These 10 electric cars will come to the global markets next year

As global warming is constantly a big concern each year, there are many ways to battle it, one of the most notable being Electric Cars. Reduced emissions instead of the “traditional” diesel and petrol cars would be a huge help. Electric cars use electric motors, which is a big battery pack that powers it, as well as the latest technology to be able to cover significant miles without the need of a charging station. Therefore, various companies plan to develop models and introduce them to markets. This put pressure on the biggest and most famous manufacturers, so everyone wants to be a part of it. Expect these 10 cars to hit the shops during 2020.

2020 Mini Electric Cooper

Mini is among the pioneers of the EV market and really wants to be ahead when compared to the rest of the brands. In estimation, the three-door Mini will have around 200 miles of range before it stops to charge. It will use the BMW i3s engine with 107 horsepower and go from 0 to 60 mph in less than 7 seconds. There will be a 42 kWh battery pack, like the 2018 model has, and a fast DC charger. In about 40 minutes, you will have 80% of your battery. The price will be $34,445.

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2020 Mercedes Benz EQC

Mercedes will present their first fully electric car, an SUV with an 80-kWh battery pack, and consumption of 22.2 kW of power for 60 miles. This truck will have one of the fastest charging features, as in under 40 minutes, the battery will be 80% full. This car uses two-electric motors with more than 400 horsepower and the 0-60 mph acceleration of fewer than 5 seconds. The range will be 280 miles. All of this is pricey, as this Mercedes will set you back $70,000.

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2020 Bollinger B1

This car blends military aesthetic, power, and performance. An all-electric truck with 4-wheel drive, it uses a 120kWh battery pack and accelerates from 0 to 60 in 4.5 seconds. What is more, it can tow up to 7,500 pounds, while 200 miles of range per charge is promised. By January of this year, 25,000 reservations were made already. The futuristic car will cost around $260,000.

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2020 Kia Soul EV

This car was revealed at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show. It will have a 70-kWh battery pack and 201 horsepower. The distinct design of the car is amazing, and it will have bleeding-edge technology, as well as one of the most advanced lighting systems ever. Kia Soul must produce better ranges than other prior models, more precisely the 93 miles from the 2016 Soul EV model, and 111 miles of the 2018 Soul EV model. Kia promises 243 miles this time around.

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2020 Porsche Taycan

The sleek four-door sports car is set to have great performance, speed, and practicality. It runs on a two-motor design with more than 600 horsepower, and a 3.5 second 0 – 60 acceleration. All of this means that the Tesla Model S will have a worthy rival. Porsche talks about charging rates of 350kWh using the 800-volt technology. In just 20 minutes, 80% will be charged, while the range per charge is 310 miles. The price of this beast will be around $75,000.

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2020 Mercedes Benz Esprinter

This is another all-electric Mercedes, but this is actually a cargo van. It will have two batteries capacities, a 41kWh with a 71.5-mile range, and a 55kWh with a 93.2-mile range, which means short deliveries are in focus. The 41kWh will go 71 mph and a load of up to 1,040 kg, while the 55kWh will be able to hit 93 mph and carry 900 kg. The 7.2 kW onboard charging takes 6 hours, while the DC Combo charger takes 45 minutes. This van will cost north of $40,000.

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2020 Rimac C_Two

The Rimac brand has only been on the scene since the year 2009, but their big moves are always incredible and unreal. The $2.1M Rimac C_Two will have a 120kWh battery capacity, meaning 80% capacity will charge in less than 30 minutes. Get ready, as this monster will have approximately 1,914 horsepower. All four of the wheels have their own separate electric motors, which means the acceleration levels are abnormally high. In other words, 1.85 seconds from 0 to 60 mph in 1.85 seconds, and a top speed of 258 mph. Rimac promises 408 miles of range.

2020 Polestar 2

This will be the first EV car by Volvo. Polestar 1 was a plug-in hybrid coupe, but the Polestar 2 will be an all-electric sedan vehicle. This means Tesla Model 3 will have a new and worthy rival. Polestar promises a 78-kWh battery pack, and two electric motors, one axle each. This combo gives it 408 horsepower and a 0 to 60 mph acceleration in less than 5 seconds. This comfortable five-seater provides the driver with 275 miles of range between charges and will set you back around $63,000.

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2020 Rivian R1T

It is said this car will be quicker than the Lamborghini Huracan, and as great off-road as a Land Rover. According to the company, their Rivian will accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds, thanks to the three versions of battery packs, the largest being 180kWh with a range of 400 miles, and the smaller having 135kWh and a 300-mile range, and a 105kWh with 230 miles. These power each motor of each wheel, while they work together to produce more than 800 horsepower. The car will have a price tag of around $61,500.

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2020 Tesla Roadster

Tesla is the most famous name in the electric car industry, thanks to their numerous high-quality productions so far. Most other companies use Tesla as a benchmark to measure and develop their own successes. First of all, the Roadster costs $200,000. Why is that you ask? Because this 4-seater sports car uses a 200kWh battery pack, the three electric motors do a 0-60 mph run in 1.9 seconds, and the top speed of more than 250 mph. Except for this thunderous speed, how do you feel about the unreal 621-mile range of the car?

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