Electric vehicles will be shown off at The Frankfurt Motor Show this September, from12-22. While the entire world of who is who and what is what will be present at the event,. We have a list of seven electric-powered cars which will be shown here.
BMW will be displaying their concept which is expected to mark the return of the M1 supercar from 1978. The BMW Vision M Concept is said to arrive by 2025 with a 591hp petrol hybrid drivetrain and is designed to lead the way for future of electrified M performance cars form BMW.
While many may have criticized Honda for not making too many interesting and exciting cars in the recent past, took their opinions back when Honda took the wraps off their urban city electric car, the Honda E. The Honda E will use a 35.5-kWh Lithium-ion battery mounted under the floor, which will deliver 200kms of range on a full charge. While the 95% production-ready version of the car was showcased at Geneva earlier this year, the final production model will be showcased at Frankfurt along with more details.
Hyundai have not shared much information on EVs as yet, Hyundai Motorsport did release a trailer hinting that it plans to enter the electric-racing circuit with a new all-electric racecar. What we know so far is that the car has been developed in Germany, and is most likely to be based on the existing i30 N TCR.
Wow it's a hybrid, we cannot talk about a motor show without talking about Lamborghini. There's a mention, that the Aventador will be replaced with a hybridized hypercar. While information is hidden at the moment, it will most likely to be equipped with a V12 engine assisted by an electric motor to rival the Ferrari SF90 Stradale.
The electric version of the V-Class van production ready model EQV is expected to be introduced at Franfurt motor show. It will be based on the standard model that can seat up to eight people. The EQV will be powered by a an electric motor, derived from the EQC electric compact SUV with the battery pack mounted under the floor. Expected to have a range of 400kms on a single charge.
Mini finally revealed the production version of the first-ever all-electric powered Mini. The three-door model will be called the Mini Cooper SE will be powered by the same powertrain as the BMW i3s featuring a 32.6kWh battery pack that produces 184PS and 270Nm. The Mini Cooper SE will have a range of 235km.
Porsche has been working on a four-door all-electric car to take the fight to Tesla. While the California based maker has enjoyed a free reign in the electric vehicle market mostly in the US, Porsche plans to come in with their model called the Taycan which has been seen testing on the road for a significant amount of time.
Volkswagen will be here with their brand new electric car with the introduction of the ID 3 electric hatchback. The ID 3 is said to have a range of 550kms on a full charge and is also capable of fast charging of 125kW. The ID 3 is set to rival the Mini electric
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