Electric SUVs and Crossovers – Introduction

Electric cars have come a long way since their inception in the early 20th century, with the first all-electric car being developed by Nikola Tesla in 1898. Since then, electric vehicles have grown in popularity as they have become more affordable and accessible to consumers. Many people can now buy an electric vehicle for around $30k-$50k (or even less).

There are a lot of electric SUVs and crossovers available.

Many manufacturers are producing them, including Tesla, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz.

The range of prices is wide: from $35,000 to over $100,000. Some models have more than 200 miles on one charge, while others offer less than 100 miles per charge (though this depends on where you live). The maximum speed at which they can travel is usually around 60 miles per hour, but some models can cruise up to 90 mph or even more!

Some fantastic technologies include battery technology such as lithium-ion, powertrain design; power output/acceleration rates; range capability; weight distribution ratio (WDR); aerodynamics, etc…

Electric SUVs and crossovers are a fast-growing segment of the auto industry. If you’re in the market for one, here’s what to know about them.

Jaguar I-Pace concept

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In the same vein, Jaguar has unveiled its I-Pace concept. It’s an electric SUV with a 90 kWh battery that can go 400 miles on a single charge or 60 miles if you use it as a daily driver. The vehicle can also charge up to 80 percent in just 30 minutes using fast-charging technology that works with all major networks worldwide (including Tesla).

The 2018 Kia Soul E.V. is another example of what automakers are doing to get into this space: It’s an electric car with all-wheel drive and rear seats that fold down into flatbeds for hauling things around town or taking them camping (or both). What we love most is how much room there is inside—it has seating for five people plus cargo space under those seats!

It also has 400 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque from its two electric motors (one for each axle).

The I-Pace starts at $68,000 (and goes up to $84k)—but even if you’re not interested in all that technology or guzzling fuel like most people are in these cars today—you’ll still want to get behind the wheel of this thing because it’s just so beautiful!

Audi e-Tron

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The Audi e-Tron is a luxury electric SUV that has been developing for over ten years. It’s the first fully electric vehicle from Audi, and it’s available as a base model or with all of the bells and whistles. You can get it with an AWD system that allows you to drive on both roads or snow, with or without four-wheel drive (4WD). The e-Tron has two battery packs: one for city driving and another for highway speeds.

The e-Tron can go up to 292 miles on one charge—that’s more than enough for most people who live in cities or towns without charging stations around town! If you’re going far away from home, you’ll want to check out our article on how long it takes your car battery to last before having problems with charging time during long trips.

Audi e-Tron Quattro Concept

The first electric SUV from Audi, the e-Tron Quattro Concept has a 311-mile range and is expected to go on sale in 2020. It will be available with two battery packs: one with 95 kWh capacity and another that gives it 310 miles per charge. Each pack includes two electric motors with a combined output of 402 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque.

Tesla Model X

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The Tesla Model X is an all-electric luxury crossover utility vehicle that was first introduced in 2015. It’s the first SUV to have three electric motors (two rear-wheel drive and one front-wheel drive), allowing it to go 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk. The range of 295 miles is impressive for an electric SUV. But what sets it apart from other E.V.s is its performance. You can blast down the highway at 155 mph and still have enough juice left over at 70 mph to keep going without recharging until your destination comes into view on your dashboard screen!

Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC

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The Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC is a high-end electric SUV that offers the most range of any vehicle on this list. It can travel 280 miles on a single charge and comes standard with four-wheel drive and an automatic transmission. The starting price for this model is $68,000—a lot more than your average compact car or hatchback but still less than other luxury SUVs like the Audi Q5 e-Tron ($90K), Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace ($73K) and BMW X5 xDrive40e iPerformance ($71K).

Mercedes-Benz EQA

The Mercedes-Benz EQA is an electric SUV expected to be released in 2020. The car has a range of up to 500 km and will likely cost around $50,000 (or more). It’s similar in size and design to the GLC450e but can seat up to eight people instead of just four.

The EQA was designed by Daimler AG, which also owns the Mercedes-Benz Cars division; however, it doesn’t have any ties with Mercedes-Benz Vans (which makes trucks) or Buses (which makes vans).

Polestar 2

The Polestar 2 is a fully electric SUV with a range of 400 miles on a single charge. It is the first car to be built on Volvo’s new CMA platform, which means it can take advantage of the advances in battery technology and materials like carbon fiber to lower weight while increasing strength and rigidity.

The Polestar 2 features two electric motors—one for each rear axle—and uses two different transmissions: one for performance and another for everyday driving. This gives you tremendous flexibility when switching modes and keeps your energy supply constant throughout your drive. Hence, you never worry about running out of juice or having too much torque available at any given moment (which would be wrong).

Hyundai Kona Electric

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The Hyundai Kona Electric is a compact SUV powered by an all-electric battery pack. It has a range of 258 miles and can be recharged overnight in your garage using a 100 kW fast charging port. The EPA-estimated range is 258 miles, but we’ve found it closer to 200 (or less).

