If you are interested in EVs, it is very important to keep track of new cars and knowing the arrival time of new models. Because it will help you to get the update about any new deal or upcoming sale. Over the next few months, many are due to arrive in the EVs market. So, it is worth discovering the influx of major new electric cars from mainstream manufacturers.


The BMW iX3 is the company’s second pure-electric car. It didn’t receive any design inspiration from the more radical i3 or i8. Rather it is an electric version of BMW’s X3 SUV. With a new rear-wheel-drive powertrain, it debuted in mid-2020. It quite resembles the petrol-powered X3. The single electric motor develops 282bhp and is compatible with an 80kWh battery. This electric car is capable of delivering 285 miles of WLTP-certified range.

Lotus Evija

If the production could begin in time and the first deliveries would be available in 2020. But this electric car is now pushed back until the middle of 2021. The most interesting fact is that Evija has already sold out its first-year allocation in advance. Though the company has yet to confirm the performance details, it is heard that the electric car has a 0-62mph time of under three seconds. With a top speed of over 200mph, it is able to go 0-186mph in a sprint of fewer than nine seconds.

Nissan Ariya

Nissan has been enjoying an early lead in the electric car class with the previous model Leaf. It is thought the Ariya will help the company to have a bigger impact in the electric car market. You must set to go on sale which is expected to offer sale in the latter half of 2021. Five different versions will be available for the UK market. Users have two options for selecting batteries; one is 63kWh and another one is 87kWh.

Cupra Born

This electric car has a very similar powertrain and engineering to the ID hatchback. It is the second non-VW model which is set to launch at the end of 2021. With sportier styling and excellent design, it may provide you a more engaging driving experience. Users will get a 77kWh battery pack that promises 310 miles of range per charge. The car will come with four lithium-ion battery packs and a motor combination.