150 plug-in vehicles arriving in U.S. showrooms through 2026

Chrysler electric crossover: The brand plans to launch its first battery electric vehicle by 2025. Chrysler previewed what this model could look like with its electric airflow crossover concept at CES in January. Chrysler said the concept, which offers 350 to 400 miles of electric range, is based on the STLA Large platform.

Ford electric pickup: Ford says its Blue Oval City assembly plant in Tennessee will build “next-generation F-Series electric pickups” on Ford’s special battery platform. CEO Jim Farley went a step further, saying the new plant will build “another truck” that isn’t a redesigned Lightning. The vehicle will go on sale in 2025. Details are scarce, but it could be a distinctly styled, full-size pickup truck under the F-Series umbrella, marketed more towards retail buyers, while the traditional Michigan Lightning would be focused on commercial sales.

Ford Explorer EV: Having abandoned plans to build the Explorer and Lincoln Aviator electric vehicles alongside the Mustang Mach-E in Cuautitlan, Mexico, Ford now plans to begin manufacturing the vehicles in Oakville, Ontario, beginning in late 2024. Sales are expected to begin in early 2025. Rebuilt from construction of the petrol-powered Edge and Lincoln Nautilus.

Genesis Electric G70: The second generation of the G70 is scheduled to be launched in 2025 as a dedicated electric vehicle on the E-GMP platform. It’s unclear if Genesis will stick to the “Electrified” naming convention it uses on its G80 and GV70, as the model’s availability with only an all-electric powertrain already signals that it’s electrified.

Genesis large electric crossover: Genesis could unveil an electric three-row crossover in the second half of 2025, possibly dubbed the GV90. The model would be an upscale version of the Kia EV9 and Hyundai Ioniq 7, both mid-size seven-seat crossovers based on the E-GMP platform that will be launched in the coming years.

Infiniti EV Sedan: The Japanese-made Q50 sports sedan was to be reborn mid-decade as a battery-powered model based on the Q’s Inspiration sports sedan concept. It features an elevated driving position and all-wheel drive. The new electric vehicle will be built at the Nissan plant in Mississippi from 2025.

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Jaguar large electric SUV: Launching in 2025 and built on a stretched Panthera platform, the large electric Jag SUV will target the US and China. It’s expected to be offered in two models, a loaded standard version and a super high-performance SVR model that could have a sticker price in excess of $200,000.

Jaguar mid-size electric SUV: car car says the smallest of the new Jags will be roughly the same size as the Porsche Taycan, will be available in three- and five-door body styles, and will have a six-figure starting price.

Kia EV5: An electric sedan is expected in mid-2025. It’s still unclear whether Kia’s midsize K5 sedan will be phased out after its current cycle. If so, the EV5 could take its place in the lineup, sporting similar dimensions to the Hyundai Ioniq 6 and featuring a design that doesn’t cater to family demographics.

Land Rover Defender: An all-electric model is expected.

Land Rover Discovery Sport: The next-gen Discovery Sport will move to the EMA architecture and potentially be available as an electric vehicle in 2025.

The second BEV from Lexus: Lexus is bringing a second electric vehicle to the US in 2025, but whether it will be a three-row crossover similar to the RX or a more efficient sport sedan similar to the IS is unknown. The Lexus Electrified Sedan concept shown in December might be the more logical bet, as the RX is the brand’s best-selling model and has been freshly revised with a hybridised powertrain and a three-row crossover could undercut the new TX, while the IS is long in the tooth. But never bet against Lexus’ ability to make money – which means it will likely be the crossover.

Lincoln aviator-sized electric vehicle: An EV based on the Aviator was moved alongside the Ford Explorer variant to make room for more Mustang Mach-E production in Cuautitlan, Mexico. Now it’s destined for Ford’s Oakville assembly plant, where production is expected to begin in late 2024 and sales begin in early 2025.

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Lincoln Midsize Crossover EV: Lincoln had planned a mid-size crossover EV, codenamed CDX818, for US production in 2025. This vehicle is now only slated for production in China, with US sales plans unclear.

Clear Medium Platform: Lucid executives talked a bit about the company’s next platform, which will be designed for more mainstream luxury vehicles. A smaller sedan or hatchback could use half the battery, a single motor, and more mainstream materials to match a Tesla Model 3’s price point, which starts just under $50,000. The same platform could also support a crossover like the Tesla Model Y. But Lucid has his hands full with the Air and will probably not deliver a third model until 2025.

Maserati MC20: The sports car will be offered battery-electric in 2025.

Mazda MX-50: It’s possible Mazda will unveil a CX-50-sized compact electric crossover with a rotary engine range-extender version in 2025, as expected with the next iteration of the MX-30.

Mercedes EQC Crossover: Mercedes-Benz plans to bring the next generation of its EQC electric compact crossover to the United States in late 2025. It will be based on the compact MMA platform.

Mini Electro Compact Crossover: The new EV would be placed below the brand’s best-selling Countryman. Developed in partnership with Great Wall Motor, the China-made mini crossover will feature an all-electric platform and modern design. Whether the EV will get the green light for the US market is still unclear.

Mini electric car: The Chinese-made compact hatchback would be smaller than the current hardtop. Mini will develop it jointly with Great Wall Motor. It remains to be seen whether the model will reach US dealers.

Nissan electric crossover coupe: Nissan will introduce a replacement for the Leaf in the middle of the decade. Nissan presented the new model last year in a sporty concept called Chill-Out. It uses Nissan’s CMF-EV platform and features the twin-engine e-4ORCE four-wheel drive system.

Nissan electric sedan: The battery-powered model, coming in 2025, has a sedan-like profile with a sloping roofline and new headlight and taillight designs. Inspired by the Nissan IMs concept shown at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, the twin-engine electric vehicle will be based on the CMF-EV platform and will feature a long wheelbase and waistline, forward A-pillars and a raked-back angle have windows.

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Porsche 718 Boxster: In 2025, Porsche will make the mid-engine sports car a purely electric model.

Porsche 718 Cayman: Porsche was due to unveil a battery-powered version in the middle of the decade.

Porsche Cayenne: The crossover could be the fifth Porsche nameplate to receive an all-electric powertrain as early as 2025.

Rivian R2T/R2S/R2X/R2R: The first vehicles from Rivian’s Georgia plant will be smaller and more affordable, the company says. The automaker will likely use in-house motors and offer lithium-iron batteries to lower their costs compared to the expensive R1T and R1S. Rivian says the plant will launch its first vehicles in 2025. These could include a smaller pickup called the R2T and a smaller R2S SUV. The new platform could also be used to make a smaller Rivian R2X, targeting two-door versions of the Wrangler and Bronco once battery-electric variants of those rivals become available. If Rivian decides to make more car-like vehicles, one option is an off-road-oriented hatchback with the looks of a rally car. According to AutoForecast Solutions, the sporty vehicle could be called the R2R.

Rolls-Royce electric crossover: A battery-powered crossover could arrive in US showrooms by mid-decade. According to media reports, the electric vehicle would be built on the “Architecture of Luxury” platform and would share powertrain technology with BMW’s next-generation electric vehicles.

Toyota electric sedan: Given earlier-than-expected product launches, Toyota’s third BEV could be a sedan, coming to US dealerships in 2025.

Electric mid-size crossover from Volvo: An all-electric version of the XC60 crossover is coming in the first half of 2025. One dealer describes it as bigger, sportier and more off-road capable – with new front and rear design. It also has a redesigned instrument cluster and floating center display inside.


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