11 popular electric cars to be launched in 2022

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Tesla is still the overlord of electric vehicles in the world, but competition is coming.

The world’s most valuable auto company has a market value of more than 930 billion U.S. dollars and surpassed all other automakers in electric vehicle sales in the first three quarters of 2021. But Tesla is unique in this increasingly competitive market.

So far this year, Volkswagen’s sales of electric vehicles in Europe have surpassed Tesla. Motor Trends’ coveted 2022 Best Pickup and Car Award has been awarded to two of Tesla’s rival start-ups: Rivian’s R1T pickup and Lucid Motors’ Air.

there are more. Toyota recently stated that by 2030, it will invest 35 billion U.S. dollars to produce 30 different models of battery-powered electric vehicles. This is after Nissan’s November commitment and is planned for the decade in 2030.

The following are the 11 most anticipated new electric vehicles expected to be launched next year, including Tesla Cybertruck and other models that may challenge the dominance of electric vehicles:

Ford’s F-150 Lightning

The all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning truck is in an augmented reality demonstration at the Motor Bella Auto Show in Pontiac, Michigan on Tuesday, September 21, 2021.

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The Ford F-150 Lightning electric pickup truck will go on sale in the spring, betting that the Detroit-based automaker can gain a foothold in the electric truck market with a single vehicle.

This is a good choice: Ford’s F-150 series pickup trucks have won the title of America’s best-selling car (not just trucks) for 40 consecutive years. This unparalleled popularity makes Lightning one of the most anticipated cars of all time.

The F-150 Lightning starts at close to $40,000, can travel up to 300 miles with an extended-range battery, and has a maximum power of 563 horsepower. In early December, Ford CEO Jim Farley told CNBC that his company had to stop bookings after the first 200,000 orders due to excess demand.

Tesla Cyber ​​Truck

A promotional website for Tesla’s upcoming electric pickup Cybertruck.


According to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, this futuristic-looking truck-whose aesthetics are inspired by the movies “Blade Runner” and “The Spy Who Loves Me”-was originally scheduled to be launched at the end of 2021.

However, due to various delays, Tesla has repeatedly postponed the release date, and now Cybertruck is expected to be available at the end of 2022. This means that Tesla’s first electric pickup truck is likely to be defeated by Rivian and Ford’s electric pickup trucks, as well as the electric Hummer pickup truck that General Motors started shipping to customers earlier this month.

When it does arrive, Cybertruck is expected to start at $39,900, with a single-motor version with a range of 250 miles. The three-motor version with a range of 500 miles may start at $69,900.

Rivian R1S

Rivian’s R1S electric SUV will be launched in 2022.

Source: Livian

Rivian delivered an award-winning pickup in 2021, and consumers are already looking forward to the second act of this Irvine, California-based startup. The R1S SUV is expected to begin shipping to customers in March 2022, with a starting price of $70,000, a maximum power of 750 horsepower, and a driving range of 316 miles per charge.

Qingming air is pure

Electric vehicle startup Lucid stated on September 28, 2021 that its plant in Casa Grande, Arizona has begun producing the first cars for customers.


The electric car manufacturer headquartered in Newark, California released its first car, Lucid Air, this year and won the Auto Trend Award from the start. Next up: The lower-priced Air Pure version is priced at approximately $77,000, while the high-performance Dream Edition is priced at $169,000.

Air Pure is expected to be available at the end of 2022, with a maximum cruising range of more than 400 miles.

Fisker Marine

Fisker Inc. officially demonstrated the Fisker Ocean all-electric luxury crossover at CES 2020 in Las Vegas.

Fisker, another electric car startup based in California, will begin production of its first car, the Ocean SUV, in the fourth quarter of 2022.

The hype comes mainly from its environmental commitments: Fisker said it wants SUVs to become “the most sustainable car in the world.” Starting at $37,499, it will be equipped with a solar panel roof for additional battery charging and an interior made of recycled materials.


Canoo’s Lifestyle Vehicle electric minivan.

Source: Canoo

This Los Angeles-based electric car startup went public at the end of 2020 with its unique aesthetic concept, and then announced the launch of a bubble pickup and campervan in March 2021. At the end of 2022, Canoo will finally begin delivering its first car, an electric compact minivan, which the company calls the Lifestyle Vehicle.

Canoo describes this electric van as a “loft on wheels” with casual seats at the rear, with a power of up to 350 horsepower, a range of 250 miles, and a starting price of $34,750.


The BMW iX car was exhibited at the Shanghai National Convention and Exhibition Center during the 4th China International Import Expo (CIIE).

Hu Xuebai/VCG | Getty Images

The German luxury automaker’s first electric SUV will be launched to American customers in March 2022. The iX starts at $83,200, has a maximum power of 523 horsepower, and a range of up to 300 miles.

The “smart kidney grille” protruding from the front of the SUV contains cameras and sensors to help melt snow and ice. BMW also advertises that the exterior of the car is made of “self-healing” materials that can resist light chips and scratches.

Cadillac Lyriq

One of GM’s two Super Bowl ads this year will feature Cadillac Lyriq. In the screenshots of the Cadillac ad provided, Lyriq appears to be located in the fictional block of the 1990 movie “Edward Scissorhands”.

General manager

According to a General Motors brand, Cadillac’s first electric car is an SUV, which will be launched at dealerships in the summer of 2022. The brand plans to be fully electric by 2030.

Lyriq starts at nearly $59,000 and will have a range of more than 300 miles. It will also be the first car on the market to use GM’s new Ultium EV platform, which is a next-generation battery system that is cheaper and more efficient than standard EV batteries.

Hyundai Ionic 5

Hyundai Ioniq 5 parked on the road.

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This compact SUV will be the first product in Hyundai’s new Ioniq electric car series. Ioniq 5 will be available at the end of December with a starting price of $39,700 and a maximum cruising range of more than 300 miles.

In February of this year, the South Korean automaker launched the “sliding” interior of this SUV, which includes an intermediate island between the driver and front passenger seats, which can slide back and forth-allowing both sides to enter and exit. The car is easier and suitable for narrow parking spaces.

Nissan Aria

More than a decade after launching Leaf, one of the first electric vehicles for the mass market, Nissan is expanding its lineup of electric vehicles. Ariya is a crossover SUV with a starting price of nearly US$46,000 and a range of up to 300 miles. It will be launched in the fall of 2022.

Nissan said it will launch 23 new electric models including Ariya by 2030. Among the upcoming models, 15 will be pure electric models, and the other 8 will be hybrid models.

Kia EV6

Kia’s EV6 electric SUV.

Tramino | iStock Unreleased | Getty Images

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