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10 Future Electric Cars No One Is Talking About 

Going all-electric seems to be the way for the future and automakers are certainly taking it seriously. Just a few years ago, you would have had to scour to find a good electric car for yourself, but that has changed drastically. We now live in an age where there is no dearth of electric cars in any price range. Besides that, automakers are constantly trying to up their game, and as a result of that, we can see some truly amazing electric cars in the market with off-the-hook features.



Features like autonomous driving modes, on-board power generators, parking sensors, and much more. It doesn’t stop there, even in the realm of performance, electric cars seem to be taking over gas-powered cars. Electric hypercars such as the Deus Vayanne can hit the 60 mph mark in just 1.9 seconds which is ridiculous, to be honest. With all the electric cars that are coming out, there are a few names that get lost in the crowd. So here are 10 upcoming electric cars no one is talking about.

Information in this article was compiled using data from the manufacturer’s website as well as other media outlets such as CarandDriver and MotorTrend.

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1 2025 Chevrolet Corvette EV

Expected Arrival – Late 2024

2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray on road
Chevrolet

After the introduction of the Corvette’s hybrid model in 2024, the 2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray. Chevrolet now plans for the release of the all-electric version of the legendary Corvette. As of now, we can only speculate as there aren’t any details available, but you could expect the Corvette EV to come with a triple motor or a four-motor setup and should be able to generate nearly 1000 horsepower. As far as the interior goes, you can expect it to be the same as its ICE-cousin.

There isn’t a lot of information available at the moment, but you can expect a lot more from this EV than its ICE version of the Corvette. Additionally, the 2025 Chevrolet Corvette EV will also come with a high price tag, you can expect it to have a base price of $150,000 (destination included).

2 2025 Alfa Romeo Giulia EV

Expected Arrival – 2025

Alfa Romeo Giulia driving on dusty road
Alfa Romeo

Nearly 61 years after the introduction of the Giulia, Alfa Romeo is now taking the all-electric route. The word Giulia is of Italian origins and translates to “Youthful”, which is quite a befitting name for this beast of a car. The 2025 Alfa Romeo Giulia will most likely house an 800-volt architecture based on the STLA platform and should be able to offer an approximated 500 miles of driving range on a single charge.

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3 2026 Porsche Cayenne EV

Expected Arrival – Late 2025

Porsche Cayenne EV
Porsche

First released in 2002, the Cayenne became pretty popular and one of the best-selling cars. It goes without saying that this nameplate has seen quite a few changes, and now it is all set to go all-electric. There is a good chance that the Cayenne EV will be built on the same platform as the Porsche Macan EV which is due to be released in 2024.

The Cayenne EV will be the fourth installment to its all-electric lineup, with the first one being the 2021 Porsche Taycan which is going to be followed by the release of the Macan EV in 2024, then we have the Porsche 718 EV coming out in 2025, after which the Cayenne will be introduced as a 2026 model. Although the details are shrouded in mystery for now, this one electric car everyone should be talking about.

4 2026 Apple Titan EV

Expected Arrival – 2026

White 2025 Apple Car
Supercar Blondie via YouTube

For over two decades, Apple has been making news for their technological innovation, and now they make the news again but for a slightly different reason. Apple is now planning on releasing its very own electric car code-named, Titan. This electric car has been in the development stages since 2014, Apple aims to make driving completely autonomous. Of course, there are vehicles that offer autonomous driving, but it does require you to keep your eyes on the road, Apple wants to take it up a notch where you can not only take your eyes off the road but be able to do other things like watch a movie or play games.

You can expect the interiors to be uber-futuristic both in terms of looks and functionality. With that being said, there isn’t enough details to go on with, but you can expect the price to start from an estimated $100,000.

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5 2024 Canoo Electric Pickup Truck

Expected Arrival – Late 2023

Canoo Electric Pickup Truck In Snow
Canoo

Definitely, one of the most unique-looking pickup trucks you could lay your eyes on, the Canoo electric pickup truck is set to be released into the market in late 2023, but the same isn’t confirmed yet. If you didn’t know already, Canoo has secured partnerships with the US Defense Department as well as NASA, and a variant of the Canoo electric pickup truck has made it into the U.S. Army for the purpose of demonstration and evaluation.

