Electric Vehicles
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Electric Vehicles (EVs) are the future, and it’s not a concept that is limited to just overseas.

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan also has the vision to introduce affordable EVs for the common man.

From the reports we have seen, we can say openly say that the year 2021 belongs to electric vehicles. There are at least ten vehicles that are expected to be launched in 2021.

We’ve compiled a list of 5 new EVs we want to see next year are very eager to get more juicy details about them.

1. Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla Cybertruck
Credits: Tesla

the Tesla Cybertruck became a worldwide viral hit after founder Elon Musk displayed the on its debut day. But, what people remember from the launch event was how the windows of the truck smashed!

The vehicle was first struck with a sledgehammer in what appeared to be a successful demonstration of its armor body’s strength.

But, that had caused an unseen crack which had subsequently led to the windows smashing when they had been hit with a steel ball.


The automaker already released the specs for the truck. It is going to be available in three options:

  • Single Motor RWD with over 250 miles of range, 3,500 lbs of payload capacity and 7,500 lbs of towing capacity – the starting price of $39,900
  • Dual Motor AWD with over 300 miles of range, 3,500 lbs of payload capacity and 10,000 lbs of towing capacity – the starting price of $49,900
  • Tri-Motor AWD with over 500 miles of range, 3,500 lbs of payload capacity and 14,000 lbs of towing capacity – the starting price of $69,900

Nonetheless, we are still very much intrigued by Musk’s creation and are looking forwards to this GTA inspired ride to launch officially.


Credits: BMW

BMW calls the iNext the ‘Tesla Killer’. Its a small SUV/crossover segment that carries big hopes for the brand.

Specifications and other details are currently not available. However, executives have previously talked about an insane 435-mile range, which now has been revised to 360 miles.

The expected price-tag for this ride will be competitive; we guess it’s starting at about $45,000.

3. Mercedes-Benz EQS

Mercedes Benz EQS
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Mercedes-Benz EQS is being expected to steal some market share from gasoline-powered sedans, which is currently dominated by Model S.

4. VW ID.4

Credits: Volkswagen

Volkswagen confirmed that ID.4 is going to be VW’s first global next-generation EV based on the MEB platform. It will be available globally, including in North America, in 2021.

5. Ford F-150 Electric

Ford F150 Electric
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Last but not least, we are surly-looking forward to the launch of the Ford F-150 electric. For trucks have been legacy as we’ve seen it generation after generation roaming around dominating streets.

Not much is known about the truck at this point, but Ford is aware of the competition, and it is going to have to deliver something competitive with the next vehicle on our list.

Which EV are you looking forward to the most?

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