In terms of performance, the Kona Electric feels like something between an electric skateboard and an electric bicycle: it can go up hills quickly but doesn’t have much power going over rough terrain or up steep inclines. If you’re looking for something smaller than what would usually fit into your garage (like this), this might be worth checking out! The Hyundai Kona Electric has fast charging, is available in three trims, and starts at $36,950. Other features include LED headlights with automatic high beam activation, adaptive cruise control (ACC), and lane-keeping assist (LKA).

Porsche Taycan

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Porsche Taycan is the first all-electric car from Porsche. It has an ultra-fast 0-60mph time of 3.5 seconds, a range of 310 miles, and a top speed of 161mph.

The car’s 95kWh battery pack is under its floorboards and uses liquid cooling technology to keep it cool during operation – which helps boost its range by up to 50%.

The Taycan can be charged at home via any 220V outlet or fast charger in just 15 minutes with a domestic plug (50kW) or 20 minutes with a 100kW international plug (150kW).

Kia Niro EV

If you’re looking for an electric SUV or crossover with the range and performance of an E.V. but with a price tag that isn’t too far out of reach, Kia’s Niro EV should be at the top of your list. The Niro EV is available in two trim levels: S and S.E.

The base model comes with a 1.6-liter turbodiesel engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission; it gets 37 miles per gallon on the highway and 25 mpg city driving (though those numbers may vary depending on how you drive).

The more expensive S.E. trim adds heated seats, 18s wheels, blind spot monitoring, and other niceties like navigation system integration. All while retaining its low operating costs thanks to its smaller battery pack size (20 kWh), which helps keep the overall cost down compared to larger E.V.s such as Tesla Model 3 or Audi e-Tron Sportback Quattro 30 TFSI (which have between 100-160 kWh).

As a bonus? You can even use this car as your daily driver thanks to its low typical annual mileage warranty coverage of 10 years/100k miles!

Mercedes EQV

The Mercedes EQV is a van. It’s an electric van, but it’s also a Mercedes, which means it has the same quality and prestige as any other vehicle in their lineup. If you’re looking for something to carry your kids around, this might be right up your alley!

The EQV will run on battery power alone until it reaches 25 mph (40 km/h) or 62 miles per hour (100 km/h). Once there, it begins charging its batteries via induction technology—a process that takes just 15 minutes and uses magnetic fields instead of cables or wires!

Nissan Leaf Plus

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The Nissan Leaf Plus is a new version of the popular Leaf that’s been around for almost 15 years. It’s an electric vehicle with a range-extending gasoline engine, allowing you to drive farther on one charge than most other E.V.s on the market can manage.

The 2018 Nissan Leaf Plus S and S.V. grade models feature a 62 kWh battery pack with an improved 150 kW and 236 horsepower electric motor. These models also come with a 100 kW fast charging port to charge up to 80 percent in 40 minutes in the right conditions, and the overall power output is now at 214 horsepower and 250 lb.-ft. Of torque.

The Nissan Leaf Plus has a starting price of $37,445 when equipped with the standard six-speed manual transmission or $42,545 when equipped with an automatic transmission rated at 30 miles per gallon combined (MPGe) highway/city combined driving cycle rating (CCR).

Standard equipment includes 19-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity, dual-zone climate control system; OnStar 4G LTE wireless connectivity; navigation system subscription including emergency response service through Blue Link; iPod connectivity function plus Sirius XM radio receiver capability; voice recognition technology which allows drivers to activate Google Maps without speaking aloud via touch screen display, keypad controls located within driver-side door handle area: remote start; rain-sensing wipers, windshield washer system plus auto-dimming rearview mirror control switch, etc.

The entry-level LEAF starts at $29,990 before incentives, with delivery to begin in November 2020, while the base model goes for $34,990 after incentives are factored in (including destination). The S trim level adds more features like Android Auto connectivity with Apple CarPlay compatibility.

 Heated seats powered by a heating element are located under each seat cushion. Ventilated front seats with 12-way power adjustment including lumbar support for both driver and passenger seats; cooled glove box door handle heater fan controller built into dashboard switch panel alongside vents so the driver can adjust heat settings without having to reach over to open/close window controls or open doors themselves.

The S.V. grade starts at $36399 before incentives get factored in (including destination)

The Nissan Leaf Plus is an incredible electric car for anyone who wants to save gas money and go places without worrying about how far their battery will last. It offers better performance than most competitors and has an average rating of 4 out of 5 stars on Consumer Reports. If you’re looking for something more stylish than the average vehicle,

2018 Kia Soul E.V.

The Kia Soul E.V. is a compact electric car that’s the first Kia vehicle to be built in America. It’s also a five-door hatchback with a range of 124 miles on a single charge and 187 horsepower from its electric motor.

