sisters 42 yr old 500 dollar Civic.

  22. big bez says:

    Electric vehicles! It's going to f*ck up those greedy Arabs and send them back to the stone age.

  23. Quincy Mason says:

    I like them all…. I'd be happy with either one…

  24. 1963geistaffe says:

    None of these are for the average person. Fail on your part.

  25. Roberta Christeen says:

    just say power and get rid of the horse-——-horse power refer to gas cars — electric cars do not have horse power its just power

  26. Roberta Christeen says:

    if your making the future then refer to it in the future

  27. Roger Bacon says:

    You didn't show the Sono Motors Sion. https://sonomotors.com/ I thought for sure that would be one of your ten for 2019. I am so impressed with the car I have reserved number 4,234. They currently have over 9,000 reservations. It is not only an electric car but also solar. It has 330 solar cells on it to recharge its own battery. It can tow a 1,600 pound trailer, which is important to me for camping. Also unique for this car is it is bidirectional, which means it can take electricity in to charge it or out to use it like powering your camping items, frig, electric skillet, lights etc. Or during a power outage at home you could plug in your refrigerator so your milk and ice cream don't go bad. The Sion is the perfect car for me and they say the first cars should roll of the assembly line at the end of this year and hopefully will cost under $30,000 US. I would like to see your review on this car. Thank you very much.

  28. Hizenbird says:

    My 2011 Nissan Leaf gets a range of 180 Miles @ a speed of 10MPH.   But that's useless info because who drives at 10mph for 180 miles?  At 2:34 You say the NEO gets a range of up to 310 miles at 37MPH.  All EV range specs should be based on how many miles can I drive at a given speed of 70 mph. that should just be the standard. If you don't drive that fast then bonus for you, you get better range.

  29. Mark Brand says:

    ugggggh the world can't have proprietary charging. it's got to be standardized.

  30. John Hauck says:

    None of these cars will sell in Texas: Their range is just too short and the average price of these automobiles are above the average income of our people.

  31. Drawn says:

    Little overplayed on the high-performance side… not the only type of EVs of interest out there.
    [The number narrator seeded weirdly low energy.]

  32. Elli P says:

    A very nice presentation, but as many other Comments have said – too fast, too powerful, too luxurious, too spacious, too sophisticated, and too expensive. More toys for rich boys. Oh, there's nothing wrong with wealthy people spending their hard-earned cash on the things they love, but it'd be nice if manufacturers devoted equal resources to cheap cars for poorer people.

    I'm poor. I sold my third-hand 12 year-old 1 litre petrol-engined Nissan Micra hatchback in 2012 because I couldn't afford to run it. I loved it: it was reliable, comfortable, slow, simple, and manual-everything. I now ride my even older bicycle, worth about £10. I live in England, where it's usually cold and raining. Cycling is miserable when it's a necessity.

    If I had the money, I could buy a used petrol car – now, today – for £250. It wouldn't be pretty, but it would provide reasonable transport for as long as I could afford to keep putting fuel in the tank. Cheap transport. Yay. There's no EV equivalent. Show me a used electric car for £250!

    I want a new electric car costing ten-times as much – £2,500 – but with: no more than 50 horsepower; 150 mile range; seating for 2 + some groceries; a 0-60 time of 15 seconds; a top speed of 65 mph; no fancy styling; no plush carpets; no parking sensors; no heated seats; no central locking; no cameras, no alarm; no heads-up display; no electric door mirrors; no 'smart' lane guidance or sat nav; no giant touch-screens; no autonomy; no wi-fi or bluetooth; no electric seat adjustment, door closing, pedal adjustment, or steering wheel adjustment; and no choice of colour. I don't care about crash-safety rating figures, because my bike has a rating of 0.00. As I'm used to near-death experiences, I'll gladly take my chances in a cheap sardine tin. So, western manufacturers: make it happen. And MAKE IT HAPPEN BEFORE CHINA DOES.

    But you won't, will you. Old Henry Ford might have given it a try, but nowadays there's no profit to be made from scum like me unless you sell EVs in vast numbers… And why bother building 1,000,000 cheap cars for plebs when you can sell far fewer nice ones to proper people (with £1,000 i-Phones) for £80,000+ each…

    And you're too late, anyway. You can buy something with similar low specs in China, now. Not 'chic', but cheap. The smallest electric cars cost under £1,000 in China. Yes, they're not fast or cool or chic or plush, but they're adequate. After a few years of ruthless competition they'll probably be tolerably good. But, importantly, they'll still only cost £1,000, because that's what a lot of people want. Cheap, practical electric vehicles.

