We recently discussed what the top 2011 electric cars will be, such as the Nissan Leaf, the Coda, Ford Focus eV and many more. However, we have to remember that this technology is still evolving, and so the future EV and Hybrid concepts will offer so much more in the way of economy and performance.
Consumer Guide Automotive has been looking at what we can expect to see over the next few years, and you will be shocked at what is to come. The first car is the 2012 Audi e-tron, which is an all-electric spots vehicle. The looks are truly stunning, but it is its performance that will shock you the most, delivering what you would expect from their V10 R8.
Another model is the Chevy Volt MPV5 from GM. This is the next model planned for the range, and has the looks of a CUV. We still do not know what to call the Volt, as General Motors is adamant that this is not a Hybrid, but some motoring journalists would disagree with that.
One of the most exiting future concepts is the 2014 Porsche 918 Spyder, which will be a plug-in hybrid. How nice is it to have a car that not only looks mean, but will be kinder to our planet as well? Finally we have three successors to the Nissan Leaf, which should be with us over the next few years.
What future electric vehicles and hybrids are you looking forward to the most?