The evolution of the battery electric technology allows EVs to grow larger. For example, the selection of mid-size SUVs already includes more than a dozen models, which do cater to various groups of buyers. In today’s video we will help you navigate between all of these models by listing the most relevant information about their technical specifications and prices. We have got the all-new and already proven representatives of the class,
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00:45 Chevrolet Blazer EV
In summer 2023, the Chevrolet Blazer will also debut as an electric model utilizing the Ultium platform with 247 and up to 320 miles of range.
02:15 Lexus RZ 450e
2023 Lexus RZ 450e is the company’s first all-electric mid-size SUV, that is built on the dedicated eTNGA platform.
03:40 Fisker Ocean
If successful, the 2023 Fisker Ocean will restore Henrik Fisker to the automotive hall of fame and establish him not only as an automotive designer but also as a successful business manager.
05:01 Cadillac Lyriq
Electrified exuberance is a quite comprehensive description of Cadillac’s new technological flagship. The 2023 Cadillac Lyric’s exterior highlights include the Black Crystal Shield, LED projectors, full-glass roof and massive wheels up to 22 inch.
06:25 NIO ES7
2022 NIO ES7 is the all-new mid-size model from the brand that slots between the ES6 and ES8 in NIO’s range and comes underpinned by the second-generation NT 2.0 platform.
08:02 BMW iX
After stealing the spotlight as the world’s most controversially looking electric SUV, the BMW iX has gradually found its buyers and effectively doubled the BMW EV sales.
09:29 VW ID.6
Originally, Volkswagen released this crossover as an exclusive offering for the Chinese market, but rumor has it, that the EU and the UK will also get it in 2023. This model is offered in tow modifications: ID6 Crozz and ID6 X.
10:43 Tesla Model Y
Despite Tesla’s brutal price hikes their smaller SUV Tesla Model Y remains the best-selling luxury car in the world. Today the crossover is offered in Long Range and Performance trims, both motivated by a dual motor all-wheel drive powertrain.
12:00 Mercedes-Benz EQB
The 2023 Mercedes-Benz EQB is making its way across the globe in 3 modifications, one single motor FWD and two dual-motor AWD. The most powerful EQB of the bunch is the 350 4Matic with 288 horses, 384 lb-ft and 6 seconds 0 to 60.
13:24 Audi E-Tron
2023 Audi E-Tron carries over unchanged from the previous model year, offering buyers two configurations 50 and 55 Quattro with a maximum of 402hp, 490 lb-ft, and 226 miles.
14:43 Polestar 3
2023 Polestar 3 will debut this October and will be built at the company’s plant in Charleston, South Carolina.