We’ve assembled a collection of today’s most advanced electric and semi-autonomous vehicles from the companies that are transforming the auto industry.
We’re already accelerating beyond the excitement of new electric vehicles, and embracing a new generation of mobility that is placing connectivity and autonomous technologies at the center of new trends.
As a result cars are evolving, and our relationship with our vehicles is evolving. From ride sharing and emerging “always on” 5G tech, our vehicles will clearly not just be part of our lives, they will change the way we live our lives. From new safety features, to infotainment systems and stuff you probably haven’t even thought of yet, this year’s new “ELECTRIC ZONE” will give you a new view and perspective on our collective automotive future. 



With more than 400,000 sales worldwide, the Nissan LEAF is a global leader in electric cars. The LEAF was the first mass-market EV available in its class, and it continues to lead the charge, making electric driving accessible to everyone. The LEAF exhibits a range of up to 363KM, 100% Instant Torque, and up to 214 Horsepower.


The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid represents the only hybrid variant in the minivan class. With over 30 miles of EV-only range, it remains a standout. The Pacifica Hybrid has an eFlite Electrically Variable Transmission (EVT) and a 3.6L Pentastar™ VVT V6 hybrid engine.


From your weekday commute to weekend trips and all the places in between, Chevrolet Bolt EV is ready to take you wherever you want to go. This ride is an affordable all-electric vehicle that offers up to an estimated 417 km of range on a full charge. Plus, it offers available advanced safety technologies, plenty of space and good looks on top of that. With Bolt EV, there’s nothing holding you back.


With a driving range of rougly 407KM and a sleek exterior, the Jagaur I-Pace is an attractive, all-electric vehicle. The I-Pace boasts standard all-wheel drive thanks to two electric motors that produce a combined 394 horsepower and 512 lb-ft of torque. That energy provides quick and effortless acceleration.

BMW i3

The BMW i3 sports a unique, funky exterior that’s sure to turn heads. The all-electric vehicle exhibits about 243KM of driving range, with the ability to go 0-100KM in about 6.6 seconds. The i3’s suspension dispenses with cracks, bumps, and expansion strips in the pavement with ease, to the point where it feels too isolated from the road. While the light and numb steering is less than ideal, the i3’s diminutive size and relatively light weight make threading through traffic fun.


The E-Tron is Audi’s very first all-electric vehicle that combines the enjoyment behind a luxury-class vehicle and a suitable electric driving range of up to 436KM. The E-Tron sports a top speed of 200KMH and a 0-100KM acceleration in 6.6 seconds. 


The Taycan is Porche’s first all-electric car that fully lives up to the Porsche reputation. The 4S makes either 522 horsepower or 563 horsepower, the Turbo makes 670 horsepower, and the top Turbo S features 750 horsepower. The Taycan exhibits a driving range of about 308KM.


The Tesla Model 3 is an all-electric vehicle boasting a simplistic yet futuristic interior. All models exhibit a driving range of at least 321KM, with the Long Range model sporting a driving range of 518KM. The Performance Model sports a 0-100KM acceleration in just 3.5 seconds, certainly making this EV stand apart from the rest.


The Tesla Model X is the crossover sister to the Model S. With seating for up to 7 people and over 482KM of driving range, the Model X is a practical EV. While still sporting the simplistic interior, the Model X is much similar to the Model S. Although the X is much larger and heavier, it still handles extremely well due to the batteries being mounted in the floor, creating a lower center of gravity.


The Zero Motorcycle is an all-electric motorcycle with a range of about 243KM. Featuring a clutchless direct drive transmission and a top speed of 164KM, the Zero Motorcycle certainly stands out in its class.


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