Welcome to the future of transportation!
In this guide we present our top picks for 2024 electric cars, highlighting their state-of-the-art features, sleek silhouettes, and environmentally conscious ingenuity that will undoubtedly transform the automobile industry.
Tesla’s electric vehicle lineup is expected to expand significantly in 2024, moving beyond the current Model S, Model X, and Model 3 to include innovative additions such as the Cybertruck, Semi tractor-trailer truck, and redesigned Roadster.
The Roadster, which pays tribute to the first Tesla car – an electric convertible based on a Lotus platform – promises exceptional performance, distinguishing it unique from any vehicle that has come before it.
The Roadster was first introduced in 2017 with an ambitious production target of 2020, but it experienced delays as the initial plan confronted the obstacles of the turbulent year that was 2020.
Despite Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, stating a shipping prediction for the Roadster in 2023, recent indicators imply that all new products experience supply delays, making a 2024 debut more likely.
The Roadster, despite its name, defies expectations as a four-seater car, with a comfortable back seat and a partially retractable roof. Its power comes from three motors that move all four wheels, allowing for the indicated rocket-like acceleration, with the firm promising a 0-60 mph speed of 1.9 seconds.
GMC Sierra EV Denali
Based on the same GM Ultium platform as the Hummer EV, the Sierra EV is expected to arrive as a state-of-the-art, premium pickup truck. GMC intends to progressively roll out more economical trims over time as part of a calculated strategy, with the goal of eventually having a basic price of $50,000.
The top-of-the-line Denali Edition 1 model has an astonishing 754 horsepower. This crew cab truck is expected to reach an estimated 400 miles of range and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 4.5 seconds, according to GMC.
The Sierra EV stands out due to its unique design, which has a single bed and body that opens into the cab to expand the enclosed cargo capacity from a 5-foot, 11-inch bed to 9 feet.
Furthermore, the truck comes equipped with unique features such as “crab walk,” allowing it to move diagonally at low speeds, and all-wheel steering, facilitating a remarkably tight turning circle.
Ram 1500 REV
The 1500 REV, with its unique design that skillfully blends innovation and familiarity, is a bold step into the future of Ram pickup trucks. With its 654 horsepower electric engine, the truck offers customers the option to select between a regular battery pack with a 350-mile range or an extended version with an incredible 500-mile range.
However, the 1500 REV’s capacity to reroute electricity to a home, the grid, or a place of business – in addition to recharging – sets it apart.
Its performance characteristics are supported by an independent rear suspension and an adjustable air suspension option. With hands-free driver assistance technology available, the 1500 REV embraces the future and adds a modern touch to driving.
Regarding price, it is projected that the 1500 REV will be priced affordably, falling between $55,000 and $90,000.
Drawing inspiration from the previously announced Acura ZDX and developed in collaboration with General Motors, Honda is set to release the all-new Prologue SUV.
The Prologue’s EX model, positioned as a front-wheel-drive alternative, is expected to reach an EPA driving range of 300 miles. Although all-wheel drive will be available, precise range estimates for these models are not yet known.
The Prologue’s interior, which includes an 11.3-inch infotainment screen and an 11-inch digital instrument panel, is modern and easy to operate. Interestingly, instead of being incorporated into the conventional dash design, these screens are more like tablet computers.
The Prologue is expected to be priced between $47,000 and $59,000.
With the launch of the Recon, a vehicle that captures the spirit of a Wrangler for the future and is positioned to take on competitors like the Ford Bronco and Land Rover Defender, Jeep is preparing for a new, EV frontier.
Designed for off-road exploration, the Recon possesses electric axle locking to improve traction, a range of driver-selectable modes to accommodate different conditions, and extensive underbody protection to confidently take on difficult terrains.
A one-touch power top makes it possible to enjoy the classic wind-in-your-hair driving sensation, staying true to the Wrangler heritage. The Recon’s detachable doors and rear side windows, which let drivers tailor their outdoor experience to the weather, further increase its adaptability.
Although the Recon’s precise price is yet unknown, its features and design point to it being a strong competitor in the cutthroat off-road electric vehicle market.
The Fiat 500e, which will make a comeback to the United States in 2024 as an all-electric variant, has the same appeal as its European equivalent.
I’ve had my hands on this little cutie during my car photoshoot trips in Europe and it’s a fine little contender for a small city car. You wouldn’t want to take this on the highway though, if you ask me!
It embraces its position as a fashionable city car and blends contemporary technology with the compact dimensions of the original 500.
A single charge should last 150 miles, with quick 5-minute DC fast-charging intervals providing an additional 30 miles.
Estimated price range: $29,000 to $34,000.