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Tesla's Model 3 Is Only One of 6 New Disruptive Electric Cars Speeding Your Way Very Soon By The Street
Tesla's not the only automaker with their hat in the ring.
Electric and self-driving cars are the future, and Tesla ( TSLA) isn't the sole name with its hat in the ring.
On a worldwide scale, 773,600 electric vehicles were sold in 2016, 42% higher than 2015. And this year is looking that much stronger, with sales in January 54% higher than in 2016, according to the electric vehicle world sales database.
Thanks to a combination of environmental awareness, fuel costs and trendiness, electric cars are very much going to be a "thing" this year. Here are six electric cars via Green Car Reports that may be coming to a highway (or driveway) near you.
2018 Nissan Leaf
The newest generation of Nissan's (NSANY) Leaf will reportedly make a big splash because it's replacing the best-selling electric car in history. In addition to being an affordable car with over 200 miles of driving capability, it's also going to come with Nissan's ProPilot technology, complete with limited self-driving capabilities.
It will probably look like the Nissan IDS concept that first appeared at the 2015 Tokyo motor show, allowing the most current Leaf model to have a sleeker and sexier feel to it.
Tesla Model 3
The brain child of Elon Musk's Tesla (TSLA) , the Model 3 is already one of the most anticipated car launches with some 400,000 people reservations. Starting at $35,000 and boasting a range of at least 215 miles, you're inevitably going to be seeing a lot of these cars on the road thanks to its notable combination of form and function.
Tesla will most likely offer multiple battery-pack options and dual-motor all-wheel drive, similar to the Model S. Model 3 production is anticipated to begin in July, and they should be building 5,000 cars per week towards the latter end of 2017.
2019 Audi e-tron
Audi's 2019 e-tron will have the modern silhouette of a streamlined SUV with a lower roof, going off the silhouette and powertrain elements that first appeared at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
This model starts production next year at the Audi plant in Brussels, and they claim a range of 310 miles -- although it might be closer to 250 under U.S. EPA testing.
2019 BMW i5
Meant to serve as a crossover between the i3 electric car and pricier, low-volume i8 plug-in hybrid, the BMW i5 will be built with the same aluminum frame and carbon-fiber reinforced body shell as the i3 and i8.
Thanks to a five-door body and the possibility of an all-wheel drive option, the i5 should be one of the more mainstream electric cars, with an expected range of 200 to 250 miles. However, the range is wholly dependent on Samsung's ( SSNLF) new lithium-ion cells.
2019 Jaguar I-Pace
The Jaguar l-Pace will likely draw its inspiration from the its initial concept debuted at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show. Production is expected to begin in March or April of next year.
The concept included an electric motor for each axle as well as a 90-kwh battery pack. It should have a 220 mile range, with cells supplied by LG Chem.
2019 Mercedes-Benz EQ
One of 10 electric cars Mercedes says it plans to launch under the EQ sub-brand by 2025, this concept was initially unveiled at the 2016 Paris Motor Show.
It will feature one electric motor per axle, and its 70-kwh battery pack with cells supplied by Mercedes parent Daimler's Deutsche Accumotive division. Expect a 310-mile range that might go lower with EPA testing.
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