All 25 Electric Cars & Trucks Coming in 2023 (2023)


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It is that time of the year where I tell you about all of the new electric car models that start deliveries in 2023.

And this time there are 25 of them every year they get better and better.

And this bunch is no different.

And you see that in just a second so let's get going right now.

Welcome to E4.

Electric, Texas, I.

Am in Austin this week, Houston next weekend after that who knows well, I will be back to Las Vegas in the first week of January for the CES as always but let's talk about 25 new cars and trucks all electric cars and trucks coming in 2023 and I'm, not talking about the ones being unveiled or promised or teased in dark rooms, I'm talking about the ones that are scheduled to be produced and delivered to their first customers in 2023.

Now, I am, including a few EVS that have started very limited to deliveries at the end of the 2022, but essentially the real delivery starred in 2023.

And every year I make this video.

This Bunch goes further on a single charge gets to charge faster and has more cool.

Tech toys and this year is no exception.

So let's get going in no particular order.

Now first let's get this one one out of the way because it has made my annual video like three years in a row and still has not gone in production I'm talking about, of course, the Tesla.

Cyber truck Tesla now says that this is going in production in summer.

But again, this is Tesla.

So we don't really know we don't even know the exact specs anymore, but it should have a range of around 500 Miles 0 to 60 in about 2.9 seconds.

And the biggest spec update is that it will have a One megawatt charging capability.

Just like the Tesla semi truck, which is now in production.

Speaking of the electric pickup trucks.

Canoe is promising one as early as the first quarter of the year, not many specs have been announced.

But the expectation is that the range is going to be closer to 200 miles 0 to 60 in almost 7, Seconds, honestly I have never had high hopes for this brand for many years.

But we don't really have to wait that much longer to see if I am right, hopefully I am wrong.

And we get a new automaker and a new EV on the road.

Audi is bringing another EV to the market to join their e-tron SUV, e-tron GT.

And the Q4 e-tron meet the Audi Q8 e-tron SUV with a sportback version for those of you who feel sexy expect around 250 miles of range 0 to 60 in about 6 seconds, which is not anything to write home about the charging speed will be flat out disappointing, but acceptable.

And it should start at around.

Eighty thousand dollars now let's talk about audio's, a big competitor BMW.

Now BMW was one of the first automakers to put out in EV on the market back in 2012, with the I3, which was a very subpar EV.

And it wasn't until a decade later in 2022 when they put out the BMW IX, which is actually a very good Eva.

And in 2023 BMW will start deliveries of two also, very impressive EVS.

If you can look beyond their, um, what I call a monkey butt? Front BMW, i7 will have over 300 miles of range 0 to 60 in respectable, 4.5 seconds up to 350 kilowatt DC fast charging capability with a starting price of around a hundred.

And twenty thousand dollars in the BMW I5 will follow shortly after with around 318 miles of vpa range.

But very few other specs have been released.

It is most likely both models will come to Europe first now let's talk about GM.

Now they've been bragging they've been bragging about their big electric plants while having to stop the production of the Chevy bolt with an embarrassing and painful recall.

And the rollout of the Hummer EV was very slow as well.

However, with the bolt issues mainly resolved and the new Factory built GM is ready to start the deliveries of not one, not two, not three, but four EVS to customers in 2023.

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Alright, let's talk about the four four EVS coming from GM in 2023.


The first one is the Chevy Blazer EV with over 300 miles 0 to 60 in 4 seconds in a starting price of around, forty five thousand dollars let's move on to the Chevy Equinox EV at around 300 miles in range 0 to 60 in 6 seconds.

And the biggest thing about car is the promised starting price of just thirty thousand dollars with the inflation.

And the cheap shortage problems.

We don't really know if they're gonna be able to pull it off, but it does seem like it will be one of the most affordable EVS on the market let's.

Talk about the big one, the all-electric Silverado, which looks like we'll, be beating all existing electric pickup trucks on the market in what I believe is the most important electric truck spec, the range at 400 miles, starting at around, forty thousand dollars DC is charging up to 350 kilowatts and 0 to 60 in 4.5 seconds.

This is a real chance for GM to make a real statement in the fourth EV coming to the market in 2023 from GM is the Hummer EV SUV with very similar specs to its sister, pickup version, including over 300 miles of range.

Now this EV was originally unveiled back in 2017.

And the company has been on life support on and off ever since.

But it does seem like they're going to make it.

This time I've been one of the few lucky journalists who actually got to drive it and I do have to say it is impressive.

The Faraday future.


91, it looks like 2023 is the year, but you never know with almost 400 miles of range and 0 to 60 in 2.4 seconds.

It will be a beast with a starting price tag of 180 000.

Another very much long-awaited EV is from the brand that actually died once but came back to life right after I'm talking about the Fiskar ocean outsourced to Magna, which is a good thing.

