With 2020 set to be the debut year for several all-electric vehicle models, the list of cars, trucks, and SUVs to be released is extensive. From Rivian’s R1T all-electric pickup truck to the new Model Y sedan from Tesla, each automaker has worked to outdo the last. Here are some of the best EVs to watch for in 2020.

Kia Soul EV

Kia is also getting in the EV mix with the Soul model. It is unknown exactly when the Soul EV will begin selling in the U.S., but the car will have up to 243 miles of range when it arrives, the Green Car Reports said. Demand for the all-electric car is strong in Europe which may delay its arrival in the U.S. as Kia reportedly looks to keep up with production.

Mercedes-Benz EQC

Mercedes-Benz has not said for certain when the EQC will arrive in the U.S., but the vehicle is expected to offer a reported 200- to 280-mile driving range. The EV has 402 horsepower and is based on the company’s current GLC model, the news outlet reported. 

Polestar 2

The Polestar 2 is a new EV from the automaker with the same name. The EV will arrive in 2020 and is expected to have a $45,000 price tag. Details on the all-electric vehicle include a reported 275-mile driving range and 408-horsepower powertrain, which was developed by parent companies, Volvo and Geely.

Porsche Taycan

The all-electric Porsche Taycan was also released earlier this year and will be available as an EV Turbo variant. The Taycan has said to be a rival of Tesla, which Porsche strongly disputes despite the friendly jabs from Elon Musk, who wanted to set up a race between the two models. Details on the Taycan include a 412- and 450-mile driving range, respectively.

Rivian R1T

The Rivian began in its foray in the electric vehicle market with significant investments from both Ford and Amazon. Amazon has also recently ordered 100,000 electric vans from the company, which is expected to bring to market the R1T electric pickup truck in 2020. The all-electric truck is reported to have an anticipated driving range of up to 400 miles and offer 820 pounds-per-feet of torque.

Tesla Model Y

No electric vehicle list would be complete without an EV from Tesla. The company’s Model Y compact crossover is also expected to arrive in 2020. Building upon the framework of the Model 3, the new Model Y will have a driving range of 280 to 300 miles and cost more than $60,000 in early versions of the vehicle, the news outlet reported.

Volkswagen ID 4

The ID 4 from Volkswagen is expected to rear its head in 2020 as well, despite the automaker foregoing any planned announcements at this time. VW has, however, hinted that the ID 4 could be cheaper than other EV crossovers, including the Tesla Model Y, by thousands of dollars, Green Car Reports said.

Volvo XC40EV

Volvo will take the wraps off the XC40EV in 2020. This all-electric compact crossover has been in development for a while now and will offer vehicle buyers virtually everything they are looking for in a tall-riding vehicle with very little compromise, according to Green Car Reports.

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