Top 10 Electric SUVs that Follow the Latest Trend of Coupe Body Design

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The so-called coupe-SUV body-style, which is basically just a sloping roofline, is one of the latest trends in the automotive design. That is why, there is no surprise that electric crossovers are eagerly adopting it as well, trying to underline their sporty nature. Today we will be covering the best electric coupe-SUVs on the market, that charge the offense against internal combustion models not with better performance, but also incredibly good looks.

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Lynk & Co Zero Concept:
LYNK & CO ZERO CONCEPT previews the first all-electric crossover by the Chinese brand, that will be based on the new EV architecture and will get elegant exterior design with a sloping glass roof and a roof spoiler.


Despite everything that is happening in China and in the world this year, the latest Nio EC6 still manages to start production and customer deliveries without major delays. Based on the ES6 mid-size SUV, the model is distinguished by a new coupe-SUV profile, while getting the familiar interior tech and drivetrain setup.

Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron:

Unlike the original e-tron SUV, this compact version is being developed on the VW modular platform and will become the first out of three electric Audis mounted on the MEB by 2025. This model is an expected follow up to a less sporty standard e-Tron Q4 concept.

Audi e tron Sportback & Sportback S:

The original all-electric Audi has been showing positive sales dynamics, currently accounting to nearly 5% share out of overall volume. Its coupe-SUV version is barely starting to roll off the production lines, but it definitely has the potential to be the leading e-Tron.

KIA Futuron:

KIA Futuron concept gives us a chance to predict the possible look of Korean crossovers in the nearest decade. KIA designers see the new-age models as coupe-SUVs with ultra-low profile, full panoramic glasshouse roof and super wide tiger-nose grille.

Nissan Ariya:

Already revealed in its production-ready look, Nissan’s first all-electric crossover will go on sale worldwide in late 2021, but it promises to be worth the wait. Nissan Ariya is built on a new platform with 2 drivetrain and 2 battery options.

Ford Mustang Mach-E:

Until the arrival of the all-electric Ford F-150, the Mustang Mach-E Coupe Crossover shall be the major EV vessel for the American brand.

CUPRA Tavascan:

Undoubtedly, the Cupra Tavascan was one of the most attractive concepts revealed in 2019, and according to Seat’s new President Wayne Griffiths, it might actually end up rolling of production lines by 2024. The SUV is expected to be built on VW’s MEB platform, keep the concept’s sporty coupe-SUV styling, and have sizing similar to VW ID4.

Tesla Model Y:

Taking into account extremely positive feedback from the buyers and continuous improvements introduced by Elon Musk, the Model Y crossover might end up being the most successful Tesla yet, surpassing the glory of its sedan counterpart Model 3.

Citroen e-C4:

Built on the new CMP platform, the 2021 Citroen e-C4 belongs to the new, 3rd generation of the model and introduces a more mature coupe-SUV styling and upmarket interior design.

Skoda Vision IV:

This concept was unveiled back in 2019 as a preview to the upcoming electric vehicle Skoda Enyaq iV. The latter is already on its way to production in the orthodox SUV form, but a coupe-like bodystyle is definitely to follow.

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