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EVs Coming in 2022

The EV revolution is happening. The good news is your favorite car manufacturers are releasing new and exciting electric vehicles. These are some of the most exciting EVs coming in 2022.


BMW iX

Cost: $84,195

Range: 300 miles Charging Speed: 40 minutes

Charging Port: CCS

Top Speed: 124 mph

Seats: 5

Drive Type: All-Wheel

Available: Early 2022

Special Features: Glass roof, LED curved touch display, 18 speakers, and interior cameras


This is the first completely electric SUV from BMW and it's definitely a luxurious improvement from the i3. The thoughtful design and luxe interior gives the iX a completely different look and feel. This is the first vehicle that BMW has added an interior camera to. While you can take selfies with it, the cameras are also part of the security system. When the alarm is triggered, the interior cameras will begin recording and send a message to your phone. Another new feature that was added to give it a luxe look are the diamond buttons. They are on the gear shift and the seat controls and are made out of plastic but finished to look like glass.


Cadillac Lyriq

Cost: $59,990

Range: 300 miles Charging Speed: 1 hour

Charging Port: CCS

Top Speed: 130 mph

Seats: 5

Drive Type: All-Wheel

Available: Summer 2022

Special Features: 33 inch LED display, Google built-in compatibility, and Super Cruise driving assistance.


The Cadillac Lyriq is the first electric vehicle from Cadillac. It's sleek design, innovative features, solid range make the Lyriq a great first EV. Along with the EV, Cadillac will also be releasing a mobile app that will pair with your vehicle. This app will allow you to access your locks, charging ports, and view charging information from your phone.


Ford F-150 Lightning

Cost: $42,000

Range: 230-300 miles Charging Speed: 1 hour

Charging Port: CCS

Top Speed: 130 mph

Seats: 5

Drive Type: All-Wheel

Available: Spring 2022

Special Features: Touch screen display, heated and cooled seats, 18 speakers, CarPlay and Android Auto, 4G LTE hotspot


The Ford F-150 is one of the best-selling trucks in the United States, so it’s no surprise they created an electric version. The cabin space will be the exact same as the non-electric F-150 and will have a towing capacity of 10,000 pounds. It will have a 5’5” bed as well as some added storage in the frunk. Along the exterior of the truck will be 360 degree cameras to assist with towing and parking.


KIA EV6

Cost: $58,500

Range: 316 miles Charging Speed: 18 minutes

Charging Port: CCS

Top Speed: 114 mph

Seats: 5

Drive Type: All-Wheel

Available: Early 2022

Special Features: Vegan leather interior, ultra-wide sunroof, heated front, and rear seats, and augmented reality head-up display


KIA’s EV6 is one of the most exciting EVs for 2022. It's a first-generation SUV from Kia and it features high-tech infotainment, ultra-fast charging, and a solid 316 mile range. When using apps like navigation, the dash will project on the windshield using the augmented reality head-up display to eliminate the need to take your eyes off of the road. This is definitely an EV to keep your eye on.


Rivian R1S

Cost: $72,500

Range: 316 miles Charging Speed: 1 hour

Charging Port: CCS

Top Speed: 114 mph

Seats: 7

Drive Type: All-Wheel

Available: Available to order and get on the waitlist now

Special Features: towing up to 7,700 pounds, 2 displays, heated steering wheels, panoramic glass roof


The Rivian is a new EV manufacturer with two vehicles, the R1T and the R1S. The R1T is a pick-up truck and is available to customers now. The R1S is one of the most anticipated electric SUVs coming to the market in 2022. It has a unique design with a luxurious-looking interior. The interior is made of vegan leather with wood trim and two touch screen displays, one for infotainment and the other for the dash information. It is available for pre-order now and will be given to customers in2022.


In conclusion...

With electric vehicles increasing in popularity, more and more companies will release their own EVs. There are endless possibilities for more innovative features, extended ranges, and new designs in the future of electric vehicles.







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