This EV should be a well-built debut vehicle for Fisker, starting at 37 and a half Grand with around 350 miles of range and 0 to 60 in 3.6 seconds.

The production has already started.

This beauty is the Genesis gv70 EV over 220 miles of range 0 to 60 in 4.2 and up to 350 kilowatt DC fast, charging it's already been sold in South Korea, but coming to the rest of the world in a few months let's move on to another EV from Hyundai.

This time.

It is the ionic 6 with up to 340 miles of range 0 to 60 in 5.1 seconds and up to 350 kilowatt DC fast, charging the first edition sold out and get this less than 24 hours.

Now, this brand I wasn't taking very seriously until they've actually contracted the Foxconn to build their cars for them at the Lordstown Factory, which they will the Indie one with about 300 miles of range 0 to 60 in 4.2 seconds at 45 000 starting price, but but very underwhelming charging speeds.

Well, we'll see how they do.

This is the Kia ev9, a good, looking full-size, SUV it's supposed to come out in the second half of 2023.

But with almost no specs released, except for the expected 350 kilowatt charging capability I'm, not that sure.

Now if the first deliveries really do happen in 2023, they will most likely be in South Korea.

First I will keep you guys posted.

Oh look.

Another attempt by Toyota to offer an electric vehicle.

Well, let's hope.

This one keeps its wheels on.

It is the Lexus RZ with underwhelming, 220 miles of range underwhelming charging of up to 150 kilowatts and not much else to impress.

However, it being a Lexus, it probably won't have any trouble selling.


This one started is its cool project.

And after many years of development, the solar EV light years, 0 formally known as a light year 1 is finally going in production.

It has over 300 miles of range with up to 43 miles added from the Sun through their solar panels 0 to 60 in 10 seconds, which is not that impressive.

Now this beauty is coming to the market at a quarter of a million Euros, which is around a quarter of a million dollars I'm very excited to see this EV actually make it to the market.

But the price is a bit of a head scratcher after they've delivered the Lotus evaya at the price tag of over 2 million dollars.

A Lotus is coming out with a much more affordable, Lotus elatre at less than 100 000 Euros, which is around one hundred thousand dollars 373 miles of range 0 to 60 in under 3 seconds and up to 350 kilowatts, DC fast, charging rate all impressive specs, especially for that price.

Another exotic brand Maserati is going to deliver not one, but two EVS in 2023 Maserati, Gran, Turismo, folgore coupe with 230 miles of range 0 to 60 in 2.7 seconds and up to 300 kilowatts of DC charging capability.

This one will start at 170 000 and the Maserati grigale folgore.

This one is an SUV.

It really has pretty much.

No specs that were released, which makes me wonder if it will be in my next year's video again.

Now let's get to the Mercedes-Benz now not too many people know this, but Mercedes already has seven that's, right? Seven all electric models on the road around the world right now.

This one is the eqe SUV with around 280 miles of range 0 to 60 in 6.3 seconds, but relatively average charging speeds.

It was featured in commercials for the upcoming Avatar movie, The Way of water.

You know, I was gonna redo the last take because I said, water weirdly.

But then I was like, you know what I like it that sounded sexy water.

Another brand that was pretty much first to Market with their EV back in 2010, but hasn't produced a new EV model until now is Nissan.

Nissan Arya has been unveiled in 2020 and had multiple delays.

Finally coming to Japan and parts of Europe amid 2022.

And now finally it's coming to the US in 2023 with over 300 miles of range 0 to 60 in 5.7 seconds.

And the starting price of around 43 000 Arya is a good looking SUV, which is way overdue.


Third, electric vehicle is coming and it's called pole star 3, which does check out.

It will have a range of up to 300 miles 0 to 60 in 4.6 seconds with a price tag of over 80 000 up to 250 kilowatts of DC fast, charging speed, which is pretty decent and look who is joining the party.

It is a Rolls-Royce with its very first EV, the all-electric Specter around 265 miles of range and 0 to 60 in 4.4 seconds.

The price hasn't been announced, but my secret internal sources are telling me and I don't want to overwhelm you with some complicated accounting jargon, but it's going to be a lot.

And now we are coming to one of my favorite new brands in a very unlikely success story coming out of Vietnam.

This is the very first brand that's going to stop making their gas cars and continue on with just electric cars, I'm talking about the VIN fast.

And they are bringing not one, but two all-electric vehicles to the United States and Europe in 2023.

The first one is the vf8 with around 250 miles of range 0 to 60 in 5.3 seconds.

And a starting price of just under sixty thousand dollars with a better, releasing option, which lowers the price significantly plus some really cool perks.

The deliveries have already started in Vietnam.

And it is their second EV model.

