Top 10 All-New Electric Cars with Brave Designs (News Highlights of 2021-2022)



It is hard to predict what the electric automotive future holds for us, but we say can one thing for sure: never again will the car designs be boring. To prove this statement, today we will cover the latest EV news and showcase the most prominent newcomers that not only have revolutionary propulsion systems, but also radical inside-out looks.

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00:00 Introduction

00:35 Mercedes-Benz EQS
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Despite its late arrival to the party of luxury electric saloons, the new flagship Mercedes EQS is showing how it’s really done. The king abandons its restrained forms in favor of the new liftback aerodynamic body.

01:47 Alpha Wolf Plus
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The company’s first all-electric pickup was revealed just this March, but the brand already has a new, extended-cab version of the truck ready. Labeled the Alpha Wolf Plus, it seats 4 and grows in size across all dimensions.

02:50 Audi A6 e-Tron
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Like most automakers, Audi is rapidly pushing out ICE abundance from its upcoming vehicle lineup. Meet the all-electric A6 e-tron concept, that is rumored to be almost identical to the series version debuting in early 2023.

03:59 Cadillac Lyriq
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General Motors seem to be dedicated to their electrification offensive, so the company’s first all-electric Cadillac Lyriq crossover is now scheduled to start pre-orders this September, exactly a year after it was revealed as a concept vehicle.

05:19 Drako GTE
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Originally expected to start deliveries in 2020, the electric Drako GTE sedan will now be arriving to buyers in 2021, still limited to just 25 units.

06:21 Beltoise BT-01
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Developed by a race-driver Julien Beltoise in partnership with SparkRacing Tachnology, the 2021 Beltoise BT-01 is the company’s first sustainable GT circuit car. It is powered by an electric drivetrain making 394 horses, 317 lb-ft of torque.

07:22 Genesis X & G80 Electric
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2021 is a fundamental year in the history of Genesis since the company reveals its newest electric vehicles: the production-ready G80 sedan and the concept X grand tourer.

08:30 Zeekr 001
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This EV was first presented as a Lync & Co concept, but the actual production unit Zeekr 001 will be coming out under Geely’s all-new dedicated battery-electric brand Zeekr.

09:30 Xpeng P5
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The third production model of the rising Chinese automaker Xiopeng Motors aka Xpeng P5 is a family-friendly battery-electric compact sedan that goes big on the autonomous driving tech. Unlike Tesla’s Autopilot that relies solely on cameras, this EV puts to work a broad array of sensors.

10:33 MG Cyberster
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Owned by the Chinese SAIC Group, MG is often reprimanded for forgetting about its sports car roots. Today, the brand is trying to rehabilitate itself, and the first step in this direction is the MG Cyberster concept, that harkens back to the MG’s original roadsters.

11:28 Opel Manta GSe ElektroMOD
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Attempting to popularize Opel’s latest electric crossover Mokka-e, Opel reimagined its classic sport coupe. The retrofit began with a 1970 Manta A.

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