Future Electric Cars Expected In 2017


Upcoming year has a lot of presents for those of you who prefer electric vehicles. New updates and new models are going to take electric segment to another level. Among cars expected are Tesla model 3, Le Eco LeSEE, Chevrolet Bolt EV, and others. Let’s learn more about them.

Tesla Model 3

It has taken a long time for this model to come and now it is approaching. The car is said to make it from 0-60 in less than 6 seconds with 215 miles of range. Similar to its S relative these models will be offered as rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive. You can found a touchscreen of 15 inches inside. The model uses standard autopilot with safety features which are automatic. Even though the car is still far away from final production pre-orders are already accessible. The price predicted for this car is around $30,000.

Faraday Future

One of the most anticipated vehicles is going to be unveiled in January. There are still no details on which segment of the market this model will attack. However, there are 1,000 engineers working on this production. Nevertheless, the carmaker still stays silent about the technical aspect of the car saying that many things will be revealed during 2017. What we know so far is that it is going to be a futuristic-looking model with an unusual exterior. Some sources claim that such a shape is chosen to improve the aerodynamics of the vehicle.


Not only does LeEco work with Faraday but it also creates its electric LeSEE. The model is going to make up to 130 MPH. It is designed with the autonomous mode. Thus, its steering wheel can fold back into a dashboard. You can synchronize this car with your smartphone to pick you up from any place. It also has a sophisticated touchscreen with a lot of functions which have not been revealed yet.

Chevrolet Bolt EV

General Motors as pioneers of the electric segment are not going to retreat. It will run on battery providing 60 kWh. Lithium-ionic materials are used for this production. 200 miles of range are said to be an advantage of the car. Carmakers promise to continue collaboration with LG. It will help to equip the upcoming vehicle with better electronic aspect features. The initial price will start from $35,000.

Hyundai Ioniq Electric

This model can boast about three powertrains. You can choose between hybrid-electric, battery-electric, or plug-in hybrid variants. However, there is no gasoline version on offer. The company expects hybrid version to be the bestseller among these models. It is going to reach 110 miles of range with 28 kWh battery. You can find the battery under the rear seat of the vehicle.

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