    In the meantime, I'll just keep pedalling through the rain…

  33. Shane mike says:

    Prices are crazy high, then you have to stop to recharge way to often for most of them

  34. Shane mike says:

    Get some solar panels and the battery to run your house all day long, to me it sound like a better idea

  35. Sam J says:

    all the China electric cars are copied from the French Renault files that were stolen by chinese spies on 2011 stole the electric car blueprints. Most if not all Chinese industries do not R&D divisions, instead, they have a reverse engineering & copying centers. Where Technology from all around the world is bought or stoles, then copied. With this, Chinese communist party saves billions of R&D money and takes a shortcut to advancement.

  36. Element Creator says:

    The only way the motor vehicle and oil industry to beat this onslaught is to lower gas under $1.00…

  37. Alto's Music Lab says:

    In socialist society All Automakers would have Electric models; it's only short term thinking capitalism that prevents them investing in something thats still changing. They can't jump on, and never will the old car companies must die a disgusting "don't forget us" death! They'll cry for our attention for another hundred years, Gas-holes!

  38. Alto's Music Lab says:

    Miles Per Gallon, means OLD, Polluting Gashole

  39. Gregory Perkins says:

    The new looks awsome

  40. KELLOGR 27 says:

    Tesla model 3 still cheap

  41. L K says:

    That Porsche Taycan tho…
    Also, fyi, Rimac is pronounced Ry-mac

  42. L K says:

    the kia's looks tried to smash my soul with it's brick-like front end.

  43. Elfuelte says:

    Honda Ev is just amazing.

  44. Jeff lockhart says:

    So, what about the RIVIAN? It should have had an honorable mention in this video but did not.

  45. cutehumor says:

    They are making electric cars as for the "elite" aka Tesla. Start putting electric engines in chevy, toyota, honda with 25k price. then electric vehicles will go main stream in USA. It will convert USA much faster

  46. Jason Phoenix says:

    where are the cars for the 99%

  47. Scottie Manners says:

    Nio looks like the rav4

  48. Lemon Tree says:

    8:48 What? 690HP and 6 seconds 0-100km/h? doesn't seem right…

  49. S says:

    Because that No 2 Honda isn't trying to be a Mk 1 Golf at all…

  50. Minarchist 412 says:

    Great but what about a car the public can afford?

  51. Chris Park says:

    A train ticket is cheaper and just as silent…what happened to automobile? If they wanna encourage friendly eco attitude then there is an obvious need for more affordable prices. As per wealthy people, I am not certain they would want a hoover sounding car rather than any nice sounding V8…all a bit like a good looking apple pie made of fake apples

  52. ucheucheuche says:

    Do not say 'concept' again

  53. bartekj81 says:

    I'll take Cathy then… 😎

  54. ben chang says:

    How are we to go green when most of these vehicles are far too expensive for the average person?

  55. jay morris says:

    Range on lagonda is 234 miles not 400 as said, that's if the graphics shown on the report are correct.

  56. daveshoraceway says:

    So simple, same principal as an RC car and you are the controller, unless you own a self driving Tesla , so why are they so expensive ? Less parts should equal less price !The magic of electricity…  fun topic

  57. Bryan says:

    1:05 400km***

    Americans say what?

  58. red_ashcroft says:

    start designing EVs that will cost less than an ordinary car and you have a big market. I don't know why these companies are doing this ridiculous cars. My country is littered with electric bikes because it's cheap and convenient. Why make cars more expensive than they are? All you need is a battery indicator and range gauge.

  59. DARYL YOST says:

    It does little good to build the car,if I can't afford to buy one!!!!!

  60. winomaster says:

    When trucks can do 0-60 in 3 seconds, what is the polnt of buying a sports car.

  61. Alex Andriesi says:

    at 8:17, this car is a joke !

  62. John Smitherson says:

    More like E cars for the rich and spoiled.

  63. ben wa says:

    Mercede’s ev looks the least futuristic compared to the competitors

  64. W.S. Soap Company says:

    You only have to drive them 30years to make up the savings over just buying a gas powered Honda Accord.

