Electric cars have been getting so much attention in recent days. So, companies are now trying to introduce more features in their version of EVs. Here are some of the new cars that are bringing new technologies that will make the market more interesting.
Honda’s current range lacks significant electrification, and the Acura ZDX will be yet another step in rectifying that when it comes in 2024. Although details are scarce, we do know that this all-electric SUV would be built on the future Honda Prologue, which is based on GM bones. The ZDX moniker may be familiar from Acura’s previous coupe-SUV model, but the EV should sport a more traditional SUV look, as seen by the Precise EV concept.
Audi A6 e-tron
The Audi A6 e-tron is just a concept. But Audi claims it is very close to what the real car will look like. It is built on the expandable Premium Platform Electric (PPE) design, which can be expanded, elevated, and enlarged to accommodate a wide range of EV models. It will be offered alongside the gas-powered A6, and it will most likely be the first EV on the PPE platform that will underlie future electric Cars.
Five Bentley Models
Bentley is considering a significant shift away from 15-mpg land yachts and toward whole new models with all-electric powertrains. Bentley claims it will have the current Bentayga, Continental GT coupe, Flying Spur, and convertible with an all-new model by 2030. The first successor is expected to arrive in 2025.
General Motors has registered the Electra nameplate with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Introducing an electric Electra SUV to Buick’s range makes sense, especially because GM is launching a slew of EVs, including the GMC Hummer EV, the Chevy Silverado EV, and the Cadillac Lyriq.