With over 1 million units sold, Tesla’s Model 3 is the world’s best-selling electric vehicle of all time. This creates a deceptive impression that sedans have regained their popularity among consumers, while in reality, Model Y outsells its smaller sibling by 40 percent and other carmakers choose crossover-SUV as the key body style in the development of all-new EVs. We have already lost count how many of those were recently introduced, but here is yet another dozen of 2022 electric crossovers that will soon take over the globe.
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00:45 Fisker Ocean
Planned to start production in fall 2022, the Fisker Ocean crossover offers 4 modifications with pricing from $37,499 before incentives. For the entry-level FWD version, the output reaches 275 horses, the range is around 250 miles, and 0 to 60 takes less than 7 seconds.
01:55 Subaru Solterra
The new joint project between Subaru and Toyota will be focused on the vehicles based on a dedicated EV platform that in Subaru’s case Is called e-Subaru Global Platform. The Solterra is an electric crossover with worthy off-roading potential.
02:58 Hyundai 7
This large lounge-style SUV concept previews the future Ioniq 7 which Hyundai plans to unveil in 2024, and the Korean brand promises that the production version will carry many of the tweaks showcased in the concept.
04:04 Genesis GV60
Unlike previous Genesis electric models like Electrified G80 and GV70, this one won’t be just an inferior retrofit of a internal combustion model. Instead, The Genesis GV60 rides on the dedicated electric chassis by the Hyundai Group E-GMP.
05:16 Kia EV9
After successfully carving a chunk of the US three-row market with the Telluride, KIA is looking forward to repeat the success story in the EV segment. The brand’s EV9 7-seater is closely related to Hyundai 7, but its styling somewhat resembles the current Soul.
06:20 VW ID.5 and ID.5 GTX
While the ID4 crossover is already available in the US, its upcoming coupe-SUV sibling was announced only for the European market, at least for the time being. The VW ID 5 uses the same MEB platform, which means rear or all-wheel drive configurations, with 174 horses for the entry-level ID5 and 300 for the performance-oriented GTX.
07:39 Toyota BZ4X
The upcoming EVs by Toyota will be developed in cooperation with Subaru under the newly established Toyota bZ brand which stands for Beyond Zero. This Bz4X is a Solterra twin and expectedly it gets the same proportions and form factor as the world’s best-selling crossover RAV4.
08:53 Kia Niro
Kia brings to life the bold-looking 2019 Habaniro concept in the form of the new generation 2023 Kia Niro crossover.
09:50 Renault Megane E-Tech
After having tremendous success with their Zoe city car, Renault will be trying itself in the crossover league. The subcompact Renault Megane E-Tech borrows the name, the overall shape and size from the current Megane hatch, but sits on a dedicated CMF-EV platform.
10:58 MG Marvel R
The British-Chinese MG Marvel R is a C-segment crossover that is similar in size to Skoda Eniaq iV, is competitively priced and is offered in 3 trim levels and 2 drivetrain configurations.
12:14 Mullen Five
Even though the electric SUVs segment is yet to be fully established, it is already looks quite impenetrable for potential startups. So, in order to reach consumers, the California-based Mullen will offer their Five crossover with more features for the price.
13:08 Mitsubishi Airtrek EV
Mitsu’s first EV Airtrek was designed specifically for the Chinese market under the joint venture with the Guangzhou Automobile Group, who will be also responsible for the manufacturing process.