There I got to see the first one the E34 in person when I went to Vietnam earlier this year and the vf9 with over 300 miles of range 0 to 6, 60 in 3 seconds and at 76, 900 starting price.

And yes, it has third row seats to seat up to seven passengers that's it.

These newbies along with all of the EVS that are already on the road today are growing a pretty impressive list of what only 10 years ago seemed like an outrageous and impossible proposition.

Let me know which ones you have your eye on and we're gonna do this again next year, looking forward to all of your comments other than that.

See you guys next time and remember to stay charged.


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What will be the cheapest EV in 2023? ›

The Chevrolet Bolt EV is the cheapest EV out there for 2023. Its $27,495 starting sum nets a 200-hp front-mounted electric motor that's powered by a sizeable 65.0-kWh battery pack. No matter the trim, all Bolt EV models are EPA-rated to travel up to 259 miles on a full charge.

What car company is going all-electric by 2024? ›

The Jaguar side of the company has already made waves with its Tesla-fighting electric SUV, the I-Pace, and the company says the Land Rover side will have its first EV model by 2024. (Learn about the 2023 Land Rover Range Rover Sport.)

How much will an electric car cost in 2023? ›

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2023 Chevrolet Bolt$25,600259
2023 Nissan Leaf$27,800149
2023 Mini Electric Hardtop$33,900114

What year will all trucks be electric? ›

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How much is a 2023 EV truck and? ›

The starting price for the 2023 GMC Sierra EV truck will be around $55,000, while the top-of-the-line Denali will cost $75,000 with the largest 200 kWh battery pack and most powerful motor combo.

What is the maximum 2023 EV credit? ›

Federal EV Tax Credit 2023: How it Works

For EVs placed into service in 2023, the up to $7,500 EV tax credit is extended for 10 years — until December 2032. The tax credit is taken in the year that you take delivery of the EV.

Can you still drive gas cars after 2035? ›

Under a growing multi-state pact, only zero-emission vehicles — including electric vehicles and some plug-in hybrids — can be sold following the 2035 model year. Traditional gas-powered cars on the road at that point wouldn't be affected, and drivers would still be allowed to buy used gas-powered cars.

What state is going all-electric cars? ›

To date, 13 states have adopted the ZEV Program (California, Colorado, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington). The ZEV program requires increasing sales of ZEVs over the next decade.

Is Ford really going all-electric? ›

The move comes a year earlier than expected as Ford begins rolling out all-electric models across its lineup. Earlier this year, Ford released plans to become an all-electric brand in Europe by 2035, introducing nine EV models by 2024.

Will gas get cheaper with more electric cars? ›

This dispels one misconception I had – that EV's would lower gasoline prices. They will eventually, but refiners are prepared. Strong gasoline prices will aid the economics of electrification as well as turnover to more efficient conventional vehicles.

How much does it cost to replace a battery in an electric car? ›

On average, you can expect the replacement cost of an electric car's battery to run from $5,000 to upward of $15,000, according to an article from Consumer Reports. As a general rule, the larger the battery is, the more expensive it is to replace.

How long do electric car batteries last? ›

Most manufacturers have a five to eight-year warranty on their battery. However, the current prediction is that an electric car battery will last from 10 – 20 years before they need to be replaced.

Is Chevy coming out with a small electric truck? ›

Silverado EV WT preproduction model shown. Actual production model will vary. Initial availability for Fleet and Commercial customers starting Spring 2023. Retail availability expected Summer of 2024.

Will there ever be a heavy-duty electric truck? ›

The majority (over 90%) of the already available medium-duty and heavy-duty trucks models are battery electric; 12 models of fuel cell heavy-duty trucks are currently available – and another 8 are due to become available in 2023-24.

Will diesel semi trucks be banned? ›

“We can say that California did this right.” Starting in 2036, no new fossil-fueled medium-duty and heavy-duty trucks will be sold in the state. Large trucking companies also must convert to electric or hydrogen models by 2042.

Will EV prices go down in 2024? ›

When will the change happen? According to researchers based at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University, electric car battery prices will probably fall to the desired range (under $100 per kilowatt-hour) by 2023, 2024, or 2025. Many auto industry gurus are convinced that it will happen by 2025.

Will EV become cheaper in the future? ›

Prices Will Fall as EV Infrastructure Expands

“For electric cars to be cheaper, an increase in the charging ports well-distributed around the country is needed.” That increase is already well underway.

Are EVs expected to get cheaper? ›

As batteries become cheaper to make, production costs will decrease, resulting in lower prices for car buyers. That's good news for consumers in the market for an electric vehicle in the next few years. EV prices will decrease due to the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, signed by President Joe Biden.

Will electric cars be affordable soon? ›

A 2021 analysis from Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicted that “Electric vehicles should be cheaper to buy on average than combustion vehicles in about five years, without subsidies” as economies of scale make production cheaper.

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