the most awaited news in 2021

As the supply of electric cars is growing exponentially, we offer an overview of the most anticipated news in 2021.

Audi e-tron GT

After the e-tron electric SUV and its Fastback version, Audi is back with an e-tron GT electric sedan that is unique on this list for its segment. The Porsche Taycan’s cousin offers up to 488 km of autonomy and two powers, with a boost mode for each of the two. It is marketed in two versions, Quattro and RS, whose prices start at 101,500 euros.

The Audi e-tron GT at a glance

  • ONE 86 kWh battery
  • two engines 476 hp and 598 hp (530 hp and 646 hp with boost)
  • Range of 488 km for the Quattro and 472 km for the RS
  • Price between 101,500 euros and 140,700 euros
  • Release in spring 2021


BMW iX

Derived from the iNext concept, the BMW iX is a 100% electric crossover. In general, it will take on the sharp design of your concept and a mechanical electrical which marks the arrival of an entirely new platform. showing a range of up to 600 km, the iX will be produced from the second half of the year. The first deliveries will arrive at the end of 2021.

The BMW iX at a glance

  • ONE drums more than 100 kWh
  • ONE motor 370 kW, or more than 500 horsepower
  • ONE estimated range of 600 m in WLTP cycle
  • A price still unknown but estimated at around 70,000 euros
  • Marketing will certainly start at the end of the year.

Citroën ë-C4

For your third generation Citroen C4, the French manufacturer has made its revolution. The compact becomes SUV, and it’s armed with a ‘zero emission’ version called the ë-C4. The small electric SUV coupe takes advantage of the PSA e-CMP Platform and incorporates the Peugeot e-2008 and DS 3 Crossback e-Tense generation. With an entry price of less than 30,000 euros (bonus included), this ë-C4 must find your audience.

The Citroën ë-C4 at a glance

  • ONE 46 kWh battery similar to the rest of the PSA models
  • ONE 100 kW motor i.e. 136 horsepower
  • ONE 350 km range in the WLTP cycle
  • A base price of €35,600, excluding bonuses

Dacia Primavera

The Dacia Spring was presented at the end of last year and will constitute an aggressive offer on the market for the Renault group. The small electric crossover must succeed in conquest electric sector thanks to an unbeatable price. Aimed at car fleets through the brand Mobilizethis cousin of the Renault City K-ZE promises 225 kilometers of autonomy and up to 295 kilometers in exclusively urban use.

The Dacia Spring at a Glance

  • ONE 26.8 kWh lithium-ion battery
  • ONE 44 horsepower engine which develops 125 Nm of torque
  • ONE 225 km range in WLTP cycle295 km in the city
  • A price of €16,990 excluding bonuses
  • A planned start of deliveries in France in autumn 2021 for individuals


Ford Mustang Mach-E

If we put aside the manufacturer’s timid attempt with the electric Focus, Ford is signing its entry into the auto market this year. ‘zero emission’ car. The Mustang Mach-E is a electric SUV common range of up to 600 kmand whose entry price is less than 50,000 euros.

The Ford Mustang Mach-E at a glance

  • two batteries from 76 kWh and 99 kWh
  • three engines of 269 hp, 294 hp and 351 hp
  • ONE range between 440 km and 610 km
  • A price between 49,990 euros and 65,500 euros excluding bonuses
  • Deliveries in spring 2021


Hyundai Ioniq 5

The Ioniq 5, sold as a electric SUV but with a profile so reminiscent of a small sedan, it carries Hyundai’s ambitions in the “zero emission” market, but also its transformation into a brand focused on quality. Its two battery options promise a range of up to 500 km. The price of the Ioniq 5 is not known, but the Project 45 special series starts at 55,900 euros.

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 coming soon

  • two batteries of 58 kWh and 72.6 kWh
  • four enginestwo per battery, between 120 and 160 kW
  • ONE range of up to 500 km
  • A price still unknown, estimated at around 40,000 euros
  • Marketing planned for the first half of 2021

Skoda Enyaq IV

The Skoda Enyaq iV marks the arrival of the Czech manufacturer to the electrical market, where it only had its city car Citigo e-iV. The electric SUV promise a autonomy of up to 460 km and five different engines. The many configuration options are one of the model’s strong points. But its offer of less than 30,000 euros (bonus deducted) for a range of 360 km is one of the biggest assets of the latest Skoda.

The Skoda Enyaq iV at a glance

  • three batteries between 52 kWh and 77 kWh
  • five engines different types ranging from 109 kW to 225 kW
  • ONE range of up to 460 km
  • A price from 35,300 euros excluding bonuses
  • Deliveries scheduled for summer 2021

Tesla Model Y

While the Model 3 included Tesla’s arrival in a more affordable range for electric sedansthe Model Y will play this role in the electric SUVs. Based on the same platform as the Model 3, it will be manufactured at the Gigafactory in Berlin for copies sold in Europe. It has a range that varies between 368 km and 505 km depending on the version, but an entry price significantly higher than the Model 3, of 63,000 euros.

The Tesla Model Y in a nutshell

  • ONE battery estimated at 72.5 kWh usable capacity
  • ONE range of up to 505 kilometers
  • A price from 63,000 euros
  • Launch in Europe in the second half of 2021

Volkswagen ID.4

After the success that the Volkswagen ID.3 promises to be, already largely at the level of the best students in the electric car market, the ID.4 electric SUV also has a bright future ahead of it. Assuming characteristics reminiscent of the compact, the SUV will offer up to 520 km of autonomy. As for the price, it starts at 39,370 euros, or 32,370 euros after deducting the bonus.

The Volkswagen ID.3 at a glance

  • two batteries 52 and 77 kWh
  • three engines 109 kW (148 hp), 125 kW (170 hp) or 150 kW (204 hp)
  • Range of up to 520 km
  • A price of €39,370 excluding entry-level bonuses
  • Deliveries scheduled for the first half of 2021

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