  65. bluegtturbo says:

    I like the Khalashnikov car at 8.27 – clearly the bastard child of a UK 1980 Ford Escort – lmao

  66. CRASS2047 says:

    I think retrofitting older combustion engine cars with electric motors is going to be extremely popular

  67. AH AH says:

    9:04 wait is that soviet moskvitch shell? Yep it is.

  68. AH AH says:

    ev market makes me sick….coming soon (TM)

  69. A D says:

    Soviet car "designers" never knew how to design. That's why all Soviet cars look like they were plagiarized by a 5th grader. But this latest "masterpiece" just made it clear that in decades that passed they never got a single original idea. How sad is it?

  70. Beardy says:

    Lagonda in 2021?! I hope Doug Demuro is still around to review this Lagonda by then.

  71. pistol shrimp says:

    ontill solid state battery's hit the market, electric cars will never be on-pare with gas powered cars.

  72. TorrentialGaming says:

    oh my god that EQC concept is hideous

  73. Samsara says:

    Honda so sexy

  74. Michael says:

    No Rivian??

  75. Karen Vickers says:

    They look pretty!

  76. Gwinnet says:

    Very useful video

  77. Brian Summers says:

    Where are the working man cars.

  78. Anthropomorphic facsimile says:

    Ahh, the Stalinesque styling we’ve all been waiting for!

  79. Hennie Roux says:

    Did I snooze off somewhere and not hear the Tesla models… surely the leader of the pack with actual working models would be in the list of 10!

  80. Roblox Gamer says:

    All are "concepts" guys.

  81. Oscar Walton says:

    More rich hippie toys

  82. Crapplefratz says:

    Where's the Rivian!?

  83. Myle Le says:

    #10,9 and 1 is #1 thank for make the video!

  84. Bald Zeus says:

    Dissapointed to not see the Polestar 2 in this list

  85. Cynthia Ayers says:

    Where is the electric car for the common Folk? Everything costs so much 60 $70,000 or more wow! How about four or five thousand dollars. I don't have to get there in style, I just have to get there. A to B. Plastic seats are fine inside. If I want cushion I'll use a boat cushion. Don't need a radio or speakers. Just what the law requires only. Want to be able to wash car out with garden hose. Plastic body don't want to worry about paint job to hell with paint. I just want something you run till it's dead, when you throw the thing in the junk pile and get another one. I don't want to spend a lifetime paying for it. I got better things to do. And while I'm at it, here's a good name for it from all of us common folks. The static.

  86. Christopher Lyas says:

    The vw willblow up wi t h the samsung baterys

  87. Tanel Murd says:

    le Moskvich IZH 2125 is simply not gonna happen, even tho the idea is fun and all, but the fact that the model is from 1973 and has allmost 0 safty rating , the remake of this car would be a total lost.

  88. Elaine Hodgkinson says:

    The retro styled cars do it for me I love that retro base look blended with the softer curves not to much curves tho get the balance right just enough to please the eye and keep it closer to the retro look

  89. Michael Gotiashvili says:

    Why the f*** would you include Moskvich in this list? it's another scam by Russians. This car looks and is the same as it was 100 years ago. No aerodynamics, nothing. They even tinted the windows so you don't see old interior. It's the same as when they presented a robot and it turned out to be a human inside a cardboard. Check carefully what you post 🙂

  90. Lesroy Simon says:

    Most of these electric cars are so ugly the Honda is the only one that looks attractive enough for my money.

  91. Freddy Fox 500 says:


  92. Kiara Williams says:

    Lucid air was sexy. And to know that they’re not as bad for the planet…wow😆

  93. Mike Scellini says:

    The planet is not dying. Oil and gas!!!!

  94. USMC 1div.RECON says:

    JAG ⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️❤️🤘🎸

  95. Sam Nayak says:

    Its time to standardize all the chargers and connectors like the way we have for phone chargers and connectors. Any chargers and connectors can be used to charge the car in any charging station.

  96. Michael DeSilvio says:

    it's only half a million dollars and I can save money on gas.

  97. M H Choudhury says:

    Looking forward to the NIO. Very impressive.

  98. R.C. PRODUCTIONS says:

    How about we start seeing more conversion shops opening up rather than having to spend our life savings on depreciating electric cars as they get older. I'd rather convert my current gasser to electric. Not saying that these cars aren't cool. But I don't think car companies should be cashing in on global warming.

  99. Dianne McCarthy says:

    next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year…. next year….

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