A Consumer Reports survey showed that two-thirds of Americans would be open to buying an EV. Read some of our reviews on the latest electric vehicles
Few cars need less introduction than the Tesla Model Y. With the constant stream of electric crossovers entering the market, it seems as though the Model Y has become the car to beat. Characterized by that 330-mile range you’ve no doubt heard about by now, the car is gearing up to face some stiff competition as more brands vie for the top spot.
The world of electric vehicles (EVs) is becoming increasingly diverse. With many of the world’s major automakers releasing their first EVs and many more on the way, they’re garnering significant interest from car owners.
Volkswagen is a bit of an interesting case in the move towards electrification. Where many brands are eager to get their hands dirty, Volkswagen was more tentative, teasing EV-adjacent plug-in hybrids to the market and testing the waters before making an authoritative move in the market.
The Audi e-tron has both the blessing and the curse of being one of the first fully electric luxury vehicles produced by a major automaker, rubbing shoulders with the Jaguar I-Pace and the Tesla Model X as the industry’s first luxury electric SUVs.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is one of those rare examples of the trends of a brand new industry being completely avoided and even shunned to create a car that is as distinctive and interesting as anything else that came before it.