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The EVs to look forward to in 2022

The EVs to look forward to in 2022

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The electric vehicle race is really heating up. Already in 2021, we’ve seen countless battery-powered models hit the market.

BMW iX

BMW’s striking iX is set to come to the fore in 2022, bringing an eye-catching new look alongside a futuristic cabin that is packed with features. Available with two battery sizes - the largest of which is capable of delivering up to 391 miles of range - the iX arrives as BMW’s new flagship electric car. 


Mercedes EQS

Mercedes EQS parkedThe Mercedes S-Class is a well-known model in the luxury saloon car segment, but now the firm is trying to transplant some of that DNA into a new electric version - the EQS. Designed to offer the same refinement as an S-Class but with an efficient electric powertrain, the EQS packs a range of up to 453 miles. Plus, thanks to rapid 200kW charging, some 186 miles of range can be added in as little as 15 minutes. 


Genesis GV60

Genesis GV60 parked Genesis is already making an impact in the UK, having only arrived on the scene a few months ago. The next stage of its progress comes in the form of this - the GV60. It’s the brand’s first bespoke EV and moves on from an electric version of the G80 saloon. While its quirky looks will no doubt turn heads, a performance version capable of reaching 60mph in under four seconds will be a car to get a lot of people excited. Plus, a range of 249 miles in large battery versions puts it on the money in this segment. 


Citroen Ami

Citroen Ami parked on the roadCitroen’s tiny Ami created quite the buzz when it first hit the scene, but for a little while it looked like the UK wouldn’t be getting a chance to own one. Now, that’s changed. Following immense demand, Citroen is finally bringing the Ami to these shores. With a range of 46 miles and a top speed of 28mph, it’s definitely one for those who live in the city. 


Volvo C40 Recharge

Volvo C40 driving on the road

Volvo is marching ahead with its electrification plans, integrating battery-assisted powertrains into pretty much all of its cars. Only recently, however, did it introduce its first pure electric vehicle and now it’s building on that with the introduction of the C40.Essentially a coupe-styled version of the firm’s XC40 P8 Recharge, the C40 brings a new look but with the same efficient electric setup.