The Soul E.V. has many design cues from other Kias: It shares its platform with the Niro hybrid SUV and Optima plug-in hybrid sedan (Hyundai makes both). But it’s also much more convenient than those vehicles—it looks like something you’d see in any city neighborhood rather than some futuristic sci-fi setting.

If you’re looking for something different from your current ride but want something moderate and inexpensive (the base price starts at $30,000), this might be the answer you’ve been looking for!

BMW i3

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The BMW i3 is a four-door, five-passenger electric vehicle that can travel 124 miles on a single charge. It has an electric motor with 125 horsepower and 124 miles per charge range. Its battery size is 33 kWh (kilowatt-hours).

The i3 features an automatic transmission and active regenerative braking; both are powered by the same lithium-ion battery pack under the back seat to provide an extra driving range for long trips.

BMW i3s

When it was first released, the BMW i3s was considered a performance-oriented electric vehicle. It has since been discontinued and replaced by the newer 2019 model, which offers more power, an improved range, and slightly better handling.

The sportier version of this vehicle has a range of up to 174 miles on a single charge and can go from 0-60 mph in 6 seconds when equipped with an optional Sport Package (included at no extra cost).

Chevrolet Bolt

The Chevrolet Bolt is an excellent option for those looking to get into an electric vehicle without breaking the bank. It comes with a range of 238 miles and can be charged up to 80% in 30 minutes with its standard 120v outlet.

The 2018 model also features one of the highest safety ratings among all passenger cars, earning five out of five stars from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and four out of five stars from IIHS. The Bolt has been tested by both organizations and earned their top rating across all categories except side impact protection. It scored three out of five stars on this front because it protects drivers well in moderate-speed collisions. It does not offer adequate protection from head injuries, whiplash injuries sustained during rollovers or other events where severe forces could be exerted on occupants’ necks during sudden deceleration or swerves.

Hyundai Ioniq Electric

The Hyundai Ioniq Electric is a five-door, four-passenger compact SUV that offers up to 88 miles of range on a single charge and can go from 0 to 60 in about 7 seconds. It offers a comfortable and practical interior, with room for up to five passengers and their luggage or cargo. The base model starts at $33,000, but the fully loaded version will run you $48,000 (or more).

Nissan Ariya

The Nissan Ariya is a small SUV with seating for up to five passengers, a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, and available all-wheel drive. In terms of price, the Ariya starts at $24,990 with destination charges included.

The range of the Ariya is estimated at around 330 miles (537 km) on the highway or 271 miles (435 km) when driven in mixed driving conditions, such as city driving with highway acceleration between 60 mph (97 km/h) and 75 mph (121 km/h). It can go as far as 500 miles (805 km).

The interior design includes leather seats that are also removable, so you can fit additional cargo space if needed—or even fold them up against one side of your vehicle when not in use!

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The BMW iX3 is a crossover SUV and electric vehicle with a range of 400km. It’s also a plug-in hybrid, meaning its combustion engine can run on gasoline if you don’t use it for long enough or charge it up quickly enough. The iX3 gets an EPA rating of 133 MPGe city/123 MPGe highway—you’ll get about 120 miles of driving per gallon if you’re driving around town in it.

BMW’s MINI brand created the vehicle as an experiment to see if people would be interested in buying SUVs with electric motors instead of gas-powered ones (which are more common). The answer appears to be yes!

Mini Cooper SE

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The Mini Cooper SE is a compact electric car with plenty of room for passengers and cargo. It has an efficient electric motor range of up to 250 km (155 miles). The car can reach 0-100 km/h in 5.9 seconds, 0-60 mph in 5.1 seconds, and a top speed of 160 km/h (100 mph). The battery capacity is 70 kWh which translates into 167 miles between charges with current charging stations in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. Or even over 300 miles if you’re willing to spend time on your charger or have access to larger public charging stations like those found at airports or shopping malls!

The Mini Cooper SE comes with standard features like the audio system with Bluetooth connectivity, including Apple CarPlay™ & Android Auto™ compatibility, but also includes some unique options such as a navigation system, heated seats; blind spot monitoring system; keyless entry, etc…

Ford Mustang Mach-E

The Ford Mustang Mach-E is a high-performance electric vehicle. It’s a sports car, but it also has all the performance and luxury you’d expect from an F-150 pickup truck.

According to Motor Trend magazine, the Ford Mustang Mach-E is powered by an electric powertrain that produces more than 700 horsepower and can hit 60 miles per hour in less than five seconds.

Renault Arkana

If you’re looking for a mid-size SUV that can get you around town and into the mountains, Renault’s Arkana is one of the best options. It’s not cheap—it starts at $39,990—but it offers plenty of power and style in an attractive package that won’t break your bank account.


We hope this article will help you to get an idea about Electric SUVs and Crossovers. Electric cars are becoming more affordable and common. They’re an excellent option for those looking to save on their monthly payments and those who want their car to be green. With companies like Nissan working on new models offering impressive performance and zero emissions, this market sector has excellent potential.

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