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The future is very bright for electric SUVs. I put together a list of the upcoming electric SUVs for 2021 and beyond.
  • Audi Q4 e-tron
  • BMW iNext
  • BMW iX3
  • Byton M-Byte
  • Fisker Ocean
  • Land Rover Road Rover
  • Mazda MX-30
  • Polestar 3
  • Porsche Macan Electric
  • Rivian R1S
  • Tesla Model Y
  • Volkswagen ID.4
 

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Fisker is still around, their first car launched was a nightmare.

Only a handful of body shops were able to successfully replace the roof solar panel without cracking them and they failed alot.
 

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Very true, that one's going to be very interesting to follow. Especially with Nissan sticking with CHAdeMO charging.
Perhaps Nissan should partner up with Tesla. Seems Tesla sells an adapter to let it charge on CHAdeMO. If Nissan gets an adapter to go from Tesla Super Charger to CHAdeMO, Nissan would be the 2nd most preferred EV brand. ;)
 

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For Fisker, they announced what their lease prices are going to be for the Ocean.

Lessees will be paying $379 per month but they can choose how long they want to lease it.

Fisker is touting the flexibility of its lease package. Lessees will choose how long they keep their Ocean, whether it’s one month or several years. There’ll be no long-term contracts and lessees can drive more than 48,000km per year.

It will come with a 80kWh battery pack, which is estimated to achieve an electric range of between 400 and 480 kilometres (248 and 298 miles)

A “complete production-intent prototype” of the Ocean will debut in January 2020 with production slated to begin in late 2021.Deliveries will commence in 2022. Experience centres will open next year allowing prospective customers to check out the Ocean in person. Customers will also be able to schedule test drives via the app in 2021.



 
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