2021 Electric Cars: What’s Coming?

Whether you are an oil engine super fan that could never picture yourself driving a silent car or you are fascinated by Tesla, it’s undeniable that the latest advancements in electric cars in the last few years are truly amazing. 

And is good to know that despite this year’s circumstances the EV’s revolution is going ahead, developing new technologies and improvements in the car industry. 

The shift has been obvious in the fact that many of the major automobile brands have now presented electric and hybrid models. This variety in the market could cause the prices of EVs to drop a bit and become more accessible for new audiences. 

We can expect to see a significant diversity next year, varying from pick-up trucks to luxury sedans. 

What are the most expected electric cars launching in 2021? 

Tesla Cybertruck

This had to be number one on the list. The super anticipated Tesla Cybertruck seems to be a gamer changer. Since the very moment it was announced, its futuristic design and stainless steel material made it incredibly popular. 

The unconventional truck will be powered by up to three electric motors and should hit 500 miles of range.

Lightyear One

It’s designed to be as efficient as possible. It will have a range of 450 miles (725km). This range can be driven on 1 battery charge, what you charge by the sun on your roof comes on top.

Thanks to its 4 in-wheel motors and air-suspension the car can also traverse both rough terrain and highways with ease. 

In Q1 of 2021, it’s expected a new prototype and at the end of 2021, the company aims to deliver their first car to one of the 125 clients that reserved Lightyear One so far.

2021 Porsche Taycan

Apparently, it will be the second-most expensive EV you can buy in 2021. But that is not stopping Porsche fans to be completely captivated by its gorgeous design. 

This electric sports sedan will have a new calibration that can better regulate the battery-charging capacity at fast-charging stations, reducing the charging power if you’re stopping for a longer amount of time.

2021 Chevrolet Bolt

It’s one of the most affordable EVs proving a long driving range.

This small and competent car is far away from more modern and stylish vehicles, but it’s the type of EV that allows us to picture a future with family-friendly and common electric cars.

The 2021 Bolt EV is powered by a 66 kWh lithium-ion battery pack mated to an electric drive motor. The system gained 6 kWh for the 2020 model year, delivering 21 more miles of driving range for a total of 259 miles.

On a full charge, the 2021 Bolt EV is expected to deliver an EPA-estimated electric driving range of 259 miles.


Hummer is back and it will go fully electric. This surprising change might be exactly what we needed to see in the industry. The mix between the militaristic SUVs and the electric technology developments could make it a leader among electric pickup trucks. 

GM’s proprietary Ultium battery technology, which it will share with Honda, will give the Hummer EV a range of 350-plus miles.

For now, it will have three electric motors that make 1000 horsepower.

Will this electric car development trend continue? It’s very likely that EVs become better every year, causing even the biggest oil engine supporters to doubt their preferences and maybe have an electrified future.