This variant is referred to as the “Light Tactical Vehicle” and can generate up to 600 horsepower and is covered in carbon-kevlar. The production version will not have the same specs, but it is still worth getting it. The 2024 Canoo electric pickup truck has a space shuttle-like design and is expected to cost anywhere between $35,000 and $50,000.

6 2026 Afeela EV

Expected Arrival – Mid-2026

Blue Afeela Prototype
Honda/Sony

A result of a joint venture between Honda and Sony, Afeela is a brand-new automobile manufacturing brand and it is all ready to release its first car in 2026, the 2026 Afeela EV. This sleek-looking electric car was first unveiled in 2023 at the Las Vegar Consumer Electronic Show. There is very limited information available right now, but we do know that the 2026 Afeela EV will have nearly 45 sensors and cameras, advanced driver assistance features, advanced infotainment system which is the result of a collaboration with Epic Games, as well as a powerful computer.

It will dawn a yoke steering wheel as well. The interior looks quite simplistic and comes with ambient lighting. As far as pricing goes, we can only speculate, and it could cost an estimated $45,000.

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7 2025 Deus Vayanne

Expected Arrival – 2025

White Color Deus Vayanne
Deus

The Austrian manufacturer, Deus first revealed the Vayanne at the 2022 New York Auto Show and is now touted for a 2025 release. To begin with, there will be only 99 copies of the 2025 Deus Vayanne made, and it can cost you nearly $2 million. The 2025 Deus Vayanne will be built on the EVX platform and will come with a top speed of 248 mph, the Vayanne can accelerate from a standstill to 60 mph in under two seconds which is faster than the Bugatti Chiron and can generate nearly 2,200 horsepower.

The Vayanne also comes with Halo Infinity Mirror designed by Italdesigns and Deus also partnered up with William Advanced Engineering for the incorporation of cutting-edge tech.

8 2025 Fisker Pear

Expected Arrival – July 2025

Green 2023 Fisker Pear driving
Fisker Inc

After the release of the 2023 Fisker Ocean EV, Fisker is now aiming to release a smaller all-electric SUV dubbed the Fisker Pear. Similar to a lot of cars on this list, there isn’t a lot of information available as yet. Although Fisker did say that the 2025 Pear will be offered as an all-wheel drive as well as a rear-wheel drive, moreover, they also expect it to zoom from 0 to 60 mph in 6.3 seconds. Since the 2025 Fisker Pear is a smaller SUV, it could come with a smaller battery as well and that means there could be a slight drop in the range. On the other hand, Fisker plans to release different trims with a variety of driving ranges to accommodate the needs and necessities of both city travel as well as long-distance travel.

In addition to that, the 2025 Fisker Pear will also be the first Fisker car to incorporate its very own high-performance computer. We expect the 2025 Pear to be priced around $30,000 for the base trim, and it could go up to $40,000, but bear in mind, this is all speculation. However, as per Fisker, the 2026 Pear will arrive in the market by July 2025.

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9 2025 Lincoln Star

Expected Arrival – Late 2024

2022 Lincoln Star Concept
Lincoln

​​​​​​​Expected to hit the market in the last quarter of 2024 as a 2025 model, the 2025 Lincoln Star is a new nameplate for the brand and was first introduced in 2022 as the Lincoln Star Concept. The 2025 Star comes with a menacing-looking exterior and will be available in both all-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive. We expect it to come with a setup similar to the Ford Mustang Mach-E, which means a fairly large 98.8-kWh battery pack and two electric motors.

The Concept car showcases luxurious interiors with crystal accents, rear bucket seats, and a large digital display. The 2025 Lincoln Star could very well follow the current trim structure and could come with a base price of an estimated $70,000.

10 2024 Jeep Recon

Expected Arrival – 2024

Outdoorsy olive 2024 Jeep Recon EV
Jeep

Inspired by the legendary Jeep Wrangler, the 2024 Jeep Recon is an off-roading mid-size SUV. There isn’t a whole lot of information available, but we do know that it will come with doors that are easy to remove and a power-folding rooftop as well. You could also expect it to generate about 600 horsepower and a 0 to 60 mph time of 3.5 seconds.

Additionally, since it is inspired by the Jeep Wrangler, it could mean the 2024 Jeep Recon may follow pretty much the same trim structure, and although there is no number on the price tag yet, we can safely assume that it will cost more than the gas-powered Wrangler. It could cost anywhere between $60,000 – $65,000 for the base trim!

Sources: Manufacturers, Car and Driver, and Motor Trend.



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