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10 Hot New Electric Cars We’re Dying to Get Behind the Wheel Of

As the automotive landscape undergoes a monumental shift toward sustainability, the promise of electric vehicles (EVs) takes center stage. The next decade promises an electrifying array of groundbreaking cars that seamlessly merge cutting-edge technology with environmental consciousness. 

Join us as we explore the vehicles poised to redefine the way we think about electric mobility. The road to 2030 is paved with excitement, and these EVs are leading the charge into an electrifying future.

1. Cadillac Celestiq (2025)

2025 Cadillac Celestiq
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Introducing Cadillac’s masterpiece, the Celestiq. Set to replace the CT6, this flagship sedan redefines luxury with a hand-built touch. Priced north of $300,000, it flaunts a dual-motor configuration delivering an impressive 600 horsepower. With a swift 0-60 mph acceleration in 3.8 seconds and a 300-mile range courtesy of its advanced battery, the Celestiq promises an opulent driving experience.

2. Chevrolet Blazer EV (2024)

Chevrolet Blazer EV (2024)
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The Chevrolet Blazer EV is a revolutionary midsize electric SUV, built on GM’s cutting-edge BEV3 platform. Scheduled for production in 2023, it will hit the roads in 2024. Boasting a versatile powertrain, the Blazer EV offers a range from 247 to 320 miles, depending on the trim. The performance-focused SS variant, adhering to Chevrolet’s tradition, delivers a robust 557 horsepower, accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in under four seconds, with a commendable 290-mile range.

3. Tesla Cybertruck (2024)

Tesla Cybertruck
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Tesla’s Cybertruck, announced in 2019, is set to redefine the pickup truck market. With four distinct configurations, including a bullet-resistant stainless steel exterior, this electric powerhouse offers unparalleled versatility. The range-topping Quad-Motor variant impresses with a 620-mile range, a mind-blowing 0-60 mph time of 2.5 seconds, and a towing capacity of 14,000 pounds.

4. DeLorean Alpha5 (2024)

DeLorean Alpha5
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The DeLorean Alpha5, slated for production in 2024, is a vision of elegance and performance. With only 9,531 units expected, this 2-door ultra-luxury coupe pays homage to the iconic 1981 DeLorean. Its standout feature is the gullwing doors spanning the entire length, adding a touch of futuristic charm. Accelerating from 0-60 mph in just 2.99 seconds, the Alpha5 showcases its prowess with a 0.23 Cd drag coefficient and a 300-mile range from its 100 kWh battery pack.

5. Deus Vayanne (2025)

Deus Vayanne (2025)
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Produced by Deus Automobiles, the Vayanne is a testament to raw power and precision. Featuring an all-wheel-drive tri-motor setup, it generates a staggering 2,169 horsepower and 1,475 pound-feet of torque. With a 0-62 mph acceleration time of 1.99 seconds and a top speed of 248 mph, the Vayanne sets a new standard for electric hypercars. Its 85 kWh battery pack ensures a respectable 310 miles on a single charge.

6. Mercedes-Benz EQG (2024)


Mercedes-Benz EQG concept car
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The Mercedes-Benz EQG, slated for production in 2024, marks the electric evolution of the iconic G-Class. Unveiled as the Concept EQG at IAA Mobility 2021, this electric off-roader preserves the G-Class’s rugged exterior with subtle electric enhancements. With a robust 107.8 kWh battery pack and four electric motors, it is expected to deliver a performance similar to the top-of-the-line EQS, boasting 516 horsepower. The EQG promises to seamlessly blend luxury with off-road capabilities.

7. Polestar 5 (2024)

Polestar 5 (2024)
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Originally showcased as “The Polestar Precept Concept” in 2020, the Polestar 5 is set to enter production in 2024. While specific details on its powertrain are scarce, it’s anticipated to boast a dual-motor configuration with an estimated 884 horsepower. The standout feature is the massive 103 kWh battery pack, ensuring a robust 300-mile range on a single charge. With an 800-volt charge architecture supporting speeds of up to 350 kW, the Polestar 5 aims to redefine the electric sedan segment.

8. Kia EV9 (2024)

2024 Kia EV9
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The Kia EV9, anticipated for production in 2023, is set to leverage the success of its predecessor, the EV6. Built on the e-GMP platform, it offers versatility with two battery packs: a 76.1 kWh standard pack for the RWD model and a robust 99.8 kWh pack for the RWD Long Range version. The AWD variant, featuring the latter pack, delivers an impressive 380 horsepower and a 0-60 mph time of six seconds. With a substantial 336-mile range, the EV9 presents a compelling option in the electric SUV market.

9. Chevrolet Silverado EV (2024)

Chevrolet Silverado EV (2024)
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The Chevrolet Silverado EV is designed to be the ultimate electric work truck, catering to both power and practicality. With two trims available, the Work Truck (WT) and RST, it offers power outputs ranging from 510 to 664 horsepower. Both trims boast a substantial 200 kWh battery pack, delivering an impressive 400 miles on a single charge. The Silverado EV stands out with a massive front trunk, reminiscent of the Rivian and F-150 Lightning, adding a practical touch to its robust capabilities.

10. Tesla Roadster (2023/2024)

Tesla Roadster
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Tesla’s second-generation Roadster, expected in 2023 or 2024, is a manifestation of speed and innovation. With a tri-motor configuration, it aims for a swift 0-60 mph acceleration time of 1.9 seconds. Elon Musk’s ambitious plan includes 10 small rocket cold air thrusters, potentially pushing the acceleration time to an unprecedented 1.1 seconds. The quarter-mile time stands at 8.88 seconds, with a top speed of 250 mph. The Roadster couples unmatched power with efficiency, thanks to its 200 kWh battery pack, promising an impressive 620 miles on a single charge.

Author: Madison Cates

Title: Managing Editor


Research journalist, Freelance writer, Managing editor

  • Expertise: automotive content, trending topics.
  • Education: LeTourneau University, Bachelors of Science in Business Administration.
  • Over 400 articles and short news pieces published across the web.

Experience: Madison Cates is a journalist located in the great state of Texas. She began writing over eight years ago. Her first major research piece was published by the Journal of Business and Economics in 2018. After growing up in a household of eight brothers and a dad who was always restoring old Camaros, she naturally pivoted her freelance career into the automotive industry. There, she found her passion. Her experience paved the way for her to work with multiple large corporations in automotive news and trending topics. Now, she now finds her home at Wealth of Geeks where she proudly serves as Managing Editor of Autos. Madison is always down to geek out over the latest beautiful cars on the market, and she enjoys providing her readers with tips to make car ownership easier and more enjoyable.

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