The Hyundai IONIQ 5 not only looks futuristic, but it also features a lot of new features. The charging technique, which may employ a system with up to 800 volts, is first and foremost. So far, there hasn't been much competition for models with this functionality. For example, the Porsche Taycan was one of the first cars to use 800-volt technology. If a sufficient charging station is available, the IONIQ 5 is predicted to charge in just 18 minutes, bringing the battery back up to 80 percent.

Hyundai Ioniq 5

Kia EV6

In various ways, the new Kia EV6 is causing a stir. The Koreans have built a visual beauty with their electric flagship, much as they did with the Stinger in the gasoline segment. The four-door hatchback in the shape of a Gran Turismo is almost unique in look at the moment, thanks to its lengthy wheelbase and thrilling rear end.

Ford Mustang Mach-E

The Ford Mustang Mach-E is a plug-in hybrid SUV based on the legendary pony car. The cabin has a Tesla-like feel about it. Is it possible that the Mustang will be transformed into an electric-powered SUV? That sounds like every admirer of the cult sports car's worst nightmare. Regardless, Ford has gone ahead and done it. The result is the Mustang Mach-E, an electric SUV that pays homage to the iconic American sports car.

Porsche Taycan

With quick 800-volt technology, the all-electric Porsche Taycan comes out on top. Porsche has unveiled the Taycan, the first electric series-production car that runs on 800 volts of system power and hence charges extremely quickly: The battery has enough juice for a hundred kilometers in five minutes, and it charges from 5 to 80 percent in 22 minutes. Porsche has kept the customary name for its first electric car; the most powerful variants are still referred to as "Turbo" and "Turbo S."

Skoda Enyaq iV

Skoda introduces the Enyaq iV, its first electrified SUV. The Enyaq is based on the MEB, as is the tiny VW ID.3. It is also the first SUV to be built on this platform. The Enyaq is very similar to the Vision iV concept vehicle. Even while stationary, the enormous shape, massive rims, and lighted grille make a forceful impact.

BMW i4

BMW is bringing an all-electric vehicle to the market with the i4. The i4 is BMW's first electric sedan, with a range of up to 590 kilometers and a sporty style borrowed from the iX electric SUV's cabin, which includes a huge curved display.


The BMW iX is the company's electric flagship. The BMW iX is the Bavarian car manufacturer BMW's flagship model. It signals the dawn of a new era of mobility. Simultaneously, the corporation is reinterpreting design, sustainability, driving pleasure, versatility, and luxury themes.

Tesla Model 3

The Tesla Model 3 stands out for its sleek style, cutting-edge technology, and long range. With the Model 3, Tesla is continuing to write a success narrative. The little electric car from the American company has already sold over one million units, figures that other e-car makers can only dream of.

Tesla Model Y

The Tesla Model Y is the company's most recent model. The SUV is based on the Model 3 and is the younger sibling of the Model X. There will be two variants of the Tesla Model Y: one for range and one for performance. In addition, Tesla offers a model with seven seats.